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Canestri, J. (2009). Editor's Introdction. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 90(2):329-329.

(2009). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 90(2):329-329

Education Section

Editor's Introdction

Jorge Canestri

In this issue of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis we are introducing a new modality for presenting the work of the Education Section.

In accordance with the suggestion of some of the readers of the Journal who requested a greater integration of works on the same theme, we have now grouped such works together in the same issue.

We have followed the same criteria as in the past by inviting authors who represent different currents of psychoanalytic thought as well as being experts in the theme to be developed. The regional criteria of taking into consideration the distribution of the authors across the three IPA regions has always been respected, although on some occasions it cannot be rigidly applied.

In this issue the reader will find three works on the concept of truth in psychoanalysis, with particular attention to clinical work and the psychoanlytic process.

The three authors, David Bell, Philip M. Bromberg and Charles Hanly, develop their ideas from different points of view, making this combination particularly interesting quite apart from the intrinsic quality of the works.

We shall continue with this system in the next issues of the Journal, hoping that it will meet with the interest and approval of our readers.

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