DEBATE BETWEEN KOHUT (HK) AND KERNBERG (OK) 科胡特与康伯格的争论
作者: 《动医》 / 5476次阅读 时间: 2009年10月04日
来源: www.bapfelbaumphd.com 标签: Kernberg kernberg Kohut kohut KOHUT 康伯格 科胡特
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姚小青译本及评注

朱一峰译本及评注

英文原文

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科胡特和克恩伯格辩论的纠正翻译和分析解读

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前言:最近对这篇短短的辩论很感兴趣,于是不自量力把mints的翻译觉得不精准的地方重新翻译了,附上英文原文,愿意和同行们关于这些翻译讨论。括号里的红字是我对俩人的对话的理解和一些解读,这些当然直接影响翻译。

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$i;ou?h0OK:Heinz, are you not indulging the patient's grandiose fantasy that he is the superior one, patronizing the therapist? 

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:s sTjm7J({ k0HK:Of course. The patient must be indulged in this fantasy if he is to experience this developmental stage. His grandiosity must be permitted. This is difficult because for the patient to act out such fantasies alienates the therapist. It is a test of the therapist's capacity for empathy.

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Jx XTES@d(U0OK:No, that is not the countertransference problem. The countertransference problem is therapist's fear of the patient's anger. The therapist hesitates to confront the patient's fantasy for fear of provoking his rage. It is a test of whether the therapist can withstand the patient's rage. Indulging the patient's grandiosity only supports a defense against this rage. The rage is generated by the feelings of inferiority that the patient's grandiosity also defends against.心理学空间)fC/l ["f/H#u2H5ec

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克恩伯格:不,这不是反移情的问题。反移情问题是治疗师害怕病人的愤怒。治疗师犹豫着不敢面对病人的幻想,害怕激怒他的愤怒。这是在测试治疗师能否忍受病人的愤怒。纵容病人的自大,只会支持他防御这种愤怒。愤怒是由病人的自卑情结引起的,病人的自大也是在防御这种自卑。(前面科胡特认为病人的自大幻想是移情,可是柯恩伯格的反应是很好玩的,他说这不是反移情的问题,然后他讲了反移情是怎样的。这里他转换了话题。当然他讲的治疗师可能有的反移情现象没错的。问题是他不认为病人的自大幻想是移情。后面他也说他的病人没有移情能力。)

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科胡特:是的,当然,这个概念很有说服力,很多著名的临床医生都这么认为。之前,我自己也接受(这样的观点)。然而,我后来的结论是:病人的愤怒是反应性的。他很生气,因为你对他的自大进行的诠释(分析),实际上你攻击他的自恋

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克恩伯格:哦,但他不能享受他的自恋,因为他真的在治疗师面前感觉自卑。(柯恩伯格为自己辩论。)(这点确实是对的,也是俩人都认同的。自恋人格障碍患者的问题是潜意识里也评判自己的自恋,他们的自卑是身份上觉得自己是有问题的。治疗的目的是帮他们建立起自我身份认同感。)

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OK:There is no need for interpretations to be experienced as a demand by the therapist as long as the therapist is neutral.心理学空间Fl%g)_UG2y

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If I may say so, my model gives the therapist a way to accept what the patient is doing and so provides him with a way to cope with the countertransference.

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科胡特:问题是(这里要)共情,而非中立。我不认为你的立场显示有任何中立。如果你允许病人将你排除在外,你有可能感觉到失败吗?即使被排斥的感觉并没有激怒你,为了病人的利益,你得阻止他忽视和贬低你,对吗?可这些您能决定吗?(科胡特强调的是治疗师和病人建立的关系)

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或许我可以这么说,我的治疗模型给了治疗师一种接受病人所做的方法,因此为治疗师提供了一种处理反移情的方法。

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OK:Wait a minute. What you say about empathy, after all, goes without saying. I have to say that what you are really doing here is advocating complicity with the patient's withdrawal into grandiosity that you are obviously not all that happy with yourself.

