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By Juan Carlos Cosentino

Este libro incluye los angeles segunda y tercera parte de 'Construcción de los conceptos freudianos' en su versión inicial. Se trata de un conjunto de clases que reproducen, con algunas modificaciones, el trabajo con los textos freudianos que Juan Carlos Cosentino ha realizado, desde 1986 a 1993, siguiendo el ordenamiento de l. a. asignatura Psicoanálisis: Freud, cátedra II, en l. a. Facultad de Psicología de l. a. Universidad de Buenos Aires.

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We found that these formulations s u g ­ gested a rather broad view of the design of the m i n d a s being three interconnected systems—originally, U C S , P C S , a n d C S ; later on, id, ego, a n d superego. Something unexpected a n d almost magical occurs w h e n we shift our way of observing a n d formulating into a mode i n lieu that centres on immediate adaptive responsiveness of the vague a n d general (weak) adaptational approach c h a r ­ acteristic of the s t a n d a r d viewpoints on psychotherapy.

First, the new model lost the interactional cast of the earlier model, and, thereby, considerations of interaction a n d immedi­ ate adaptation became even more peripheral than before in psychoanalytic thinking. Second, the new model was so simple and straightforward, so seemingly complete and useful, that there was virtually no remaining interest in model-making. The abandonment of efforts at mapping and modelling entailed a serious loss for psychoanalysis—the creation and revision of models that is vital to all sciences.

Let u s return to it now i n light of the perspectives we have been developing. T h e excerpt was one in w h i c h the therapist h a d not a s yet intervened, so all we c a n do for the moment is examine a n d formulate the material from the patient—beginning, a s always, with the surface, the manifest contents. T h e conscious adap­ tive issue or trigger for Ms Allen w a s constituted by seeing her 34 PURSUING THE DESIGN OF THE MIND hostile and seductive uncle at a family gathering. T h e uncle's presence was experienced as a threat (a source of activating danger a n d anxiety), and the patient's conscious coping re­ sponse was to keep her distance from him.

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