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List of Articles

Volume 2 (2000)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Andrea Sabbadini
Introductions to Karin Stephen, ‘Relations between the Superego and the Ego’ Introduction I  3
Michael Brearley
Introductions to Karin Stephen, ‘Relations between the Superego and the Ego’ Introduction II  7
Noel Bradley
Relations between the Superego and the Ego: Introductory Remarks  11
Karin Stephen
A World of Yesterday  29
Renata Gaddini
Profession - Psychoanalyst: A Historical View  37
Ernst Falzeder, Ph.D.
Some More Additional ‘Day Residues’: The First Review of Studien Uber Hysterie, Ilona Weiss and the Dream of Irma's Injection  61
Jay Geller
Freud, Luria and the Clinical Method  76
Mark Solms
Thoughts on the Influence of Brentano and Comte on Freud's Work  110
Blanca Anguera Domenjo
The Cultivated Italian (or) who Reminded Freud How to Remember Signorelli?  119
Philip Kuhn
Correspondence  123
Exhibit: ‘Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture’; reviewed by Nellie L. Thompson  125
Nellie L. Thompson
Freud: Conflict and Culture - Essays on his Life, Work and Legacy edited by Michael S. Roth (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1998) Authorized Knowledge: A Study of the History of Psychoanalysis From a Discourse Point of View by Jaap Bos (Utrecht: Febo druk bv, 1997) 20 Maresfield Gardens: A Guide to the Freud Museum by Erica Davies et al. (London: Serpent's Tail, 1998); reviewed by Naomi Segal  128
Naomi Segal
Freud and His Aphasia Book: Language and the Sources of Psychoanalysis by Valerie Greenberg (Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 1997, pp. 256); reviewed by Joseph Schwartz  136
Joseph Schwartz
Issue 2
Editorial  145
Andrea Sabbadini
A Note on Roy Grinker Sr  147
Malcolm Pines
Sigmund Freud's Letters to R.R. Grinker Sr 1933–1934: Plans for a Personal Analysis  152
Jerome Kavka, M.D.
The Correspondence of Edward Glover and Lawrence S. Kubie  162
Paul Roazen, M.A.
Tansley's Psychoanalytic Network: An Episode Out of the Early History of Psychoanalysis in England  189
Laura Cameron and John Forrester
‘Artificial Dentures’ Being Discordant Narratives of the Dreams of Irma's Injection  257
Philip Kuhn
At the Origins of Jungian Thought: Culture and Method. Elements of a Separation'  277
Pier Claudio Devescovi
Karin Stephen and the Superego  287
Bob Hinshelwood
Reply to Bob Hinshelwood  292
Michael Brearley
Correspondence  294
Tom Roberts
Book Reviews
Freud and the Neurosciences: From Brain Research to the Unconscious edited by Giselher Guttmann and Inge Scholz-Strasser with contributions by Oliver W. Sacks, Giselher Guttmann, Harald Leupold-Loewenthal, Malcolm Pines, Cornelius Borck, Morris N. Eagle and Detlev B. Linke (Verlag der Oesterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna, 1998, pp. 116); reviewed by Joseph Schwartz  295
Joseph Schwartz
‘Here Life Goes on in a Most Peculiar Way-’- Psychoanalysis before and After 1933 edited by Hella Ehlers. (Hamburg: Kellner Verlag and London: Goethe-Institut (n.d.)); reviewed by Malcolm Pines.  301
Malcolm Pines
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