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|PSYCHIATRY PSYCHOANALYSIS A psychiatrist is a person who will listen to |
you as long as you don't make sense. Psychiatry is a blessing: in the past ...
PSYCHOANALYSIS Psychoanalysis is confession without absolution. —
Chesterton A ...
|1918) British novelist Psychoanalysis Psychoanalysis is confession without |
absolution. G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936) British author Psychoanalysis is the
probing of mind by mind; confession is the communion of conscience and God.
|182 PSYCHOANALYSIS (AKA "THE TALKING CURE") I suspect that our own |
faith in psychiatry will seem as touch- ingly quaint to the future as our
grandparents' belief in ... Germaine Greer Psychoanalysis is confession without
|Anybody may propose to establish coercive Eugenics; or enforce psychoanalysis|
—that is, enforce confession without absolution. And I confess I cannot connect
this feature with the genuine democratic spirit of the mass. I can only suggest, ...
|Forgiveness, however, cannot be received in the abstract; each sin must be |
confessed and atoned for separately. "It does not seem to suffice to make a
general confession and to receive general absolution; patients want to see all the
|In so far as psychoanalysis might be of any real use, it could not be replaced, in |
its function, by confession; ... More importantly still, psychoanalysis connoted no
such aspect as sacramental absolution, supernatural contrition, moral
|An issue of the journal entitled 'Psychoanalysis and the Moral Conscience' |
devoted to these questions reaches the following conclusions: the discoveries of
psychoanalysis do not upset Christian thinking about the moral conscience (Fr. T.
); ethics can learn from further study ... This is neither a moral assessment of his
views nor a condemnation or an ironic absolution, but a technical value-
judgement. ... Confession is obviously not to Religious Dogma and
Psychoanalytic Principles 263.
|down in its force and displaced in its locus— resistance not only comprehended |
and communicated in its intelligibility, but transformed, transposed, transfigured.
... for example, confession: This no doubt is where it ceases to be possible to
state psychotherapeu- tic activity in formulas. ... as a teacher, as the
representative of a freer or superior view of the world, as a father confessor who
gives absolution, ...
|Crises of Witnessing in Literature, Psychoanalysis and History Shoshana Felman|
, Dori Laub. The Impossible Confession How can one belatedly confess to such a
history without engaging, once again, in a deluded and deluding (
pseudowitnessing, ... [AR, 290] In pointingoutthe lieinherent in anyconfession,
aswell as the demand for absolution that every confession necessarily implies,32
de Man's ...
|Under a kind of speech act theory, it was held that the sacrament itself conferred |
forgiveness, and not the sinner's contrition alone. ... or performative, having
operative power in themselves.11 In the performative quality of confession and
absolution, we grasp the continuing power, and problematic, of confession: it ...
Psychoanalysis of course will reiterate the model, and will 95 CONFESSION,