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By Ernst Federn
The eighteen papers which shape this assortment by way of Ernst Federn, a few of them formerly unpublished, are grouped lower than 4 headings: (1) On social Psychology, (2) at the Psychology of Terror and Violence, (3) On Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and (4) at the historical past of Psychoanalysis. the gathering additionally comprises Federn's relocating memoir of his stumble upon with Bruno Bettelheim in Buchenwald.
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I n her hair, she wears a huge, darkish pink bow. Aichhorn asks: 'Who gave you this gorgeous bow? ' 'My mom. ' 'Do you might have extra of these bows? ' 'Yes, one is blue and one is white. ' 'Which do you love such a lot? ' 'The purple one. ' 'Do you love pink issues a great deal? ' 'Yes. ' 'Do you will have different crimson issues i n your place? ' 'Yes, i n the backyard we've got pink roses and crimson carnations. ' 'Are you a lot i n the backyard? ' 'Yes. ' 'What are you doing there? ' I Play. ' 'With what? ' 'With my dolls. ' 'How many do you might have? ' f THE PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC character 139 3/ W h a t are they referred to as? ' 'Hansi, Fritzi and Toni. ' 'Which is the smallest? ' Toni/ 'Which is the largest? ' 'Fritzi. ' 'What do you do while she is undesirable? ' ' I spank h e r / 'What did she do flawed? ' 'She continuously runs away. ' 'Why does she r u n away? ' 'Because i t is so uninteresting. ' I t looked as if it would Aichhorn that this used to be the reply to the kid's personal scenario. He urged to the mum that she locate a few playmates for the g i r l , which the mummy did. throughout the following six months, periodic check-ups w i t h the mummy confirmed that the g i r l by no means ran away back. with out analysing the theoretical questions raised through this interview, i t indicates the miracle that may be saw repeatedly each time empathy allows humans to appreciate one another i n the best way Aichhorn understood this little lady. Empathy is generally understood to be projecting oneself into one other person's emotions, in order that one is able to feeling, no longer w i t h h i m , which might via sympathy; or for h i m , which might be pity; yet like h i m . I t should be expressed i n the phrases: ' i do know precisely the way you suppose. ' Federn's notion of the ego is beneficial i n explaining this phenom enon. Empathy may then now not be a projection into one other in line with son's ego yet a synchronizing of one's personal cathexes w i t h these of the opposite individual. The therapist hence cathects, w i t h libido, an analogous ego obstacles because the sufferer. Sympathy, to the contrary, might suggest that in basic terms the ego boundary which bargains w i t h the sufferer is cathected w i t h libido. Pity may suggest that this boundary is cathected w i t h libido and mortido. additional study i n those theoretical questions may well throw mild on sensible difficulties corresponding to the alternative of therapists, and at the wide facets of therapists' education and schooling. I n precis, Federn's and Aichhorn's healing personalities will be formulated therefore: a mix of energy w i t h kindness, 140 ON PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY diagnostic ability w i t h healing zeal, clinical objectivity w i t h the reward of empathy. healing good fortune w i l l continuously be the larger the place one reveals those traits hugely constructed, simply because, being contrary poles, they produce the impact of an emotional surprise on a sufferer who comes among them. NOTES 1. Translation via E. F. The magazine for Psychoanalytic Paedagogy seemed from 1926 to 1938 and released probably the most import ant psychoanalytic papers of that interval.