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Hill, D. (1996). The Trend Toward Convergence in Psychoanalysis: Comment on the Special Section on Structural and Relational Psychoanalysis and on the Commentary. Psychoanal. Psychol., 13(1):149-152.

(1996). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 13(1):149-152

The Trend Toward Convergence in Psychoanalysis: Comment on the Special Section on Structural and Relational Psychoanalysis and on the Commentary

Daniel Hill, Ph.D.

I have commented on the problems that interfered with a productive discussion in the special section on relational and structural psychoanalysis. The key issue was the failure to recognize not only the extensive variations within both the relational and Freudian camps but, more importantly, the extent to which a convergence of ideas has been taking place between these two orientations and among all of the varieties of psychoanalysis. Rather than viewing the field according to categories that assume distinct species of thought, a new map of the field is required, one that reflects the extent to which hybrids now dominant the landscape.

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