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Teils gering kinitterig. - No. 1:Here and now: My perspective B. JOSEPH -- Where is here? When is now? E. O'SHAUGHNESSY -- Black client, white therapist: Working "with race in psychoanalytic psychotherapy in South Africa Z. G. KNIGHT -- Projective identification in Othello and Verdi's Qtello R. RUSBRIDGER -- Name-changes in post-war France: The traumatic experiences of the Shoah and its consequences on the second and third generation with reference to the example of name-changes -- C. MASSON -- Playing the game the child allots E. GOMBEROFF -- The analyst's work A. A. BRONSTEIN -- Learning to ride the horse: The back and forth of an analytic treatment and setting -The case of Raquel A. YANKELEVICH -- On Winnicott's clinical innovations in the analysis of adults: D. WlDLÖCHER -- An introduction to the work of Andre Green C. DELOURMEL -- Andre Green 1927-2012: An artisan of the future B. CHERVET -- Andre Green (12 March 1927-22 January 2012) D. WIDLÖCHER -- Freud. Jung. Sabina Spielrein and the countertransference: David Cronenberg'syl Dangerous Method J. AGUAYO -- NO. 2: Impervious and intrusive:The impenetrable object in transference and countertransference W. SKOGSTAD -- On psychic elements in a case of autistoid perversion B. NISSEN -- The function of the object in the binding and unbinding of the drives R. ROUISSILION -- The body one has and the body one is: Understanding the transsexual's need to be seen A. LEMMA -- The use of child drawings to explore the dual <-> group analytic field in child analysis E. MOLINARI -- Oedipus the king: Quest for self-knowledge, denial of reality. Sophocles' vision of man and psychoanalytic concept -- formation A. ZACHRISSON -- Introduction to Hermann Argelander's paper 'The scenic function of the ego and its role in symptom and character formation W. BOHLEBER -- The scenic function of the ego and its role in symptom and character formation H. ARGELANDER -- Discussion of Hermann Argelander's paper: 'The scenic function of the ego and its role in symptom and character formation' L. BALTES -- On:Trying to strengthen the psychoanalytic theory and discipline R. EPSTEIN -- Sustaining the object through the erotic imagination: Karoly Makk's Szerelem [Love] L. WEINSTEIN -- No. 3: Letter From Prague S. VARVIN -- 'Translation' and transformation' in the analytic situation: Freud - Bion -Laplanche S. HEENEN-WOLFF -- The ego, the ocular, and the uncanny: Why are metaphors of vision central in accounts of the uncanny? S. RAHIMI -- Psychoanalytic considerations abovit the anti-oedipal condition in Heinrich von Kleist's Penthesilea and in the analysis of Miss M -- A. MAUSS-HANKE -- Towards a better use of psychoanalytic concepts: A model illustrated using the concept of enactment W. BOHLEBER, P. FONAGY, J. P. JIMENEZ, D. SCARFONE, S. VARVIN AND S. ZYSMAN -- Transformations of Emotional Experience L. P. DE COKTINAS -- A brief introduction to the work of Jean Laplanche D. SCARFONE -- Obituary: Jean Laplanche: 21 June 1924-6 May 2012 P. MEROT -- Caesura and binocular vision in Pasolini's Pigsty C. GARCIA -- NO. 4: Transcending the caesura: Reverie, dreaming and counter-dreaming A. BERGSTEIN -- Bion andTustin: The autistic phenomena C. F. KORBIVCHER -- Seeing, mirroring, desiring: The impact of the analyst's pregnant body on the patient's body image J. YAKELEY -- No entry', an invitation to intrude, or both? Reflections on a group of anorexic patients J. M. STERN -- A note on the history of the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society from 1933 to 1945 P. ANTHI AND S. HAUGSGJERD -- Resistance in therapy and war: Psychoanalysis before and during the Nazi occupation of Norway 1933-45 H. R. NILSEN -- The wish for annihilation in 'love-death' as collapse of the need for recognition, in Wagner's Tristan und Isolde M. BERGSTEIN -- Transferences in parent-infant psychoanalytic treatments B. SAI.OMONSSON -- The concept of intersubjectivity in psychoanalysis: Taking critical stock W. BOHLEBER -- Matte Blanco and narrativity: Hitchcock's Vertigo M. SANCHEZ-CARDENAS -- No. 5: DieBrautbriefe. The Freud and Martha correspondence R. STEINER -- Introduction: The Wolf Man's Rorschach H.P.BLUM -- The Wolf Man's Rorschach F. S. WEIL -- Rorschach protocol. The Wolf Man's Rorschach - part 2 F. S.WEIL -- Rorschach interpretation of Freud's "Wolf Man" at age 69 R. SCHÄFER -- On the Rorschach protocol J. MCCARTHY WOODS -- Wolf Man: Concluding commentary H. P. BLUM -- Second thoughts on Agieren: Listening to the enacted G. SAPISOCHIN -- When Freud headed for the East: Aspects of a Chinese translation of his works T. PLAENKERS -- The ego and the id revisited Freud and Damasio on the body ego/self J. SLETVOLD -- NO. 6: The explosion of the present and the encapsulation of time: Transference phenomena in the analysis of a psychotic patient H.WEISS -- Orientation, containment and the emergence of symbolic thinking G. R. DICEGUE -- Tactics and empathy: Defences against projective identification L. STHYX -- Transformation and invariance in creative translations and analytic interpretations: A Bionian reading of Borges and Cervantes B. PRIEL -- Introduction: What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? R.B. BLASS -- What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? D. BOESKY -- What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? E. M. DA ROCHA BARROS -- Response: What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? C. CHABERT -- Rejoinder: What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? D. BOESKY -- Like a pebble in your shoe: A psychoanalytical reading of Lars von Trier's Breaking the waves and Antichrist J. GAMMELGAARD.