ヴァーチャル・リアリティの時代の精神分析:会議録<br>Challenges of Psychoanalysis in the 21st Century : Psychoanalysis, Health, and Psychosexuality in the Era of Virtual Reality

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ヴァーチャル・リアリティの時代の精神分析:会議録
Challenges of Psychoanalysis in the 21st Century : Psychoanalysis, Health, and Psychosexuality in the Era of Virtual Reality

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 190 p.
  • 言語 ENG
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During discussion of psychoanalysis and virtual reality in the new millennium, it was predicted that in the next century the differences between the conscious, unconscious, and the pre-conscious will have to be reconsidered in view of the ever-expanding concepts created by virtual reality. There will be virtual sexual acts over the Internet, ovum parthenogenesis will be possible without the intervention of the male, and clonic reproduction of the human being will be carried out in the laboratory. The child born in these circumstances will relate to a widening array of potential parental figures: the classic heterosexual couple, the single-parent family, the homosexual couple, the transsexual figure, etc. All this will of course alter the classic Oedipal constellation and without doubt the gender identity of the child. There will be attempts to undergo psychoanalysis via the Internet in the same way that other kinds of psychotherapy are being virtualized. But this will force us to redefine transference. On the other hand, it seems likely that psychoanalysis as a psychotherapeutic tool will, in the 21st century, relate more to somatic, medical patients or to the `worried well' than to psychiatric patients. These brief considerations on the scope of our deliberations in some way explain the diversity of this book, but also justify its interest.

Table of Contents

I. PSYCHOANALYSIS AND VIRTUAL REALITY
Some Questions on Virtual Reality and 1 (4)
Psychoanalysis
Jorge Canestri
External Reality and Virtual Reality 5 (4)
Sara Zac de Filc
Psychoanalysis and the New Technologies 9 (8)
Mauricio Gitnacht
A Psychoanalyst: Between an Excess of the 17 (6)
Virtual and an Excess of Realism
Jean-Michel Quinodoz
Castration, an Illusory Virtual Reality 23 (16)
Olivier Flournoy
II. PSYCHOSEXUALITY
From S. Freud to J. Bowlby: Infantile 39 (6)
Sexuality; Is it Still a Scandalous Subject?
Bernard Golse
New Psychoanalytic Views on Bisexuality 45 (10)
Didier Houzel
Psychosexuality and Borderline Disorders 55 (6)
Alicia Schteingart-Gitnacht
Narcissism and Society 61 (6)
Juan Manzano
III. PSYCHOANALYSIS AND HEALTH
Psychoanalysis and Health 67 (6)
Robert Michels
From Medicine to Psychoanalysis and 73 (10)
Psychosomatics: Psyche and Soma
Marilia Aisenstein
Psychoanalysis and Primary Health Care: Our 83 (18)
Participation as Psychoanalysts in a
Long-overdue Change in the Health Services
Jorge L. Tizon
Training General Practitioners in the 101(10)
Psychoanalytical Aspects of Mental Health:
Considering the Situation in Switzerland
Jose Guimon
IV. PSYCHOANALYSIS IN PSYCHIATRY
Who and What is Psychoanalysis For Today? 111(6)
Andre Naynal
Georges Abraham
Antonio Andreoli
Francois Ladame
Thierry de Saussure
Elsa Schmid-Kitsikis
Daniel Stern
The Paradoxes of Seeking `Psychoanalytic' 117(6)
Help for Private Matters in Public Places
Brian Martindale
A Psychoanalytic Perspective on the Future of 123(10)
Mental Health: Current Challenges
Claudio Laks Eizirik
Scope and Limitations of Psychoanalysis in 133(16)
Clinical Psychiatry
Jose Guimon
Does Child Psychoanalysis Exist? 149(2)
Bertrand Cramer
Early Disorders in Young Children: The 151(6)
Psychoanalysis of Future Adults
Francisco Palacio Espasa
The Outcome of Psychoanalysis: The Work of 157(22)
the Anna Freud Centre
Peter Fonagy
Mary Target
Vestiges of Childhood and Adult Psychoanalysis 179(6)
Florence Quartier-Frings
V. CONCLUSION
Concluding Remarks 185(2)
Nicos Nicolaidis
Index 187