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List of Articles

Volume 11 (1988)

Issue 1
Further Observations on the Poetzl Phenomenon: The Effects of Subliminal Visual Stimulation on Dreams, Images, and Hallucinations  3
Charles Fisher, M.D.
Transference-Interpretation, Semiotics, and Psychotherapeutic Change: Some Observations on Subjective De-Alienation  57
Frank A. Johnson, M.D.
A Comparison of the Notions of Self in the Philosophy of Heidegger and the Psychoanalytic Self Psychology of Kohut  117
Richard D. Chessick, M.D., Ph.D.
Structure in Psychoanalytic Interpretation: Narrative as Analogue  145
Robert Rogers, Ph.D.
Attention in Analysis  171
Mark Epstein, M.D.
Issue 2 - Psychoanalysis and Values: Reflections on the Hamburg Conference
Issue Editor: Norbert Freedman
The Setting and the Issues  197
Norbert Freedman, Ph.D.
Part I: Historical Perspective
Aryan Analysts in Nazi Germany: Questions of Adaptation, Desymbotization, and Betrayal  213
Anna M. Antonovsky, Ph.D.
Adaptation and Resistance: Reparation and the Return of the Repressed  233
Karen Brecht, Dipl. Psych.
Some Thoughts on Freud's Attitude during the Nazi Period  249
Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel, Ph.D.
Part II: On Meeting German Psychoanalysts Today
How They Know Themselves: Confronting the Past—A Contribution to the History of the German Psychoanalytic Association  267
Hermann Beland, M.A.
Apocalyptic Thinking in Mental Illness and Social Disorder  285
Mortimer Ostow, M.D., Med.Sc.D.
On Reestablishing Contact  299
John S. Kafka, M.D.
Part III: On Professional Responsibility and Psychoanalytic Identity: What Have We Learned from the Past?
Professional Responsibility and the Professional's Paradox: Two Non-Analysts Reflect on Psychoanalysis in Nazi Germany  309
Dr. Ralph Freedman, Ph.D. and Dr. Lore Metzger, Ph.D.
Critique of Civilization and Psychoanalytic Identity  321
Dierk Juelich, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Method and the Politics of Discourse  337
Barnaby B. Barratt, Ph.D.
Part IV: Further Reflections
Psychoanalysis in Nazi Germany: Historical and Psychoanalytic Lessons  351
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
Issue 3
The Real and the Reconstructed Past  379
Peter H. Wolff, M.D.
Perversion and Utopia: A Study in Psychoanalysis and Social Theory  415
Joel Whitebook, Ph.D.
Talking of Michelangelo  447
Hellmut Wohl, Ph.D.
Lacan's Transmission  483
John P. Muller, Ph.D.
The Clinical Situation and Epistemological Problems in Psychoanalysis: A Response to Grünbaum  535
Michael Ferguson, Ph.D.
The Brain and the Unconscious  563
Eric Gillett, M.D.
Issue 4
Solipsism and Community: Two Concepts of Mind in Philosophy and Psychoanalysis  587
Marcia Cavell, Ph.D.
The Self as Desire: A Freudian Dialectic  615
Barry Opatow, M.D.
The Development of the Hero: Sigmund Freud and the Reformation of the Jewish Tradition  639
David S. Blatt, J.D.
Notes on the Progressive and Regressive Shifts in Levels of Integrative Failure: A Preliminary Report on the Classification of Severe Psychopathology  705
Stanley Grand, Ph.D., Norbert Freedman, Ph.D., Ken Feiner, Psy.D. and Sandra Kiersky, Ph.D.
Phenomenology and Developmental Origins of Desperate Love  741
Michael B. Sperling, Ph.D.
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