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General Index (p. 760)

General Index (p. 760)

abduction383
accessibility conditions550
accountability11, 354, 452, 454
acknowledgement326, 352, 437, 453, 680, 741
versus accounting434, 436
adaptation184, 191, 378, 641, 646n.10, 653, 668
adolescence186, 638, 640, 653–4, see also children, infants
adulthood66, 84, 112, 140, 150, 156, 229, 249, 271, 358–9, 640, 650, 654, 691, 705
aesthetic
analysis162
appreciation282, 473, 491
approach165, 169
attitude481
experience292, 474n.1
form504
ideals101
investigation162
model167, 168, 174–5, 176n.3
pleasure495, 504
representation of events499
sensibility473
solution33
valuation445
aesthetics6, 17, 63n.2, 122, 164, 167, 363, 473–5, 478, 480–1, 492n.15, 515
aetiology100, 186, 217, 292, 350, 358–60, 411, 451, 721
affection242, 538, 603–4, 638, 643, 645, 740, see also love
affective
aspects of mind300
capacities497
cognitive interaction269
communication260
difficulties86
disorder71
dispositions218, 318
domain441
impotence of cognitions35
language318
life/lives143, 443
load/loading387, 465, 682
nature134
neuroscience266n.15, 268–9, 377
processes416, 641
relations/relationship156, 300, 550
response3, 51
schemas256n.1
self-manifestation33
sensation310
sensory fusion519
states123, 417, 498
systems265
see also emotions
affectivity4, 498, 545
agency4–5, 26, 37nn.11–12, 121, 125, 145, 293, 298n.17, 299, 325–6, 438, 575, 581, 587, 665, 680, 702, 715, 718–19, 737–8, 741
agents9n.3, 15, 25, 267, 282–3, 325, 381, 383–4, 387, 452, 537, 547, 646, 679
aggression143, 226n.5, 270, 397, 573, 591, 598, 604, 648, 653, 665–6, 678, 692–3, 695, 697, 713, 715, 728, 731, 734–5, 744, 747
aggressive
feelings247, 688
form of pacifism666, 746
inner conflict447
nation states675
Oedipal constellation599
retribution695
wishes358
agnosia440
agriculture638, 647
alexithymia357
aliefs318 (p. 761)
alienation13, 55, 183, 187, 192, 193n.42, 211, 227, 299, 315n.9, 392, 573, 607
from reality382, 384, 392
alpha function257, 365, 693
altruism628n.9
ambiguity174–5
in wish-fulfilment292
of consciousness141, 465, 468
of pre-reflective life144
of psychoanalysis42
of the body460, 462, 468
ambiguous perception465
American psychoanalysis38, 56, 351, 413, 534, 668, 679
American Psychoanalytic Association354n.3, 361
American Psychological Association356
amorality9, 596, 599, 601, 605, 609
amygdala387, 393–4, 398
analytic/analytical
detachment548
dialogue55, 424n.10
sensibility441, 446
stance231
third418n.5, 420
see also clinical
analytic philosophy/philosophers378n.4, 477–9, 492, 514, 521, 542, 549
of religion548
of science422
animals3, 25, 54, 88n.16, 93, 100, 123, 135, 140, 259, 337, 366, 648, 654, 701, 736
annihilation117, 519, 652, 690
anthropology2, 6, 11, 24, 84–6, 89–91, 99, 102, 151, 210, 349, 351, 409, 492n.15, 593
anthropomorphism487
anti-Semitism663, 670, 734
apartheid630, 681
aporia31–2, 39n.16, 206
apparatus theory516, 522, 527
appearance33, 140, 147, 221, 234, 319, 321, 485–9, 676
appearance–reality distinction223–4, 227, 229
apperception224
appresentation458
archaeological model711
archaeology210–12, 282n.4, 490, 647
of belief544, 547–8
archetypes192, 523n.18, 538, 541, 542, 543
