Panel reports: continuity and change in the post‐Kleinian evolution in London: Clinical work of John Steiner, Ronald Britton and Michael Feldman (1988–2004)

@article{Spielman2006PanelRC,
  title={Panel reports: continuity and change in the post‐Kleinian evolution in London: Clinical work of John Steiner, Ronald Britton and Michael Feldman (1988–2004)},
  author={R. Spielman and D. Taylor},
  journal={The International Journal of Psychoanalysis},
  year={2006},
  volume={87},
  pages={563 - 566}
}
Joseph Aguayo, a psychoanalyst with publications in the history of psychoanalytic ideas, is, as described by discussant Pinto Chaves, part of a tradition in this line of study that includes authors such as Petot, Spillius and Hinshelwood. His previous work (1997, 2000, 2002) deals with the infl uence of the intellectual relationships of Klein with Ferenczi, Abraham and Jones; with Freud’s relationship with his daughter Anna, and with the disagreement over the analysis of children; and, lastly… Expand
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