I started reading André Green’s work in Spanish translations published in Argentina from the late ‘60s.
The Roots of Sport
In May 1941 the Allies gained an unexpected opportunity to explore the mind of a leading Nazi when Rudolf Hess, deputy leader of the Nazi Party, landed in Scotland.
Psychoanalysis, Ethnography and Religious Practice: A Study of a Mosque Congregation - Judy Shuttleworth
Ethnography is the study of naturally occurring human events, developed by social anthropologists in the last century.
In October 2010 the Institute of Psychoanalysis held a two-day interdisciplinary conference on “Engaging with Climate Change: Psychoanalytic Perspectives.” A current view I agree with is that engag
Riccardo Steiner is a Member of the British Psychoanalytical Society. Amongst other distinguished contributions to psychoanalysis, he edited, together with Pearl King, the important work expoun
This is an English translation of an introductory essay written for a centenary reprint of the 1st edition of Freud’s Traumdeutung (Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main) due November 1999.
In a cool and scientifically objective spirit: perverting reason and truth in the Freud Case - David Snelling
Reply to 13 April 2000 LRB article by Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen: "How a Fabrication Differs from a Lie"
The mind of the fundamentalist/terrorist Not learning from experience: Hiroshima, the Gulf War and 11 September - Hannah Segal
This paper was published in the Newsletter of the IPA, Vol 11 Issue 1 2002
This article was first published in the Daily Telegraph on Saturday May 15th, under the title: "You Need to see a Psychoanalyst". This is a slightly extended version.