The importance of Thomas Ogden’s thought for contemporary psychoanalysis

This article presents the importance of Thomas Ogden ’ s thought for contemporary psychoanalysis. Its main characteristic is a discourse and a way of thinking that take into account intrapsychic and intersubjective dimensions in the psychoanalysis field. The experience with the clinical matrix of schizophrenia is the preferred starting point for his theoretical framework. We highlight in this text three major contributions throughout his work: a) the state of non-experience, b) the autistic-contiguous position, and c) the analytic-third.R ésumé Cet article présente l ’ importance de la pens ée de Thomas Ogden pour la psychanalyse contemporaine. C ’ est un auteur dont la caract éristique centrale est un discours et une façon de penser qui prennent en compte les dimensions intrapsychique et intersubjective dans le champ psychanalytique. L ’ exp érience avec la matrice clinique de la schizophrénie est le point de départ privilégié pour ses développements théoriques. Nous soulignons dans ce texte trois contributions majeures tout au long de son travail : a) l ’ état de non-expérience, b) la position autiste-contiguë, et c) le troisième-analytique.Resumen Este art ículo presenta la importancia del pensamiento de Thomas Ogden para el psicoanálisis contemporáneo. Se trata de un autor que tiene como característi...
Source: Psicologia USP - Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

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