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A Neuro-Psychoanalytical Dialogue for Bridging Freud and the Neurosciences

A Neuro-Psychoanalytical Dialogue for Bridging Freud and the Neurosciences
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1.1 Bridges and the Hyphen of Neuro-Psychoanalysis -- 1.2 Terminology Counts -- 1.3 Present Sites of Bridging and Controversy -- References -- Part I: The Venture of Neuropsychoanalysis -- Chapter 2: What Is Neuropsychoanalysis? -- 2.1 Historical Foundations of Neuropsychoanalysis -- 2.2 Philosophical Foundations of Neuropsychoanalysis -- 2.3 Scientific Foundations of Neuropsychoanalysis -- 2.4 What Neuropsychoanalysis Is Not -- 2.5 The Future -- References -- Part II: Embodiment as Bridge Between Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience -- Chapter 3: Enactments in Transference: Embodiment, Trauma and Depression. What Have Psychoanalysis and the Neurosciences to Offer to Each Other -- 3.1 Countertransference Reactions as a Product of Unconscious Enactments or Embodied Memories of Trauma? -- 3.1.1 Concerning Embodied Memory -- 3.1.2 Concerning Trauma -- 3.1.3 Concerning Treatment -- 3.2 Clinical Psychoanalytical Research and the Functions of Psyche and the Brain: Human Interaction, Affects, Memories and Trauma in the Transference Relationship to the Analyst -- 3.2.1 Remembering Psychological and Sexual Abuse -- 3.2.2 Remembering and Denying Early Traumatic Separations -- 3.3 Memory, Trauma and Depression and the Dialogue Between Psychoanalysis, Embodied Cognitive Science and Epigenetics -- 3.4 Summary -- References -- Chapter 4: Embodiment in Simulation Theory and Cultural Science, with Remarks on the Coding-Problem of Neuroscience -- 4.1 Prologue -- 4.2 Introduction: Point of Departure and Field of Intervention -- 4.2.1 On the Neurosciences -- 4.2.2 On Psychoanalysis -- 4.3 Epistemological Problems Part I: The Quantity-Quality-Gap -- 4.4 Epistemological Problems Part II: The Coding Term in Simulation Theory
  • 4.5 Mimetic and Arbitrary Aspects of Language-The Time of Cultural History -- 4.6 Language, Image, Gesture -- 4.7 Empathy and Its Relative from Cultural Science: Compassion -- References -- Part III: The Unconscious Before Freud and After -- Chapter 5: Signs and Souls: The Prehistory of Psychoanalytical Treatment in Nineteenth-{u00AD}Century French Psychiatry -- References -- Chapter 6: Dreams, Unconscious Fantasies and Epigenetics -- 6.1 Dreams -- 6.1.1 Dreams in Psychoanalysis and Neurobiology -- 6.1.2 The Dreaming Mind and Brain -- 6.2 When Psychoanalysis Meets Neurophysiology -- 6.3 Dreams and Unconscious Fantasies -- 6.4 Epigenetics -- References -- Part IV: ReVisions of the Drive in Freud and Neuroscience -- Chapter 7: Beyond the Death Drive: Freud's Engagement with Cell Biology and the Reconceptualization of His Drive Theory -- 7.1 The Drive on the Threshold Between Biology and the Psyche -- 7.2 The Detour of Psychoanalysis -- 7.3 Beyond the Pleasure Principle: Discovering a "More Primordial" Drive -- 7.4 Beyond the Death Drive -- 7.5 Life and Death -- 7.6 Reintroducing the Question of Quality -- 7.7 Postscript: "What Is Life?" -- References -- Chapter 8: Drive and Love: Revisiting Freud's Drive Theory -- 8.1 Drive and Love in Freud and More Recent Revisions: Bowlby and the Neurosciences -- 8.2 Neuroscientific Contributions to the Understanding of Drive and Love -- 8.2.1 The Concept of Drive -- 8.2.2 Why the Neurosciences Might Be Helpful in Refining Our Psychoanalytic Conceptualization of Drive -- 8.2.3 Freud's Drive Theory: Between Mind and Brain -- 8.2.4 The Driven Brain: Where Should We Look? -- 8.2.5 Moving Upwards: Libido and SEEKING -- 8.3 Can We Have Motivations That Are Independent of Libido? -- 8.3.1 Bowlby and Attachment -- 8.3.2 Neural Correlates of Bowlby's Attachment System: Panksepp's PANIC/GRIEF and CARE Systems
  • 8.3.3 Why Love Hurts: The PANIC/GRIEF System and Separation Distress -- 8.3.4 Frantic Efforts and Insecure Attachments -- 8.3.5 Baby Love and Adult Love-How Similar Are They? -- 8.4 In Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9: The Island of Drive: Representations, Somatic States and the Origin of Drive -- 9.1 Sensing the Somatic States: The Interoceptive System -- 9.2 Beyond the Automatic Regulation of Homeostasis: Humans vs. Animals -- 9.3 Are the Re-representations in the Anterior Insula the Neurobiological Equivalent to the Freudian Vorstellungsrepr√§sentanz? -- 9.4 The Motor Aspect of Drive -- 9.5 Drive and Self-Consciousness -- References -- Part V: Concerns of Psychoanalytical Theory -- Chapter 10: Couch Potato: Some Remarks Concerning the Body of Psychoanalysis -- 10.1 The Body as Frame of Reference -- 10.2 The Projected Body -- 10.3 The Organless Body -- 10.4 The Medical Body -- References -- Chapter 11: "The Medulla Oblongata Is a Very Serious and Lovely Object." A Comparison of Neuroscientific and Psychoanalytical Theories -- References -- On the Authors
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