'"O" reflects a religious perspective almost taboo in psychoanalysis. This level of reality – unknown, unknowable, unthinkable and indescribable – makes the writing of my book something of a fool’s errand, for I am working toward a description of something that is essentially indescribable in linear verbal language.'
Annie Reiner, author of Bion and Being: Passion and the Creative Mind.
Professor Peter Rudnytsky, the distinguished psychoanalytical historian and author, and Honorary Member of the American Psychoanalytic Association, has just published a Festschrift in honour of the late Dr. Nina Coltart, edited in collaboration with Dr. Coltart’s sister, Mrs. Gillian Preston.
One of the many books by Gertraud Diem-Wille in German is now translated into English, containing significant ideas on developmental psychology.
A.H. Brafman explores the plethora of difficult and fundamental issues that arise from the notion of the patient's independence from the analyst.
An untranslatable word, Han, is used in Korea to signify a specific, national malady of the soul. Michael Eigen explores this concept, introducing his new book, Eigen in Seoul: Volume 1: Madness and Murder.
A wide-ranging monograph by Deirdre Johnson on falling in love, and how this experience has been and can be understood.