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Sandler, J., Michels, R., Fonagy, P. (2000). Changing Ideas In A Changing World: The Revolution in Psychoanalysis. : Essays in Honour of Arnold Cooper. Changing Ideas In A Changing World: The Revolution in Psychoanalysis. Essays in Honour of Arnold Cooper, 1-290. London: Karnac Books.

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Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Changing Ideas In A Changing World: The Revolution in Psychoanalysis. : Essays in Honour of Arnold Cooper

Sandler, J., Michels, R. and Fonagy, P. (2000). Changing Ideas In A Changing World: The Revolution in Psychoanalysis. Essays in Honour of Arnold Cooper, 1-290. London: Karnac Books.

Changing Ideas In A Changing World: The Revolution in Psychoanalysis. : Essays in Honour of Arnold Cooper Next

Edited by:
Joseph Sandler, Ph.D., M.D., Robert Michels, M.D. and Peter Fonagy, Ph.D.Author Information

Contents

Foreword xvii
    Peter Fonagy  
Acknowledgments xxv
Introduction xxvii
    Robert Michels  
Part I: Perspectives on the Change in Psychoanalysis
On Insight and Engagement 3
    Theodore J. Jacobs  
On Becoming a Psychoanalyst 11
    Barbara Milrod  
From Bellowing to Mellowing: My Changing Views on Psychoanalysis 17
    Allan D. Rosenblatt  
Current Views on Psychoanalytic Practice 25
    Allan Compton  
The Development of My Ideas about Psychoanalysis 33
    Roy Schafer  


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The Elusive Wisdom of the Analyst 41
    Arnold Goldberg  
Musings about My Intellectual Development 49
    Herbert J. Schlesinger  
A Psychoanalytic Stance 57
    Milton Viederman  
Psychoanalytic Curriculum: A Study in Change and “The Anxiety of Influence” 65
    Elizabeth L. Auchincloss  
Part II: The Changing Ideas in Psychoanalysis
Change Moments in Therapy 77
    Ethel Spector Person  
Normal and Pathological Narcissism in Women 87
    Eva P. Lester  
“Mourning and Melencholia” Eighty Years Later 95
    Otto F. Lester  
The Role of Curiosity in Psychoanalysis: Changes in My Technique in the Past Fifteen Years 103
    Edward Nersessian  
The Shy Narcissist 111
    Salman Akhtar  
On Abstinence 121
    Daniel Widlöcher  
Coming of Age 129
    Katherine Dalsimer  
Part III: The Changing World Outside Psychoanalysis
Are the Freuds' Ego Psychology, Klein's Object Relations, Kohut's Self Psychology, and Beck's Cognitive Psychology All Alive and Well and Living in the Same Brain? 139
    George E. Vaillant  


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Psychoanalysis and Empirical Research: A Reconciliation 149
    Lester Luborsky  
The Integration of Psychoanalytic and Neuroscientific Thought in the Realm of Personality 155
    Glen Gabbard  
Freud's Theory of the Mental and Modern Functional Imaging Experiments 163
    R. G. Shulman and D. L. Rothman  
Normative Sexuality in Contemporary Evolutionary Perspective 171
    Robert A. Paul  
Totem and Taboo and professional Correctness 179
    Elizabeth Bott Spillius  
Words, Ideas, and Psychoanalysis 189
    Theodore Shapiro  
Notes on Linguistic Activity and Psychoanalysis 197
    Jorge Canestri  
Reasons, Causes, and the Domain of the First-Person 207
    Marcia Cavell  
Oedipus Reckoned 215
    Patrick J. Mahony  
An Indiscretion on Psychoanalytic Fiction 223
    George Stade  
Part IV: Setting the Frame for the Future
Through the Looking Glass — Psychoanalysis, Conceptual Integration, and the problem of the Innate 229
    Mervyn M. Peskin  
Theoretical Pluralism and the Construction of Psychoanalytic Knowledge 237
    David Tuckett  
Against Post-modernism 247
    Peter Gay  


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Change in Psychoanalysis: Science, Practice, and the Sociology of Knowledge 255
    George J. Makari  
References 263


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