The Self in Transformation: Psychoanalysis, Philosophy, & the Life of the Spirit

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Index
Abegg, Lily, 229
"abiding," 319
"abnormal" vs. "normal," concept of, 66, 215
abstractions, scientific, 233
acceptance, responsibility and, 160‐ 161
acting out, reincarnation and, 192
action, karma as, 177
acts, vs. wishes, 46, 147-149, 154
adolescence, blaming and, 130, 135 adultery, by "wish," 150, 225
Aeschylus, 193
affect-anxiety, 83
aggression, anxiety and, 75; blame as, 120; self-directed, 308; superego, 121-122; unconscious wish, 35, 42
aimlessness, 318
Aitereya Brahmana, 105-106
alien unconsciousness, 167
ambiguity, language concepts and, 62-68
amoral frustration, blame and, 120
analysis, meanings and, 16; vs. synthesis, 58
anger, blame and, 118; "control" of, 299-300; in karmic doctrine, 174; suffering and, 326
anticonscience, 147
anxiety, blame and, 121; as central to psychoanalysis, 10; concept of, 71; courage vs., 94; as danger signal, 80-81; definition of, 83-84; discharge of, 26; dis‐ integration and, 71-108; as ego-disintegration, 83-84, 86‐ 87, 100; as ego disorganization, 79; equated with ego, 79, 84; existential commentary on, 91-108; freedom from, 315‐ 3i6, 335; Freud on, 71-73; function of, 80; guilt as, 83‐ 84; "hidden," 82; Horney on, 89; insight and, 102; Jung on, 90; and language of self, 312‐ 313; literature on, 89-91; maturation and, 102-103; meaninglessness and, 27, 37; metaphysical condition in, 83; neurotic, 89, 93-96; nonbeing and, 92-93; as "other face of ego," 73; "panic" type, 76; pathological, 93-95; as psychic energy, 72; repression and, 80; self and, 312; separation, 79-80; as "something felt," 73; Sullivan on, 88-89; Tillich on, 92‐ 95; as transferred libido, 74‐ 75; unconscious, 82, 84
anxiety affect, 83-84
"anxiety feelings," 83-84
anxiety neurosis, 75
Aristotle, 104, 116
art, as creation, 283; disinterestedness and, 286-287; ego-integration and, 279-280; esthetic failure and, 284-285; personal life and, 283; psychoanalytic theory of, 279; vs. therapy, 288
artist, creative, 187-188; "esthetic ego" of, 287; gratification of, 284
art work, esthetic unity of, 277‐ 279; "inner life" of, 278; passivity in appreciation of, 288‐ 289; "successful," 282
asceticism, 297
Atman, 180, 204-205, 321; existence of, 206
Augustine, St., 324
authority, learning and, 49
autonomy, vs. "God," 107; individual, 40; psychoanalytic quest for, 181; religion and, 106‐ 107; spurious, 40; through responsibility, 166

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