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Aron, L. (2012). Min(d)ing Michael Shoshani (Rosenbaum's) Dare to be Human: Introduction. Psychoanal. Dial., 22(1):7-10.

(2012). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22(1):7-10

Min(d)ing Michael Shoshani (Rosenbaum's) Dare to be Human: Introduction

Lewis Aron, Ph.D.

This introduction describes several of the unique features of Michael Shoshani (Rosenbaum's) (2009) Dare to be Human, a book that features the exceptionally broad and detailed case presentation of the psychoanalytic treatment of Daniel. Access is provided to the overall course of the analysis, samples of process and dialogue, biographical background information about the analyst, and two chapters authored by the patient posttreatment. A summary of the case is provided for those not familiar with the book, and four commentators take up varying aspects of this case presentation.

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