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Holmes, J. (2004). On: The idea of a moral philosophy: The impact of psychoanalysis on philosophy in Britain. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 85(1):201-202.

(2004). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 85(1):201-202

On: The idea of a moral philosophy: The impact of psychoanalysis on philosophy in Britain Related Papers

Jeremy Holmes

Dear Sirs,

Lear (2003) provides a depressing account of the failure of British philosophy to be influenced in any way ‘whatsoever’ by psychoanalysis, albeit with a glimmer of hope for the future based on the ideas of Williams (2002).

Lear fails to mention, however, that there has been a degree of two-way traffic between the two disciplines. Holmes and Lindley (1998) put forward a Millian justification for psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

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