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From Classical to Contemporary Psychoanalysis
A Critique and Integration
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"As this superb text moves the reader from classical to contemporary psychoanalysis, Eagle's scholarly voice displays his mastery of the history of psychoanalysis. It is a real tour d'horizon for the education of students and teachers alike. This book fulfills the task of true enlightenment about the psychoanalytic intellectual and emotional adventure." - Professor Dr. Horst Kachele, International Psychoanalytic University, Berlin "Eagle's book is a masterpiece of conceptual integration. It is simply the best guide to the development of modern psychoanalytic thinking available to students and practitioners. Its measured criticism of classical and novel approaches provides a description of the evolution of Freud's science that is in places challenging, in all respects balanced, and ultimately highly entertaining. He presents a majestic, grand perspective with a remarkable feat of revelatory scholarship." - Peter Fonagy, Freud Memorial Professor, University College London, UK "This is a long-needed book. It does not present a new approach or 'school' - we have too many books like that already. This is much more ambitious: It presents an overview of Freudian theory vis-a-vis the major schools of contemporary psychoanalysis. For example, four chapters are on contemporary conceptions of mind, object relations, psychopathology, and treatment. Divergences and convergences are discussed in depth, with the clarity of thinking that always characterizes Morris Eagle's writings. His previous book, Recent Developments in Psychoanalysis (1984), became a classic, was translated in several languages, and was used as a textbook in many university courses and training programs. I have no doubt that this new book will also be a point of reference for the entire psychoanalytic community." - Paolo Migone, Editor, Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane "Freudian theory, metaphorically, comprises an exceptionally complex, libido-filled hydraulic system which was detailed in his 23-volume oeuvre. Morris, the master "plumber" extraordinaire, demonstrates a unique talent for presenting a remarkably lucid, largely jargon-free, comprehensive, sympathetic delineation of this system in approximately 100 pages - a stunning tour-de-force! The bulk of this book presents a penetrating, objective examination of how contemporary psychoanalytic theories diverge and converge with classical psychoanalytic theory in conceptions of mind, object relations, psychopathology, and treatment. He then focuses on and explicates the convergence on the importance of the capacity for reflection on the other's mental state, which he integrates with the classical emphasis on self-reflection. All interested in psychoanalysis, on the spectrum of undergraduates to senior analysts, will gain insight and understanding from the scope and perspicacity of this remarkable work." - Joseph Schachter, Columbia University Psychoanalytic Center for Training and Research, USA "Over the years I have come to expect nothing less than brilliantly perceptive and scholarly contributions from Morris Eagle, and this book does not disappoint. As a relationalist, there are points with which I might take issue, but not at all at issue is that the book is essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand deeply the ferment within psychoanalysis and the theoretical options that reside within its borders." - Paul Wachtel, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, CUNY "...captivating and accessible... this work shines a clear and sharp light on the elemental convergences and differences between classical and contemporary psychoanalytic theory and invites the reader to clarify his or her own relationships to recent developments...The section on Freudian theory is invigorating in its clarity. Old, well-worn concepts become alive with the clear air that Eagle brings to his task, enabling the reader to breathe and think along with him... [This] bo
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Morris Eagle, Ph.D., ABPP, FRSC, is Professor Emeritus at the Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University, and is currently Distinguished Educator in Residence at California Lutheran University. He is on the faculty of the New York University Psychoanalytic Institute and the New Center for Psychoanalysis (NCP) in Los Angeles. He has received numerous awards, has presented widely, and is the author of over 150 articles and book chapters as well as 4 books.
Preface. Part I: Freudian Theory. Basic Paradigm of Freudian Theory. Conceptions of Mind in Freudian Theory. Conceptions of Object Relations in Freudian Theory. Conceptions of Psychopathology in Freudian Theory. Conceptions of Treatment in Freudian Theory. Part II: Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theories. Conceptions of Mind in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theories. Conceptions of Object Relations in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theories. Conceptions of Psychopathology in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theories. Conceptions of Treatment in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theories: Therapeutic Goals and Analytic Stance. Conceptions of Treatment in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theories: Therapeutic Action and Ingredients. Part III: Overview and Integration. Divergences and Convergences.