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The report of my death: A short course in American psychoanalysis

By Bill MacGillivray, PhD, ABPP

Psychoanalysis has been pronounced dead... For all its repeated obituaries, replete with Time cover stories, psychoanalysis has waxed and waned in the popular imagination, as well as in scientific circles, throughout the old century and now into the new. Its death has been lamented and celebrated, as its return to life has been touted and scorned; yet psychoanalysis never lets go. Its hold on our imagination, our conceptions of people and society, and our efforts at healing human suffering, remain powerful.

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