Psychoanalysis

  1. Informed Consent to Psychoanalysis

    Informed Consent to Psychoanalysis (Paperback)

    The Law, the Theory, and the Data Elyn R. Saks, and Shahrokh Golshan
    Price: $24.00
    The goal of this book is to shed psychoanalytic light on a concept—informed consent—that has transformed the delivery of health care in the United States.

    Examining the concept of informed consent in the context of psychoanalysis, the book first summarizes the law and...

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  2. Informed Consent to Psychoanalysis

    Informed Consent to Psychoanalysis (Hardcover)

    The Law, the Theory, and the Data Elyn R. Saks, and Shahrokh Golshan
    Price: $75.00
    The goal of this book is to shed psychoanalytic light on a concept—informed consent—that has transformed the delivery of health care in the United States.

    Examining the concept of informed consent in the context of psychoanalysis, the book first summarizes the law and...

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  3. The Right to Narcissism

    The Right to Narcissism (Hardcover)

    A Case for an Im-possible Self-love Pleshette DeArmitt
    Price: $85.00
    This book aims to wrest the concept of narcissism from its common and pejorative meanings— egoism and vanity—by revealing its complexity and importance. DeArmitt undertakes the work of rehabilitating “narcissism” by patiently reexamining the terms and figures that have...

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  4. The Right to Narcissism

    The Right to Narcissism (Paperback)

    A Case for an Im-possible Self-love Pleshette DeArmitt
    Price: $24.00
    This book aims to wrest the concept of narcissism from its common and pejorative meanings— egoism and vanity—by revealing its complexity and importance. DeArmitt undertakes the work of rehabilitating “narcissism” by patiently reexamining the terms and figures that have...

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  5. The Ideology of Hatred

    The Ideology of Hatred (Paperback)

    The Psychic Power of Discourse Niza Yanay
    Price: $22.00
    The 21st century might well be called the age of hatred. This is not because there is more violence in the world but because hatred has been transformed from a concept perceived to be a by-product of personal or collective violence into a discursive field.

    But what if longstanding...

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