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Bodnar, S. (2004). The “We” in You and Me: Reply to Commentary. Psychoanal. Dial., 14(5):693-698.

(2004). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 14(5):693-698

The “We” in You and Me: Reply to Commentary Related Papers

Susan Bodnar, Ph.D.

White contrasts the primacy of individual personality process with a more dialectical position. Nonetheless, Bodnar reaffirms that understanding dialectical process in self-experience does not detract from the unique self-state of individuality. The philosophical roots of dialecticism indicate that the “I-ness” of me is only enhanced by recognizing dialogic processes, especially in the psychotherapeutic relationship.

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