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WidlöCher, D. (2004). The Third in Mind. Psychoanal Q., 73(1):197-213.

(2004). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 73(1):197-213

The Third in Mind

Daniel WidlöCher, M.D.

Various aspects of the occult as they relate to psychoanalysis are discussed in this article. Drawing on both Freud's writings and Granoff and Rey's (1983) work on the occult in Freudian thought, the author considers the concept of co-thinking and its manifestations in clinical work. The psychoanalytic third is viewed in the context of the occult element known as thought transference, or thought transmission, and is also considered as it bears on psychoanalytic supervision.

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