art86, 110, 119, 122, 191, 218, 282, 285–6, 293, 434–6, 445, 453, 473, 475, 477, 479, 483, 486–9, 491–2, 495, 515–16, 518, 521, 547, 561, 624n.8, 633
as a cultural practice480
critics/criticism474, 478, 480, 489, 495
forms481, 513n.1
institutional theory480–1
object517
artistic
activities109, 111, 540
conventions475
creation118, 282, 300, 517
creativity118, 473–4, 487
drives112
experience542
expression115, 486–8, 492
process479
artistry25, 434–5, 453
arts4, 117, 230, 499, 515, 558
artworks122, 427, 474–5, 478–81, 485, 487–90, 492, 495, 509, 677
asceticism125, 591, 629
assent35, 148n.4, 162–5, 167, 174
associationism11
astrology160, 365, 442 (p. 762)
atheism204, 557, 563, 571
attachment5, 91, 265, 300, 366, 377n.1, 389, 392, 399, 498, 596, 644, 648–51, 711, 740
theory11, 256, 258n.4, 267, 351, 367, 377, 381n.10, 385–6, 389, 417n.4, 497, 642, 689
Aufhebung579
authoritarian
conscience630
personality136, 186
rule/rulers668, 743, 747
society671–3
authoritarianism186, 415
authority136, 188–9, 191, 340, 467, 479, 489, 542, 553–4, 559, 584, 591, 604, 665, 671, 683, 727, 736, 747
autism388n.19, 698
autistic
infants388n.19
states690, 692, 699
transformations711
avoidance66, 385–6, 449, 461–2, 464, 466, 652
avowal14, 210, 320, 437, 440
awareness31, 64, 114, 121, 142, 144, 165–6, 209, 219, 226, 248, 250, 270–1, 306, 312, 325, 327, 420, 424n.10, 447, 458, 465, 499, 539, 545–7, 602, 643, 645, 653, 667, 680, 699, 702, 717, 719
bad faith40, 134, 460
badness606, 620–1, 644, 688
barbarism608, 674, 677, 731n.1
Bayesian brain259, 379n.8, 380, 381n.9
beauty25, 100n.41, 126, 221–3, 227, 454, 480, 619
Begattungstrieb88
behavioural
data414
disorders652
dispositions318, 413
evidence332, 336, 345
exposure treatments218
habits9
manifestations311
routines318, 641
sciences449
symptoms5, 293
systems of mammals701
underpinnings of belief545
behaviourism5, 181
Being14, 40n.17, 48, 150–1, 155–6, 162, 585
Being-in-the-World152
Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute669
Berlin Psychoanalytic Society663
binding121, 125n.28, 386, 389
biologism154, 180n.3
biology11, 93, 192, 259, 377, 409, 411, 424, 434, 639, 715, 721
bodily
container of the mind389
dysphoria721
ego267, 381
experiences150, 460–1, 464
expression508
imagery/images509, 718
phantasies719
violation573
see also corporeal
body54, 96, 111, 118, 133, 140–3, 148n.4, 149–50, 154, 193, 195, 256n.2, 272, 352, 362, 380–1, 385, 387, 445, 458–60, 465, 468, 519, 546, 559, 573, 575, 577, 578n.12, 582, 639, 643, 647, 653, 692–4, 710, 714–18, 720, 722–3
language459
memory457, 460–2, 464, 466–7
misalignment721
reassignment surgery720n.5
signals644
Bolshevism668
borderline personality disorder359, 387, 392, 497
boundaries41, 56, 207, 324, 388, 461, 626
brain75, 205, 259, 261, 268, 270, 286n.6, 290–1, 351, 378–81, 384, 386, 393–4, 399–400, 449, 458, 545–6, 639–40, 644, 649, 651, 654
behavioural disorders652
dominant model291
generative model383
modes of awareness545
sciences300
stem385
theory459
Brexit/European Referendum664, 704
British psychoanalysis193, 257, 413, 495, 534, 545, 557, 566, 687, 703 (p. 763)
British Psychoanalytical Society482n.5, 483
brotherly love116, 119, 572
capitalism180–1, 187–9, 191–3, 637n.2, 638, 673, 682
