Bereswill, Mechthild; Morgenroth, Christine and Redman, Peter
Alfred Lorenzer and the depth-hermeneutic method.
Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, 15(3) pp. 221–250.
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This extended article aims to introduce an Anglophone audience to the work of Alfred Lorenzer. As such, it has three main components: it outlines some of Lorenzer's central concepts (the scenic, interaction forms, engrams, symbolisation and desymoblisation, language games and scenic understanding); explores the dialectical relations through which, for Lorenzer, unconscious, bodily and social processes are mutually constituted; and sketches some of the principles informing the depth-hermeneutic method, the tradition of social, cultural and social psychological research to which his ideas gave rise. Throughout, Lorenzer is viewed as seeking to put psychoanalysis on a materialist footing and concerned to assert its critical potential.
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||Lorenzer; depth-hermeneutic method; psychoanalysis; unconscious and society; social research
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