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Relational Concepts in Psychoanalysis

An Integration

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$91.50 • £73.95 • €82.50

ISBN 9780674754119

Publication Date: 11/15/1988

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340 pages

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  • Introduction
  • I. Boundaries
    • 1. The Relational Matrix
    • 2. “Drive” and the Relational Matrix
  • II. Sexuality
    • 3. Drive Theory and the Metaphor of the Beast
    • 4. Sex without Drive (Theory)
  • III. Infantilism
    • 5. The Metaphor of the Baby
    • 6. Clinical Implications of the Developmental Tilt
  • IV. Narcissism
    • 7. The Wings of Icarus
    • 8. A Delicate Balance: The Clinical Play of Illusion
  • V. Continuity and Change
    • 9. The Problem of the Will
    • 10. Penelope’s Loom: Psychopathology and the Analytic Process
  • References
  • Index

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