Published in The International Journal of Controversial Discussions.
Editor in Chief, A. Richards/Issue Ed., D. Kirsner.
Issue Two, August 2020, Page 453
The present article is a discussion of Rebecca Coleman Curtis’s answer to the longstanding question of whether psychoanalysis is a science or an art. Both articles, along with Coleman Curtis’ response, appear in the newly created International Journal of Controversial Discussions (IJCD). Arnold Richards, the journal’s Editor-in-Chief and creator, describes the purpose of the IJCD in the following way: “Our intention is to create a forum for discussion and debate about controversial issues within psychoanalysis among colleagues with a variety of different approaches. It will offer a meeting place for analysts with diverging theoretical and clinical attitudes whose paths might otherwise not cross.”
More programs by Michael Poff, MSW, MA:
- Treatment and Diagnosis of Childhood Anorexia: a Clinical Presentation
- Benveniste’s Interwoven Lives: Fort Da and the Resolution of Splits in the History of Psychoanalysis
- Inspiring Minds (Part 2 – Discussion)
- Inspiring Minds (Part 1 – Lecture)
- Totem and Taboo: Freud Was Right! Lecture 1, Part V – The Fallacy of Pathological Patriarchy as the Cause of the Oedipus Complex
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