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List of Articles


Volume 28 (2019)

Issue 1 - Violence, Terror and Terrorism Today: Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Part III
Editorial
Violence, terror and terrorism today: Psychoanalytic perspectives – Part III  1
Marco Conci and Grigoris Maniadakis
Original Articles
Terrorism and the practice of angst  3
Anna Maria Loiacono
Descendants of terror  8
Grigoris Maniadakis
Who are the torturers and suicide bombers?  12
Ruth Lijtmaer
The making of a mass murderer: Notes on the novel We need to talk about Kevin  19
Veronica Csillag
Terrorism from a Swedish perspective  25
Christer Sjödin
The vacuum of kidnapping  31
Rebeca Aramoni
The roots of violence in Brazil: Impasses and possibilities  34
Eliana Rodrigues Pereira Mendes
The Japanese contribution to violence in the world: The kamikaze attacks in World War II  40
Shigeyuki Mori
The Japanese psychology of resignation, akirame, and the writings of Kawabata  47
Nobuko Y. Meaders
When separation is violence: History of a son of Camorra  55
Fabiana Manco
Report
Report on the XXth IFPS Forum “New faces of fear. Ongoing transformations in our society and in psychoanalytic practice,” October 17–20, 2018, Florence  67
Marco Conci
Issue 2 - The Large Group: Dynamics and Passions
Editorial
The large group: dynamics and passions  69
Grigoris Maniadakis
Original Articles
Hate (its vicissitudes and its relations) revisited: Part I – Individual  71
Eva D. Papiasvili
Hate (its vicissitudes and its relations) revisited: Part II - Groups and culture  83
Eva D. Papiasvili
Return to Sepharad: Is it possible to heal an ancient wound? A reflection on the construction of large-group identity  95
Miguel Angel Gonzalez-Torres and Aranzazu Fernandez-Rivas
Wilhelm Reich Revisited: The role of ideology in character analysis of the individual versus character analysis of the masses and the Holocaust  104
Henry Zvi Lothane
Persian tales on the couch: Notes on folktales as the mirror of the contemporary cultural struggles with gender and sexuality  115
Siamak Movahedi and Nahaleh Moshtagh
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