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Volume 94 (2007)

Issue 1
Preface  1
Michael Eigen, Ph.D.
Introduction: Special Issue on the Internet  3
Evan Malater
Cyberspace  7
Christopher Bollas, Ph.D.
Reality in Cyberspace: Analysands' Use of the Internet and Ordinary Everyday Psychosis  11
Patricia L. Gibbs, Ph.D.
Cyber-Sex as Twilight Zone Between Virtual Reality and Virtual Fantasy: Creative Play Space or Destructive Addiction?  39
Joy A. Dryer, Ph.D. and Ruth M. Lijtmaer, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Cyberspace, Beyond Psychology  63
Ian Parker, Ph.D.
Future Considerations: Interactive Identities and the Interactive Self  83
Shara Sand, PsyD
The Claustrum: Sequestration of Cyberspace  99
Anne E. Curtis, DPsych, AssMAPS, MTASA, MRCNA
Net Culture  141
Wolfgang Schirmacher, Ph.D.
Caught in the Web: Patient, Therapist, E-mail, and the Internet  151
Evan Malater, LCSW
Mirrors that Pout: Subjectivity in the Age of the Screen  169
Ted Hiebert
Issue 2
Bearing Witness to Troubled Memory  191
Michael O'Loughlin
From Oblivion to Being: Faith and Catastrophe  213
Norma Tracey
Second Thoughts at Ground Zero  245
Bennett Roth, Ph.D.
The Disavowal of the Personal in Psychoanalytic Training  263
Joseph Bobrow, Ph.D.
The Analyst's Emotional Surrender  277
Zelda G. Knight, Ph.D.
Emotional Blindness and its Transformation  291
Gabriela Mann
Desire, Ritual, and Cuisine  315
Kima Cargill, Ph.D.
Letter to Editor  333
Beverly Schneider, LCSW
Response By Barbara S. Kane  336
Book Reviews: A Violent God-Image: An Introduction to the work of Eugen Drew-Ermann. By Matthias Beier. New York: Continuum International Publishing, 2004, xi + 388 pp.  341
Gary Ahlskog, Ph.D.
The Sensitive Self. By Michael Eigen. Wesleyan Unversity Press, 2004, 196 pp.  345
Jan Stensson, FIL.LIC.
In the Shadow of Fame. By Sue Erikson Bloland. New York: Viking Penguin, 2005, 229 pp.  347
Ted L. Cox, Ph.D.
Issue 3
A Psychoanalytic Struggle with the Concept of Death: A New Reading of Freud's “Thoughts for the Times on War and Death”  355
Liran Razinsky
Forgiveness and its Limits: A Psychological and Psychoanalytic Perspective  389
Ethel Spector Person, M.D.
Womb Envy: Loss and Grief of the Maternal Body  409
Catherine B. Silver, Ph.D.
The Creative Unconscious, The Unknown Self, and the Haunting Melody: Notes on Reik's Theory of Inspiration  431
Kyle Arnold, M.A.
Beyond Redemption  447
Rachel Newcombe, LICSW
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: The Unmeasurable Profession  463
David G. Kitron, M.A.
Dreamplay  475
Louis Hagood
Gustav Mahler: A Life in Crisis. by Stuart Feder M.D. New Haven Conn.: Yale University Press. 2004. Introductory volume: 368  493
Alexander Stein
Death and Delusion: A Freudian Analysis of Mortal Terror. by J. S. Piven. Greenwich, Conn.: Information Age Publishing. 2003 279  498
Marvin Hurvich, Ph.D., ABPP
Relational Group Psychotherapy: From Basic Assumptions to Passion. by Richard M. Billow. New York: Jessica Kingsley. 2003 256 pp.  503
Robert L. Weber, Ph.D.
Understanding Dissidence and Controversy in the History of Psychoanalysis. Edited by Martin S. Bergmann. New York: Other Press. 2004 396 + xvi pp., index.  507
Aleksandra Wagner
Issue 4
“You are, Therefore I am” Emmanuel Levinas and Psychoanalysis  515
Paul Marcus
Levinas, Winnicott, and Therapy  529
C. Fred Alford
“The Talking Cure” The Ethics of Psychoanalysis  553
Peter Atterton
“What Levinas and Psychoanalysis can Teach Each other, or how to be a Mensch without Going Meshugah”  577
David Ross Fryer
Is Levinas Relevant to Psychoanalysis?  595
B. C. Hutchens
An Analysis of the Psyche Inspired by Emmanuel Levinas  617
George Kunz
“I'm Just Wild about Harry!” A Psychoanalyst Reflects on his Relationship with his Dog  639
Paul Marcus
Can Levinas's Ethical Metaphysics Contribute to Psychoanalysis? The Case for and against  657
Andrew Tallon
Levinas and Psychoanalysis: The Radical Turn Outward and Upward  681
Richard N. Williams
Issue 5
On the Open-Endedness of Psychoanalysis  705
Andrea Sabbadini, C. Psychol.
Adolescence, a Syndrome of Ideality  715
Julia Kristeva
Guilt in an Age of Psychopathy  727
Michael Eigen, Ph.D.
“I Came with a Sword on Judgment Day” A Psychoanalytic Look at Terrorist Enactments  751
Lynn Somerstein
Pivotal Moments of Surrender to Mourning the Internal Parental Object  763
Susan Kavaler-Adler, Ph.D., ABPP, NCPsyA
Stories from the Bog: On the Underworld, the Underconsciousness, and the Undertaking  791
Patrick B. Kavanaugh, Ph.D.
Introduction to the Notion of Three Aspects of Reality on Earth: Psychological, Biological, and Inanimate Part 2: Reconciling Physics' Spacetime with Metapsychology: Developmental Considerations  817
Saro Palmeri
Death & the Fear of Finiteness in Hamlet. By Jerome Oremland. San Francisco: Lake Street Editions, 2005, 147 pp.  841
Gavriel Reisner
Families Count: Effects on Child and Adolescent Development. Edited by Alison Clarke-Stewart and Judy Dunn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006, x + 389 pp.Evocative Strategies in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy. By David A. Crenshaw. Lanham, Md: Jason Aronson, 2006, 297 pp.  847
Charlotte Kahn, ED.D.
Into the Mountain Stream. Psychotherapy and Buddhist Experience. Edited by Paul C. Cooper, Lanham, Md.: Jason Aronson, 2007, 192 pp.  850
Paul Marcus, Ph.D.
Issue 6
Special Issue on Film: Introduction  857
Tony Pipolo
The Moving Picture Cure: Self-Therapy Documentaries  865
Paul Arthur
David Cronenberg's Benevolent Pathology: Technology, Trauma, and the Perverse Social Link in Crash  887
Evan Malater, LCSW
Identity as Subterfuge: A Kleinian and Winnicottian Reading of David Lynch's Mulholland Drive  903
Johnny Young
Sexuality, Power, and Love in Cavani's the Night Porter: Psychological Trauma and Beyond  927
Victor L. Schermer, M.A., LPC, CGP, FAGPA
Perversion, Fetish, and Creativity: The Fate of Desire in “Utz”  943
Anita Weinreb Katz, Ph.D.
Moolaade  967
Stefanie Teitelbaum, LCSW, NCPsyA
Impersonation of the True Self  975
Ted Perry
Paranoiac Visions and Neo-Realities in the Recent Cinema: Reflections on Tausk's “Influencing Machine in Schizophrenia”  991
David L. Downing, PsyD
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