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Psychoanal 75 :3-19. OGDEN, T.H. (1997). Reverie and interpretation . Jason Aronson, Northvale NJ. OGDEN, T.H. (2005). The art of psychoanalysis . Routledge, London. OGDEN, T.H. (2007). On talking-as-dreaming. . Int J Psychoanal 88 :575-589. OGDEN, T.H. (2016). Reclaimed unlived life. Experiences in psychoanalysis. Routledge, London. PEIRCE, C.S. (1908). Play of Musement. In Opere [Collected Papers]. Bompiani, Milano, 2011. PEIRCE, C.S. (1929). Guessing. In Opere [Collected Papers]. Bompiani, Milano, 2011. PROPP, V.J. (1928). Morfologia della fiaba [ Morphology o


This article aims at highlighting the specificities of Gaston Bachelard’s «La poétique de la rêverie» (The Poetics of Reverie), seen as the pivot of Motesquieu’s imaginary creation in Persian Letters. The Same and the Other are two essential terms when trying to find the place imagology plays in an intercultural approach where France and Persia are associated with an enchanted exoticism. Criteria such as space, taste, the marvellous and verisimilitude will be examined in order to analyse the images vehiculated by the perceived society (France) and by the perceiving one (Persia) and to evaluate Montesquieu’s genius for social irony.

-Australian-British film. CASSORLA, R.M.S. (2012). What happens before and after acute enactments? An exercise in clinical validation and the broadening of hypotheses. Int J Psychoanal 93 :53-80. CIVITARESE, G. (2013). Embodied Field, Somatic Reverie and Patients with Blocks To Symbolization. Panel 92, Prague-I.PA. Congress . CIVITARESE, G. (2014). Truth and the Uunconscious in Psychoanalysis. Routledge, London 2016. DE MATTOS, J.AJ., BRAGA, J.C. (2013). Primitive Conscience. In Growth and turbulence in the container contained by Levine, H.B. and Brown L.J. Routledge, N.Y. DIAMOND


This article presents a summary of the theses advanced in Bion’s Transformations and describes their application by the analyst in the session. It then discusses the development of post-Bionian transformations in dreaming and play. Clinical material illustrates how these transformations may become effective therapeutic tools.

References Bachelard, Gaston. La poétique de la rêverie. Paris : PUF, 1960. Boulnois, Olivier. Au-delà de l'image, Une archéologie du visuel au Moyen Age, Ve-XVIe siècle. Paris, 2008. Chenu, Marie-Dominique. Pour une théologie du travail. Paris 1950. ---- La théologie au douzième siècle. Paris, 1957. Debray, Régis. Cours de médiologie générale. Paris, 1991. Deremble, Jean-Paul. Les vitraux légendaires de Chartres, des récits en images, foreword by Michel Pastoureau. Paris, 1988. Hartog, François. Régimes d'historicité. Présentisme et expériences du temps, Paris

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REFERENCES ABREVAYA, E. (2013). Kadınlığın uzun ve dolambaçlı yolu [The long and long-winded road of femininity]. Bağlam Yayınları, Istanbul. BERGSTEIN, A. (2013). Transcending the caesura: Reverie, dreaming and counter-dreaming. Int J Psychoanal 94 (4): 621-644. BION, W.R. (1962). The psychoanalytic study of thinking. Int J Psychoanal 43 :306-310. BION, W.R. (1963). Elements of Psychoanalysis . Heinemann, London. BION, W.R. (1994). Emotional turbulence, In Clinical seminars and other works . Karnac Books, London, 1976, pp. 295-306. FREUD, S. (1923). The

29 NOSTALGIA FOR A DIGITAL OBJECT PLENARY SESSION II Digital Aestethics Nostalgia for a Digital Object* Regrets on the Quickening of QuickTime VIVIAN SOBCHACK Whenever I watch QuickTime “movies”, I find myself drawn into someone else’s – and my computer’s – memory. Faced with their strange collections, moving collages, and juxtapositions of image-objects whose half-life I can barely re-member, I tend to drift into a reverie not quite my own. Indeed, the form usually evokes from me the kind of tem- poral nostalgia and spatial intensity I feel not at the movies but

Collaboration: Managing Conflict and Cooperation Interorganizational Systems?. MIS Quarterly, 20, pp. 279-300. . 21. Kwaśnicki, W. (2005). Gospodarka społeczna z perspektywy ekonomii liberalnej. Trzeci Sektor, nr 2 . 22. Lado, A., Boyd, N.G., Hanlon, S.C. (1997). Competition, cooperation, and the search for economic rents: A syncretic model. Academy of Management Review, Vol. 22, nr 1 , pp. 110-141. 23. Leonard, P., Leonard, L.J. (2001). The collaborative prescription: remedy or reverie?. Int. J


playing together. In this way, the authentic becomes a function of the encounter. In this encounter, the analyst is in a state of reverie, as Fulvio Mazzacane tells us, “ that state of mind open to the reception of all the objects coming from the loved object” (p.6) The exchanges that become so possible lead to the creation of a space where the two protagonists become functions of the space and the origin of their interventions and the roles played can not be clearly traced. From that moment on, the encounter has its own life and will transform the interaction in