By P. C. Sandler
During this magisterial paintings, Paulo Sandler keeps to differentiate himself as a most popular pupil at the works of Bion. Already renowned for his encyclopedic zeal, this current booklet keeps Sandler's tireless seek of Bion's contributions by way of this noteworthy medical program of Bion's ideas.
A significant characteristic of Sandler's method of learning Bion has been to contextualize the historical past of Bion's assumptions. In so doing, he investigates cultural and historic antecedents, particularly together with the philosophical and medical issues of view. From them Sandler selects Romanticism to discover futher: among the features of Romanticism is mind's eye, at most sensible artistic, but in addition idealization and hyperbole.
Sandler additionally discusses Bion's method of being "scientific", one amazing point of that's his detailed use of theories, which he distinguishes from versions.
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The relationship observed by Freud—which also cannot be taken as a reality-in-itself (anthropomorphised), but just as a model, an analogy, a scaffold that contributes, albeit in a flawed way, to turning our human blindness into intuition and sometimes apprehension of partial aspects of the truth4—referred to the individual’s vertex: he first apprehends 28 A C L I N I CA L A P P L I CAT I O N O F B I O N ’ S C O N C E P T S the “not-me”: Mother, in the first place, as an Object of libidinal cathexis of love and hate.
Truth is robust and shall prevail” (Bion, 1979, p. 499). The origins of Bion’s work, as well as that of Klein and Winnicott, are always to be found in Freud. The apprehension of “the other”, the “not-me”, was observed in many of Freud’s works, as, for example, in “Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego” (1921). There, the counterpoint-value of the relationship of “me” and “not-me” was taken not as a sociological model, which presumes in an oversimplified way that both counterpoints belong to the same level or have the same nature; nor as a philosophical one, at least until Frege.
The last of these deny the survival of the species, the existence of a breast, of a creative couple. I suppose that any scientist’s work must make allowances for further work or at least for furthering avenues opened by their discoveries. Sometimes those avenues are just hints. Freud’s work opened many avenues. Melanie Klein furthered one of them, the final theory of instincts; Bion furthered the theory of the two principles of mental functioning, thinking processes as well as dream theory. Bion left just a few hints about Minus Love and Minus Hate.
A Clinical Application of Bion's Concepts, Volume 2: Analytic Function and the Function of the Analyst by P. C. Sandler