By Kate Barrows
Psychoanalysis has turn into within the West the dominant paradigm for knowing our emotional lives. yet can we understand what it is all approximately? utilizing examples from pop culture and daily adventure, every one publication within the sequence explains a psychoanalytical proposal and its skill to light up the character of human society and tradition.
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17 Envy in Childhood The emotions that arise in relation to the breast and the mother are also then experienced in relation to the father, the parents as a couple and their other babies, actual or imagined. Each new relationship can provide an opportunity for early feelings to be worked through again, in a different way and with a different person, so that while certain propensities are established in the first relationship, there are opportunities for development. The different relationship provided by the father can sometimes make it possible to experience envy in a less intense way than in relation to the mother, or the father may provide support in dealing with envious feelings.
He engineers 45 ENVY Othello’s unbridled jealousy in the service of his own envy and plans to: Make the Moor thank me, love me, and reward me For making him egregiously an ass, And practising upon his peace and quiet Even to madness. (II, i, 307–10) This is Iago’s strategy to ‘exchange parts’,20 to get rid of his own feeling of being made a fool of and to make Othello look up to him. He will be in Othello’s shoes, not like Macbeth who literally wants to become the king, but in terms of being seen as ‘faithful’ and ‘honest’ while Othello will go mad with jealousy.
The setting of dates seemed to provoke envy and competition, and a wish to get rid of the feeling of envy into me. Her birth had been followed by those of several siblings in quick succession. She felt that every time she began to settle down after the birth of the latest brother or sister, her mother announced the impending arrival of another baby, and her anger and envy were reignited. If, however, we have projected our envy so successfully that we really are afraid of being envied, rather than flaunting what we have 55 ENVY we may go to the opposite extreme and dumb ourselves down.
Envy (Ideas in Psychoanalysis) by Kate Barrows