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Volume 2 (1991)

Issue 1
The Psychoanalytic Movement
‘Healing through love’? A unique dialogue in the history of psychoanalysis  1
André Haynal and Ernst Falzeder
Psychoanalysis and Politics
The social context: Searching for a hypothesis  21
Janine Puget
A psychoanalytic glance into microelectronics  34
Emilio Modena
Clinical Paper
Cain and Abel: A case for family therapy?  47
Alix Pirani
Special Features
Writing relations in a men's prison  65
Ben Knights
R. D. Laing: A distant memoir  86
Paul Gordon
Masud Khan
Masud Khan (1924-1989): A personal tribute  91
Judy Cooper
Returning the dream: In memoriam Masud Khan  99
Adam Phillips
Obituary: Masud Khan  109
Mark Paterson
When Spring Comes: Awakenings in Clinical Psychoanalysis, by M. Masud R. Khan, Chatto & Windus, 1988, 212 pages, hb £16.95  113
Judy Cooper
The Self in Early Childhood, by Joel Ryce-Menuhin, Free Association Books, 1988, xii + 273 pages, hb £27.50, pb £9.95  114
Cathy Urwin
The Riddle of Freud: Jewish Influences on his Theory of Female Sexuality, by Estelle Roith, London and New York: Tavistock Publications, 1987, 199 pages, pb £30, pb £12.99  125
Peter Rudnytsky
Forces of Destiny: Psychoanalysis and Human Idiom, by Christopher Bollas, Free Association Books, 1989, 224 pages, hb £27.00, pb £12.95  128
Nina Coltart
The Plural Psyche: Personality, Morality and the Father by Andrew Samuels, London: Routledge, 1989, 253 pages, hb £12.95  132
Nina Farhi
Issue 2
Editorial  155
Dr Judith S. Kestenberg talks to Kristina Stanton  157
Judith S. Kestenberg
Political Analysis
The urban experience  175
Bruno Bettelheim
The Psychoanalytic Movement
Bruno Bettelheim's achievement  191
David James Fisher
Feature: Perversion
Reflections on perverse states of mind  203
Margot Waddell and Gianna Williams
Fair is foul and foul is fair: Perversion and projective identification in Macbeth  214
Gail Grayson
Clinical Paper
Prodromal states of suicide: Thoughts on the death of ann france  249
Nini Herman
Group Relations
Won from the void and formless infinite: Experiences of social dreaming  259
W. Gordon Lawrence
Psychic Equilibrium and Psychic Change, by Betty Joseph, 1989, Routledge, £29.95 hb, £14.95 pb  295
R. D. Hinshelwood
Issue 3
Editorial  321
Jean Laplanche talks to Martin Stanton  323
Clinical Paper
The allure of the bad object  343
Eleanore M. Armstrong-Perlman
The Psychoanalytic Movement
Psychoanalysis as a general psychology, revisited  357
Judith M. Hughes
Feature: Margaret Lowenfeld
Child psychotherapy in historical context: An introduction to the work of Margaret Lowenfeld  371
Cathy Urwin
Play and symbolism in Lowenfeld and Winnicott  395
Madeleine Davis
International Report
On being a psychoanalyst in Brazil: Pressures, pitfalls and perspectives  423
Sérvulo Augusto Figueira
Freud in Exile: Psychoanalysis and Its Vicissitudes, by Edward Timms and Naomi Segal New Haven, CT, and London: Yale University Press, 1988, 320 pages, hb £29  447
Estelle Roith
Melanie Klein Today: Developments in Theory and Practice, Vol. 1 Mainly Theory; Vol. 2 Mainly Practice, edited by Elizabeth Bott Spillius, London: Routledge in association with the Institute of Psycho-Analysis, 1988, 365/322 pages, pb £14.95 each  458
Margaret Rustin
The Lust to Kill A Feminist Investigation of Sexual Murder, by Deborah Cameron and Elizabeth Fraser, Oxford: Polity, 1987, 207 pages, pb £9.95  461
Arthur Hyatt-Williams
In the Beginning Was Love, by Julia Kristeva, New York: Columbia University Press 1987, xiii + 63 pages, hb £12.95  462
Neville Symington
The Skin Ego, by Didier Anzieu, translated by Chris Turner, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1989, pp. iv + 232, hb £25  467
Nicola Diamond
Issue 4
Editorial  481
The Free Associations Interview
Cornelius castoriadis interviewed by Paul Gordon  483
Paul Gordon
Explorations in Theory
Psychoanalytic critique of productivism  507
Robert M. Young
On the uses and abuses of psychoanalysis in cultural research  515
Eugene Victor Wolfenstein
On a covert fundamentalism grounding both the Freudian Project and its derivative notion of sublimation  548
Donald Moss
Group Perspectives
Instinctual foundations of group analysis  569
A. P. Ormay
The Psychoanalytic Movement
Fairbairn's thought on the relationship of inner and outer worlds  589
John Padel
Stephen Kurtz, The Art of Unknowing, Aronson, 1989, 264 pp, £23.95  617
Melanie Hart
Tom Main, The Ailment and Other Psychoanalytic Essays, Free Association Books, 1989, 256pp, £29.50  624
Alexis Brook
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