The Death of Psychoanalysis: Murder? Suicide? Or Rumor Greatly Exaggerated?
Psychoanalysis is in danger of becoming marginalized, if not extinct, contends Robert Prince. Questions asked by the contributors to this book include: will psychoanalysis survive?, and will it locate itself in medicine, in social science, in philosophy, or in something sui generis?
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Thanatos Is Alive and Well and Living in Psychoanalysis
Separating the Wheat from the Chaff
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