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List of Articles


Volume 5 (1960)

Issue 1
The Ego-Self Paradox  3
Edward F. Edinger
Jesus-In-Reverse: Some Notes on the Case of a Compulsive Jew  19
MICHAEL ROSENTHALL
The Emergence of a Symbol in a Five-Year-Old Child  33
Michael Fordham
Reflections on Samuel Beckett's Plays  41
EVA METMAN
Critical Notice  65
John Layard
Complex, Archetype, and Symbol in the Psychology of C. G. Jung, by Jolande Jacobi, translated by R. Manheim. Bollingen Series 57. New York, Pantheon, $3.00; London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1959. pp. 236. 21s.  73
Michael Fordham
Collected Papers. Through Paediatrics to Psycho-Analysis, by D. W. Winnicott. London, Tavistock Publications, 1958. pp. 350. 35s.; New York, Basic Books.  74
A. Plaut
On Not Being Able to Paint, by Marion Milner. London, Heinemann, 1957. pp. 184. 21s.  75
R. D. Scott
Pointing the Way. Collected Essays by Martin Buber. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1957. pp. 239. 25s.  76
Kenneth Lambert
Christianity and Paradox, by Ronald W. Hepburn. London, C. A. Watts, 1958. pp. 210. 18s.  77
Kenneth Lambert
Body Image and Personality, by S. Fisher and S. E. Cleveland. New York and London, D. van Nostrand Company Inc., 1958, pp. 390. 64s.  78
Rosemary Gordon
Motives in Fantasy, Action, and Society, edited by John W. Atkinson. New York, London, D. van Nostrand Company Inc., 1958. pp. 837.  79
Rosemary Gordon
Readings in General Psychology, edited by P. Halmos and A. Iliffe. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1959. pp. 231. 25s.  80
Rosemary Gordon
Readings in Perception, edited by D. C. Beardslee and M. Wertheimer. New York, London, D. van Nostrand Company Inc., 1958, pp. 724. 66s.  80
Rosemary Gordon
A Comprehensive Dictionary of Psychological and Psycho-Analytical Terms, by H. B. English and A. C. English. London, New York, Toronto, Longmans Green, 1958. pp. 594. 60s.  81
Michael Fordham
Exploratio in Social Psychiatry, edited by Alexander H. Leighton, John A. Clausen and Robert N. Wilson. New York, Basic Books Inc. 1957. pp. 452.  81
G. Stewart Prince
Family Influences and Psychosomatic Illness: An Inquiry into the Social and Psychological Background of Duodenal Ulcer, by E. M. Goldberg. London, Tavistock Publications, 1958. pp. 308. 38s.  82
Murray Jackson
Mental Seduction and Menticide, by Joost A. M. Meerloo. London, Jonathan Cape, 1957. pp. 324. 21s.  83
G. Stewart Prince
Lehrbuch der allgemeinen Psychopathologie: Grundbegriffe und Klinik (Textbook of General Psychopathology. Basic Concepts and Clinical Aspects), by Dr. K. W. Bash. Foreword by Professor H. Binder. Contribution from Dr. H. Landolt. Stuttgart, Georg Thieme, 1955. pp. xvi + 288. DM 29.50.  83
L. Stein
Loathsome Women, by Leopold Stein and Martha Alexander. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1959. pp. 224. 21s.  84
Michael Fordham
The Patient Speaks, by Harold A. Abramson. New York, Vantage Press, 1956. pp. xx + 239. $3.50.  85
G. Stewart Prince
The Case as the Patient sees it. Psychoanalysis. National Association for Mental Health. London, 1958. pp. 22. 2s. 6d.  85
G. Stewart Prince
Issue 2
Good and Evil in Analytical Psychology  91
C. G. JUNG
The Process of Individuation in Blaise Pascal  101
Charles Baudouin
The Relevance of Analytical Theory to Alchemy, Mysticism, and Theology  113
Michael Fordham
Can Theologians and Analytical Psychologists Collaborate?  129
KENNETH LAMBERT
Theological Reflections  147
Victor White
Annotation  155
John Layard
Critical Notices: Jung's Concept of the Time-Stream  159
 
Art and the Creative Unconscious, by Erich Neumann. Bollingen Series 61. New York, Pantheon; London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1959. pp. 232. 25s.  177
N. Meyer
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