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Leblanc, J.A. (1993). Contemporary Psychoanalysis. XXVIII, 1992: The Many Faces of Love. Ildiko Mohacsy. Pp. 89-96.. Psychoanal Q., 62:336-336.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Contemporary Psychoanalysis. XXVIII, 1992: The Many Faces of Love. Ildiko Mohacsy. Pp. 89-96.

(1993). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 62:336-336

Contemporary Psychoanalysis. XXVIII, 1992: The Many Faces of Love. Ildiko Mohacsy. Pp. 89-96.

J. Alfred Leblanc

From an informative, compact review of the complexities of love through language (eros and agape), several classic philosophies (Plato, Socrates, Aristophanes), the Old Testament, and literature (Saint Exupéry and Dostoevsky), the author culls "love's varied meanings." Noting Winnicott's use of the "set situation" in the evaluation of infants, he addresses the interrelatedness of trust and love and the relevance of both in our journeys with our patients.

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Leblanc, J.A. (1993). Contemporary Psychoanalysis. XXVIII, 1992. Psychoanal. Q., 62:336-336

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