“Psychoanalysis Chronicle”, Kiev. “Homeland. What does it mean today for us?”

The anniversary issue of the journal “Psychoanalysis. Chronicle” was published in Kiev. This issue represents the papers of the International Psychoanalytic Congress “Homeland. What does it mean today for us?” which took place in Kiev in May 27-28, 2016. Within the pages of this issue you can find out more about how the representatives of different psychoanalytic schools from different countries and continents consider the phenomenon of Homeland.

 

CONTENTS

Svetlana Uvarova

Openings remarks……………………………………………………….. …… 8

CLASSICS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS

Sigmund Freud

Negation

(translated from German by E. Yevlanova) ……………………………………………………………..  12

Fragments of Freud’s and Einstein’s correspondence

(Comments and translation from German by E. Yevlanova) ………………………  17

PAPERS OF INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOANALYTIC CONGRESS

«HOMELAND. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TODAY FOR US?»

Svetlana Uvarova

The map of homeland………………………………………………………… 22

Barbara Fitzgerald

«Homeland» as a discussion topic

(translated from English by N. Supolkina) ………………………………………………………………  34

Carlos Rozensztroch

Universal Homeland

(translated from English by N. Supolkina)………………………………………… 37

Sergio Benvenuto

An offspring of the signifier: Homeland

(translated from English by N. Supolkina) ………………………………………… 41

Serge Lesourd

The only Homeland is the exile in the language

(translated from English by O. Klimchik) …………………………………………. 49

Victor Mazin

In search of the impossible Homeland…………………………………. 58

Ayten Yuran

The subject’s extimacy………………………………………………………. 74

Claude Schauder

Homeland. What does that mean today?

(translated from French by O. Kolchanova) ………………………………………  83

Jean-Marc Chauvin

Psychoanalytic reflections on the concept

“Homeland” through the example of Switzerland

(translated from French by I. Karavanova) ………………………………………..  93

Horst Kaechele

Mothertongue and fatherland. Narration and observation in

psychoanalysis: do we live in two epistemic cultures?

(translated from English by E. Yevlanova) ……………………………………..  105

Otto Kernberg

The psychodynamics of messianic longings and their

relevance for ideological systems

(translated from English by N. Supolkina)……………………………………… 116

Natalia Nalyvaiko

Mother, captive or mistress…………………………………………….. 127

Irina Valyavko

Homeland and the origins of Ukrainian psychoanalysis………… 139

Vitaliy Eliseev

Homeland without clothes………………………………………………. 160

AUTHORS AND TRANSLATORS…………………………………….. 170

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DEPTH

PSYCHOLOGY (KIEV)…………………………………………………… 174

BOOKS PUBLISHED BY PHEE “IIDP”   …………………………………179

 

 

 

Published by I.S.A.P. - ISSN 2284-1059