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Botticelli, S. (2004). The Perils of Polemic: Reply to Commentary. Psychoanal. Dial., 14(5):707-710.

(2004). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 14(5):707-710

The Perils of Polemic: Reply to Commentary Related Papers

Steven Botticelli, Ph.D.

Cleonie White's discussion of this author's paper raises questions about the reception of polemical writing in a psychoanalytic context. Although the author's essay attempted to expand the ways in which politics can be talked about in psychoanalysis, White's response raises the concern that political argument can, in certain circumstances, give rise to oppressive forms of complementarity of the kind described by Jessica Benjamin.

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