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Volume 2 (1979)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Randolf Alnæs, M.D., Bo Larsson, M.D., Henning Paikin, M.D. and Jukka Välimäki, M.D.
A Supplement to Freud's Case History of “Frau Emmy v.N.” in Studies on Hysteria 1895  5
Ola Andersson, Ph.D.
The Relation between Psychoanalysis and its Metascience  17
Carl Lesche, fil.lic.
Ricoeur's Philosophy and its Implication for Psychoanalysis  35
András Pöstényi, M.D.
Aspects on the Personality of the “illa faciet”-Daughter.  49
Lars-Johan F. Schalin, Phil. Mag.
A Discourse on Sophocles: Freud and Determinism  67
Lajos Székely, Ph.D.
Parameter of Technique & EGO Modification: Abstract of a Seminar  83
Hector Warnes, M.D.
On the Activities of the Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Societies During the Last Years
Denmark  89
Henning Paikin, M.D.
Finland  91
Mikael Enckell
Norway  92
Marie Naevestad
Sweden  94
Göran Schedin
VI Nordic Conference of Psychoanalysis  99
Eero Rechardt
Issue 2
Editoral  111
Randolf Alnæs, M.D., Bo Larsson, M.D., Henning Paikin, M.D. and Jukka Välimäki, M.D.
Psychotherapy as Phase-Specific Interaction: Towards a general psychoanalytic theory of psychotherapy  113
Veikko Tähkä, M.D.
On the Problem of Envy: Social, clinical and theoretical considerations  133
Lars J. Schalin, Phil. mag.
Tacit Assumptions, Countertransference and Psychoanalytic Technique: Part one: The influence of tacit assumptions on theory  159
András Pöstényi, M.D.
In Memory of Göran Schedin, PH.D  173
Birgitta Ejve
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