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A short course of lectures
«The World within the group»

Andrea: not enough lightBetween abjection and idealsHomosexualsONE. Working intersubjectively: theory and therapyGroup analysis: values with which to explore values?NINE. Group analysis in contemporary societyAn exclusionary matrixGroup change within a town: from Dorchester to HeavenThe therapist's horizonsReflectionsThe Protestantisation of the socialGLOSSARYGrace's lifeOn history and the psychoanalytic movementPREFACEDiscussionSIX. An exclusionary matrix: degenerates, addicts, homosexualsSexualitiesSamuel Ward: Puritan diaristA changing view of interpretationTHREE. Perspectivism, pragmatism, group analysisTherapy implicationsDiscussionTherapy for the life-cycle: an older adultPhilosophy as equipment for livingGroup analysis—democracy in practice?Dewey's pragmatismDegenerates and dangerous classesThe resisting patientReflectionsThe relatives groupPOSTSCRIPTNietzsche's perspectivism"You're not finished yet": the role of unformulated experienceChemical usesNever on your own: parable of the "first word"Vignette threeMentalitiesDialogue of difference between son and motherThe concept of horizonFamily life during troubled timesPrincipled, reflective inquiryClinical reflections: a synthesisVignette oneWhat is good narrative?ReflectionsFrom analyst to conductorThe archaeology metaphorPerspectivism and pragmatism in therapeutic work FIVE. Reforming subjectivity: personal, familial, and group implications of English reformationPrakesh and Andrea: group lifeLife as literature: human beings as creativeVignette: a therapy groupThe surgical metaphorReflectionsTWO. Personal horizons, unformulated experience, and group analysisPerpsectivism and pragmatismNEW INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF GROUP ANALYSIS FOREWORDFlesh, sex, and gender in early modern times— examples from historyThe articulation of identity politics: "carers"Metaphors for unconscious life: house, home, trafficAlcoholics and addictsThe horizontal in group analysisVignette: a team in trouble?EIGHT. "And thereby hangs a tale": narrative dimensions of human lifeAporias of group analysisSocial unconscious as imaginarySheila: being a nonentity in a world of peopleDangerous bodies, lustful women, witchesSEVEN. A modern monster? The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr. HydeDisordered narrativeVignette twoMonstrosity: "to think of this creature ..."Moving horizons: therapeutic changeThe irreducible subjectivity of the therapistA tale of minor heroismCircles of the unsaidTheoretical reflectionsDutiful wives, ordained rolesThe transference: an intersubjectivist viewSheila and Andrea: organising world views?The marketplace of meaningClassical theoryGroup analysis: a multi-lateral realityFOUR. The articulated space of social unconsciousness
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