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Boundary and space: an introduction to the work of D.W. Winnicott

Author: Davis, Madeleine ; Wallbridge, DavidPublisher: Brunner/Mazel 1981Language: EnglishDescription: 196 p ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0876302517 ; 9780876306413 ; 9781317855446 ; 9781317855439Type of document: Book Online Access: Click here Note: Includes bibliographical references and index List(s) this item appears in: Jung&Winnicott
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Boundary and Space
An Introduction to the
Work of D. W. Winnicott
Contents
Foreword by Robert J. N. Tod ................................................................. vii
Preface ............................................................................................................. ix
I. THE BACKGROUND ............................................................................. 3
1. Personal Qualities ............................................................................ 5
2. The Evolution of the Theory ...................................................... 10
3. The Spatula Game .......................................................................... 20
II. THE THEORY OF EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT ............... 29
A. BASIC ASSUMPTIONS ................................................................... 31
1. The Concept of Self ................................................................ 32
2. Inner Reality .............................................................................. 33
3. The Fact of Dependence ........................................................ 34
B. EARLY PSYCHIC FUNCTIONING ............................................ 36
1. Integration and Unintegration ............................................... 37
2. Personalisation ........................................................................... 40
3. Primitive Object Relating and the Experience
of Omnipotence ................................................................ 43
4. Impingement and Trauma ...................................................... 45
5. Self Defence .............................................................................. 48
6. The False Self ............................................................................ 50
7. Intellect and the False Self ..................................................... 52
8. The Expectation of Persecution ............................................ 55
C. ADAPTING TO SHARED REALITY ........................................ 56
1. The Area of Illusion ............................................................... 57
2. Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena 58
3. Playing ....................................................................................... 61
4. The Potential Space ................................................................ 63
5. The Use of an Object and the Roots of Aggression ....... 66
6. Innate Morality and the Capacity for Concern .................. 72
7. The Antisocial Tendency ....................................................... 77
8. Adolescence .............................................................................. 80
D. THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROVISION .................................. 86
1. Mothering and Biology .......................................................... 88
2. The Accumulation of Experience in the Mother
and in the Parents .............................................................. 92
3. Primary Maternal Preoccupation ......................................... 95
4. Holding ..................................................................................... 99
5. Handling ................................................................................. 102
6. Object Presenting ................................................................. 105
7. De-adaptation and Failure ................................................... 113
8. Ego-relatedness and Communication ............................... 116
9. The Ordinary Devoted Mother ......................................... 125
10. Dependence and Domination ............................................ 131
11. The Father .............................................................................. 133
12. The Family ............................................................................. 135
III. BOUNDARY AND SPACE ................................................................. 143
1. Form and Content ................................................................ 145
2. Security and Risk .................................................................. 148
3. The Individual and Democracy ......................................... 151
4. The Broken Boundary ......................................................... 154
5. The Oppressive Boundary .................................................. 158
6. Space Without Boundary ..................................................... 167
7. Time and Continuity ............................................................ 178
Endpiece ...................................................................................................... 181
References ..................................................................................................... 183
Index ........................................................................................................... 189

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