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Love and will / Rollo May.


First edition.. New York : Norton, [1969] .
ISBN 9780393010800, 0393010805

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Subjects Amour.
Liebe.
Liefde.
Love.
Psychosexual Development.
Seksualiteit.
Sex (Psychology)
Sexualité (Psychologie)
Volonté
Wil.
Will.
Wille.
Description 352 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. [326]-343).
Summary Includes sections on Freud, Puritanism, and Eros.
Contents Introduction: our schizoid world. Problems as prophetic. The artist and the neurotic. The neurotic as predictive. The emergence of apathy -- part I. Love. Paradoxes of sex and love. Sexual wilderness. Salvation through technique. The new Puritanism. Freud and Puritanism. Motives of the problem . Revolt against sex -- Eros in conflict with sex. The return of repressed Eros. What is Eros? Eros in Plato. Freud and Eros. The union of Eros: a case study. Eros sickening -- Love and death. Love as the intimation of mortality. Death and the obsession with sex. The tragic sense in love. The tragic and separation. Contraceptives and the tragic -- Love and the daimonic. Defining the daimonic. Objections to the term. The daimonic in primitive psychotherapy. Some historical soundings. Love and the diamonic -- The daimonic in dialogue. Dialogue and integration. Stages of the daimonic. The daimonic and the anonymous. The daimonic and knowledge. Naming the daimonic. Naming of the daimonic in therapy -- part II. Will. The will in crisis. Undermining of personal responsibility. Contradiction in will. The case of John. Will in psychoanalysis. Illusion and will -- Wish and will. The demise of will power. Freud's anti-will system. The wish. Illness as the inability to wish. Lack of capacity to wish. William James and will -- Intentionality. The roots of intentionality. Example from psychoanalysis. Perception and intentionality. The body and intentionality. Will and intentionality -- Intentionality in therapy. Cases of Preston. Stages in therapy. From wish to will. Wish and will to decision. Human freedom -- part III. Love and will. The relation of love and will. Love and will blocking each other. Impotence as an example. Imagination and time. Union of love and will -- The meaning of care. Care in love and will. The mythos of care. Care in our day -- Communion of consciousness. Love as personal. Aspects of the love act. Creating of consciousness. Love, will and forms of society.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00020695
(OCoLC)20695
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