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Hanna Segal's paintings, particularly on symbolism, aesthetics, desires, and the exploration of psychotic considering, has validated her as an excellent determine in psychoanalysis, relatively in psychoanalysis of the Kleinian culture. In Dream, Phantasy and paintings she reworks her principles on those subject matters and brings them vividly alive in a brand new integration which hyperlinks them afresh to the paintings of Freud, Klein, and Bion.
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For a thousand generations, the world has been in the grip of Caesarian masters whose underlying motives were simple self-advancement and avarice. The conquerors of old, as of now, have invariably attempted, usually through hired scribes, to interpret their devious schemes and atrocious acts as planned deeds for human betterment or divine exercise. Excepting, perhaps, Julius Caesar, a typical protagonist of conquering terror, who was learned enough to set down his own apologia. Even there the savage brutality of this monstrous destroyer shines through the pages of dull self-praise.
I do not pretend to know what dreams are, but I venture to guess what they are not. Dreams are censored by our emotionally rooted concepts, prejudices and interests. For instance, I dreamt last night of a party where I made reference to Pitt. I recall clearly my not mentioning the astonishing youth of the prime minister, because the son of my host who was present was of similar age and rather delayed in his career. The reader of this page may, if she or he so wishes, keep an eye out for the “automatic pilot” in their dreams exercising the very same control as upon conscious ideas.
Reason is never without the current of the ego and the wind of desire. No ship ever sailed the oceans without water and wind. No man ever went through life not borne and driven by the two classical passions of Self and the great Wish. And that is why, suddenly, the people who think alike think so differently. It is the Babel of old times. They think in different emotions. Their egos are different and their affections are different. All man’s thinking is motivated by these two great passions. Under their pressure, the masts are straining, and all around us in the sea of life we see the wrecks of once-proud ships, victims sometimes of their own greed and sometimes stranded on a neighbor’s stony self-interest.