Bion, Intuition and the Expansion of Psychoanalytic Theory illuminates how Bion’s work on intuition has changed the landscape of contemporary psychoanalysis through his understanding of its supra-scientific and non-sub-scientific condition.
Based on the work of the biannual Bion conference, this book includes contributions from the most eminent voices on Bion’s work. The global cohort of contributors in this volume examine topics such as dream work, the Infinite Unconscious, the Spectral model of the mind, the realm of the minus and observation and intuition. Each chapter explores different elements arising from Bion’s insistence on learning from experience and establishing the difference between knowing and becoming as an experiential process of the mind as a container in relation to its contents of sensations, feelings, dreams and thoughts.
This book will be of key interest to analysts and analytic therapists of all schools and is an essential resource for those that follow the work of Bion.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part |95 pages
part 1|29 pages
Intuition … beyond
part 2|35 pages
Wanderer there is no path … the path is made by walking
chapter Chapter 4|15 pages
Intuition in a spectral model of the mind
part 3|27 pages
Intuition … a matter of two
chapter Chapter 9|10 pages
A thought without a thinker: intuition, negative capability, and psychoanalytic function of the personality
part |63 pages