The Ship of Thought: Essays on Psychoanalysis and Learning

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Duncan Barford
Karnac Books, 2002 - Literary Collections - 247 pages
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Fourth volume of the Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis.This book contains ten new essays by an interdisciplinary array of educationalists, psychoanalysts and academics, who confront head-on the many problems associated with the mystery of learning. What is learning? How are ideas 'transmitted' from the mind of one person to the mind of another? What makes a good teacher?
 

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CONTENTS
8
An Appraisal and Some
17
Is Anything More Interesting than Sex? The Freudian
41
A Jungian Perspective
64
W R Bions Theory
84
A Kleinian Perspective on Learning
106
An Essay on the Vicissitudes of Learning
136
Towards
175
Winnicott and Education
192
Lifelong Unlearning
212
Quotations and Aphorisms
224
Bibliography
230
Index
240
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