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The Routledge International Handbook of Psychoanalysis and Philosophy

Edited by: Aner Govrin , Tair Caspi

Print publication date:  November  2022
Online publication date:  November  2022

Print ISBN: 9780367276454
eBook ISBN: 9780429297076
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780429297076
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The Routledge International Handbook of Psychoanalysis and Philosophy provides a rich panoramic view of what philosophy offers or disturbs in psychoanalysis and what it represents for psychoanalytic theory and practice. The thirty-three chapters present a broad range of interfaces and reciprocities between various aspects of psychoanalysis and philosophy. It demonstrates the vital connection between the two disciplines: psychoanalysis cannot make any practical sense if it is not entirely perceived within a philosophical context.



Written by a team of world-leading experts, including established scholars, psychoanalysts and emerging talents, the Handbook investigates and discusses the psychoanalytic schools and their philosophical underpinning, as well as contemporary applied topics. Organized into five sections, this volume investigates and discusses how psychoanalysis stands in relation to leading philosophies such as Wittgenstein, Heidegger, Nietzsche, and Kant; philosophical perspectives on psychoanalytic schools such as Freud, Klein, Bion, Kohut, and Lacan; how psychoanalysis addresses controversial topics in philosophy such as truth, language and symbolism, ethics, and theories of mind. The last section addresses contemporary applied subjects in psychoanalytic thought: colonialism, gender, race, and ecology.



This Handbook offers a novel and comprehensive outlook vital for scholars, philosophers, practicing psychoanalysts and therapists alike. The book will serve as a source for courses in psychoanalysis, philosophy of science, epistemology, ethics, semiotics, cognitive science, consciousness, gender, race, post-colonialism theories, clinical theory, Freud's studies, both in universities and psychoanalytic training programs and institutes.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Freud's Theory of Freedom Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Hegel's Contributions to Psychoanalysis Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Nietzsche, Psychoanalysis, Nihilism Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Psychoanalysis Finds a Home Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Bridging Philosophy and Psychoanalysis Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Wittgenstein Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Freud and the Legacy of Sensory Physiology Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Trauma and Language  Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Freud and the Unconscious Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The Foundations of the Psychoanalytic Theories of Freud, Klein and Bion Compared Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Fairbairn's “Psychology of Dynamic Structure” and Philosophy Download PDF
Chapter  12:  From Freud to Winnicott Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Kohut's Self Psychology, Ethics, and Modern Society Download PDF
Chapter  14:  What is Intersubjectivity Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Subject and Subjecthood Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Is Jung a Philosopher of Religion as Well as a Psychologist of Religion? Download PDF
Chapter  17:  The Anxieties of Truth in Psychoanalytic and Philosophic Thought Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Truth and Psychoanalysis Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Metaphors and the Question of Truth in Psychoanalytic Language Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Facts and Sensibilities Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Psychoanalytic Evidence Download PDF
Chapter  22:  The Psychoanalytic das Ich  Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Subjectivity in Philosophy, Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Psychoanalysis, Self-Deception, and the Problem of Teleology Download PDF
Chapter  25:  A-Rationality Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Intersubjectivity and Responsibility in Relational Psychoanalysis and Modern Jewish Philosophy Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Ethics of Discontent Download PDF
Chapter  28:  What Can Psychoanalysis Tell Us About Cyberspace? Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Psychoanalysis, Race and Colonialism Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Narcissism in Religion  Download PDF
Chapter  31:  The Missing Signifier and a Malfunctioning Paternal Law Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Ecopsychoanalysis and Climate Psychology Download PDF
Chapter  33:  The Evolution of Psychoanalytic Thinking About Aesthetics Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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