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Rudakova, T. (2002). Diversity of learning psychoanalysis and analytical psychology. J. Anal. Psychol., 47(2):301-306.

(2002). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 47(2):301-306

Diversity of learning psychoanalysis and analytical psychology

Tatiana Rudakova

As the subject of this Conference is ‘Diversity and its Limits: New Directions in Analytical Psychology and Psychoanalysis’, I would like to investigate some aspects of education at our Institute - the East European Institute of Psychoanalysis - from the point of view of the meeting of West and East. I will look at the influence of this diversity on the formation and development of psychoanalysis and analytical psychology in Russia.

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