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Contemporary psychoanalytic theory generally uses the term negative in its adjectival form ("negative transference," "negative therapeutic reaction"). Here it is conceptually treated as a substantive. The "work of the negative" is an expression drawn from Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831), but its application in psychoanalysis is only remotely connected with Hegelian philosophy, except through the work of Jacques Lacan, who quickly dissociated himself from such a connection.
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Contemporary [[psychoanalytic]] [[theory]] generally uses the term negative in its adjectival [[form]] ("negative [[transference]]," "negative therapeutic reaction"). Here it is conceptually treated as a substantive. The "[[work]] of the negative" is an expression drawn from Georg Wilhelm Friedrich [[Hegel]] (1770-1831), but its application in [[psychoanalysis]] is only remotely connected with [[Hegelian]] [[philosophy]], except through the work of Jacques [[Lacan]], who quickly dissociated himself from such a connection.
Freud, in his metapsychology, makes implicit use...
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[[Freud]], in his [[metapsychology]], makes implicit use...
  
  

Latest revision as of 15:59, 23 May 2019

Contemporary psychoanalytic theory generally uses the term negative in its adjectival form ("negative transference," "negative therapeutic reaction"). Here it is conceptually treated as a substantive. The "work of the negative" is an expression drawn from Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831), but its application in psychoanalysis is only remotely connected with Hegelian philosophy, except through the work of Jacques Lacan, who quickly dissociated himself from such a connection. Freud, in his metapsychology, makes implicit use...