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Lear, J. (2018). Jonathan Lear on ‘Wisdom Won from Illness: The Psychoanalytic Grasp of Human Being’. PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):26.

(2018). PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):26

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Jonathan Lear, Ph.D.

Jonathan Lear shows how the work of key writers in the Western philosophical tradition can illuminate our understanding of the process of change in psychoanalysis. He explains the distinction between theoretical and practical wisdom and its relevance to psychoanalysis using a detailed clinical example and discusses the significance of free association in facilitating the process of change.

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