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Frosch, J.P. (1993). Oedipus and Beyond: A Clinical Theory: By Jay Greenberg. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 1991. Pp. 274.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 74:194-197.

(1993). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 74:194-197

Oedipus and Beyond: A Clinical Theory: By Jay Greenberg. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 1991. Pp. 274.

Review by:
James P. Frosch

Over the past decade Jay Greenberg, writing at times with Stephen Mitchell and at times alone, has established himself as a scholarly and lucid critic of psychoanalytic thinking. In their 1983 book Object Relations and Psychoanalytic Theory, he and Mitchell claimed that from the beginning in psychoanalysis there existed an irreconcilable and enduring tension between a view of human beings that emphasised the vicissitudes of drives, and one that emphasised the relational world. Both authors have built on the foundation of this earlier work.

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