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Freely Associated: Encounters in Psychoanalysis

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This book has a very simple aim: to provide, in a single collection, an overview of the lifework and thought of five of the most gifted, insightful and provocative thinkers in contemporary psychoanalysis. Compiled over two years, these interviews probe beyond the biographical to illustrate connections between life experience and the broad-ranging philosophical concerns and clinical experience of an ever-evolving psychoanalysis. The encounters are with: Christopher Bollas, Joyce McDougall, Michael Eigen, Adam Phillips, Nina Coltart. Uncommon book.

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Uncommon book in very good condition
Author(s):
Molino, Anthony (editor)
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1997
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1853433861
ISBN-13:
9781853433863
Number of pages:
211
Publisher:
Free Association

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This book has a very simple aim: to provide, in a single collection, an overview of the lifework and thought of five of the most gifted, insightful and provocative thinkers in contemporary psychoanalysis. Compiled over two years, these interviews probe beyond the biographical to illustrate connections between life experience and the broad-ranging philosophical concerns and clinical experience of an ever-evolving psychoanalysis. The encounters are with: Christopher Bollas, Joyce McDougall, Michael Eigen, Adam Phillips, Nina Coltart. Uncommon book.

Added value:
Uncommon book in very good condition
Author(s):
Molino, Anthony (editor)
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1997
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1853433861
ISBN-13:
9781853433863
Number of pages:
211
Publisher:
Free Association

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