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Reviews the book, Space and Psyche: Center 17 edited by Elizabeth Danze and Stephen Sonnenberg (2012). This book is a collection of essays, emanating ...
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Psychoanalysis has been immensely influential in Western culture, but its public standing has declined considerably in the last decades, as has been d...
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