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    Disciplines of Attention
     
    [ 作者: Anomnimoty   来自:期刊原文   已阅:1762   时间:2006-12-25   录入:douyuebo

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                Newman explores three approaches, "disciplines," to
                cognitive/emotional transformation. Practitioners of each discipline
                alter emotions by acts of attention to, and revised explanations of,
                emotional constellations focused during concentrated periods of
                work. In the light of insights derived from philosophical work on
                emotions, N. compares and contrasts how a (Theravada) Buddhist
                meditator deals with craving, how an Ignatian exercitant combats
                inordinate attachments, desolation, and false consolation, and how a
                Freudian analyst handles transference. 

                N. modestly admits that his work "is by no means a complete study of
                any one of these forms of practice" (8). This reviewer, however, has
                experienced all three of the disciplines, was trained in Freudian
                analysis, and has conducted directees through the Ignatian
                Exercises. From this perspective I praise N. for having grasped the
                spirit, the essence of each tradition its theory, and practice. He
                has also mastered the relevant primary and secondary texts profusely
                cited in lively dialogue with each other throughout. E.g., in
                "Discerning the Right Love of God," Ignatius's directives are
                contextualized within theological premises drawn from Augustine,
                Aquinas, Whitehead, and Pannenberg. Certain aspects of the Exercises
                encourage transference reactions and regression that are accordingly
                analyzed from within a psychoanalytic viewpoint. The criterion of
                peace as the sign of the true love of God is related to the object
                of true love in mindfulness meditation namely "one that can be held
                in full and conscious attention, with full awareness of causes"
                (173).

                Criticisms might predictably derive from those disagreeing with any
                of N.'s philosophical positions (e.g. the illusory nature of the
                ego/self), but all in all, N. has made a major contribution to
                interreligious and interdisciplinary dialogue.
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