Karl Abraham The Birth of Object Relations Theory

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Karl Abraham: The Birth of Object Relations Theory By Isabel Sanfeliu
2014 | 368 Pages | ISBN: 1782200878 | PDF | 10 MB
Together with Ferenczi, Karl Abraham was perhaps Freuds most creative and devoted disciple. In this book, after outlining the socio-cultural context of the day, Isabel Sanfeliu examines Abrahams life as a student, his family environment and his first steps as a physician and psychoanalyst. As a clinical doctor Abraham was calm and detached, and a good example of a stable and objective analyst. Despite his strong personality, his loyalty towards Freud never wavered. At the pioneering Psychoanalytic Institute which he founded and directed in Berlin, he established a series of professional standards which are still observed today. The present book is organised around an examination of Abrahams psychoanalytic work, according to his different fields of interest, before going on to consider his rigorously conducted clinical research. Abrahamss findings regarding the positive role of aggression in the development of the baby constitutes one of his original theories, as does the establishment of boundaries with the onset of object love. Abraham was undoubtedly influenced by his experiences with psychotic and highly dysfunctional patients. Not only did he observe the discharge function of the mother, but also her structuring dimension. It is in this sense that Abraham can be regarded as the pioneer of object relations theory, much before this psychoanalytic concept was given its name.
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