care269, 283, 297n.15, 360, 385–6, 390, 601
caregivers498, 596, 638, 639–40, 644, 645, 646–7, 650, 654, 713
Cartesianism40, 378n.4, 458
castration573, 576, 581, 583, 603–4, 716
anxiety84, 688, 692
categorical values124–6, 620, 627
categorization259, 723
cathexis226n.3, 258, 284–5, 382, 386, 445
causal
analysis143
antecedents114
claims162, 166n.1, 693
conditions296
discourses721
effects226, 417, 654
efficacy167, 292n.10
experiences167
explanation35n.5, 39, 135, 162, 174, 282n.4, 350, 420n.7, 451
framework169
laws162, 166
links40, 75, 170–1, 175
model167, 168
perceptions173, 175
powers25
processes412
reality of the mind37
relations165, 289
role170, 282, 291, 395
stories450
structure293–4
censorship39, 121, 224, 251, 261, 378, 459, 727
character disorders282, 297, 621–2, 627
chemistry349, 424, 434, 549, 555
child
analysis217, 242–3, 691
development84, 185, 187, 557, 640, 642, 646, 654, see also developmental
psychology144
childhood66, 93, 112, 115, 150, 169, 223, 232, 243, 249–50, 257, 261, 272, 286, 360, 411, 416, 418, 451, 461, 479, 499–500, 518, 539, 554, 565, 576, 637, 639–40, 642, 645–6, 652, 679, 695
egocentricity10
morality88n.14
neurosis556
sexuality95, 113, 144
Christ541, 584, 740
Christianity116, 118, 119n.17, 124, 204, 535, 540, 543, 583–7, 670
cinema513n.1, 514, 517n.10, 522–3, see also film/films
cinematic
experience516, 522
phantasy523
spectatorship516, 522, 527
citizenship670, 674, 678, 681, 727
civilization97, 102, 181, 191, 193, 489, 621, 630, 651, 654, 664, 670–1, 684
clearing133, 444, 580, 585
clinical
applications257
encounters47, 52–5, 155, 211, 419–22, 711, 719
evidence368–9, 542
experience102, 354, 368, 421, 467, 698
insight74
material225, 231, 245, 292, 297, 299, 308, 327, 354, 361, 407, 411, 599, 712–13, 717, 721
methodology415
methods243
observation144
phenomena271, 298n.17, 326, 411, 416, 420, 700
practice11, 114, 180n.3, 211, 241, 251, 273, 305, 308, 317, 350, 354–6, 361n.4, 408, 411, 421, 665, 667, 676, 687, 698, 700, 709, 720, 722
(p. 764)
procedures320n.16
progress369
psychoanalysis26, 218, 454, 698, 710–11, 722
psychology668
relationship54, 231, 241, 411–13, 415, 421, 717
sessions327, 360, 361, 368, 698, 712
setting47, 52–4, 58n.16, 250, 318, 327, 360, 413, 699–700
technique308n.3, 422n.9, 717
theorizing311
theory11, 217, 219, 269, 350, 451n.11, 665
work145, 241–9, 261, 354–5, 360, 420, 693
clinicians256, 354n.2, 355, 359, 363–4, 723
cogito210, 458, 580
cognition5, 33–4, 256, 265–70, 289, 310, 351, 400n.26, 417, 453, 498, 507, 534, 547, 640–1, 694
versus recognition434, 450
cognitive
apparatus267
approaches to drive activity288n.8
awareness31
behaviour therapy668
capacities288n.8, 505, 509, 654
development503, 640
function694
gain169
insight452, 518, 521
language318
machinery265–6
model of paranoia447
motivation theory266–7
neuroscience259, 267n.16, 399
processes/processing12, 266, 416, 641
psychology5, 259n.5, 266, 300, 351, 367, 408–9, 496, 498, 534, 593, 694
science163, 255–6, 257n.3, 258n.4, 259, 267, 378n.4, 381n.10, 435, 496–8, 514, 542, 640
structures33, 264
tasks38
treatment143
unconscious545
understanding of unconscious processes6
cognitivism in film theory514, 521–3
