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Emmett Wilson
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October 2015: Psychoanalytic Quarterly
Rémy Amouroux
Vues analytiques sur la vie des abeilles et des termites (Analytical perspectives on the life of bees and termites) is a letter from L. R. Delves Broughton to Freud dated the 7th of August, 1927. The letter was translated into French by Marie Bonaparte (1882-1962) for the Revue Française de Psychanalyse (French Review of Psychoanalysis) in 1927. A German translation of the letter was done for the review Imago in 1928. In his letter Delves Broughton develops a captivating connection between Man's libidinal economy and that of certain social insects...
2007: Gesnerus
Ann Kutek
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September 2006: Journal of Analytical Psychology
A de Mijolla
France was affected by a deep psychoanalytic silence, both in theoretical and clinical fields, throughout the four years of German occupation. The psychoanalytic Institute closed its doors and the Revue française de psychanalyse interrupted its publication as soon as the armistice of 1940. Some people, e.g. Rudolf Loewenstein or Princess Marie Bonaparte, emigrated, others fought, e.g. Sacha Nacht or Paul Schiff. Daniel Lagache went on with his researches within the works of the University of Strasburg, which had sought shelter in Clermont-Ferrand...
1988: Revue Internationale D'histoire de la Psychanalyse
J C Arfouilloux
The history of training at the Société française de Psychanalyse, and later in the Association psychanalytique de France, coincides in fact with that of the psychanalytic movement in France over the past forty years. It has been marked by two scissions, in 1953 and in 1964, in which the questions of training and teaching were central issues. The first was caused by the creation of an Institut de Psychanalyse within the framework of the Société psychanalytique de Paris, and by deeply divergent ideas concerning the statutes of this Institut; this scission led to the founding of the Société française de Psychanalyse...
1989: Revue Internationale D'histoire de la Psychanalyse
C Girard
As from its creation in 1926, the Société psychanalytique de Paris took charge of organizing the transmission of psychoanalysis by founding a first Institut whose activities came to an end in 1940. As from the founding of a second Institut de Psychanalyse by S. Nacht in 1954, the training of psychoanalysts was to follow an orientation that was particular to the Société psychanalytique de Paris. Specific conflicts pertaining to the question of psychoanalytic training, the scisson of the Société psychanalytique de Paris and the evolution of the psychoanalytic movement in France were determining factors in the evolution of training at the Institut...
1989: Revue Internationale D'histoire de la Psychanalyse
P Bour
meeting of two days organized has happened at the Chartreuse C.H.S., the 24th and the 25th of March 1983, to give homage to J.-L. Moreno , founder of the groupe dynamic and of the psychodrama, insufficiently honoured in France, it looks. Living exchanges have allowed us to draw the mean lines of his technical innovations based of spontaneousity since "the empty chair", "the doble " and "the upsetting of parts", till the sociometric diagram allowing to locate the interactions in the groupe . Then, the different extensions of the therapeutical psychodrama have been developed, practiced since 35 years in Saint- Venant and in Dijon , according to a original method different with nevrosed illmen and with psychotic patients, those one profiting of "intermediate objects", making easier the relationships...
December 1983: Annales Médico-psychologiques
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