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Borgogno, F. (2005). Who Is the Author Speaking To? The Impact of the Intended Audience on Theoretical Framing of Clinical Material: Reply to Commentaries. Psychoanal. Dial., 15(6):917-928.

(2005). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 15(6):917-928

Who Is the Author Speaking To? The Impact of the Intended Audience on Theoretical Framing of Clinical Material: Reply to Commentaries

Franco Borgogno, Ph.D.

In reply to Altman's and Schellekes's questions and discussion, the author explores in more depth his own theoretical-technical point of view in order to clarify—chiefly in the light of a modern application of Ferenczi's and Heimann's way of thinking—the rationale for the selection of clinical facts in his paper.

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