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Psychoanalysis: Will to Change

Štefanija Kožić ; Globočec 93, HR–49246 Marija Bistrica

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str. 57-68

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str. 57-68

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The paper examines psychoanalysis in the context of German idealism and science, the position of free will and determinism. It deals with further consequences of psychoanalysis concerning determinism as its component, and its position regarding philosophy. The ways and possibilities of the change of subject are discussed, i.e. how the subject, according to psychoanalysis, does not want to change but maintains the state of previous pleasure. The goal of therapy is to direct a subject to their unconscious, which leads to self-reflection. This knowledge, which the subject receives by reflection, is always in the phase of reconstruction and can never come to an end and lead to absolute knowledge. Knowledge and the whole personality are in a constant change within the subject, but also dialectically related to the outside world. From the position of classical German idealism, the moment of will is considered as a possible starting point of freedom in the change of subject, thus for not taken into account by the psychoanalysis.

Ključne riječi

knowledge, will, therapy, unconscious, determinism, Jacques Lacan, Sigmund Freud, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

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