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Volume 26 (2017)

Issue 1 - Parent-infant disturbance: Theory and therapy. International Symposium in Paris, November 13-14, 2015
Rock-A-Bye Baby  1
Valerie Tate Angel
Introductory remarks by the issue editors: The multiple dimensions of the parent–baby story  3
Eva D. Papiasvili and Linda A. Mayers
Opening address by the IPA president to the conference on Parent–Infant Disturbance, Paris, November 13–14, 2015  7
Stefano Bolognini
Welcome to “Parent–Infant Disturbance: Theory and Therapy”  8
Harold P. Blum
Witch-mother is which? The potential role of the analyst in facilitating authentic motherhood  10
Daniel S. Schechter
Postpartum depression and attachment: Is anybody here?  22
Eva D. Papiasvili and Linda A. Mayers
The relationship between the parents and the premature baby  29
Catherine Vanier
Pick up the baby (or dire consequences will ensue)!  33
Jerome S. Blackman
Early consequences of pre-Oedipal maternal deprivation  38
Beatriz Markman Reubins
A new vision of a classical question: How to become a mother?  43
Drina Candilis-Huisman
Blind mothers of suffering babies  49
Tevfika İkiz
Using psychoanalytic concepts to inform interpretations and direct interventions with a baby in working with infants and parents  54
Christine Anzieu-Premmereur
Maternal intrusion: Its roots and consequences  59
Sophie de Mijolla-Mellor
The mother’s mental representation of her infant  64
Harold P. Blum
Report on the XIXth IFPS Forum, “Violence, terror and terrorism today: Psychoanalytic perspectives,” New York City, May 12–15, 2016  70
Marco Conci
Issue 2 - On the opening and closing of possible worlds
On the opening and closing of possible worlds  73
Grigoris Maniadakis
Mentalization as alphabetization of the emotions: Oscillation between the opening and closing of possible worlds  75
Valeria Blasi, Michela Zanette and Antonino Ferro
Reflections, and relative examples, regarding countertransference, empathy, and observation  85
Marinella Lia
Psychic rigidity, therapeutic response and time: Black holes, white holes, “D” and “d”  97
Ian Miller and Alistair Sweet
On the need to be beguiled  105
Christo Joannidis
The training analyst’s self-enhancement  112
Ruth R. Imber
Four kinds of memories in the works of Jorge Luis Borges  121
Luis Kancyper
Au fil du temps … Un itinéraire analytique  129
Carlo Bonomi
Psychoanalytic filiations: Mapping the psychoanalytic movement  131
Carlo Bonomi
Issue 3 - Violence, Terror and Terrorism Today: Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Part I
Violence, terror, and terrorism today: Psychoanalytic perspectives, Part I  135
Valerie Tate Angel
Introductory remarks: “I saw things human beings should never see”  137
Edith Gould
The tripod of terrorism  139
Salman Akhtar
Thoughts on the inner conflict within Islamic culture: Their existential anxieties and ours  160
Malcolm Owen Slavin
The identity struggle within Islam: Discussion of “Thoughts on the inner conflict within Islamic culture: Their existential anxieties and ours,” by Malcolm Owen Slavin, PhD  168
M. Zuhdi Jasser
Toward a psychoanalytic theory of violence, fundamentalism and terrorism  174
James Gilligan
Fear and its vicissitudes  186
Frank Summers
Erich Fromm’s concept of reactive violence  193
Sandra Buechler
Mistrusting the Soil in Which We Plant Our Feet: after Alexander Von Humboldt  198
Ona Lindquist
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