Subjects of analysis

@inproceedings{Ogden1977SubjectsOA,
  title={Subjects of analysis},
  author={T. Ogden},
  year={1977}
}
Subjects of Analysis, the fourth of Thomas Ogden's books, explores the frontier of contemporary psychoanalytic thinking: the experience of analyst and analysand in the dynamic interplay of subjectivity (the individual 'I-ness' of each participant) and intersubjectivity (the 'shared' experience of the analytic pair). No longer are transference and countertransference considered to have meaning (as concepts or as experiences) except in relation to one another; each is the context in which the… Expand
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