9781892746030

Lacan and the New Wave

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    9781892746030

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    1892746034

  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 1998-09-17
  • Publisher: Other Press
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Author Biography

Judith Feher-Gurewich

Judith Feher-Gurewich, Ph,D., practices psychoanalysis in Cambridge, MA. She is affiliated with the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute and is a member of the Association de Formation Psychoanalytique et de Recherches Freudiennes: Espace Analytique in Paris. Dr. Gurewich is the Director of the Lacan Seminar at Harvard University's Center for Literary and Cultural Studies.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Contributors xi
Who's Afraid of Jacques Lacan?
1(36)
Judith Feher Gurewich
Glossary of Selected Lacanian Terms
31(6)
Judith Feher Gurewich
Part I: Borderlines: Between French and American Psychoanalysis
The New Disorders of the Unconscious
37(6)
Judith Feher Gurewich
The Development of the Concept of the ``Borderline'' in Psychoanalytic Diagnosis and Treatment
43(20)
Nicholas Kouretas
A Borderline State of Humanity and the Fragmented Ego of the Analyst
63(10)
Professeur Pierre Fedida
The Concept of Borderline in French Psychoanalysis
73(4)
Professeur Daniel Widlocher
Part II: Dialogues and Controversies
Empathy and the Therapeutic Dialogue: An Historical-Conceptual Overview of Self Psychology and a Brief Clinical Example
77(22)
Paul H. Ornstein
The Signifier at the Crossroads between Sexuality and Trauma
87(8)
Professeur Monique David-Menard
Excerpts from the Discussion
95(4)
Primary Self pathology and the Process of Healing: A Clinical Example
99(28)
Anna Ornstein
The Scope and the Limits of the Theory of the Self in Psychoanalysis
107(16)
Marcianne Blevis
Excerpts from the Discussion
123(4)
Toward a Separate Line of Female Development: On Adolescence
127(34)
Joan J. Zilbach
Malkah T. Notman
In the Beginning Was Sexual Difference
145(10)
Jacques Hassoun
Excerpts from the Discussion
155(6)
Aggression in Women: A Re-Examination
161(24)
Malkah T. Notman
Woman: Access to Male Aggression or to Desire?
173(8)
Professeur Michel Tort
Excerpts from the Discussion
181(4)
Psychic Death and the Generation of Meaning
185(18)
Arnold H. Modell
Meaning and the Direction of the Treatment
193(6)
Professeur Joel Dor
Excerpts from the Discussion
199(4)
``Someday'' and ``If Only'' Fantasies
203(56)
Salman Akhtar
The Borderline Patient and His Relation to the Present Moment
235(6)
Juan-David Nasio
Excerpts from the Discussion
241(6)
Part III: The Subject and the Self: Conclusions
Professeur Michel Tort
247(12)
Index 259

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