Collège de France139, 148–9, 152, 550n.16
Columbia University Psychoanalytic Institute355
common-sense psychology282n.4, 289, 296, 299n.18, 300
communication233, 260, 265n.13, 270–1, 323, 423, 425, 467, 600n.12, 640, 643, 693, 696, 698, 704–5, 711, 713, 737
communities182–3, 354, 356, 360, 364–5, 369–70, 411, 425, 464, 518, 520n.13, 558, 638, 640, 644, 646–51, 653, 670, 682, 727, 730, 733, 743–5
of inquirers423, 425
compassion597–8, 640, 649–51
comportments435
compulsion109–10, 218, 230–1, 296, 387, 467, 572, 600, 675, 732, 736
computational
complexity260, 380, 392
modelling380
neuroscience377, 380
conatus35, 37
condensation70, 227, 258, 263, 286–8, 295, 427, 518, 688
confirmation bias350, 358, 360, 442
connectionism259n.5
conscience7, 24, 116n.13, 195n.47, 554, 584, 591, 595–610, 630, 736, 740–2
conscious
acts/actions69, 190, 227, 438n.4
agency293, 383
aims88, 323
apprehension114, 116
attitudes219, 318, 325, 344
awareness114, 226, 270–1, 546–7, 643
beliefs307, 309, 313, 315, 318–20, 325–6, 547
deliberation6, 293, 545
desires270, 343
(p. 765)
equation with psychical78
experiences145, 164, 287, 290–1, 310, 317, 378, 384, 395, 421, 426, 460
expressions331, 335, 339–43
fantasies236, 321
intentions437, 453, 457, 475, 723
interpretation428
mental acts74, 293n.12
mental life30–2
mental states69, 314, 331–2, 336–8, 343–5, 378, 409
mind24, 71
motives292–3
perspective317–18, 326
phantasies282
processes263–4, 417
psyche206
reflection30, 306, 313, 664, 732
subject121, 125, 307, 312, 316, 325, 384, 458, 541, 573
thinking/thoughts224, 237, 258, 306, 312, 315–17, 325
understanding233
unity of the psyche39
will294
see also self-conscious
constructivism407–8, 414–22, 424–6, 427n.11, 428
container257, 389, 445, 459, 474, 696
container–contained248, 474, 689, 693, 705, 711
containment272, 392, 475, 505n.8, 665, 689, 693, 700, 705, 731n.1
convergence148n.4, 172, 174–5, 424n.10, 551, 577
conversations15, 45, 77, 78n.9, 167–8, 170, 176, 221, 427, 495, 505, 510, 712
copulation24, 64, 88, 111
corporeal
consciousness149
force718, 721
corporeality149, 446, see also intercorporeality
cortex383n.11, 384–6, 387n.16, 398, 646, 650
countertransference59, 249, 413, 696, 713, 719, 722, see also transference
courage5, 126n.31, 186, 204, 223, 592, 617, 619, 624–9
critical
agency737–8, 741
faculty167–8, 727, 735–9, 741–2, 747
theory11, 179, 181, 183, 186, 187, 671
cruelty397, 665, 729, 737–9
cultural
evolution744
forces196
mythology517
narratives451, 637, 639n.4
norms709
pathologies595
resources630
theories720–2
tradition480
cultures4, 115, 118n.16, 370, 637, 678, 691–2, 700, 715
curiosity110, 462, 492, 522–3, 692, 694–5, 697–8, 701–2
cynicism/cynics190, 596, 599, 644
Darwinism176n.3, 377–8
and attachment theory267
Dasein99nn.34, 36, 133, 585
Daseinanalytic approaches136
daydreams/daydreaming218, 228, 236, 270, 283, 293n.12, 309–11, 495, see also dreams/dreaming (p. 766)
death49–51, 126n.31, 191, 223, 236, 247, 287, 289, 317, 386n.15, 396–8, 506, 508, 520, 538, 581, 586, 672, 697
instinct68, 193, 207, 248, 265, 698, 731
penalty665, 739
wish366, 602
deities549, 554, 580, 582
deliberation6, 15, 293, 295, 306, 313, 326–8, 422, 545, 651, 737
Delphic command1–2, 8–10, 13
