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Revisión de artículos de S. Ferenczi
(in english)
Erös Ferenc,
Fromm, Ferenczi and the stalinistic rewriting of history
 
Roazen, Paul,
Sandor Ferenczi, technical and historical victim.
 
Gallardo C. Juan V.
Sandor Ferenczi: Biografy
 
Gallardo C. Juan V.
Diagnosys in Bioanalitic Psychotherapy
 
Kirschner A. Lewis,
Concept of reality and psychic reality as seen in the desagreement between Freud and Ferenczi
 
Slipp Samuel,
Freud's mather, Ferenczi and the seduction theory
 
Furer Manuel,
Changes in Psychoanalytic technique.
 
Tuber-Oklander Juan,
Sandor Ferenczi and the birth of the Object Relation Theory.
 
Martín Cabré. Luis J.,
Ferenczi's contributions to countertransference
 
Raubolt, Richard R.
Ferenczi's clinical experimentation with therapeutic regression
 
Azevedo Roberto,
Influence of Ferenczi's concepts in contemporary psychoanalitic thecnique
 
Accerboni Paunello, Ana María.
The "Psychoanalitic Development". A crucial change in the history of the interaction between theory and technique in psychoanalysis
 
Abadi Sonia,
Ferenczi - Winnicott: From therapeutic passion to therapeutic Audacy
 
Paz, Carlos A. (A.P.M.)
Control and misscontrol in regressions. A revision of the theoretical schemes and clinical views
 
Sarno Lucio
From Confusion of tongues to common sense: Ferenczi, Bion and the fundamentals of analytic relationship
 
García Badaracco, Jorge
Ferenczi and contemporary Psychoanalysis.
 
Schueler Reis, Eliana
Raped soul and sense death.

Erös Ferenc,

Fromm, Ferenczi and the stalinistic rewriting of history.Journal of Bioanalytic Psychotherapy. pp. xx-xx Volumen 1 Año 1, 1998. Santiago Chile.

Ernest Jones’ s particular and tendenctious view about the hungarian psychoanalyst Sandor Ferenczi, had reign for more of fifty years in the psychoanalytical world. This papers shows us historic and reliable antecedents in the line of veritable understanding -facts and interpretation- about Ferenczi Case. A vision of the fundamental role play by Erich Fromm in the process for replace the Ferenczi’s right position, is given starting from the investigation make for him like a critical works over Jones’s statement.

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Roazen, Paul,

Sandor Ferenczi, technical and historical victim.Journal of Bioanalytic Psychotherapy. pp. xx-xx Volumen 1 Año 1, 1998. Santiago Chile.

In this article it is presented a number of facts related with Jones’s and Ferenczi’s life, and of the relationship between the latter and Freud. In one hand, this facts make comprehensible the growing and progressive rivalry of Jones, and also the suppression of some of Ferenczi’s papers, due not only to theory, but strategic issues, that is, in regard of the particular moment in which arise, in the context of the History of Psychoanalysis Movement. It is argued that Jone’s version about Ferenczi’s last days, can be seen as a "travestism of truth" based on his own non resolved negative transference feelings to Ferenczi, and based on unconfirmed versions, attempting to destroy not only his position in the history of psychoanalysis, but also his status as a pioneer and innovative author.

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Gallardo C. Juan V.

Sandor Ferenczi: Biografy. Journal of Bioanalytic Psychotherapy. pp. xx-xx Volumen 1 Año 1, 1998. Santiago Chile.

The present article shows the most important biographic events in Sándor Ferenczi’s life: his origins, development, his medical training and affective life; his encounter with Freud, their 25 years friendship, and their dissidences. The description of biographical data is accompanied with speculative hypothesis, which attempt to analyze and understand the complexity and depth of his professional and affective relationship with Freud. It is suggested a distinction between a relationship, generally understood among a neurotic dynamic, with one as a product of the deeper encounter of human beings.

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Gallardo C. Juan V.

Diagnosys in Bioanalitic Psychotherapy.Journal of Bioanalytic Psychotherapy. pp. xx-xx Volumen 1 Año 1, 1998. Santiago Chile.

A Bioanalytical Psychotherapy scheme is presented, from the perspective of Sándor Ferenczi’s postulates about bioanalysis. In addition to Ferenczi’s contributions to Object Relation Theory, it is recognized the importance of his concepts of utraquism, amphimixis and bioanalysis, as a way to integrate the notion of psychosomatic parallelism and functional identity, and to draw some metatheoric and clinical principles, as an attempt to systematize a psychotherapy model. The importance of diagnosis is discussed

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Kirschner A. Lewis,

Concept of reality and psychic reality as seen in the desagreementt between Freud and Ferenczi. Journal of Bioanalytic Psychotherapy. pp. xx-xx Volumen 1 Año 1, 1998. Santiago Chile.

