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List of Articles

Volume 63 (2018)

Issue 1
JAP Editorial February 2018  3
William Meredith-Owen
Residues in the Analyst of the Patient's Symbiotic Connection at a Somatic Level: Unrepresented States in the Patient and Analyst  6
Geraldine Godsil
The Analyst's Rorschach: Gateway to Opening the Dialectical Field  26
William Alexy, Ph.D.
Disrupted Narrative and Narrative Symbol  47
Georgije Vuletić
C. G. Jung and Intuition: From the Mindscape of the Paranormal to the Heart of Psychology  65
Nathalie Pilard
Freedom and the Psychoanalytic Ontology of Quantum Physics  85
Stefan Gullatz and Matthew Gildersleeve
And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon: A Hodgepodge of Reflections, as Rigorous as They are Rambling, on the True Subject  106
Greg Mogenson
The Alchemical ‘Not’ and Marlan's Stone That Remains a Stone. A Response to His Critique of Giegerich's ‘Psychology Proper’  123
John Hoedl
Book Reviews
Bisagni, Francesco. Obsessions: The Twisted Cruelty. London: Karnac Books, 2017. Pp. 272. Pbk. £27.99.  131
Brian Feldman
Colman, Warren. Act and Image: The Emergence of Symbolic Imagination. New Orleans: Spring Journal and Books. 2016. Pp. 338. Pbk. £24.96.  134
John Merchant
Covington, Coline. Everyday Evils: A Psychoanalytic View of Evil and Morality. New York: Routledge, 2017. Pp. xiii +186. Pbk. $52.95.  136
Steve Zemmelman
Gardner, Leslie & Gray, Frances (Eds.). Feminist Views from Somewhere: Post-Jungian Themes in Feminist Theory. Hove, New York: Routledge: 2017. Pp. 160. Pbk. £34.99.  139
Nathalie Pilard
List of contributors  142
Issue 2
April Editorial  147
Susanna Wright
Traumatic Dissociation of Aspects of the Feminine: An Asian Cultural Perspective  150
Aditee Ghate
Imagining with the Body in Analytical Psychology. Movement as Active Imagination: An Interdisciplinary Perspective from Philosophy and Neuroscience  166
Ana Deligiannis
Imaginal Action: Towards a Jungian Conception of Enactment, and an Extraverted Counterpart to Active Imagination  186
Robin S. Brown, Ph.D., LP, NCPsyA
Hiding in Plain Sight: Jung, Astrology, and the Psychology of the Unconscious  207
Stephanie Buck, Ph.D.
On Matters of Mind and Body: Regarding Descartes  228
Elizabeth Urban, Ph.D.
The Ethical Dimension of Analytical Psychology  241
Marco Heleno Barreto, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Campbell, Donald & Hale, Rob. Working in the Dark: Understanding the pre-suicide state of mind. London: Routledge. 2017. Pp. 120. Hbk. £85. Pbk. £21.99.  255
Maggie McAlister
Yiassemides, A., ed., Time and the Psyche: Jungian Perspectives, London and New York: Routledge, 2017. Pp. 150. Pbk. £31.99.  256
Christian Gaillard
Zoja, Luigi. Paranoia: The Madness that Makes History. London and New York: Routledge. 2017. Pp. 347. Hbk: £130.00. Pbk: £37.99. Ebook: £37.99.  259
Ann Casement
Contributors to the Issue  262
Issue 3
Editorial  267
Marcus West
Introduction to Special Edition of JAP on the ‘Who is My Jung?’ Conference Held at the British Library in October 2017 to mark the 40th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Association of Jungian Analysts (AJA)  271
Ruth Williams
Welcome Address to the ‘Who is My Jung?’ conference  277
Arthur Niesser
Who is My Jung? Memories, Reflections, Prospects  280
Martin Stone
Aqua Vitae, Aqua Permanens: Dreaming, Drowning, Swimming and Surfing in Analysis  295
Marilyn Matthew
Jung and Mr. Punch as Mythologems  305
Dale Mathers, MB.BS., MRCPsych
Living in Two Worlds. How ‘Jungian’ am I?  313
Helen Morgan
‘Who is My Jung?’ The Progressive, though Sometimes Ambivalent, Expansion of Jung's Idea of the Collective Unconscious: From an ‘Unconscious Humanity’ to - in all But Name - the Soul of the World  322
Jules Cashford
Are Archetypes Essential?  336
Warren Colman
Who is My Jung? A Personal and Symbolic History  347
Jim Fitzgerald
‘Thank God I'm Not a Jungian’  356
Ann Shearer
Outside-in: Jung's myth of Interiority Ambiguated. Or - Knowing Me, Knowing Jung - ahah!  368
Mark Saban
Paradoxical Affinities: Otherness and Ambivalence as Creative Pathways  382
Jan Wiener
Book Review
Brown, Robin S. (ed.). Re-Encountering Jung: Analytical Psychology and Contemporary Psychoanalysis. New York: Routledge, 2018. Pp. xv + 230. Pbk. £31.99.  393
Michael J. Loeffler
Film and Culture
Denial: in its own shadow  397
Sue Lieberman, M.Sc.
