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Shane, E. Shane, M. (1998). The Fate of Narcissistic Rage in Psychotherapy: A Commentary on Discussions by Stephen Mitchell, James Fosshage, Adrienne Harris, and David Raphling on the Theory and Clinical Application of Aggression Based on a Case Presentation by Anna Ornstein. Psychoanal. Inq., 18(1):120-136.

(1998). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 18(1):120-136

The Fate of Narcissistic Rage in Psychotherapy: A Commentary on Discussions by Stephen Mitchell, James Fosshage, Adrienne Harris, and David Raphling on the Theory and Clinical Application of Aggression Based on a Case Presentation by Anna Ornstein

Estelle Shane, Ph.D. and Morton Shane, M.D.

We have been treated in this issue to an enormously rich set of presentations on the important topic of aggression. Beginning with Robert J. Leider's historical overview of this crucial aspect of the psychoanalytic comprehension of human experience, there follow three theoretical statements on aggression, by James Fosshage, Adrienne Harris, and Stephen Mitchell, each statement written from a different theoretical perspective.

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