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critical dictionary of psychoanalysis, A

Charles Rychoft

1979   

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DICCIONARIO DE LA OBRA DE WILFRED R. BION (Spanish Edition)

Rafael E. Lopez Corvo

2002    384 Pages    (Biblioteca Nueva)

Call #: 06,01,01/B57   

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Diccionario de Psicoanálisis

Jean Laplanche, J.B. Pontalis

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Call #: R/09,01,01/L25/660   

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Diccionario de Psicoanálisis Argentino

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2015    (APA)

Call #: R/01,07,01/A62/1793   

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Diccionario de psicoanalisis / Psychoanalysis Dictionary (El Libro De Bolsillo) (Spanish Edition)

Pierre Fedida

2005    176 Pages    (Alianza Editorial Sa)

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Diccionario del Pensamiento Kleiniano (Spanish Edition)

Robert Hinshelwood

1992    616 Pages    (Amorrortu Editores)

Call #: R/06,01,01/H56/147   

Hinshelwood se ha propuesto recoger los hilos teóricos del pensamiento de Klein, aunque sin dejar de exponer los lugares de la clínica práctica que fueron su matriz generadora. La primera parte del diccionario está compuesta por trece ensayos ordenados según su articulación conceptual. Se pueden leer como una introducción a

Hinshelwood se ha propuesto recoger los hilos teóricos del pensamiento de Klein, aunque sin dejar de exponer los lugares de la clínica práctica que fueron su matriz generadora. La primera parte del diccionario está compuesta por trece ensayos ordenados según su articulación conceptual. Se pueden leer como una introducción a [less]

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Diccionario del psicoanálisis clásico

Friedrich W. Doucet

1975    (Labor)

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Diccionario Internacional de psicoanálisis

Alain De Mijolla

2007    1600 Pages    (Ediciones Akal Sa)

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Encyclopedia of Jewish Humor: From Biblical Times to the Modern Age

1980    (Jonathan David Pub)

Call #: R/05,04,04/S73/352   

Jewish humor mirrors the minds and hearts of the Jewish people. It reflects their joys and sorrows, hopes and disappointments. Perhaps most significant, it demonstrates their willingness to poke fun at themselves, which has no doubt enabled Jews to endure centuries of hardship with head held high and a smile on their collective face. In the Encyclopedia of Jewish Humor, hailed as a landmark work when first published, Henry D. Spalding presents delightful anecdotes, quips, jokes, and yarns [...]

Jewish humor mirrors the minds and hearts of the Jewish people. It reflects their joys and sorrows, hopes and disappointments. Perhaps most significant, it demonstrates their willingness to poke fun at themselves, which has no doubt enabled Jews to endure centuries of hardship with head held high and a smile on their collective face. In the Encyclopedia of Jewish Humor, hailed as a landmark work when first published, Henry D. Spalding presents delightful anecdotes, quips, jokes, and yarns featuring the colorful folk who have added spice and spirit to Jewish life from biblical to modern times. Some of the selections are pungent, many are scornful of deceit and pretense, others are alive with brotherhood. Most are just downright hilarious. In thirty-nine chapters, Spalding allows forty centuries of Jewish life to speak through characters we have all grown to love. Here, you'll find the itinerant shnorrer who arrives in a small Lithuanian town late one Friday afternoon with no place to stay; the Yiddishe papa whose task it is to instruct little Mortie in the ways of the birds and bees; the congregant whose life's goal, it seems, is to make his rabbi miserable; the hypochondriac who complains of ailments as yet undiscovered. The author (re)introduces us to the shlemiels and shlimazls, rebbes and rebbetzins, mamas and papas, doctors and patients, marriage brokers and divorce lawyers, yeshiva students and sisterhood presidents whose peculiar antics never fail to entertain. In the preface to this classic work, Henry Spalding writes that the surest way to destroy humor is to analyze it. So no more analyzing...Now it's time to read a little something! [less]

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glossary of psychoanalytic terms and concepts, A

B. E. Moore, B.D. Fine

1971    (APA)

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Language of Bion, The

P. C. Sandler

2005    350 Pages    (Routledge)

This well-organized dictionary contains entries built with an assembly of quotations and re-arrangement of Bion's texts, in the manner of Laplanche and Pontalis' "The Language of Psychoanalysis". The history and meaning of all Bion's concepts are shown in the entries, as well as research into their historical origins. The author does not try to convey his own reading of Bion's work but rather he presents the work as it is. However Dr Sandler does include his own insightful comments in-between [...]

This well-organized dictionary contains entries built with an assembly of quotations and re-arrangement of Bion's texts, in the manner of Laplanche and Pontalis' "The Language of Psychoanalysis". The history and meaning of all Bion's concepts are shown in the entries, as well as research into their historical origins. The author does not try to convey his own reading of Bion's work but rather he presents the work as it is. However Dr Sandler does include his own insightful comments in-between entries in order to clarify certain issues. This dictionary will prove to be indispensable in improving comprehension of W.R. Bion's often obscure and difficult concepts. [less]

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Language of Psycho-Analysis, The

Jean Laplanche, Jean-Bertrand Pontalis

1974    528 Pages    (W. W. Norton & Company)

Call #: 01,01,01/L25/236   

The definitive guide to psychoanalytic vocabulary. An indispensable reference book for anyone interested in psychoanalysis. Sigmund Freud evolved his theories throughout his lifetime. This entailed many revisions and changes which he himself never tried to standardize rigidly into a definitive conceptual system. The need for some sort of a reliable guide which would spell out both the pattern of the evolution of Freud's thinking, as well as establish its inherent logic, was felt for a long time [...]

The definitive guide to psychoanalytic vocabulary. An indispensable reference book for anyone interested in psychoanalysis. Sigmund Freud evolved his theories throughout his lifetime. This entailed many revisions and changes which he himself never tried to standardize rigidly into a definitive conceptual system. The need for some sort of a reliable guide which would spell out both the pattern of the evolution of Freud's thinking, as well as establish its inherent logic, was felt for a long time by both scholars and students of psychoanalysis. Drs. Laplanche and Pontalis of the Association Psychoanalytique de France succeeded admirably in providing a dictionary of Freud's concepts which is more than a compilation of mere definitions. After many years of creative and industrious research, they were able to give an authentic account of the evolution of each concept with pertinent supporting texts from Freud's own writing (in the Standard Edition translation), and thus have endowed us with an instrument for work and research which is characterized by its thoroughness, exactitude and lack of prejudice towards dogma. [less]

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Language of Winnicott : A Dictionary of Winnicott's Use of Words, The

Jan Abram

1997    400 Pages    (Gardners Books)

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Psychoanalytic Terms and Concepts

Burness E. Moore (Editor), Bernard D. Fine (Editor)

1990    236 Pages    (Yale University Press)

Call #: R/01.01.01/M79/139/1990   

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Seminario - La Identidad (Spanish Edition)

Claude Levi-Strauss

2000    (Ediciones Petrel)

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