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Bolognini, S. (2001). Empathy and the Unconscious. Psychoanal Q., 70(2):447-471.

(2001). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 70(2):447-471

Empathy and the Unconscious

Stefano Bolognini, M.D.

The author examines the complex relationship between the concepts of empathy and unconscious, including exploration of topical, structural, and dynamic aspects; and the risk of oversimplification of empathy is discussed. Two clinical examples are then presented to demonstrate some of the complex factors that may contribute to or hinder the development and utilization of empathy by the analyst, many of which lie outside the analyst's conscious awareness.

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