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Kahn, R. (1992). Love and its Place in Nature. Jonathan Lear. New York: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1990. 243 pp.. Mod. Psychoanal., 17(1):114-116.

(1992). Modern Psychoanalysis, 17(1):114-116

Love and its Place in Nature. Jonathan Lear. New York: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1990. 243 pp.

Review by:
Rosalind Kahn

Lear's passionate and rigorous exploration of the place of love in nature contributes new and exciting depth to our understanding of psychoanalysis as a science of human subjectivity. Freud was aware that his subject matter (the human mind) was largely outside personal awareness, and could neither be reported nor observed detached from human subjectivity.

Lear hypothesizes that the unconscious communicates archaically through physical symptoms, dreams, body movements, slips of the tongue.

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