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Volume 10 (2003)

Issue 1
Features
Keeping on Moving  1
David Armstrong
The Work Group Revisited: Reflections on the Practice of Group Relations  14
David Armstrong
Money as Signifier: A Lacanian Insight into the Monetary Order  25
Gilles Arnaud
Florence Nightingale and the Myth of the Virgin Mother  44
Liane Aukin
Peace and Terror: Psychoanalytic Concepts of Psychosis and George Mitchell's Management of the Northern Ireland Peace Process  84
Shawn Tower
A Note on What Winnicott Might Have Said About The Terrorist Attack on The World Trade Center in New York on September 2001: The Montreal Winnicott Study Group  142
Roslyn Wolfe Glickman, M.S.W., P.S.W.
Issue 2
Features
A Supplemental Interpretation for Sigmund Freud's ‘Kasten Scene’ vis-à-vis Julius Freud's Burial Chamber: Overshadowing Religious Beliefs Coupled with Visualizations of Loss  151
Lawrence M. Ginsburg
The Uncanny Stranger: Haunting the Australian Settler Imagination  165
Simon Clarke and Anthony Moran
Masud Khan's Analysis with Donald Winnicott: On the Hazards of Befriending a Patient  190
Brett Kahr
A Habermas Kritik  223
Gary Winship
Mathematics and the Quest for Certainty: Some Psychoanalytic Observations  236
James W. Hamilton
A Critical Psychoanalysis Project  245
Emilio Modena
Em Farrell Talks with Jeanne Magagna about Anorexia Nervosa  264
Em Farrell and Jeanne Magagna
Psychoanalysis, Violence, and Rage-Type Murder, Murdering Minds by Duncan Cartwright. Brunner-Routledge, 2002.  275
Rose Wigan
Issue 3
Features
Loss, Illusional Systems of Defence and Possible Reparation in Two Works by Ian McEwan  283
Sharon Keating
Cultural Contributions to Pride: The Vicissitudes of Identification, Valuation, and the Refusal to Surrender  331
Ryan LaMothe, Ph.D.
The Light of the Mind: Poetry and Depression  352
Eileen Aird
What, If Anything, Can Be Done About My Anti-Semitism?  360
Robert M. Young
The White Male Therapist/Helper as (M)other to the Black Male Patient/Client: Some Intersubjective Considerations  382
Olatokunbo Aralepo
Issue 4
Features
Valerie Sinason Talks to Graeme Galton  401
Graeme Galton
The Right to be at Risk  420
Joseph H. Berke
Lincoln, Mandela and the Depressive Position  431
Robert M. Young
How to Cope with Social Disasters  454
Janine Puget
A Life's Work: On Rodman's Winnicott  472
Steven Groarke
Analysis Behind Bars  498
Stephen A. Kurtz
To Redeem One Person is to Redeem the World: The Life of Frieda Fromm-Reichman by Gail A. Hornstein. New York: The Free Press, 2000. Pp. xxxii+480. $35.  505
Joseph H. Berke
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