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Rayner, E. Wooster, G. (1990). Bi-Logic in Psychoanalysis and Other Disciplines an Introduction. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 17:425-431.

(1990). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 17:425-431

Bi-Logic in Psychoanalysis and Other Disciplines an Introduction

Eric Rayner and Gerald Wooster

SUMMARY

The innovative features of Matte-Blanco's contribution are very briefly pointed out. This is followed by a simple explanatory introduction to basic concepts in bi-logical theory. It is hoped that this will make the following papers understandable to a reader who has no acquaintance with the subject. Finally the main features of the subsequent papers are portrayed. These papers come from a remarkably wide variety of disciplines.

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