specific to the analysand
precisely because it is the analysand
's desire, and the superegoic jouissance at the core of her fantasy.
The new "I" reduces the analysand
to a medical discourse ignorant of metaphor, distant from the site of pain, and detached from affect.
More important, a theory of ideology that determines its object with reference to no rule or criterion other than its practitioners' "sense" of whether or not an effect is unjust comes down to saying little more than this: if the cultural information that a particular analysand
uses produces effects that a particular analyst feels are unjust, then the latter is authorized to say "The effects are unjust; therefore the information is ideology.
The doctor-patient relationship appears to mimic that between the analyst and analysand
, in particular with regard to the temporal element.
And it seems that Juillerat did not have any direct and involved psychoanalytic experience whose principal analysand
would have been himself.
Initially trained as a pediatrician, Winnicott was analyzed by James Strachey [the primary editor and translator of Freud's works (1953-1974)] and Joan Riviere (an analysand
of Freud and a close associate of Melanie Klein).
No, it seems to me that the woman who lurks behind the "I" in The Journalist and the Murderer is less reporter than analysand
The scene introducing Monkey Island is set between Chris's cousin Jenny and Chris as between analyst and analysand
quiz-show contestants, and yet another, most provocatively, as analysand
on his own couch.
In the words of Marini, the purpose is to let the analysand
finally know that the chief Good lies not in the Aristotelian notion of "moral happiness" bur in the fact that one must "not give in on one's desire.
In Bollas' view, "the analysand
compels the analyst to experience the patient's inner object world.
This has paradigmatic importance for later human relationships, serving specifically as a model for that between analyst and analysand