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Erroteta, J.M. (2005). Visiones de España. Reflections de un psicoanalista [Visions of Spain. Reflections of a psychoanalyst] By Cecilio Paniagua Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva. 2004. 302 pp.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 86(3):919-922.

(2005). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 86(3):919-922

Visiones de España. Reflections de un psicoanalista [Visions of Spain. Reflections of a psychoanalyst] By Cecilio Paniagua Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva. 2004. 302 pp.

Review by:
José María Erroteta

The author of this book has given us a work of applied psychoanalysis, in the strictest and most admirable sense. At no time does he depart from a psychoanalytic vision, making clear that the difficulty of steering safely into port grows with each step leading away from the relative (but comfortable) security of the consulting room into the inclemency of human events in everyday life and history.

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