delusion24, 73, 91–2, 101, 218, 282, 284, 286n.6, 292, 300, 314, 447–8, 555, 557–8, 563–4, 566, 623, 721
democracy483n.7, 584, 630, 667, 680, 704–5, 730, 740
democratization745, 747
denial66n.6, 170, 247, 297n.15, 440, 508, 559, 584, 623, 638, 652, 700
dependency26, 357, 450, 533, 539, 678, 690, 692, 701–2, 746
depersonalization596, 598, 604–5, 607, 611
depression229, 392, 394, 397, 399, 504, 652, 677, 701
depressive
anxiety509, 688–9, 691, 695–6, 698
guilt597n.6
position122, 387–8, 391, 474–5, 480, 625, 688–9, 693, 695
destruction193, 674, 678, see also self-destruction
developmental
crises520n.11
deficits300
difficulties689
ideal620
inhibitions698
niche638–40, 645, 648
origins of psychopathologies350
processes57, 321, 559, 646
psychology11, 367, 417n.4, 542, 593
significance of beauty454
stages474
systems638, 646, 650, 653
theories84, 359
trajectory318, 627–8, 631–2
devotion286, 292, 300, 540, 562, 580, 600–1, 610
dialectics/dialectical7, 26, 46, 49, 51, 55–6, 57n.15, 58n.17, 142, 192n.39, 193–4, 196, 206–14, 385–6, 418, 433, 435, 443, 445, 453–4, 577n.10, 579, 669
conception of selfhood25
constructivism418
of consciousness54
of desire211
of enlightenment196–7
of master and slave47
versus dogmatics433
dignity3–4, 575
disavowal139, 309n.4, 440, 697
disease281, 619, 622
dis-ease717
disidentification245n.1, 738, 742
disinhibition736–8
disintegration25, 118, 119n.17, 120, 122, 690, 695–6
displacement70, 258, 286–7, 463
distress75, 114, 121, 123, 385, 391–2, 448, 452, 539, 591, 609, 639, 691, 700–1, 714, 721, 723
distrust12, 183, 191, 600, 603, 608, 645, 649, 652–3, 730
divinities574, 581–2, 585–6
doctor–patient relationship241–2
dogma223, 542, 559, 587
dogmatics433
domination58–9, 194–6, 673, 703
dopamine262, 384n.13, 394
Doxastic Principle327 (p. 767)
dream-work70, 101n.44, 260–2, 285–8, 517–18
drive theory77, 192, 218, 263, 265–70, 288n.8, 410–11, 458, 599, 669, 731
dualism191, 273, 410, 458–60, 728
duality39, 50, 747
duplicity
of consciousness465, 468
of intentions464
of presence460
dysfunction592, 620
ecology645–6
economics183n.16, 206, 211–12, 424, 542
ego41, 67, 70–1, 107, 116n.13, 121–3, 154, 187, 193–5, 206, 212, 219, 228, 232–3, 245, 247–8, 264, 271, 289n.9, 297–9, 324n.18, 381–2, 384, 387, 397, 445, 452n.12, 458–60, 508, 535, 554, 573, 592, 597, 604, 611, 621, 630, 669, 677, 727, 737–9, 741, 746, 747
defence522
deficit246
development264
functioning246, 367
generative model397
ideal591, 596, 605, 607, 740
processes122, 258
psychology56, 183, 194, 246, 267, 310, 364, 367, 445, 667
relation to the external world24, 73
strength190
egocentricity10, 601
eliminativism39
elitism745
embodiment76, 141, 143, 256, 259, 395, 398, 400n.26, 458, 461, 468, 545, 547, 595, 639, 641, 649, 716
empathy358–9, 362, 504, 593, 609, 649–50, 653
empiricism68, 154, 165, 693
endogenous
forces413
stimuli66, 285, 381
energetics205–6, 210, 285, 288, 381
engagement ethic649–51
engram complexes393–4, 398–9
engrossment271, 283, 286n.6, 291
engulfment445, 652
Enlightenment67, 196, 324n.18, 545
envy5, 84, 118, 307n.2, 566, 592, 600, 603, 608, 610, 665, 676–7, 688, 690, 698, 701, 719–20, 739–40
epidemiology622
epiphenomena3–4, 292
epistemology38, 39n.16, 206, 363, 381n.9, 407, 413, 415, 423, 425, 435, 480, 520n.13, 534, 548–9, 593
