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Wilfred R. Bion

Noreen Giffney
This article considers my experience of reading Wilfred R. Bion's book Learning from experience (1962) and how transference operates in and around his work. I argue that Bion's work cannot simply be read but must be felt. I highlight the importance of Learning from experience for psychoanalytic practitioners becoming more self-reflexive about our theoretical and clinical practices, but also to bring attention to the process through which many of us come to Bion's insights "first hand" if you like, which is through his writings, in our position as readers...
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