Denial: In its Own Shadow (A Clinical Response)  406
Roselyn Abbott, M.A.
List of Contributors  409
Issue 4
Editorial  417
Tom Kelly
The Weariness of the Hero: Depression and the Self in a Civilization in Transition  420
Henrique C. Pereira, Ph.D.
A Master’s Key to the Analysis of Self-Experience  440
John Beebe
Jungian Dialogism and the Problem of Depth  444
William E. Smythe, Ph.D.
Freud, Jung and The Great Chain of Being  462
Soren Ekstrom, Ph.D.
Brain Activation Patterns in Response to Complex Triggers in the Word Association Test: Results from a New Study in the United States  484
Michael Escamilla, Hugo Sandoval, Vince Calhoun and Marisol Ramirez
Complex in Memory, Mind in Matter: Walking Hand in Hand†  510
Aurea Afonso M. Caetano, M.D. and Teresa Cristina Machado, M.D.
Cultural Clinical Psychology and Metaphors of Trauma Effects: Discussions from an International Expert Conference in Zurich  529
Andreas Maercker and Iara Meili
Book Reviews
Brunskell-Evans, H. & Moore, M. (Eds). Transgender Children and Young People: Born in Your Own Body. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. Pp. 224. Hbk. £61.99.  536
James Caspian
Makari, George. Soul Machine: The Invention of the Modern Mind. New York: W.W. Norton. 2015. Pp. xvi + 656. Hbk. $39.95. Pbk. $19.95.  538
Victor J. Krebs
Stern, Donnel B. & Hirsch, Irwin. (eds.). The Interpersonal Perspective in Psychoanalysis, 1960s-1990s: Rethinking transference and countertransference. London & New York: Routledge. 2017. Pp. 310. Hbk. $190. Pbk. $52.95.  542
Paul Lippmann
Journal Reviews
Levy, R. (2017). ‘Intimacy, the drama and beauty of encountering the Other’. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 98, 3, 877-894.  546
Antonio Karim Lanfranchi
Czubinska, Grazyna (2017). ‘Migration as an Unconscious Search for Identity: Some Reflections on Language, Difference and Belonging.’ British Journal of Psychotherapy, 33:2 159-176.  549
Hellen Mabhikwa
Cassorla, Roosevelt M.S. (2017). ‘Stupidity in the Analytic Field: Vicissitudes of the Detachment Process in Adolescence’. International Journal Psychoanalysis, 98:371-391  552
Francesco Bisagni
Slochower, J. (2017). ‘Going too Far: Relational Heroines and Relational Excess’. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 27, 3, 282-299.  554
Nora Swan-Foster
Nociforo, Nicola. (2017). ‘The Invasion of Reality (or of Negotiation): The Psychoanalytic Ethic and Extinction Anxiety’. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 98: 1311-1332.  557
Basia Gasiorek
Ogden, T.H. (2017). ‘Dreaming the Analytic Session: A Clinical Essay’. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 86, 1, 1-19.  560
Joel Kroeker
Obituary: Thomas B. Kirsch, M.D.  563
Murray Stein, Ph.D.
Contributors to This Issue
List of Contributors  568
Issue 5
Editorial  575
Marcus West
‘Routine is a Blind Alley’ (C. G. Jung): On the Similarities between Artistic-Creative and Psychoanalytic Work  577
Stefan Wolf, Ph.D.
Wiki-Analysis: Speed, Adaptation and Subjectivity in a Liquid World  599
Francesco Bisagni, M.D., NcPsyA
‘Just Black Sometimes’: Analytic Tools Applied at the Frontlines of Social Upheaval, Part 1  619
Robert Tyminski
An Unhealable Wound: Left by Suicide  641
Claire Allphin, M.S.W., Ph.D.
Descartes’ Dualism and the Phenomenological Tradition: A Response to Elizabeth Urban’s ‘On Matters of Mind and Body: Regarding Descartes’  656
Roger Brooke
Response to Roger Brooke’s Critique of ‘On Matters of Mind and Body: Regarding Descartes’  661
Elizabeth Urban, Ph.D.
A Simple Statement about the Concept of Archetypes Stimulated by Warren Colman’s Paper ‘Are Archetypes Essential?’  664
Hugh Gee, M.A., D.P.S.A.(Oxon), DMH
Response to Hugh Gee’s ‘A Simple Statement about the Concept of Archetypes’  667
Warren Colman
Film and Culture
Human Flow/Sweet Country/No Law  670
Craig San Roque, Ph.D.
The Artist and The Model  678
Gonzalo Himiob
Giacometti’s Gaze  681
Matthias Leutrum
Art and Psyche  688
Linda Carter, MSN, CS
Contributors to This Issue
List of Contributors  692
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