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Britton, R. (2016). Ron Britton on "Between Mind and Brain: Models of the Mind and Models in the Mind". PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):11.

(2016). PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):11

Ron Britton on "Between Mind and Brain: Models of the Mind and Models in the Mind" Related Papers

An Interview with:
Ron Britton

Ron Britton discusses the models that exist in the mind of the patient and in the mind of the analyst and explores the related concepts of the belief function, the xenocidal impulse and identification, touching on their roots in normal development as well as their pathological aspects. He also gives an insight into some of his philosophical and literary influences and shows how ideas in philosophy, literature and theology prefigured many current psychoanalytic concepts.

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