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Psychoanalytic Inquiry Book Series, V. 12
In the culminating volume in Stolorow and Atwood's development of intersubjectivity theory, the authors explain why the perspective of intersubjectivity cannot be reduced to a clinical sensibility that can be grafted onto existing psychoanalytic theory. Rather, they argue, the intersubjective perspective has methodological and epistemological implications that mandate a radical revision of all aspects of psychoanalytic thought. Contexts of Being is an important first step in effecting this revision.
Table of Contents
The Myth of the Isolated Mind
Three Realms of the Unconscious
The Mind and the Body
Trauma and Pathogenesis
Varieties of Therapeutic Alliance
Varieties of Therapeutic Impasse