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Mayes, L.C. (2004). Discussion of T. Wayne Downey's “Notes on Hate and Hating”. Psychoanal. St. Child, 59:21-29.

(2004). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 59:21-29

Discussion of T. Wayne Downey's “Notes on Hate and Hating”

Linda C. Mayes, M.D.

T. Wayne Downey and i were recently talking about this academic ritual of paper and response. How might we think about the different styles of responding—agreeing, highlighting, supportive responses, raising questions, unrelated but interesting responses, and surely responses completely outside the individual or even general thrust of the paper. We decided that one style had a particular appeal—musical improvisation, much like a jazz or bluegrass group where one musician sets a key, a melody or harmonic line and another does a riff using one or several of these elements as a starting point. So here's my riff to the wonderfully harmonic line Wayne Downey (Coltrane, Armstrong, Marsalis) has set before us.


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