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Fourcher, L.A. (1978). Critical Notes on Schafer's “Action Language”. Ann. Psychoanal., 6:303-312.

(1978). Annual of Psychoanalysis, 6:303-312

Critical Notes on Schafer's “Action Language”

Louis A. Fourcher, Ph.D.

Discussion

Dr. Fourcher:

In taking this opportunity to reply to Barratt's paper, I. who have also criticized Roy Schafer (Fourcher, 1978), do not want the somewhat unorthodox complexity of my critical approach to be understood as an avoidance of a four-square rejoinder to Barratt, nor as an unequivocal endorsement of Schafer's views.

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