They talked for thirteen hours straight. Anyway, the book is amazing. Since Spielrein provided the two men with inspiration on so many levels, Kerr argues, persuasively, that no history of the psychoanalytic movement can be complete that fails to take her fully into account. Women and Carl Jung: Sabina Spielrein. Talvez por estar falando de forma obscura; talvez por reclamar demais; talvez por falar de forma muito pessoal.
However, after Jung refuses to leave his wife for her, Spielrein decides to go to Vienna. Jewish Woman: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia. It is believed that these relations turned out to be some kind of a catalyst that speeded up the breakup of relations between the pupil and the teacher. While I am impressed by Kerr's devotion to accuracy, I was too overwhelmed to finish the book. Pak mě ale napadlo: Mé nevědomí možná utváří osobnost, která není já, která však naléhavě usiluje o vyjádření.
As Jung himself has correctly commented, put two saints with two different virtues benevolent vs. Her maternal grandfather and great-grandfather were rabbis who had arranged Emilia's marriage to her Jewish husband. She came from a rich and influential Russian Jewish family, and her case was given to the young Carl Jung. Kerr is clever and thorough, ingenious and reasonable. Spielrein and the other women who were under the care of Mr.
He uses and as part of his approach to psychoanalysis, and finds that Spielrein's condition was triggered by the humiliation and sexual arousal she felt as a child when her father spanked her naked. In the great race between Freud and Jung to systematize psychoanalytic theory, to codify it once and for all, a simpler truth was lost sight of: Sometimes a person is not heard because she is not listened to. I came at this book from the wrong direction. Kerr has no information about her later career, but at some point she returned to her home town of Rostov-on-Don, for she was murdered there in a synagogue by the Germans, who occupied the town in 1941. Spielrein also sought help from Freud, initially requesting a consultation with him in 1909, but Freud declined due to his discussions with Jung about his relationship with Spielrein. Excellent history of psychiatry, Dangerously amazing! They must care, the analyst for the client, the client for him or herself.
She, being much his junior and having no such obligations, would appear to be less at fault, but still was culpable for threatening his marriage. The simplest of explanations is that the super-ego is your conscious — all that is critical, moral, ethical and just. Some of his discussions of the serpent- windings of psychoanalytic theory are oppressively involved, and there are tensions between his scholarly precisions and the verve devices of his story-telling, but his overall picture is convincing and in many ways highly surprising. Spielrein was so idealistic and foolish, it is occasionally really painful just reading about it. The film premiered at the and was also featured at the. With the narrative power and emotional impact of great tragedy, A Dangerous Method is impossible to put down.
You can learn more about. I was fascinated and horrified as he tells their stories. It was he and his distinguished Swiss colleague Bleuler 'who put Freud on the scientific map, not the other way round'. I would be in Jung's situation and the moral consequences of a lapse in such a future circumstance would be unconscienceable. It is not the book of the film. The author is knowledgeable to an almost frightening degree, and the background he provides on both Jung an I'm not sure exactly how to review this book.
This book is unexpectedly funny, I find myself cracking up quite often. Many of the author's premises stretched and then broke the bounds of believability, such as Spielrein being the No big surprise that the book is more tame than the movie. Sommige patiënten zullen wellicht baat hebben gehad bij alle aandacht en het blijkt dat verschillende Soms wel boeiend maar na het lezen van dit boek is het overheersende gevoel toch dat zowel Freud als Jung onvolwassen en egocentrische mannen waren die voornamelijk bezig waren met zichzelf. I was also incredibly intrigued by Spielrein's role and subsequent professional life having known each man so personally on professional and intimate levels. This book is not for the casual reader. It does assume some knowledge of the subject, but is suitable for the interested layman. He also questions the Jung's ethics; the affair with Spielrein was not only a violation of the code of ethics between a therapist and their patient, but was also taking advantage of a mentally unstable young woman.
Freud, two decades older than Jung, probably repeated the configuration with the disappointed woman in his heart, but did not or could not act on it, sexually speaking, and actually served her in the sense of initially promoting her own career in psychiatry. Kdyby člověk o problematice zhola nic nevěděl, jen stěží by knihu Pěkná kniha, které nemohu dát všech pět hvězdiček, protože mne zprvu zklamala. Je krijgt niet het gevoel dat het helpen van de lijdende mens erg belangrijk is voor hen. To those who came, like I did, for Freud and Jung, I'd suggest them to read Freudian and Jungian writings on their own. The rest, as they say, is history.
Instead, it read like a 500+ page essay written in psych jargon. It was and remains a damning comment on how psychoanalysis was evolving that so unfair a rhetorical maneuver, one so at odds with the essential genius of the new therapeutic method, came so easily to hand. But, obviously, if I as a therapist became sexually involved with a client, then matters would become serious. Yes, Jung was an intellectual himself, and an aristocratic Swiss Protestant too his wealthy lifestyle thanks to his wife. I feel like I needed more info on Freud and Jung's theories so that I could see how they differed later in their relationship. Jung takes her case and decides to try something different than the usual treatments of the day such as having the patient submerged in a cold bath or bloodletting.
There is, however, a great deal of two people talking on screen. But it was their egos that really got in the way of their greatness. I liked the movie but don't let it influence whether you decided to read this book. Sometimes he remembers that these are only his opinions and sometimes not! She meets Freud, and says that although she sides with him, she believes he and Jung need to reconcile for psychoanalysis to continue to develop. Meanwhile, were I to continue to practice, I would be encountering this kind of temptation again and again in the transference. . E, talvez, Spielrein pudesse ser incluída nos três casos.