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List of Articles


Volume 5 (2003)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Andrea Sabbadini
The Gaddini-Winnicott Correspondence
Introduction  3
Nina Farhi
Correspondence between Donald W. Winnicott and Renata Gaddini, 1964–1970  13
Dr D. W. Winnicott
Articles
Preface to Renata Gaddini's Italian Translation of The Family and Individual Development  49
Donald W. Winnicott, FRCP
The Precursors of Transitional Objects and Phenomena  53
Renata Gaddini
Creativity and the ‘Nebulous’ In Winnicott  63
Renata Gaddini
Response
Response to Margaret Whitford's Review of Les Femmes Dans l'Histoire de Lac Psychanalyse  71
Sophie de Mijolla-Mellor
Letter to the Editor  73
Richard Skues
Books
Atom and Archetype: The Pauli/Jung Letters 1932-1958 edited by C.A. Meier with a preface by Beverley Zabriskie, translated by David Roscoe (London: Routledge, 2001); reviewed by Joseph Schwartz  75
Joseph Schwartz, Ph.D.
To Redeem One Person is to Redeem the World: The Life of Frieda Fromm-Reichmann by Gail A. Hornstein (New York: The Free Press, 478 pp); reviewed by Pamela Ashurst  79
Dr Pamela Ashurst
Freud, de l'Acropole au Sinaï: Le retour à l'Antique des Modernes viennois by Jacques Le Rider (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2002, vii + 305 pp); reviewed by Ritchie Robertson  83
Ritchie Robertson
Issue 2
Editorial  89
Andrea Sabbadini
Articles
Bildung or the Formation of the Psychoanalyst  91
Wen-Ji Wang, Ph.D.
The Early Relationship between Sigmund Freud and Isidor Sadger: A Dream (1897) and A Letter (1902)  119
Dr Ulrike May
Fliess Versus Weininger, Swoboda and Freud: The Plagiarism Conflict of 1906 Assessed in the Light of the Documents  147
Michael Schröter
Brücke's Great-Grandson's Visit to Freud: A Contribution to the Understanding of Freud's Relationship to Ernst Brücke  175
Univ.-Doz. Dr. med. Elmar Etzersdorfer
Freud, the Via Regia, and Alexander the Great  187
Susan Sherwin-White
Soul Man Meets the Blind Watchmaker: C.G. Jung and Neo-Darwinism  195
Petteri Pietikainen, Ph.D.
Note
Adrian Stokes’ Kleinian Aesthetics?  213
Prof. Janet Sayers
Books
The Moon and Six Francs: Wool-gathering or How I Ended Analysis by Dan Gunn (Hove and New York: Brunner Routledge, 2002); reviewed by Kalu Singh  215
Kalu Singh
Dictionnaire International de la psychanalyse: Concepts, notions, biographies, oeuvres, évènements, institutions edited by Alain de Mijolla (Paris: Ed. Calmann-Lévy, 2002, 2 vols, 2017 pp); reviewed by Nicolas Gougoulis  221
Nicolas Gougoulis
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