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克恩伯格:等一下。毕竟,共情那是自不必说的。我不得不说,你在这里真正做的,是鼓吹和病人退缩到自大的共谋之中,显然你在这种共谋之中,对自己也并不那么满意。

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科胡特:【科胡特保持沉默,允许科恩伯格自大。】

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OK:[continuing] I cannot see that your complicity--call it what you will--your endless patience, is any more than a manipulation, a corrective experience. And one that is not likely to be very corrective since we are talking about severely regressed patients who will interpret your behavior in magical, omnipotent ways.

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HK:Otto, Otto. You really cannot take empathy for granted. To sustain it is a demanding task that can never be completely successful. It does not simply mean being a good diagnostician. You seem to be overlooking the fact that these patients are constantly testing the therapist over a long period, both with their grandiosity and with their tantrums.

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7Nh1j:]h9nT0克恩伯格:好的,现在你可以看到。我们可能只是在谈论不同的病人。你刚才所说的很明显,你想让移情得到发展。但是我描述的许多病人都不能忍受分析。那些能够容忍分析的人,就是那些能够容忍你的“共情”的人,他们已经接受了你的权威。我病人的发脾气是真实的事情。(克恩伯格认为科胡特的病人病情没那么重,能够被共情的病人是能接受分析的病人,病人愿意接受治疗师为权威。言外之意是他的病人不能发展移情,不能被共情,也不能接受分析,是病更重。)心理学空间w{/O?XC

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HK:But those who have read my work realize that I do not think of these patients as capable of a transference. They experience the analyst as a selfobject. This must be allowed, which means not requiring the patient to take your interpretations lying down, if I may jest a bit here. The goal of treatment with such patients is for them to ultimately be able to experience the analyst as an authority; it cannot be a prerequisite for analysis.心理学空间S HxO+q

0@i~I*xey&}g(A9K0科胡特:但是那些读过我的作品的人意识到,我认为这些病人不具备移情能力。他们将分析师体验为自体客体(这里可以理解为病人的自我是虚空的自我中心的,不和任何客体产生关系的自我,也不接受影响的自我)。这些必须要允许的,这些意味着不需要病人接受你的诠释(分析)——如果我可以在这里有一丝的嘲弄的话。(诚然)治疗此类患者的最终目的就是让他们能够将分析师视为权威;(但)这不能成为分析的先决条件。心理学空间C \S(mdeo`M

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还有,你说,这些病人会误解我的克制(前面克恩伯格说科胡特有无尽的耐心),但我必须对你的信心表示异议,因为他们有能力不误解你的解释(分析)。

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HK:Now, there you have it. By insisting on your authority in this way, you are taking the traditional position, that you are right and the patient is wrong, and that the patient should learn to appreciate that fact. But what you are doing here is duing the patient's duation of you. I'm afraid that the more objective you try to be, the more that will prevent the patient from being able to experience an object relationship.

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科胡特:现在,在这里你可以看到。你坚持自己权威的方式,是采取传统立场,即,你是对的,病人是错的,病人应该学会欣赏这个事实。但你在这里这么做,是因为病人评价了你(科胡特认为,病人不接受克恩伯格的分析而发脾气,克恩伯格无意识里认为是评价他的)。恐怕你越是客观,病人就越无法能够体验到一种客体的关系。

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OK:Resistance to analyzing or to making interpretations takes many forms. You will admit, I'm sure, that you are not the first, nor will you be the last, to offer corrective experience, to use parameters--call it what you will--rather than to endure the rigors of the negative transference. 

