My grandmother was like Melanie Klein.
I miss her.
She also was a family leader she had 10 kids, 5 of them died young.
I was her first grandchild.
When she died my throne vanished apparently.
She also forgot who I was when she lost most of her memory.
Her brother did not call Goethe a charlatan but my grandmother was calling people some names.
Especially the people who were against the republic.
It was not like Plato's republic or it was not like talking in Geneva conference, but she had the republic in her mind.
Dark side of the Winnicottianism is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be Anglican.
Joan Riviere, psikanaliz cemiyetine ve kokain bağımlılığı ile mücadeleye verdiği katkılardan dolayı Gus Fring'e şükranlarını sunarken, Donald Winnicott'un takındığı yüz ifadesine bakar mısınız?
What’s wrong with thinking ‘cocain makes its user creative, that it is still a miracle drug that can make someone write even beyonder than ‘beyond the pleasure principle’?”
“Bu yüzyıl, hakikati ayırt edici bir gösterge sayesinde tanımayı da öğrenmiştir: Hakikat, görünenin tam tersidir. Zarfa değil mazrufa bakmak gerektiğini, insanin gözüne sokarcasına iffetli geçinenlerin belki de kusurlarını örtmeye çalıştığını çoktandır biliyoruzdur elbette.”
"Grosskurth (1986) reported that when Klein presented "A Study of Envy and Gratitude" for the first time at the Geneva Conference in 1955, Winnicott, "stunned, held his head in his hands, muttering, 'Oh no, she can't do this!' " (p. 414)."