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Analytic Encounter: Transference and Human Relationship


Perhaps the "obscurity" issues of medical psychiatry, psychoanalysis, analytical psychology, and self-object psychology grew out of the "darkened views" of a cloistered cellular priesthood and its overcontrol and domination of human psyhcosocial and sexual activities. Human sexuality was not exactly the strongest domain for those who lived secluded in denial; yet, as Dr. Inman thought, parochial symbolism was only a more glorified and disguised sexuality in religious issues and rituals...and so it is the world over in differing ways. To say that Western Civilization is or has been inhibited with regards to missionary human sexuality...would be an understatement.

Summarizes the views of Jung and Freud on transference and countertransference, as well as those of Martin Buber on I-it and I-thou relationships. Special attention to the significance of erotic love in therapy and analysis.

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