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Bass, A. (2004). “Imagine, I Am a Great Soothsayer”— The Future Is Now: Commentary on Melanie Suchet's “Whose Mind Is It Anyway?”. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 5(1):303-316.

(2004). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 5(1):303-316

“Imagine, I Am a Great Soothsayer”— The Future Is Now: Commentary on Melanie Suchet's “Whose Mind Is It Anyway?” Related Papers

Anthony Bass, Ph.D.

This paper explores the realm of the patient's intuitive knowledge of the analyst and its expression in the matrix of tranference- countertransference through dreams, enactments, and other sometimes uncanny phenomena first observed by Ferenzci, who referred to psychoanalysis as a “dialogue of unconsciouses.” Such phenomena are discussed in historical perspective and in the context of Suchet's case study of her work with a patient whose dreams appeared to reveal direct intuitive knowledge of her analyst's inner world.

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