Volume 68, Number 2, Summer 2011

Table of Contents

Preface

pp. 149-153
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Sándor Ferenczi, the "Introjective Psychoanalyst"

pp. 155-172
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Winnicott's "Anni Horribiles": The Biographical Roots of "Hate in the Counter-Transference"

pp. 173-211
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Bion and Mysticism: The Western Tradition

pp. 213-240
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Nina Coltart: A Truly Independent Analyst

pp. 241-247
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In Nina Coltart's Garden: Gathering and Intertwining Some Thoughts of an Independent Psychoanalyst

pp. 249-265
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Specificity Theory: The Evolution of a Process Theory of Psychoanalytic Treatment

pp. 267-285
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Imprisoned Minds

pp. 287-295
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Solitude in Buddhism and in Psychoanalysis: The Case of the Great Tibetan Yogi Milarepa

pp. 297-319
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Data Learns to Dance: Star Trek and the Quest to Be Human

pp. 321-346
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Apropos the Arts

Leo Steinberg in Memoria Mea—Fragments

pp. 347-353
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Clinician's Corner

Regarding the Other

pp. 355-359
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Letter from London

Baseball Caps, Overcoats, Orange Suits, and Neckties: On Patients and Their Clothing

pp. 361-369
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Book Reviews

Learning from Life: Becoming a Psychoanalyst (review)

pp. 371-374
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Tormenti di anime. Passioni, sintomi, sogni [Souls in torment: Passions, symptoms, dreams] (review)

pp. 375-379
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The Intimate Room: Theory and Technique of the Analytic Field (review)

pp. 380-388
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