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Lichtenberg, J.D. (1983). Editor's Note. Psychoanal. Inq., 3(1):1.

(1983). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 3(1):1

Editor's Note Related Papers

Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.

Commentaries on ping-nie pao's Schizophrenic Disorders is a very special issue for the editors of Psychoanalytic Inquiry. It celebrates the significance of a book that summarizes the life work of one of our initial group of consulting editors. It also allows us to pay a posthumous tribute to a warmly liked and respected colleague. This issue, including the choice of most of the essayists, was planned before Dr. Pao's death so we are grateful that he had the opportunity to enjoy the prospect of having his work critically evaluated by a group of fellow experts. As our readers know from the previous Commentaries (on John Gedo's Beyond Interpretation, and Henri Parens' The Development of Aggression in Early Childhood), we customarily invite the author of the book to write an essay responding to the commentators. Pao was eagerly awaiting his opportunity to compose his response when his unanticipated early sudden death occurred. Just prior to his death, Pao had a burst of creative activity, including a paper he had promised to write for a book on empathy to appear on the Psychoanalytic Inquiry book series. As we puzzled over what to do to fill the void at the end of this issue, it occurred to us that this paper provided us with Pao's measured thoughts about the clinical framework within which he worked. Although we do not have the “Measure for Measure” response of Gedo and Parens found in our other Commentaries, we do have a contribution from Pao that I am sure the readers will agree is at the high level of the other essays in this issue.

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