Temario JAPA, 54, 2 (2006)

Publicado en la revista nº024

Autor: Aperturas Psicoanalíticas

 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHOANALYTIC ASSOCIATION

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Volume 54                                            2006                                    Number  2

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FROM THE EDITOR

Stephen T. Levy

Ah, the French

355

INTRODUCTION

Ephi Betan

Pluralism, an introduction

357

PLENARY ADDRESS

Arnold D. Richards

The creation and social transmission of psychoanalytic knowledge

359

COMMENTARIES

Sander L. Gilman

Psychoanalysis and medicine in the time of Freud and Brill: Commentary on Richards

379



Paul Roazen

The creation and social transmission of psychoanalytic knowledge: Commentary on Richards

389

ORIGINAL PAPER

Mitchell Wilson

"Nothing could be further from the truth": The role of lack in the analytic process

397

COMMENTARIES

Lewis A. Kirshner

The concept of the negative in psychoanalysis: Commentary on Wilson

423



Arnold Goldberg

A lament about lack: Commentary on Wilson

429



Bonnie E. Litowitz

Where does nothing come from? Commentary on Wilson

435



Gail S. Reed

The reader's lack: Commentary on Wilson

447



Mitchell Wilson

Response to commentaries

457

ORIGINAL PAPER Fred Pine

The Psychoanalytic Dictionary: A position paper on diversity and its unifiers

463

COMMENTARY

Eslee Samberg and Elizabeth L. Auchincloss

Commentary on Pine's Psychoanalytic Dictionary

493



A Dictionary and a "Dictionary": Response to commentary

501

ORIGINAL PAPERS

Aner Govrin

The dilemma of contemporary psychoanalysis: Toward a "knowing" of post-postmodernism

507



Nicholas Midgley

Re-reading Little Hans: Freud's case study and the development of psychoanalytic theory

537

RESEARCH SECTION

INTRODUCTION

Stuart T. Hauser

Studying psychoanalysis: Asking and answering the hard questions

561

ORIGINAL PAPER

Patrick Luyten, Sidney J. Blatt, and Jozef Corveleyn

Minding the gap between positivism and hermeneutics in psychoanalytic research

571

COMMENTARIES

Richard Almond

How do we bridge the gap? Commentary on Luyten, Blatt, and Corveleyn

611



Donald P. Spence

Closing the gap: Commentary on Luyten, Blatt, and Corveleyn
619



Patrick Luyten, Sidney J. Blatt, and Jozef Corveleyn

Building a bridge over troubled water: Response to commentaries

627

PANEL REPORT

Jacqueline C. McGregor

A British independent analyst at work

633

JAPA REVIEW OF BOOKS



643


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