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In Freud's Tracks : Conversations from the Journal of European Psychoanalysis - Sergio Benvenuto

In Freud's Tracks

Conversations from the Journal of European Psychoanalysis

By: Sergio Benvenuto (Editor), Anthony Molino (Editor)

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Hosting the likes of Bollas, Castoriadis, Cremerius, Dolto, Fachinelli, Kernberg, Kristeva, Laplanche, Roudinesco, and others, Anthony Molino and Sergio Benvenuto have convened some of the world's most prominent psychoanalysts in what Jeremy Safran calls 'a beautifully edited and polished collection, one [that offers] a deepened appreciation of the potential that psychoanalysis has as a vitally alive intellectual discipline and a powerful cultural and political force.' In the driving spirit of the Journal of European Psychoanalysis, In Freud's Tracks marks an ongoing celebration of the promise and freedom in any genuine psychoanalytic enterprise.


Chapter 1 Preface
Chapter 2 Introduction
Chapter 3 I. Windows on History
Chapter 4 Life and Times, Values and Visions
Chapter 5 Freudianism in France
Chapter 6 Psychoanalysis in America
Chapter 7 The Impossible Training of Analysts
Chapter 8 Into Fiction, Through Catastrophe
Chapter 9 II. Psychoanalysis, Philosophy, and Politics
Chapter 10 The Emergence of the Unconscious in Western Thought
Chapter 11 Freudian Models of Language
Chapter 12 Psychoanalysis and Sacrifice
Chapter 13 The Psychoanalyst's Narcissistic Wound
Chapter 14 Of Autonomy, Individualism, and Psychoanalysis
Chapter 15 III. Clinical Practice and Society
Chapter 16 The Mirror's Child
Chapter 17 Masochism and Sexuality
Chapter 18 Narcissism: The American Contribution
Chapter 19 Group-Analysis Today
Chapter 20 Psychoanalysis and Homosexuality

ISBN: 9780765706324
ISBN-10: 0765706326
For Ages: 1 - 17 years old
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 248
Published: 25th November 2008
Publisher: University Press of America