This wonderful book could have been entitled, The (Incipient) Phenomenology of Creatively Reading (Analytic) Texts or The (Incipient) Phenomenology of Reading (Analytic) Texts Creatively . In this text, Ogden throws a refreshingly new light on pivotal articles by key contributors to contemporary psychoanalysis: Sigmund Freud, Susan Isaacs, W. R. D. Fairbairn, Donald Winnicott, Wilfred Bion, Hans Loewald, and Harold Searles. Here is how the book is introduced by the publisher: This book is not simply a book of readings, it is a book about reading, about how read in a way that reader actively rewrite what they are reading, and in so doing make the ideas truly their own. The concepts that Ogden develops in his readings provide a significant step in the reader’s expansion of his or her understanding of many of the ideas that lie at the cutting edge of contemporary psychoanalysis. Ogden truly delivers on this promissory note. He writes in his introduction to the book that he will try not to write “about” his experience of reading these seminal works, but “ to write my experience of reading them: to write what I have let these papers and books do to me. . .
Journal of Phenomenological Psychology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2012
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