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By P. C. Sandler

ISBN-10: 1780490089

ISBN-13: 9781780490083

During this magisterial paintings, Paulo Sandler keeps to tell apart himself as a superior student at the works of Bion. Already popular for his encyclopedic zeal, this current booklet maintains Sandler's tireless seek of Bion's contributions via this noteworthy medical program of Bion's ideas.

A significant function of Sandler's method of learning Bion has been to contextualize the historical past of Bion's assumptions. In so doing, he investigates cultural and ancient antecedents, particularly together with the philosophical and medical issues of view. From them Sandler selects Romanticism to discover futher: one of the features of Romanticism is mind's eye, at most sensible inventive, but additionally idealization and hyperbole.

Sandler additionally discusses Bion's manner of being "scientific", one amazing element of that's his specified use of theories, which he distinguishes from types.

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Sensuously apprehensible appearances would indicate a happy and successful analysis. A kind of mutual admiration societies may ensue. If one denies the pain involved in the un-loving part-object, one replaces Love with Minus Love. Let us return to Bion’s observations about −K. Applying them to −L, the un-loved object becomes the object of something that is felt as love. The denudation of love 32 A C L I N I CA L A P P L I CAT I O N O F B I O N ’ S C O N C E P T S obtrudes when the process of denudation is seen under the vertex of L (Love).

It is felt “enviously to remove the good and valuable element in the fear of dying and force the worthless residue back into the infant”. Paranoid violence of emotions, of the present, affects the projective processes “so that far more than the fear of dying is projected”. The denudation of meaning obtrudes when the process of denudation is seen under the vertex of K (knowledge). “The seriousness is best conveyed by saying that the will to live, that is necessary before there can be a fear of dying, is a part of the goodness that the envious breast has removed” (quotations from Bion, 1962, pp.

A breast is Breast, an invariant, and a constant of Nature itself. If envy is something that “lay waiting, single-celled, to become malignant” (Bion, 1975, p. 10), the issue of −L being dependent on violent (narcissistic paranoid-schizoid) emotions may be stated in terms of mounting, ever-heightening and raging envious impulses. Love emotions are taken to their utmost consequences. The defusing of life and death instincts is unavoidable, and hate is denied, put into abeyance. In the mind of the beholder, it is felt as if it were extinguished.

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