DPI Takeo( Japanese psychiatrist)
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Biography DPI Takeo
(p. 1920) - Japan. psychiatrist, one of the most prominent representatives of the psychoanalytic trend in Japanese. Cultural. A graduate of Tokyo University Press, founder of Japanese student. psihoanalitich. School Heysaku Kosava (1897-1968). Psychiatry and psychoanalysis also studied in the U.S.. Prof.. Tokyo Zap. D. belongs to one of the most famous and popular Japanese studies in cultural studies, the concepts - the theory of 'amae'. 'Amae' - psikhol. orientation dependence on the condescending attitude to the man on the permissiveness of his behavior in the hope that all the weaknesses and shortcomings will be forgiven by another person - the object of 'amae'. Human behavior from the world of 'amae' like a child's behavior, looking for continued support from their parents, especially his mother, and at the same time rely on their forbearance and benevolence. 'Amae' in general accord with concepts of 'primary love' or 'passive love object', imposed by British. psychoanalyst M. Balint. However, in the western. cultures not recorded clearly understanding the differences of active and passive forms of love, in particular, it is not reflected in the languages of these cultures. Although the phenomenon similar to 'amae', can be found in the psychology and behavior of West. rights, their presence is not as obvious as the Japanese. In contrast to the West. Rights-based independence, the Japanese sought to dependence ( 'amae'), eager and looking for. According to DA, 'amae' - a key concept not only to describe Japanese. mentality, but also the structure of Japanese. of the Society in general. It is on of its vertical hierarchical. structure of relations (the concept of 'Papa Shaka', proposed by Japan. sotsioantropologom T. Nakane) requires 'amae'.
Psychological prototype 'amae' - the relationship of mother and child, began to realize a separate existence from her. 'Amae' can be considered psikhol. attempt to overcome this separation and its sublimation by the desire to assimilate and identify with other. This psychology permeates the entire life of the Japanese attempt to destroy its cause stress and neuroses. In Japanese. lang., unlike the others, many words and expressions, reflecting the phenomenon of 'amae'. Its manifestations are fixed and especially Japan. social relations with the dominance in their sense of duty ( 'weights'), shame ( 'Hansi') and guilt ( 'tsumi'), in a closed hierarchical. nature of Japanese. gruppizma, the artist. culture, ideology.
The success of the theory of 'amae', which had wide resonance in Japan, and the West, has boosted interest in psihoanalitich. interpretations Japanese. culture which formed in the present. while the whole trend in Japanese. Cultural Studies, the most prominent representatives of-cerned, in addition to AD, are X. Kawai, K. Okonogi.