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Matte-Blanco, I. (1988). Thinking, Feeling, and Being: Clinical Reflections on the Fundamental Antinomy of Human Beings and World. New Library of Psychoanalysis, 5:1-336. London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge.

(1988). New Library of Psychoanalysis, 5:1-336. London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge.

Thinking, Feeling, and Being: Clinical Reflections on the Fundamental Antinomy of Human Beings and World

Ignacio Matte-Blanco

Contents

Part One: The Subject 1
1. An Introduction to Matte-Blanco's Reformulation of the Freudian Unconscious and his Conceptualization of the Internal World 2
2. Bi-Logical Structures, the Unconscious, and the Mathematical Infinite 43
3. The Fundamental Antinomy of Human Beings and World 70
Part Two: Projection, Introjection, and Internal World 101
4. Freud's Concept of Projection in the Light of the Three Logics 103
5. Identification and Projection 120
6. The Notion of Internal World: Problems and Hopes 124
7. A Perspective on Melanie Klein's Contribution 138
Part Three: Projective and Introjective Processes: A Bi-logical Point of View 167
8. Some guiding Concepts for Understanding Clinical Reality 169
9. Levels of Depth: a Working Scheme for Use in Clinical Practice 184
10. The Fundamental Antinomy as Seen in Clinical Examples 201
Part Four: Symmetrical Frenzy, Bi-logical Frenzy, and Bi-Modal Frenzy 231
Prologue to Part Four 233
11 The Multiplication of Three-Dimensional Objects 236
12 Bi-Modal Frenzy 245
13 The Upheaval of Spatial and Temporal Structures in the Dream World: the Spatio-Temporal Multidim Structure 252
Epilogue to Part Four 269
Part Five: Towards the Future 271
14 The Notion of Object 273
15 Some More Mathematical Concepts of Space, Dimension, Outside, and Inside 288
16 The concept of Internal World: Past, Present, and Future 307
Appendix: An account of Melanie Klein's Conception of Projective Identification 319
Bibliography 231

Acknowledgements

I am deeply grateful to Eric Rayner and David Tuckett for their unbounded generosity towards me, shown in numerous ways, and for writing an introductory chapter to this book to which they devoted much of their valuable time carefully revising its text and making it more acceptable to the English reader.

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