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COVER -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- FOREWORD -- INTRODUCTION -- CHAPTER ONE Why we can't call ourselves Bionians (1987): notes on the life and work of W. R. Bion -- CHAPTER TWO Psychoanalysis is a "poppy field" (1988): "vision" in analysis -- a divertissement about the vertex -- CHAPTER THREE Ps= D (1981) -- CHAPTER FOUR The role of the group with regard to the "unthinkability" of nuclear war (1987) -- CHAPTER FIVE On "non-therapeutic" groups (1989): the use of the "task" as a defence against anxieties -- CHAPTER SIX Warum Krieg? (1990): the Freud-Einstein correspondence in the context of psychoanalytic social thought -- CHAPTER SEVEN Aggressiveness-bellicosity and belligerence (1991): passing from the mental state to active behaviour -- CHAPTER EIGHT The creation of mental models (1992): basic and ephemeral models -- CHAPTER NINE Experiences in Groups revisited (1992) -- CHAPTER TEN Some notes on the theories of structure and mental functioning underlying A Memoir of the Future by W. R. Bion (1993): festschrift for Francesco Corrao -- CHAPTER ELEVEN From free-floating attention to dream work-α (1993) -- CHAPTER TWELVE Inside and outside the transference: more versions of the same story (1995)-or: history versus geography? -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN The concept of the individual in the work of W. R. Bion, with particular reference to Cogitations (1996) -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN The two sides of the caesura (1996) -- CHAPTER FIFTEEN Bion and the group: knowing, learning, teaching (1996) -- CHAPTER SIXTEEN Bion's contribution to psychoanalysis (1996) -- CHAPTER SEVENTEEN Bion: a Freudian innovator (1997) -- CHAPTER EIGHTEEN Dreams (1998) -- CHAPTER NINETEEN From formless to form (1998) -- CHAPTER TWENTY Laying low and saying (almost) nothing (1998) -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- INDEX.
Maps for Psychoanalytic Exploration brings together Parthenope Bion Talamo's main works, until now published only in Italian. They are made available to a wider readership in this volume through a translation into English by Shaun Whiteside, supported by the generosity of the members of the Melanie Klein Trust.In these chapters Parthenope explores important implications of her father's ideas at different levels of psychic and social organisation. Her writing is very clear and, as Dr Anna Bauzzi, the Editor of the Italian edition, writes in her Introduction, the quality of it makes many of Bion's ideas more accessible, without any reduction of their complexity.
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