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Volume 99 (2018)

Issue 1
Looking back and moving forward  1
Dana Birksted-Breen
Letters from Warsaw
The European Psychoanalytical Federation and the conference in Warsaw 2018  4
Heribert Blass
The beginning of psychoanalysis in Poland  6
Ewa Glod
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
Extracts from the Revised Standard Edition of Freud’s complete psychological works  11
Mark Solms
Freud's ‘transference’: Clinical technique in the ‘Rat Man’ case and theoretical conceptualization compared  58
Michael Diercks
Winnicott’s theory of playing: a reconsideration  82
Marie Lenormand
Contemporary Conversations
Hypochondria as an actual neurosis  103
Bernd Nissen
Unrepresented states and the challenge of historicization  125
Jane G. Tillman
Hypochondria as a self-destructive attack on the subject’s vitality  140
Ute Rupprecht-Schampera
Clinical Communications
From somatic pain to psychic pain: The body in the psychoanalytic field  159
Thomas Hartung and Michael Steinbrecher
Child and Adolescent
From the unrepresentable to the intersubjective: the case of a high-functioning autistic adolescent  181
Mauro Manica
History of Psychoanalysis
Freud’s “selected fact”: His journey of mourning  208
Paul Schimmel
Interdisciplinary Studies
Sándor Ferenczi’s multiple confusions of tongues and their influence on psychoanalytical thinking  230
Nicolas Evzonas
Film Essay
The incestual in Xavier Dolan’s cinematographic works  248
Bella Habip
Book Reviews
Myths of termination: What patients can teach psychoanalysts about endings  260
Sara S. Tucker
Pulsiones y desarrollo cultural [Drives and cultural development]  262
Sara Zusman de Arbiser
La formulación psicodinámica de caso. Su valor para la práctica clínica [Psychodynamic case formulation: Its value for clinical practice]  266
Andrea Rodríguez Quiroga
Freuds Atheismus im Widerspruch: Freud, Weber und Wittgenstein im Konflikt zwischen säkularem Denken und Religion [Freud's atheism in contradiction: Freud, Weber and Wittgenstein in the conflict between secular thought and religion]  271
Eckhard Frick
Hymenality in psychoanalysis: A reading of Boundaries and bridges: Perspectives on time and space in psychoanalysis  275
Giuseppe Civitarese
The work of psychoanalysis: Sexuality, time and the psychoanalytic mind  286
Ronald Britton
Issue 2
Psychoanlytic Theory and Technique
Thin-skinned or vulnerable narcissism and thick-skinned or grandiose narcissism: similarities and differences†  291
Ricardo Bernardi and Mónica Eidlin
Common sense: Its uses, misuses, and pitfalls  314
Richard B. Zimmer
Hallucinosis and reverie: Alices pain and its transformations in the consulting room  334
Maria Grazia Oldoini
Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
From the “squiggle game” to “games of reciprocity” towards a creative co-construction of a space for working with adolescents  355
Alberto Stefana and Alessio Gamba
Clinical Communications
Projective identification and “telepathic dreams”  380
Alfonso Sánchez-Medina
Paths of the countertransference in the analyst—clinical examples of working through  391
Delaram Habibi-Kohlen
Interdisciplinary Studies
Object Relations in a Love Poem. A psychoanalytic reading of Neruda  411
Ricardo Readi
A cat is not a battleship: thoughts on the meaning of “neuropsychoanalysis”  425
Brett H. Clarke
History of Psychoanalysis
Origins of a theory of psychic temporality in Freud: The study of eels and the Darwinist influence of Carl Claus  450
Rodrigo Cornejo
Key Papers
Mentalisation and passivity by Michel Fain  468
Marilia Aisenstein and Marina Papageorgiou
Mentalization and passivity  479
Michel Fain
Comment on Mentalisation et passivité by Michel Fain  485
Fernando Riolo
On being consoled: Engaging with Michel Fain’s paper ‘Mentalization and passivity’  487
Richard B. Simpson
Education Section
An introduction to Michel Fain’s thought  495
Marilia Aisenstein
Film Essay
Psychic movement from revenge to redemption in Götz Spielmann’s Revanche (2008)  510
Orit Dudai
Book Reviews
Psychoanalytic education at the crossroads, by Otto  525
David G Millar
The Unpast, by Dominique Scarfone  531
Howard B. Levine
The Greening of psychoanalysis. Andre Green’s new paradigm in contemporary theory and praxis, edited by R.J. Perelberg and G. Kohon  535
Howard B. Levine
Making room for madness in mental health, by Marcus Evans  539
Ed Beveridge
The Skin-Ego, by Didier Anzieu  542
Ellen A. Sparer
La realidad, el sujeto y el objeto [Reality, the subject and the object], by Leonardo Peskin  546
Jaime Szpilka
Dire ce qui vient. Association libre et transfert [Saying what comes to mind: free association and transference]  550