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Kernberg gets the last word because Kohut has to respect his narcissism. Kohut has to fall silent at a key point because he obviously can't say to Kernberg that he does not want to injure his narcissism. The point is that since Kohut's views are not that different from Kernberg's, he has to avoid interpreting. He only has id analytic criticisms of Kernberg's id analysis.心理学空间|gA;hi J;@.C,\~

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)}7c{s,y6zp5w0科胡特的病人的“自大”和他们的发脾气就像科恩伯格病人的愤怒一样是医源性的。参见《自我分析与自体心理学》中的F小姐的案例(这个尾注的作者是认为科胡特和柯恩伯格病人的自大,愤怒都是他们工作不当引起的。其实科胡特在F小姐案例中很坦诚地讲了他怎样犯科恩伯格这样的错误,所以他说病人的愤怒是反应性的,是治疗师没有连接和共情,分析病人,攻击了病人的自恋导致的。这个案例的挫败和经验才让他开始创立自体心理学的。还有病人的自大不是医源性的,病人可都是自恋人格障碍患者啊!)

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科胡特:当然(可以有)。如果病人要经历这个发展阶段,他必须被允许 在这种幻想之中。他的夸大 必须得到允许。这(允许他的夸大 ,对治疗师来说)很困难,因为病人表现出这样的幻想会疏远 治疗师。这是在测试治疗师的共情能力。心理学空间Zk se3Af~w;h

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克恩伯格:不,这不是反移情的问题。反移情问题是治疗师害怕病人的愤怒。治疗师不愿意面质患者的幻想 ,害怕激怒他的愤怒。这是在测试治疗师是否能够忍受病人的愤怒。纵容病人的夸大 ,只是 支持了治疗师 对这 愤怒的防御。愤怒是由病人的自卑情结引起的,病人的夸大 也是在防御这种自卑。

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科胡特:是的,当然,这个想法(concept) 很有说服力,很多著名的临床医生都这么认为。之前,我自己也接受(这样的观点)。然而,我后来的结论是:病人的愤怒是反应性的。他很生气,因为你对他的夸大 的诠释,实际上是在攻击他的自恋。心理学空间g{lRt[ ?P

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科胡特:但是那些读过我的作品的人意识到,我认为这些病人不具备移情能力。他们将分析师体验为自体客体。这意味着不去要求患者毫不反抗地接受你的诠释。如果我这里有些顽皮的话,请允许   。治疗此类患者的最终目的就是让他们能够将分析师视为权威;这不能成为分析的先决条件。心理学空间K)i I_6ns*T

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还有,你说,这些病人会误解我的克制,但我必须质疑你(对他们不会误解你的诠释之能力)的信心 。

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(科胡特说你说他们会误解我,但同样他们也可能会误解你啊。)

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克恩伯格:好吧,你只不过是在谈论诠释的艺术:时机,准确性,以及其他的一切。

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科胡特:现在,你已经明白 。你坚持自己权威的方式,采取的是传统立场,即,你是对的,病人是错的,病人应该学会欣赏这一事实。但实际上你之所以在此如是为之,是因为病人贬低了你。恐怕你越是客观,病人就越无法能够体验到一种客体的关系。

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DEBATE  BETWEEN KOHUT (HK) AND KERNBERG (OK)

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HK: Yes, well certainly that is a persuasive concept, and many eminent clinicians find it so. I formerly accepted it myself. However, I have since come to the conclusion that the patient's rage is reactive. He is angry because in interpreting his grandiosity you have, in reality, attacked his narcissism.

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HK: The word is empathic, not neutral. I don't think there is any way to be neutral from your position. Aren't you at risk for feeling like you have failed if you allow the patient to exclude you? Even if feeling excluded did not provoke you, is it not still up to you, for the patient's sake, to prevent him from ignoring and depreciating you?

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HK: [Falls silent at this point, permitting Kernberg's grandiosity.]

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,h?(Q-K}0OK: [continuing] I cannot see that your complicity--call it what you will--your endless patience, is any more than a manipulation, a corrective experience. And one that is not likely to be very corrective since we are talking about severely regressed patients who will interpret your behavior in magical, omnipotent ways.

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HK: Otto, Otto. You really cannot take empathy for granted. To sustain it is a demanding task that can never be completely successful. It does not simply mean being a good diagnostician. You seem to be overlooking the fact that these patients are constantly testing the therapist over a long period, both with their grandiosity and with their tantrums.

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