Psychoanalysis and Buddhism: An Unfolding Dialogue

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Jeremy D. Safran
Wisdom Publications, Apr 9, 1995 - Psychology - 464 pages
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"What a wonderful book! Jeremy Safran has assembled an absolutely stellar group of writers and has himself contributed an illuminating introduction. The essays are riveting and the book is the rare edited collection with real thematic unity. If you think you might have an interest in the intersection of psychoanalysis and Buddhism, this is the place to start. If you already know you're interested, once you look at the table of contents you'll find (at least I did) that you want to let Psychoanalysis and Buddhism displace whatever you were going to read next."--Donnel B. Stern, PhD, author of Unformulated Experience and editor of Contemporary Psychoanalysis

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This anthology of essays came out in 2003, since when it has sat on my shelf until this year, when I decided to finally read it as a kind of preparation for a dialogue I was invited to participate in ... Read full review


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Jeremy D. Safran, PhD, is a professor of clinical psychology at the New School for Social Research in New York. He received his doctorate in psychology from the University of British Columbia in 1982 and his postdoctoral certification in psychoanalysis from New York University in 2001. To learn more about his psychotherapy research lab, visit

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