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Likierman, M. (2006). Some Questions About Divergences and Similarities Between Kleinian and Intersubjective Approaches: Reply to Commentaries. Psychoanal. Dial., 16(4):407-412.

(2006). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 16(4):407-412

Some Questions About Divergences and Similarities Between Kleinian and Intersubjective Approaches: Reply to Commentaries Related Papers

Meira Likierman, Ph.D.

In this response I focus on some key issues raised by the different approaches of Kleinian and intersubjective clinicians. In particular, I raise questions about how the analyst's subjectivity is to be understood, given that the analyst needs to offer something that is over and above her pure subjective reaction. I also discuss projective identification and its implications for understanding the analyst's subjectivity.

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