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This paper outlines some of Charles Rycroft's thoughts about language. It divides into three parts: the first addresses the general hypothesis of communicative interaction, with particular reference to (a) the presence or fullness of signs and (b) original speech. In the second part of the paper I trace some of the theoretical background to the concept of… (More)
This paper extrapolates an outline for a theory of value from Winnicott's reflections on war in 'Discussion of war aims' (1940). The author treats Winnicott's discussion as an occasion for a critical reconstruction of his theory of life-values. He discerns an implicit set of distinctions in Winnicott's reflections on war, including different orders of value… (More)