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By Green, André; Winnicott, Donald Woods; Abram, Jan

Regardless of being one of many finest psychoanalysts operating at the present time, a lot of Green's paintings has till lately been unavailable in English. This paintings goals to rectify this, by means of gathering jointly 5 lectures given to the Squiggle starting place in London. This available and obviously written publication presents a special creation to Green's paintings and its relation to the paintings of D.W. Winnicott, as promoted by means of the Squiggle  Read more...

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They are indispensable for the relationship to function-such as, for instance, free-floating attention, or neutrality. In themselves, they do not influence the situation, but they are absolutely necessary for the development of the relationship. The analytic relationship will lead to the awareness of the experience of the non-ego. The important thing is to be aware that there are two kinds of non-ego. Using Winnicott's terms, we can speak of the conscious not-me and the unconscious not-me. We experience the latter when a patient responds to an interpretation with, "Oh that's not what I meant, well, I didn't want to mean that.

Here the main outcome could be the awareness of the Other as similar. It is not enough to say-as it is sometimes written-that the Other gives meaning to the messages sent to him, without having the possibility of clearly knowing what the contents of these messages are. One should say, instead, that it is my own meaning that I perceive in the object because even if I can feel, I can only perceive through the Other. The implication here is that the Other is perceived of as giving clues as to the elaboration of his own internal movement connected with the baby.

In fact, this is a very theoretical and abstract assessment, which is all based on psychoanalytic experience. What we know from the patient is a response to what we have put into the patient, perhaps in an obscure way that we must decipher. It does not mean that all we know about is what we have put in the patient beforehand, but at least a part of it is, because the relationship there is to what I would call a similar Other and takes form during the process of exchange. We speak of the self and Other, and this is an adequate opposition, but I think that the true opposition is the relationship to the similar Other, l'autre semblable; the object is different and distinct, although it is similar.

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