Skin in PsychoanalysisUnknown - 2007
"Skin in Psychoanalysis" is an important theoretical contribution, revising several authors starting with Freud in whose writing we can now discover multiple direct or indirect references to the skin. It adopts a decidedly complex point of view regarding the skin here: the skin as source, the skin as object, the skin as protection and as a way of entrance, as contact and as contagion, the skin 'for two' within the relationship with the mother, the skin as envelope and as support, as a shell presented as 'second skin', as demarcation of individuality, as a place of inscription of non-verbal mem.
Publisher: London : Karnac, 2007.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xviii, 284 pages) : illustrations