In this paper, the concepts of reality and psychic reality are discussed in relationship to a number of controversies about the therapeutic and scientific aims of psychoanalysis, as illustrated by the disagreement between Freud and Ferenczi. Because the nature of psychic reality is necessarily incomplete and indeterminate, there are inherent limitations and dangers to any psychoanalytic attempt to discover historical and experiential truth. Modell’s interpretation of Nachträglichkeit ("deferred action") as "retranscription" expresses the ambiguity of psychic reality in analysis, which is not fixed or foundational but part of an evolving inner and outer dialogue in relation to new experience. It is argued that Freud accepted this ambiguity, while Ferenczi sought to overcome it trough modifications of technique.

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Slipp. Samuel,

Freud's mather, Ferenczi and the seduction theory. Journal of Bioanalytic Psychotherapy. pp. xx-xx Volumen 1 Año 1, 1998. Santiago Chile.

This article develops an hypothesis of why Freud abandonerd his seduction theory. It is argued that this decision is an attempt to deny the traumatic impac of others in neurosis formation, since he could not deal with his own seduction experiences linked with his feelings of being abandoned and his ambivalence towards his mother. To support this hypothesis biographic data is presented, in relation to Freud and his family, analyzing some dreams took from Freud/Fliess correspondence, Jones biography and Ferenczi's articles.

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Furer. Manuel,

Changes in Psychoanalytic technique. Journal of Bioanalytic Psychotherapy. pp. xx-xx Volumen 1 Año 1, 1998. Santiago Chile.

The present paper is a critical revision of some of the most widely discussed technical parameters in current clinical psychoanalysis: the role of therapist and patient, and the nature of the psychoanalytical encounter. It starts with a revision of the theoretical and technical contributions of Sandor Ferenczi, where the author considers his impact in the contemporary analytical tendencies, comparing it with the standard analytic technique, making some considerations about representational objects, dynamics, transference and countertransference.

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Tuber-Oklander. Juan,

Sandor Ferenczi and the birth of the Object Relation Theory.

Paper presented in the International Congress "Ferenczi and the Contemporary Psychoanalysis" Madrid, with the support of the Madrid Psychoanalitic association and the Sandor Ferenczi Society, 6 to 8 march, 1998.

The present article is a revision of Sandor Ferenczi contributions to Object Relation Theories development. It considers the fundamental differences between Freud and Ferenczi, in terms of their conceptions about human nature, as well as their considerations about psychoanalitic treatment, in light of their particular ontological and epistemological underlying points of view, and the complexity of their relationship. It clearly distinguish between Freud’s Pulsional Theory and the Object Relation Theory approach. The author strongly ilustrate Ferenczi statements that sustain his approach, giving examples in Balint, Fairbain, Winnicott, Kernberg and Kohut; to finally offer a clear vision about the ontological concept that support this theory, its agreement with the contributions of Ferenczi all over his work, giving a bright analysis of Freud/Ferenczi controversy and its deepest reasons.

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Martín Cabré. Luis J.,

Ferenczi's contributions to countertransference.
Paper presented in the International Congress "Ferenczi and the Contemporary Psychoanalysis" Madrid, with the support of the Madrid Psychoanalitic association and the Sandor Ferenczi Society, 6 to 8 march, 1998.

The author develops the "countertransference" topic, starting from the first freudian statements about the concept, and the role played by Sandor Ferenczi as the most clasical author in this contemporary and inescapable psychoanalitic theme. Pointing out Freud attitude, not necessarily critic about countertransference, it get demonstrated how Ferenczi was the first one in introduced the techinical parameter of the use of countertransference as the major clinical tool, the concept of "empathy" and the second analyst psychoanalitic rule. Later, certain aspects of Ferenczi’s clinical approach are developed, like the repetition compulsion role, the therapeutic regression, transference-countertransference interplay, and the different ferenczian experimentations, relating them with contemporary works of Winnicott, Racker, Sales, M. Little, and P. Heimanns.

The article, shows how many of the ideas atributed to those authors and many others, had been sensed, in a great amount, by Ferenczi, though anticipating himself to many contemporary theories, in terms of the utility of countertransference, projective identification and projective counteridentification, as indispensable technical instruments for analytic work, the recognition of the analyst emotional involvement and the possibility to fathom patients transference and notice and understand the countertransferential reactions.

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Raubolt, Richard R.

