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List of Articles


Volume 5 (1995)

Issue 1
Free associations, truth, morality and engagement  1
Andrew Cooper and Amal Treacher
Features
Paranoid knowledge  10
Roger Bacon
The third as the illusion and the necessary mediator of authority: sociological and psychoanalytical reflections.  47
Göran Dahl
Poem
Notes on the null dimension  66
Shirah Kober Zeller
Psychoanalysis and Culture
Dostoevsky's devil: primitive agony and the uncanny  68
Duncan Barford
Clinical Issues
Essences and their trajectories as backdrop in clinical stories  81
Maurice Apprey, Ph.D.
A statement about play and adults in analytic psychotherapy  103
Carlotta Johnson
Psyche: Two Letters  111
H.-M. Lohmann
“Reshuffle” to Preserve Psyche “from major harm” …?  113
Helmut Dahmer
Issue 2
Interview
From the monad to autonomy: Cornelius Castoriadis  123
Jean-Claude Polack and Sparta Castoriadis
Articles
Violence and privacy: what if the container fails?  150
Rob Weatherill
Issues
The vicissitudes of transference and countertransference: the work of Harold Searles  171
Robert M. Young
Characters in search of a theatre: organization as theatre for the drama of childhood and the drama at work  196
Burkard Sievers
A group-dynamic understanding of structural violence and group psychotherapy  221
Andreas von Wallenberg Pachaly
A. Easthope Poetry and Phantasy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989, 227 pages, hb £32.50  239
Dennis Brown
S. Turkle, Psychoanalytic Politics: Freud's French Revolution, Free Association Books, 1993, second edition, 345 pp, £15.95  245
Darian Leader
L. Ormont, The Group Therapy Experience From Theory to Practice, St. Martin's Press: New York, 1992, 239 pp.  249
John Gordon
Issue 3
Interview
Vamik Volkan talks to Adeline van Waning  261
Adeline van Waning
Private practice, public life: is a psychoanalytic politics possible?  275
Paul Gordon
Articles
On demoralization: the epistemological, administrative, and emotional obstacles  289
Joseph Stelzer
Dreaming the other: ideology and character in John Le Carré's novels  303
Andrew Cooper
Reaching beyond denial: sight and in-sight—a way forward? (drawing on the theory of Freud, Klein, Winnicott, Lacan, and Kristeva)  326
Rosalind Minsky
The legend of Sweeney Todd and its relevance to theories of narcissistic development  352
James W. Hamilton
Communion and invasion: outer space and inner space  357
Ian Parker
Noreen O'Connor and Joanna Ryan Wild Desires and Mistaken Identities, Lesbianism and Psychoanalysis. London: Virago, 1993, 315 pages, pb £12.99  377
Chris Oakley
James Hillman and Michael Ventura We've had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy—And the World's Getting Worse. London: Harper Collins, 1992, 242 pp. pb £11.99.  381
Christopher Fortune
Meg Harris Williams and Margot Waddell The Chamber of Maiden Thought: Literary Origins of the Psychoanalytic Model of the Mind. London: Tavistock/Routledge, 1991, 217 pages, pb £12.99  385
Dennis Brown
Cornelius Castoriadis Political and Social Writings. Volume 3, 1961-1979: Recommencing the Revolution: From Socialism to the Autonomous Society, Translated and edited by David Ames Curtis, University of Minnesota Press, 1992, 363 pp. £49.95 (hardback), £19.95 (paperback).: Cornelius Castoriadis, Philosophy, Politics, Autonomy: essays in political philosophy, Edited by David Ames Curtis, Oxford University Press, 1991, 276 pp, £12.95.  390
Paul Gordon
Issue 4
Interview
Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen talks to Chris Oakley  423
Chris Oakley
Articles
Narcissism: pathology of the post-modern self or healthy and socially progressive investment of the interests of self-centered subject-hood? For Robert Young  453
Marike Finlay-de Monchy
Psychoanalysis and the horror film  483
Michael Grant
Money and fetishism  492
Leslie Blumberg, Ph.D.
Self and object functions in language as a transitional phenomenon  518
Elaine G. Caruth
What is psychosis?  536
Alex Tarnopolsky, L. Paul Chesterman and Alice M. Parshall
The Cambridge Companion to Freud Edited by Jerome Neu. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991, 356 pages,  567
Barry Richards
On Freud's “Observations on Transference Love” Edited by Ethel Spector Person, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993, 194 pages. £17.50  571
David Mann
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