Within Time and Beyond Time: A Festschrift for Pearl King

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Karnac Books, 2001 - Psychology - 277 pages
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A companion volume to 'It is a new kind of Diaspora', taking up where that book leaves off, it traces some of the consequences of the emigration of German and Austrian psychoanalysts to London, particularly in the context of the British Psycho-Analytical Society's 'Controversial Discussions'.
 

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Contents

The passion of history confronted with the failure
25
The evolution of organizational and training
66
PsychoanalysisLondon or British?
78
The Holocaust its aftermath and the problem
94
Repetition and modification in the ageing process
108
Some reflections on D W Winnicotts ideas
121
Technical problems in the analysis of a young adult
127
Further thoughts on the validation
141
Love relations in later years
177
Developmental and genetic perspectives
205
Fear of deathnotes on the analysis of an old
214
a reassessment
223
past present and future
230
REFERENCES
253
INDEX
269
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About the author (2001)

Ricardo Steiner is a member of the British Psycho-Analytical Society, and the current Honorary Archivist. Amongst other distinguished contributions to psychoanalysis, he edited, together with Pearl King, 'The Freud-Klein Controversies'. His other books, ''It's a New Kind of Diaspora': Explorations in the Sociopolitical and Cultural Context of Psychoanalysis', 'Tradition, Change, Creativity: Repercussions of the New Diaspora on Aspects of British Psychoanalysis', 'Unconscious Phantasy' and 'Within Time and Beyond Time: A Festschrift for Pearl King' are also published by Karnac Books.

Jennifer Johns

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