Applied Psychiatry


GALILEO GALILEI, By Bertolt Brecht, As a Metaphor for the Continuous Transformational Movement of Thought

Author(s): Luís Delgado

The author uses the genesis of the conception of Bertolt Brecht’s play “Galileo Galilei” to metaphorize the creative, moving, contradictory, paradoxical thought, determined largely by powerful emotional factors. The Theory of Transformations, a psychoanalytic model proposed by Bion (1963), is called to better understand the transformation, fundamental and defining operation of the psyche, mental life, the possibility of thinking and create, through the binomials PS <-> D and (♀♂), as well as the links L, H, K.


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