Papers on Psychoanalysis by Hans Loewald

Papers on Psychoanalysis

byHans Loewald

Paperback | September 10, 1989

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This volume brings together many of the important writings of Hans Loewald, one of the major theoreticians of psychoanalysis today. Among other subjects, Dr. Loewald discusses the nature of the internalization processes and structure building, the nature the role of reality, pre-oedipal modes of perceiving and the permanence of a “psychotic core” in every personality, the relationship of psychoanalysis to culture, mastery and defense, and the nature of time.
“[Loewald’s] writing is stimulating and challenging, and his work contains some profound psychoanalytic insights.”—Steven J. Ellman, Contemporary Psychology
“Loewald belongs securely in the ranks of major psychoanalytic thinkers. . . . [His book] contains memorable contributions to our theoretical and clinical understanding of a broad range of topics, and should be read by anyone interested in human psychology.”—Sydney E. Pulver, M.D., Review of Psychoanalytic Books
“A pleasure to read.”—F. H. G. Balfour, British Journal of Psychiatry

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Title:Papers on PsychoanalysisFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 9.25 × 6.13 × 0.68 inPublished:September 10, 1989Publisher:Yale University Press

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ISBN - 10:0300046170

ISBN - 13:9780300046175

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This volume brings together many of the important writings of Hans Loewald, one of the major theoreticians of psychoanalysis today. Among other subjects, Dr. Loewald discusses the nature of the internalization processes and structure building, the nature and role of reality, pre-oedipal modes of perceiving and the permanence of a 'psychotic core' in every personality, the relationship of psychoanalysis to culture, mastery and defense, and the nature of time.