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Fink, K. (1995). Projection, Identification, And Bi-Logic. Psychoanal Q., 64:136-152.

(1995). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 64:136-152

Projection, Identification, And Bi-Logic

Klaus Fink, M.D.

The work and postulations of Matte-Blanco are explained in some detail, especially regarding the logical functioning of the conscious and unconscious mind, asymmetrical and symmetrical logic, and bi-logical thought structures. A case serves as an example for the clinical application of Matte-Blanco's ideas to theoretical conceptualization and to the technique of interpretation.

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