|1 Jeremy D. Safran
"Faith, Despair, Will, and the Paradox of Acceptance"
2 Jay Greenberg
"Analytic Authority and Analytic
3 Robert Langan
"Introductory Note to Symposium"
4 Barbara Schapiro
"Transitional States and Psychic Change: Thoughts on Reading D. H.
5 Philip M. Bromberg
"Playing with Boundaries"
6 Robert Langan
"Coming to Be: Change by Affiliation"
7 Adam Phillips
8 Andrew P Morrison
"Shame, on Either Side of Defense"
9 Barbara K. Eisold
"Profound Recognition: Where Does It Fit in Analytic Work? "
10 Judith Rendely
"The Death of an Analyst: The Loss
of a Real Relationship"
11 Dominick Grundy, "The Sins of development: Adam's Gospel"
(saggio-recensione di: Adam Phillips, The Beast in the Nursery.
New York: Pantheon Books, 1998)
12 Robert Ehrlich, "Psychoanalysis, Early Anxieties, and Bodily
Esperiences" (saggio-recensione di: Judith Mitrani, A Framework for
tbe Imginary: Clinical Explorations in Primitive States of Being. Northvale,
NJ: Aronson, 1996)
13 Murray Krim, "Otto Rank: Unaknowledged Genius" (saggio-recensione
di: Robert Kramer, Otto Rank A Psycology of Difference. The American
Lectures, Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press, 1996; Esther Menaker,
Separation, Will, and Creativity: The Wisdom of Otto Rank. Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1996)