This text presents cutting edge thinking on some fundamental ideas in psychoanalysis by international scholars in the field of the philosophy of psychoanalysis. It explores the nature of psychoanalytic knowledge in the light of contemporary philosophical views or critiques of a diversity of topics relevant to psychoanalysis: the philosophy of mind; the notion of changing oneself; religion; the notion of interdisciplinary links with psychoanalytic knowledge; post-Freudian psychoanalytic knowledge and challenges to psychoanalytic methodology.
MAN CHEUNG CHUNG is a Principal Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Plymouth, UK. His research interests include history and philosophy of psychology and health/clinical psychology. - COLIN FELTHAM is Reader in Counselling at Sheffield Hallam University. A former co-editor of the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, his many publications include What is the Good of Counselling and Psychotherapy? (2002) and Controversies in Psychotherapy and Counselling (1999)
Release date NZ
November 4th, 2003
Edited by Colin Feltham
Edited by Man Cheung Chung
Country of Publication
XII, 253 p.
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