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List of Articles

Volume 22 (2013)

Issue 1 - The intrapsychic and the intersubjective in contemporary psychoanalysis
The intrapsychic and the intersubjective in contemporary psychoanalysis  1
Grigoris Vaslamatzis, MD, Dimitris Kyriazis, MD and Jeny Soumaki, MD
Part IV. Aspects of Intersubjectivity: Historical Precursors and Developments
Erich Fromm and the intersubjective tradition  5
Rainer Funk
Sullivan and the intersubjective perspective  10
Marco Conci
Trauma, memory, and corporeal acts: A dialogue between Freud and Ferenczi  17
Maria Manuela Assunção Moreno and Nelson Ernesto Coelho, Jr.
Igor A. Caruso and the intersubjective tradition: On “symbolisation” as the link between the intrapsychic and intersubjective dynamic  26
Edith Frank-Rieser
Feelings of the therapist and the obligations of countertransference  31
Anna Maria Loiacono
Psychoanalysis and neuroscience. Friends or enemies?  35
Miguel Angel Gonzalez-Torres
Part V. Aspects of Intersubjectivity: Maternal Holding, Body and Madness
Psychic retreat to the body in the face of annihilation anxiety  43
Ioannis Vartzopoulos
Madness: Terror and necessity – thoughts on Winnicott  53
Christo Joannidis
The imaginative elaboration of body functioning and maternal holding: Winnicott and the formation of the psyche-soma  60
Alfredo Naffah Neto
Issue 2
The long term perspective  67
Christer Sjödin
A psychodynamic inquiry into the spiritually evocative potential of music  69
Paul Cantz
Complex dynamics of forgiveness: Psychological, interpersonal, and psychotherapeutic implications  82
Willem H.J. Martens
Prison language: A psychoanalytic approach to the language of British young offenders in the twenty-first century  95
David Mathew
Vicissitudes of psychic pain as a structuring matrix for mental growth  108
Luiza Olga Luderitz Hoefel
Will the real Oedipus please stand up? Metatheoretical perspectives on Oedipus as a unifying function and psychoanalytic theory development  119
John Fellenor
Kultur und Psyche: Psychoanalyse im Dialog mit nicht-westlichen Gesellschaften  129
Jan Stensson
Issue 3
Liquid modernity: a source of shame  131
Christer Sjödin
Homecoming  133
Christo Joannidis
On psychic reality and neutrality: Empathy and the work of construction in countertransference  142
Perla Klautau and Nelson Coelho
Freud on philosophy and philosophers: Patching the gaps in the universe with nightcaps and dressing-gown tatters  149
M. Andrew Holowchak
Free-associating with the bodymind  161
Barnaby B. Barratt
What would Erich Fromm say about North Korea? A preliminary application of humanist psychoanalysis  176
Alzo David-West
Still Practicing: The Heartaches and Joys of a Clinical Career  188
Giorgia Zandanel Catracchia
The girl who committed hara-kiri and other clinical and historical essays  188
Marco Conci
German themes in psychoanalysis. Part one  195
Marco Conci
The journal Psyche – Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwedungen: A historical overview  199
Werner Bohleber
The fate of German-Jewish psychoanalyst refugees in the Netherlands: An overview  203
Harry Stroeken
Freud's “Beyond the pleasure principle”: The end of psychoanalysis or its new beginning?  208
Ulrike May
From Hiroshima and Chernobyl to Fukushima: What does the “militant” use of nuclear power mean for our mental state, and how about its “peaceful” use?  217
Hans-Jürgen Wirth
Marco Conci and Ingrid Erhardt interview Horst Kächele  228
Marco Conci, Ingrid Erhardt and Horst Kächele
Report on the XVIIth IFPS FORUM, “Working with Conflict and Alienation,” Mexico City, October 2012 – short version  244
Marco Conci
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