Phantasy in everyday life: a psychoanalytical approach to understanding ourselves

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Penguin Books, Sep 1, 1985 - Psychology - 233 pages
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Examines British discoveries in psychoanalysis, discusses perception, emotion, relationships, guilt, responsibility, and work, and looks at how psychoanalysts observe their patients

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Acknowledgements
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Introduction
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Phantasy as Perception
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