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Sorenson, R.L. (1994). Reply to Spezzano. Psychoanal. Dial., 4(4):667-672.

(1994). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 4(4):667-672

Reply to Spezzano Related Papers

Randall Lehmann Sorenson, Ph.D.

In his thoughtful and perceptive commentary Spezzano raises two issues to which I would like to respond. The first pertains to the point at which in my essay, as he says, “I found myself wishing he had explained in more detail why he thinks we can go this far down the social constructivist road without relativistic panic.” The second has to do with Spezzano's conception of Winnicott's transitional phenomena as a metaphorical location, a “psychological continent between reality and fantasy.”

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