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Papiasvili, E.D. Mayers, L.A. (2015). Introductory remarks by the issue editors: A story of beginnings and continuities. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 24(1):2-7.

(2015). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 24(1):2-7


Introductory remarks by the issue editors: A story of beginnings and continuities

Eva D. Papiasvili and Linda A. Mayers

The “Freud in Příbor” publication represents the unique record of all the papers presented at the historical symposium “Psychological Birth and Infant Development,” held on August 4–5 2013 in Freud's birthplace, the town of Příbor, Czech Republic. The papers are preceded by a word from the symposium chair, an address by the President of the IPA, and an interview with Stefano Bolognini. These “Introductory remarks by the issue editors: A story of beginnings and continuities” provide the historical-cultural and dynamic context for all the ensuing chapters. This paper reviews the objectives of the symposium, the core ideas of the individual contributions in relation to the unique beginnings of Sigmund Freud in Příbor, and the unique history of psychoanalysis in the Czech Republic. The backdrop of the multidirectional complexity of development, events, and the memory of the back and forth “après-coup” deferred action reverberates throughout.

[This is a summary excerpt from the full text of the journal article. The full text of the document is available to journal subscribers on the publisher's website here.]

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