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Volume 15 Issue 2

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Remembering a Friend and a Teacher: Reflections on Stephen Mitchell’s Can Love Last?: Introduction to Papers by Merav Roth and Dana Amir; Lewis Aron: True Love as the Love of Truth; Merav Roth: The Other as an Object of Conquest Versus the Other as Horizon: A Reading in Stephen Mitchell and Clarice Lispector; Dana Amir: Can Love Live? Afterword to Papers by Merav Roth and Dana Amir; Boaz Shalgi: Introduction to Discussions from the Launch of The Collected Works of D.W. Winnicott, 12-Volume Set, Edited by Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson; Adrienne Harris and Lewis Aron: Discussions from the New York City Launch of The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott, 12-Volume Set, Including Welcomes from Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson (Co-Editors of the Collected Works) and Angela Joyce (Chair of the Winnicott Trust); Remarks from Individual Volume Editors Vincenzo Bonaminio, Angela Joyce, and Arne Jemstedt; and an Appreciation for Elisabeth Young-Bruehl by Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson; Helen Taylor Robinson, Lesley Caldwell, Angela Joyce, Vincenzo Bonaminio and Arne Jemstedt:

Lewis Aron, PhD remembers his friend and collaborator in personal terms and discusses how Mitchell’s theoretical thinking on love continues to extend through the academic elaboration in papers by Merav Roth and Dana Amir. In this paper Merav Roth, PhD addresses a few main factors that stand in the way of true love and the psychological condition that might enable love to last. Dana Amir, PhD presents a dialogue between Clarice Lispector’s story “Love” and Stephen Mitchell’s ideas in his book Can Love Last? The Fate of Romance Over Time. Author Boaz Shalgi, PhD uses the innovative conceptualization of love and passion, drawn by Mitchell and elaborated by Roth and Amir, to unshackle these feelings from their hazardous and alarming qualities and connotations. With references to the existing literature on the topic of Ferenczi’s undocumented influence, Adrienne Harris, PhD and Lewis Aron, PhD detail the theoretical points that make this case and argue that Winnicott represents a development within the Ferenczian legacy. On January 19, 2017, Helen Taylor Robinson, BA, Lesley Caldwell, PhD, Angela Joyce, BA, MSc, Vincenzo Bonaminio, PhD and Arne Jemstedt, MD, the Editors of The Collected Works of D.W. Winnicott, 12-Volume Set, together with three volume editors of the Collected Works and the current Chair of the Winnicott Trust in London, spoke at the Sandor Ferenczi Center at the New School for Social Research in celebration of the launch of this momentous publication. Their spoken remarks have been transcribed here for publication.

 

Book Review: : Holding While Being Held: A Review of the Collected Works of D.W. Winnicott, Edited by Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson

The newly published 12-volume set of the collected works of D.W. Winnicott is reviewed. In addition to describing the content of this work, the author attempts to capture how evocative his experience was in reading it.

Private Lives

In The English Professor, Binnie Klein tells a story of subjugation to a man. In it, she describes feelings of rejection and humiliation that shook her to the core. Her story is inspiring as she bravely overcame painful experience and went on to live a meaningful life.

 


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