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Schoen, S. (2019). Self, Interrupted: Temporal Enactments and the Loss of Going-On-Being: Reply to Druck and Foehl. Psychoanal. Dial., 29(6):689-694.

(2019). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 29(6):689-694

Self, Interrupted: Temporal Enactments and the Loss of Going-On-Being: Reply to Druck and Foehl

Sarah Schoen, Ph.D.

This reply engages with the commentaries to further elaborate the concept of “temporal enactments” with narcissistically compromised patients. With these patients, the ways in which temporal continuity and subjective continuity are inextricable is particularly vivid. As such, temporal enactments illuminate the distinct quality of the analyst’s strain when faced with the loss of the intersubjective temporal field required for the ongoing experience of going-on-being.

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