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Neuman, Y. (2009). On love, hate and knowledge. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 90(4):697-712.

(2009). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 90(4):697-712

On love, hate and knowledge

Yair Neuman

(Final version accepted 10 December 2008)

In this short theoretical paper. I discuss Bion's three relations of love, hate, and knowledge, using Peirce's semiotic theory of relations and Bakhtin's semiotic/philosophical writings. Reading Bion through the prism of these resources allows us to better understand the meaning and ontogenesis of the basic relations and to examine their clinical explanatory value.

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