By Lewis Aron
During this richly nuanced evaluation of many of the dimensions of mutuality in psychoanalysis, Aron exhibits that the relational method of psychoanalysis is a strong consultant to problems with method and healing method. From his reappraisal of the options of interplay and enactment, to his exam of the difficulty of analyst self-disclosure, to his concluding comments at the relational import of the analyst's ethics and values, Aron squarely accepts the scientific duties attendant to a postmodern critique of psychoanalytic foundations.
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Extra resources for A Meeting of Minds: Mutuality in Psychoanalysis
In a postmodern world, theory is not thought of as innocent or detached, and truth is not conceptualized as neutral or objective. Truth claims are often seen as the product of power struggles in which the truth serves the interest of those with the most power. Hence, in its more radical forms, the distinction between truth and propaganda is undermined by postmodernists. Postmodern truth is perspectival, plural, fragmentary, discontinuous, kaleidoscopic, and ever-changing. Postmodern discourse rejects the totalizing metanarratives or masternarratives of 19th-century modernism, which claim to be scientific and objective, favoring pluralistic, decentered explanatory narratives.
Many affirmatives argue that certain value choices are superior to others, a line of reasoning that would incur the disapproval of the skeptical post-modernists [Resenau, 1992, p. 16]. In short, skeptical postmodernists take these arguments to their extreme and lead us into a vicious circle of absolute uncertainty and extreme relativism; affirmative postmodernists are less concerned with categorical, epistemological rigor and more moderately offer a substantial contribution of revision and positive renewal.
Their work was influenced by the writings of Jean Baker Miller (1976), an interpersonally influenced analyst. Their emphasis on "mutual empathy" is taken up in Chapter 5. I mention them here to alert the reader that, although this group's work is also referred to as "relational" theory, it is not closely related to the body of relational theory taken up in this book. In my view, whatever commonality exists is largely based on the origin of some of these ideas in the earlier work of Nancy Chodorow (1978).
A Meeting of Minds: Mutuality in Psychoanalysis by Lewis Aron