epistemophilic instinct687, 692, 695–6, 700–2, 705
erogenous zones66n.6, 95–6, 193
Eros41, 76, 86n.7, 102, 115n.11, 120–1, 122n.26, 125n.28, 185, 191, 193, 195, 207, 599, 600n.12, 630, 665, 671, 675, 728, 731, 734–5, 737–8, 745
erotic5, 111, 113–15, 156, 184n.19, 242, 542, 625, 672, 732
eroticization193, 718
erotogenic zones599
essentialism516, 522
ethics2, 6, 17, 30, 34–5, 37–8, 63n.2, 134, 164, 481, 492n.15, 591–3, 595–6, 597n.9, 598, 611–12, 617–20, 627–9, 631–2, 652, 679, see also morality
ethnogenetic theory646, 648
evolution176n.3, 256n.2, 260n.7, 377, 381n.9, 505, 546–7, 582, 593, 637, 639, 666, 744–6, see also Darwinism
evolved developmental niche593, 637–40, 645, 648
existential
analysis145, 152
attitude145
crisis51
difficulties612
engagement2
escapism520
life4
longing540
orientations611
phenomenology11, 135
philosophy204
psychoanalysis152
questions442
unconscious152
existentials152–3
experience of satisfaction68, 96, 284–7, 288n.8, 289–91, 299, 382, 482
explanation versus understanding434, 446
externalization50, 652, 713, 737, 740, 742
externalizing bias448–9
Fabian Society483n.7
fallibilism414
falsehood37, 321–2, 325, 609
falsity10, 124, 229, 314, 315n.9, 322, 444, 539, 544, 557, 563
family540, 668, 740n.10
fascism136, 181, 186, 189–90, 196, 672, 704, 730, 744
female90, 119n.17, 721
association with nature716
body715
equals723
genitalia722
Oedipal complex722
oppositions720
parental function697
principle of gratification192
psychology709
feminine87, 525, 576, 665, 719–20, 722–3
character187
jouissance571, 583–4
logic584–5
psychic identities716
subject583
feminism17, 525n.23, 527, 668, 710, 714, 716, 721
fetishism187, 188, 309n.4, 583
fetishization of truth125
field forces461–2, 464
fight–flight647, 690, 692, 701
film/films475, 495n.2, 513–17, 519, 521–3, 527, see also cinema
first-person
authority340
awareness of beliefs327
awareness of emotions325
perspective320, 324
position319
relation to belief325
self-attribution327
standpoint306, 314, 326
fixations122, 465, 468, 480, 519
follow-back data358–60
forgetting358, 360, 463, 649
Fortpflanzungstrieb88–9, 98n.34
fragmentation247, 255, 273, 305, 317, 545, 677, 695–6
Frankfurt Psychoanalytic Institute182
Frankfurt School134, 136, 179–84, 186n.22, 189n.28, 191, 196, 663
free association17, 23, 71, 166–8, 170–4, 176, 358, 378, 379n.5, 395, 399, 624n.6
free energy259, 289–91, 351, 377–82, 389
free indirect discourse496, 501–3, 507
free will38, 119n.19, 652
freedom34, 37n.9, 49–51, 59, 117, 125, 167, 179, 187, 192–5, 224–5, 231, 233, 365, 559, 586, 597, 605, 607, 621–3, 625, 627, 632, 667, 671, 673, 692, 713, 715, 722, 728
Freud Museum88nn.12, 14
Freud Wars17
Freudian
concepts357, 381, 426, 538n.1
corpus54, 486
diagnosis539
doctrine73, 107, 286
economics212
epistemology39n.16, 206
insights into art191n.34
legacy56
model112, 116, 292
orthodoxy180, 573
outlook542
past255
practice408, 414
principles624
revolution537
slips459, 463
sources of desire719
systematization53
themes135
unconscious139, 140, 142–3, 145, 147, 149, 152, 154–5, 596
view of the baby58
Freudian Broad theory218, 263, 270–2, 288n.7
Freudian Left181
Freudian Narrow theory263,