Ferenczi's clinical experimentation with therapeutic regression.
Paper presented in the International Congress "Ferenczi and the Contemporary Psychoanalysis" Madrid, with the support of the Madrid Psychoanalitic association and the Sandor Ferenczi Society, 6 to 8 march, 1998.

The article examine Ferenczi contributions to the Therapeutic Regression topic in Psychoanalysis. It sustained the process taken by Ferenczi from the Freudian conception of Regression; that is, as a defensive mechanism, as a resistance and as an expression of the Repetition Compulsion process, to his approach which places it as the most relevant therapeutic aspect inside the process of change, and its relation with the transference and countertransference process, and the unique characteristics of the analyst.

The author looks into the articles where Ferenczi elaborated different aspects of Regression: About Obscene words (1912), Temporary Symptoms; Construction during analysis(1912), Two Kinds of war neuroses (1916-1917), Principles of Relaxation and Neocatharsis (1930), Child Analysis in Adult Analysis(1931) and Confusion of Tongues (1933), noting the first critical reflections about this topic, the theoretical analysis and the three ferenczian exploratory moments: active therapy, relaxation therapy, and mutual analysis. The author, at the same time, looks into this different evolutionary moments in Ferenczi’s work, in the light of Freud /Ferenczi relationship.

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Azevedo, Roberto

Influence of Ferenczi's concepts in contemporary psychoanalitic thecnique.
Paper presented in the International Congress "Ferenczi and the Contemporary Psychoanalysis" Madrid, with the support of the Madrid Psychoanalitic association and the Sandor Ferenczi Society, 6 to 8 march, 1998.

The author expose some technical and therapeutic procedures that he uses in his clinical work, elaborated and based in the contributions of Ferenczi, as a practical demonstration of the utility of ferenczian therapeutic principles. Taking account of Ferenczi innovations in relation with transference and countertransference, the nature of the analyst-analysand relationship, the role of regression and acting-out, the analyst empathy and humanism; the author illustrates with two therapeutic processes, a psychosis case and a case of a borderline "as if" personality, the use of active technique parameters, of analytic interpretation and some "mutuality", along with some work in nurturing and acting-out elaboration, and the use of empathy and non empathy.

The article represents a kind of intervention in which it is clearly perceptible the ferenczian clinical work spirit, discussing, at the same time, through this cases, some aspects of Freud/Ferenczi relationship, about the old controversy between remember and elaborate, and propose some instructive relations between Ferenczi’s mutual analysis, as it is understood by the author, and the use of "mutualistic" elements as he is being using it in psychotherapy.

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Accerboni Paunello, Ana María.

The "Psychoanalitic Development". A crucial change in the history of the interaction between theory and technique in psychoanalysis.
Paper presented in the International Congress "Ferenczi and the Contemporary Psychoanalysis" Madrid, with the support of the Madrid Psychoanalitic association and the Sandor Ferenczi Society, 6 to 8 march, 1998.

The article is a description of the historical, theorical and inner political circunstances that surround the publication of the paper "Psychoanalysis Developmental Perspectives" wrote by S. ferenczi and O.Rank. It is noted how, begining with Freud interest in proposing reflections about the relationship between psychoanalitic theory and technique, this two authors took the challenge of elaborate a paper altogether, that looked into the technical parameters already in use, ending with a work that would impact the bases of the psychoanalytic movement. It is described Freud reaction, and commitee members as well, in special Abraham and Jones; an also the two revolutionary thesis, that is, transference and repetition as nuclear aspects of every treatment; and the meaning of the mother-child relationship, participating in this debate.

Finaly the paper presents some Ferenczi derivations raised from this work, in special about the meaning of trauma and the role of the analyst, and more subtly about the efforts for maintain his relation with Freud alive.

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Abadi, Sonia.

Ferenczi - Winnicott: From therapeutic passion to therapeutic Audacy

Paper presented in the International Congress "Ferenczi and the Contemporary Psychoanalysis" Madrid, with the support of the Madrid Psychoanalitic association and the Sandor Ferenczi Society, 6 to 8 march, 1998.

The article develops a kind of counterpoint between S. Ferenczi and D.W. Winnicott starting from the own author’s subjectivity. It begins with a commentary about the personal and characterological characteristics of both, to later goes deeper in the theoretical aspects open by them: of Ferenczi, the transeference-countertransference significance, the repetition and regression processes, the role of the analyst as a holder; of Winnicott, the holding and the basic fault.

