Women and Analysis

Women and Analysis Some psychical consequences of the anatomical distinction between the sexes Sigmund Freud On Freud the distinction between the sexes Juliet Mitchell Female sexuality Sigmund Freud On female sexu

  • Title: Women and Analysis
  • Author: Jean Strouse
  • ISBN: 9780670778416
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Some psychical consequences of the anatomical distinction between the sexes 25 Sigmund Freud On Freud the distinction between the sexes Juliet Mitchell Female sexuality 31 Sigmund Freud On female sexuality Elizabeth JanewayFemininity 33 Sigmund Freud On Freud s view of female psychology Margaret MeadManifestations of the female castration 20 Karl AbrahamThe caSome psychical consequences of the anatomical distinction between the sexes 25 Sigmund Freud On Freud the distinction between the sexes Juliet Mitchell Female sexuality 31 Sigmund Freud On female sexuality Elizabeth JanewayFemininity 33 Sigmund Freud On Freud s view of female psychology Margaret MeadManifestations of the female castration 20 Karl AbrahamThe castration complex reconsidered Joel KovelThe psychology of women in relation to the functions of reproduction 24 Helene DeutschSince 1924 toward a new psychology of women Marcia CavellThe flight from womanhood 26 Karen Horney Karen Horney s flight from orthodoxy Robert Coles On the nature of the animus 31 Emma Jung The androgyne Barbara Charlesworth Gelpi Passivity, masochism femininity 34 Marie BonaparteSome new observations on the origins of femininity Ethel Person The role of women in this culture 41 Clara M Thompson The role of Clara Thompson in the psychoanalytic study of women Ruth Moulton Womanhood the inner space 68 Erik H EriksonOnce the inner space Erik H Erikson Facts fancies an examination of Freud s concept of bisexuality 73 Robert J Stoller

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    1. I read this collection of essays while studying continental depth psychology at Union Theological Seminary in New York. I no longer recall if it, or part of it, was required for a class or if my girlfriend had it--more likely the latter. In any case, gender studies and the feminist critiques of psychological theory were a substantial part of the psychology program at the school as well as a common topic of discussion among its students, most of whom were women at the time.

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