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Volume 5 (1996)

Issue 1 - States of the Self
Editorial  1
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
Borderline Desire  5
Christopher Bollas, Ph.D.
Transsexualism: Some Considerations on Aggression, Transference and Countertransference  11
Miguel Angel Gonzalez Torres, M.D., Ph.D.
The Splitting between Separate and Symbiotic States of the Self in the Psychodynamic of Schizophrenia  23
Maurizio Peciccia, M.D. and Gaetano Benedetti, M.D.
Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, Loneliness and Deafness  39
Ann-Louise S. Silver, M.D.
The Psychoanalytic Dream. Some theoretical aspects  47
Steinar Lorentzen, M.D.
Comments on The Psychoanalytic Dream by Steinar Lorentzen. Some Theoretical Aspects  56
Bengt Warren, Psych.
On the Child of Psychoanalysis: A Structural Perspective  59
Silvia Abu-Jamra Zornig, Dipl. Psych.
Mexican Time: A Point of View  65
Salvador Millán, M.D.
Reports and Brief Communications  70
Marco Conci
Congress Calendar  72
Issue 2 - Behind the Scenes: Freud in Corrospondence
Editorial: Freud in Correspondence  73
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
Whose Freud Is It? Some Reflections on Editing Freud's Correspondence  77
Ernst Falzeder, Ph.D.
Images of Freud: from his Correspondence  87
Alain de Mijolla, Ph.D.
The Circular Letters (Rundbriefe) as a Means of Communication of the “Secret Committee” of Sigmund Freud  111
Gerhard Wittenberger, Dr Phil.
Why Did Freud Choose Medical School?  123
Marco Conci, M.D.
The Beginnings of a Troubled Friendship: Freud and Ferenczi 1908-1914  133
Michael Schröter, Dr. phil. in Sociology.
Congress Calendar  150
Paul Roazen, How Freud worked. First-hand accounts of patients.: Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1995.  151
Marco Conci, M.D.
Reports and Brief Communications  154
Ellen Gussaroff, DSW
Issue 3 - Behind the Scenes: Freud in Corrospondence (Continued)
Editorial  155
Carlo Bonomi, Ph.D.
What Correspondence between Freud and Ferenczi?  159
André Haynal, M.D.
Mute Correspondence  165
Carlo Bonomi, M.D.
The Brunhilde Fantasy Freud's Countertransference in the Analysis of Elma  191
Agustín Genoves Candioti, M.D. and Luis J. Martín Cabré, Ph.D.
In Defense of Sabina Spielrein  203
Zvi Lothane, M.D.
The Freud-Jones Letters  219
Paul Roazen, Ph.D.
“Should this Remain?” Anna Freud's Misgivings Concerning the Freud-Jung Letters  227
Sonu Shamdasani
Letters of Two Remarkable Women: The Anna Freud—Lou Andreas-Salomé Correspondence  233
Daria A. Rothe,, Ph.D.
Mitchell, Stephen A. and Black, Margaret J. Freud and Beyond. A history of modern psychoanalytic thought. Basic Books 1995.  247
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
Reports and Brief Communications  249
Monica Anderson
Congress Calendar  250
Issue 4 - Psychoanalysis, Society and Politics
Editorial: Psychoanalysis, Society and Politics  251
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
The Psychoanalytical Movement: A Difficult History  255
Michele Ranchetti, Ph.D.
Dreaming of Freud: Ferenczi, Freud, and An Analysis Without End  265
Ernst Falzeder, Ph.D.
The Scientific Association of the Lake of Constance Psychiatrists 1919-1932: Psychoanalytic Contributions to the Treatment of Psychoses  271
Klaus Hoffmann, M.D.
Karl Landauer and the South West German Psychoanalytic Study Group  277
Hans-Joachim Rothe, M.D.
The Fate of the Totalitarian Object  289
Michael Šebek, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis and Politics  295
Horst-Eberhard Richter, M.D., phil., Prof., Dr.
Trauma and Processes of Separation from Parental Figures  301
Marika Lindbom-Jakobson and Lena Lindgren
Is There Any New Utopia in Sight?  307
Christer Sjödin, M.D.
Congress Calendar  316
Peter Kutter, ed. Psychoanalysis International: A Guide to the World of Psychoanalysis. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog, 1992, 1995, Vol. 1: Europe, Vol. 2: America, Asia, Australia; further European Countries.  317
Johannes Reichmayr
Reports and Brief Communications  322
Rómulo Aguillaume
Erratum  332
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