Later the author revises some aspects related with the technique and the contributions of both Ferenczi and Winnicott; of the former: active therapy, techical elasticity and mutual analysis; of the later: the hate in countertransference, active adaptation, the frame use and meaning, to the holding and transitional space functions. Finally develops the idea about the final answer of the authors to analytic clinical problems: Ferenczi’s mutual analysis, and Winnicott’s play, geting entwined behind this two options the same spirit, the healing love.

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Paz, Carlos A. (A.P.M.)

Control and misscontrol in regressions. A revision of the theoretical schemes and clinical views.

Paper presented in the International Congress "Ferenczi and the Contemporary Psychoanalysis" Madrid, with the support of the Madrid Psychoanalitic association and the Sandor Ferenczi Society, 6 to 8 march, 1998.

Works with regressions, from Ferenczi’s explorations, are develop from a contemporary theoretical and clinical view. The author revises the contributions of Freud related with transference, regression and oniric regression, as well as the distinction of regression as a patogenic factor, a defensive mechanism, and a therapeutic aid. Later, sumarizes Ferenczi’s works about spliting and disociation, pointing him as a leader in this kind of treatment. After some few notes about Ferenczi’s patient: Elizabeth Severn, the author presents Michael Balint statements about the topic, his concept of "basic fault" and the distinction between benign regression and malignant regression, noting the distinctive criteria.

More contemporaryly the author revises some contributions of Harold Stewart, "...who mantains a continuity with Ferenczi and Balint lines of investigations in the field of regression (1989) (1983)", of Paula Heimann, Susan Isaacs and Donald Winnicott.

Finally the author, presents two clinical cases, one of bening regression and other of malignant regression, as a way to ilustrate the previously discussed concepts, and as an example of the use of technical parameters in this clinical field.

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Sarno Lucio

From Confusion of tongues to common sense: Ferenczi, Bion and the fundamentals of analytic relationship.

The author intends to draw some proximity between Ferenczi’s and Wilfred Bion’s thoughts, specially in relation with Ferenczi’s notion of the role of the analyst and countertransference during analysis , and Bion’s "reverie" function; starting from certain factors in common, such as their interest in difficul patients, their approach in relation with the psychic functioning in precocious developmental phases, and the significance of child first relationship with parental figures and subtitutes.

Two specific aspects of Ferenczi’s "Confusion of Tongues:The language of tenderness and passion" are related with Bion reflections of "common sense"in a line that sustain a homogeneous view around the psychic emotional origin, the role of ferenczian trauma and its impact in the infant psychis: atomization and spliting, with Bion ideas about the fate of frustration in primary emotional experiences of the baby with the mother, specially in relation with the "thinking" functioning

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García Badaracco, Jorge
 
Ferenczi and contemporary Psychoanalysis.

Arguments in relation with the need of considerate Ferenczi’s and Freud’s ideas from an integrative perspective, understanding them as complementary systems, lead the author to revise the current significance of Ferenczi thought. Quoting Balint’s expression "Ferenczi was missunderstood and bad quoted", the article shows Ferenczi innovations, specially in relation with "activity" pointing it more to the sense of the proposition than to its literaly meaning.

Relating ferenczian concepts with Ferenczi’s reflections, arose from a large experience with difficult patients, the article expose some aspects of the "mind patogenic power" with clever appreciations about inner object relationship, interdependece links and the existence of identification and transferential mechanism in this patients.

Dr.Badaracco develops a brilliant synthesis, in which he points the most determinant aspects of Ferenczi thought, the role of suffering and trauma, the quality of the analytic relationship, psychic mechanism, self structure, and the role of repetition in the analytic context, offering a concrete testimony about the significance of integrating Freud and Ferenczi thought in contemporary development of psychoanalysis.

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Schueler Reis, Eliana
 
Raped soul and sense death.

The author extends ferenczian thought to the question of psychic trauma reality, considering papers as "The unwelcome child and his death instinct" (1929) , "Stages in the development of the sense of reality" (1913) and "The adaptation of the family to the child" (1927), pointing her own understanding of them, which is the same as Ferenczi, in relation to the confusion of tongues between the child and the adult, expresed in contemporary psychoanalytic terminology, of trauma, denial, and intersubjectivity.

Later the author propose the antithesis "erotization - no disposition understanding the first as a "traumatic" agressive trend, and the other one as a rejection of every contact that is suceptible of an ambiguous interpretation (Hacking, Y 1995; Cyrulnik, B 1993), exposing the risk of an afective contact failure between adult and child. Finally, through a clinical case, the description and analysis of a "dream", the author takes back Ferenczi’s deeper clinical spirit in an applied ilustration of far-reaching ferenczian thought in the therapeutic relationship.

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