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List of Articles

Volume 18 (2017)

Issue 1 - No. 70
Possession and Lack: The Phallus, Post-Feminism and The Long Kiss Goodnight  1
Leighton Grist
Freud's Cognitive Style: It's a Surprise  34
Charles A. Peterson and Sally N. Phillips
The Market Society and Psychological Suffering: A Fanonian Approach  48
Ryan LaMothe
The Flaw in the Diamond: Paranoid-Schizoid Struggles in The Counselor  70
Christopher W T Miller, Lisa Kebejian and Donald R Ross
Gok Wan ‘On the Couch’: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Programme Strategies and Personal Experience in How to Look Good Naked  96
Theodora Thomadaki
Conversing Does Not Constitute Need: The Case of Psychoanalysis and Its Relationship to Neuroscience  118
Chris Joannidis
A Psychoanalytic Discussion of The Talented Mr. Ripley: (The Faction, New Diorama Theatre London, February 2015)
The Panel in Context: An Introduction to The Talented Mr Ripley  129
Candida Yates
Identity Theft in the Talented Mr. Ripley Panel Discussion  135
Mark Leipacher, Christopher Hughes, Brett Kahr, Iain MacRury and Candida Yates
Issue 2 - No. 71
Analytical and Political Neutrality: Change, Privilege, and Responsibility  1
Matthew H. Bowker, Ph.D.
Wooden Ships: Cultural Cohesion and Continuity in Freud and Erikson  18
Daniel Burston
When a Cigar is Just a Cigar: Psychoanalysis, Politics, and ‘Reversion Compulsion’  27
Kurt Jacobsen
We've Always Been Borderline: Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder as the Site of Radical Subjectivity  51
Bethany A. Morris
Fundamentalism and Terrorism  65
Robert M. Young
A Response to Robert M. Young's ‘Fundamentalism and Terrorism’  86
Barry Richards
Cinema on the Couch
The Body of The Film: The Evocation of Winnicott's Original Facilitating Environment in Michael Hanake's Amour (2012)  89
John Rignell
The Biopsychiatrists' Flying Circus: American Journal of Subatomic Psychiatry CME Quiz: 21st Century Digital Bedside Manner of RoboDocs  106
M. C. Jones
Contra Cyborgs  112
Roger Smith
Book Review
Gregorio Kohon: Reflections on the Aesthetic Experience - Psychoanalysis and the Uncanny. London and New York: Routledge 2016. 175 pages.  116
Sylvia Zwettler-Otte
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