Queer(es) Denken in der Psychoanalyse

Eine Kontroverse zu G. Hansbury: Das maskuline Vaginale – An der Grenze zu Transgender.

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JPB 28
Ca. 108 p., 14,7 x 20,8 cm.
Softcover
German
ISBN 978-3-7728-2884-3
September 2019
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Keywords

Has psychoanalysis missed out on new developments? Does queer thinking help to shake up psychoanalysis? Griffin Hansbury’s work on the »masculine vaginal« challenges both treatment and clinical theory. Does he meet his patient open-minded and unbiased in the sessions or does he disregard boundaries? Does he succeed in taking a new look at psychogenetic and theoretical dimensions or does he follow an overvalued idea at the patient’s expense? The supplement to the ›Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse‹ asked Dana Amir, Leticia Glocer Fiorini, Howard Levine, Franco De Masi and Bernd Nissen for their comments on Hansbury’s work.

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