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The mind's fate : a psychiatrist looks at his profession : thirty years of writings

Author: Robert Coles
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown and Company, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Collected Works
Named Person: Robert Coles; Robert Coles; Robert Coles
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Coles
ISBN: 0316151645 9780316151641
OCLC Number: 32205683
Notes: Contains articles reprinted from various sources.
Description: xxvii, 420 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: I. Social and Clinical Comment --
A young psychiatrist looks at his profession --
American amok --
Still and quiet consciences --
The way of the transgressor --
Racism and populism --
The case of Michael Wechsler --
Madness in film --
Medical ethics and living a life --
Unreflecting egoism --
Civility and psychology --
Trends and Fads in psychoanalysis --
Psychiatric stations of the cross --
Why follow Freud? --
Hope and despair in the very young among the very poor --
Psychoanalysis and religion --
II. The Work of Individuals --
The artist as psychoanalyst --
Clinical and human: interpersonal psychoanalysis --
The achievement of Anna Freud --
Piaget as God --
Life's madness --
A hero of our time --
The varieties of religious experience --
The strange, epic life and work of Knut Hamsun --
Freud and God --
Harry Stack Sullivan --
Freud, the secular moralist --
A doctor's odyssey --
III. Creativity, Leadership, and "Psychohistory" --
Analysis Italian style --
A bullitt to Wilson --
Van Gogh: the fever of genius --
On psychohistory --
Hell on Earth --
The stranger --
On Kafka's metamorphosis --
Shadowing Binx --
A writer's melancholy: a review of William's Styron's Darkness Visible --
Teaching Raymond Carver --
IV. Lectures --
The Inner and outer world --
children and political authority --
Psychoanalysis and moral development
Responsibility: Robert Coles.

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