Catherine Chabert
Issue 3
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
The trauma and disillusionment of Oedipus  555
John Steiner
Searching for the analyst’s reveries  569
Fred Busch
From seriousness to reality in play: Some considerations on the psychic mechanisms involved in play and their applications in clinical practice  590
Sébastien Bogajewski
Termination of a psychoanalysis: Some notes on theory, technique, and clinical material  603
Stefano Lussana
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Repetition in the service of the erotisation of suffering. When addiction enters into the relationship to work: Theoretical considerations on a clinical case  627
E. Pelladeau and J.-B. Marchand
Interdisciplinary Studies
Can psychoanalysis contribute to the understanding of fundamentalism? An introduction to a vast question  642
Adela Abella
“Psyche is extended”: from Kant to Freud  665
Paolo Carignani
History of Psychoanalysis
Questions and worries: On the correspondence between Grete Bibring and Anna Freud 19491975  690
Nina Bakman
Education Section
Object relations approaches to autism  702
Maria Rhode
Autism and psychoanalysis in the French context  725
Didier Houzel
Letter to the Editor
‘I do not care to remember’  746
Leopoldo Bleger
Response to letter from Leo Bleger  751
Adrienne Harris
Letter to the Editor  754
Joseph Aguayo
Film Essay
Reality and fiction – Tarantino’s filmography on the couch  756
Ana Cristina Pandolfo, Carla Brunstein, Cristiano Frank, Jorge Almeida, Laura Meyer and Nyvia Sousa
Book Reviews
The collected works of D. W. Winnicott  765
Rachel Chaplin
Psychoanalysis in China  769
Dorinda L. Welle, PhD
Formless infinity. Clinical explorations of Matte Blanco and Bion. Preface by Owen Renik  775
Michel Sanchez-Cardenas
Laplanche, an introduction by Dominique Scarfone  778
Avgi Saketopoulou
La jeune fille et le psychanalyste [The girl and the psychoanalyst]  787
Françoise Neau, Pr
Issue 4
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
Language and speech in Melanie Klein’s work  793
Gordana Vulevic
The riddle of anxiety: Between the familiar and the unfamiliar  810
Rosine Jozef Perelberg
Interdisciplinary Studies
Embodying disillusionment: Poussins blinded giants  828
Adele Tutter
Interdisciplinary Study
Blind cave of eternal night: The work of mourning in Tagore's Play of Four  855
Kamalika Mitra
History of Psychoanalysis
Critical and reasoned review of the psychosomatic question in French-speaking psychoanalysts  877
Valérie Boucherat-Hue, Adeline Hulin and Carla Machado
Archival Studies
EnglandFranceSouth America: Melanie Klein's correspondence (19511960)  905
Alejandro Dagfal
From the Melanie Klein archive: Kleins further thoughts on loneliness  929
Jane Milton
Introduction to “A special section on Lectures on Technique by Melanie Klein”  947
Rachel B. Blass
The surprising modernity of Klein’s Lectures on Technique and Clinical Seminars: Putting them in context  952
Heinz Weiss
Lectures on technique by Melanie Klein: The return of feelings  962
Jean-Michel Quinodoz
Klein yesterday, today and tomorrow: Reflections on her 1936 lectures in Lectures on Technique  968
Elias M. da Rocha Barros and Elizabeth Lima da Rocha Barros
Klein’s technique  979
Jay Greenberg
Lectures on technique by Melanie Klein: A commentary  990
Michael Feldman
Education Section
The relevance of Evelyne Kestemberg today  993
Antoine Nastasi
Letter to the Editor
In memoriam: Albert Mason  1003
Jon Tabakin, PhD, FIPA
Film Essay
Game of Thrones—A psychoanalytic interpretation including some remarks on the psychosocial function of modern TV series  1004
Gerald Poscheschnik
Book Reviews
Metà prigioniero, metà alato. La disssociazione corpo‐mente in psicoanalisi [Half prisoner, half winged: The body‐mind dissociation in psychoanalysis] by Riccardo Lombardi  1017
Andrea Sabbadini
Space & Psyche  1020
Vera J. Camden
Creative listening and the psychoanalytic process: Sensibility, engagement and envisioning, by Fred L. Griffin  1025
Sharone Bergner
Asociación Psicoanalítica Argentina's Diccionario de Psicoanalisis Argentino [Dictionary of Argentine Psychoanalysis] edited by Claudia Lucia Borensztejn, Andrés Rascovsky, Gilda Sabsay de Foks, Eduardo Safdie and Beatriz Zelcer  1030
Alfonso Pola
Transference and countertransference today edited by Robert Oelsner  1035
Ricardo Stramer
Unzustellbar. Psychoanalytische Studien zu Philosophie, Trieb und Kultur [Undeliverable: Psychoanalytic studies on philosophy, instinct and culture] by Wolfgang Hegener  1043
Friedrich‐Wilhelm Eickhoff
Reading Klein by Margaret Rustin and Michael Rustin  1049
Kay M. Long
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