Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-216) and index.
|Statement||Donald P. Spence.|
|LC Classifications||RC506 .S663 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||228 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||93006344|
The Rhetorical Voice of Psychoanalysis (Hardcover) Displacement of Evidence by Theory. By Donald P. Spence. Harvard University Press, , pp. Publication Date: January 1, “Spence argues that Freud used powerful rhetorical devices to persuade his potential followers that his ideas were correct The result has been (1) rigidity of theory—because much of theory is metaphor that can be neither proven nor disproven; and (2) limitation of discourse in psychoanalytic literature—because the central metaphors have. Get this from a library! The rhetorical voice of psychoanalysis: displacement of evidence by theory. [Donald P Spence] -- As psychoanalysis approaches its second century it seems no closer to being a science than when Freud first invented the discipline. All the clinical experience of . The rhetorical voice of psychoanalysis has a long history and has only recently come to be seen as a special feature of the theory. Its beginnings can be found in Freud's earliest pleadings for the usefulness of metaphor and analogy, although he felt that they were largely provisional and would eventually be replaced by more durable concepts.
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