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Volume 21 (2012)

Issue 1
Psychoanalysis and work in contemporary times  1
Eliana Rodrigues Pereira Mendes
The role and the meaning of work in Freud's cultural writings  3
Maria Elizabeth Antunes Lima
The Unconscious: Ideal worker?  17
Guilherme Massara Rocha
Psychoanalysis and culture: A contemporary consideration  22
Juliana Mitre Barbosa, Elisa Rennó dos Mares Guia, Anderson de Souza Sant'Anna and Matheus Cotta de Carvalho
The worker in postmodernity  26
Maria de Lourdes Elias Pinheiro
Work and perversion  30
Lucas Gonzaga, Jr.
Psychoanalysis and contemporary subject–work–organizations relations  35
Anderson De Souza Sant'Anna
Psychoanalysis and job-related dilemmas in the post-modern era: A way out or a pact with the Devil?  41
Matheus Cotta de Carvalho
Psychoanalysis is becoming an impossible profession within the public welfare system in Sweden  46
Christer Sjödin
Psychoanalytic listening to a company's employees: A work that is possible?  53
Maria Carolina Bellico Fonseca
Mother and woman between child and work: Report from a project with handicapped children  58
Ednei Soares
Women behind the couch  62
Eliana Rodrigues Pereira Mendes
Issue 2
Meeting the clinical and therapeutic challenges of our patients  65
Marco Conci
Healing dynamics of psychosis  68
Willem H. J. Martens
An investigation into the therapeutic dynamic of depressive states  82
Giancarlo Ventimiglia
Black holes: Some notes on time, symbolization, and perversion in the psychodynamics of addiction  94
Alistair D. Sweet
Psychoanalysis, religion, philosophy and the possibility for dialogue: Freud, Binswanger and Pfister  106
Roger Frie
Science and theory in modern physics and psychoanalysis  117
Jerome Appelbaum
Issue 3 - The Intrapsychic and the Intersubjective in Contemporary Psychoanalysis
The Intrapsychic and the Intersubjective in Contemporary Psychoanalysis  125
Dimitris Kyriazis, MD, Jeny Soumaki, MD and Grigoris Vaslamatzis, MD
Part I. Aspects of Intersubjectivity: Theoretical Perspectives
The intrapsychic and the intersubjective in contemporary psychoanalysis  130
Madeleine Baranger
On being objective about the subjective: Clinical aspects of intersubjectivity in contemporary psychoanalysis  136
R. D. Hinshelwood
Countertransference: A contemporary metapsychological view on its intrapsychic, interpsychic, intersubjective, and objective aspects  146
Estela L. Bichi
The intersubjective perspective and the change of psychoanalytic identity  150
Michael Ermann
The mutually constitutive relationship between subjectivity and intersubjectivity and the responsible subject  154
Sarantis Thanopulos
The reconfiguration of subjectivity and of intersubjective relations in migratory processes: A case study  159
MarÍa Eugenia Sánchez D. de R
Part II. Aspects of Intersubjectivity: Clinical Perspectives
Object-related and intersubjective processes in psychoanalysis: A twofold perspective  167
Grigoris Vaslamatzis
Transformations and the rebirth of the true unconscious subject: An intersubjective perspective  173
Dimitris Kyriazis
When interpretations are not enough: Interactions between the analytic pair, an intersubjective approach  182
Dimitrios Rigas
The difficulty of being together without being the same: Identifications and differentiations in countertransference  189
Hara Karamanolaki
“Two in a body”: From the mother's anorexia to the daughter's bulimia  195
Irini Vlahaki
Notes on intersubjectivity and the psychoanalytic field  202
Vassilis Falaras
Part III. Aspects of Intersubjectivity: A Neuropsychoanalytic Perspective
Depression: A neuropsychoanalytic perspective  207
Mark Solms
Unconscious and plasticity: Bridges between psychoanalysis and neuroscience  214
Elias D. Kouvelas
Brain plasticity as a convergence of intrapsychic and intersubjective  218
Christodoulos S. Flordellis and Dimitris Kyriazis
Recent advances in sleep physiology of interest to psychoanalysis  229
George K. Kostopoulos
Part IV. Aspects of Intersubjectivity: Historical Precursors and Developments
Freud, Ferenczi, and the “disbelief” on the Acropolis  239
Carlo Bonomi
Ferenczi and otherness: Notes for an “ideal lesson”  249
Franco Borgogno
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