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List of Articles


Volume 10 (2017)

Issue 1
Acknowledgements: 10 - Year Anniversary  9
Gianina Micu
Argument on the Theme on Identity  11
Anatoli Eduard Reghintovschi
Psychic Truth and Questions of Identity  17
Brînduşa Orăşanu
Melancholic Oedipus  37
Vladimir Marinov
Identity Figures - Identity Configurations Psychogenesis, Psychopathological Configurations  55
Veronica Şandor
The Role of Arbitrariness in Identity Formation and Research  69
Horst Kächele and Joseph Schachter
Beyond Identifications, the Anxiety of Being  85
Rodica Matei
On the Identity: … Or How the Flowers are Risking to Become Immortelles …  89
Bogdan Sebastian Cuc
Arbitrariness and Fact  97
Anatoli Eduard Reghintovschi
The Identity of Contemporary Couples: A Sociological and Psychoanalytic Approach  109
Eric Smadja
Intimacy in a Virtual World: Some Reflections on Spike Jonze's Film Her  131
Andrea Sabbadini
Personal Statement: Main Topics of Reasearch and Activity Research, Clinical and Educational Work on the Holocaust  141
Ilany Kogan
Issue 2
Editorial
History of the RJP on its 10-Year Anniversary  9
Matei Georgescu and Gianina Micu
Argument on the Theme: Identity and its Place in the Field of Psychoanalysis  13
Gabriel Balaci
Theoretical and Clinical Psychoanalysis
Narcissism: Is it Still a Useful Psychoanalytic Concept?  19
Eike Hinze
The Construction of the Self and of the Sentiment of Being  35
Daniela Luca
Building Identity: Between Too Much and Not Enough  53
Bogdan Sebastian Cuc
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Adolescent Crisis and the Construction of Identity. A Portuguese History  87
Irena Talaban
Impossible Mourning as an Early Traumatic Experience  111
Gabriel Balaci
Applied Psychoanalysis
The Mind at War  135
Paolo Fonda
Three British Movies through a Psychoanalytic Lens  157
Andrea Sabbadini
Discussions
Traumatic Steps in Building Identity  181
Rita Teodoru
The False Self and the Construction of Identity in the Psychoanalytic Process  189
Rodica Matei
Ai - Artificial Identity ‘Who’ or ‘What’ is Samantha?  199
Anatoli Eduard Reghintovschi
Portraits
How to Keep Thinking, Dreaming and the Foundation of the Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis  211
Nadia Bujor
Permanent Argument for the Foundation of a Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis  219
Brînduşa Orăşanu
10 Years of Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis  227
Veronica Şandor
Book Review
OPD-2 (Operationalised Psychodynamic Diagnosis). A Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy Planning  237
Simona Trifu
Erratum
Identity Figures - Identity Configurations Psychogenesis, Psychopathological Configurations  249
Veronica Şandor
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