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Foreword Acknowledgements Introduction Part I. Psychoanalysis 1. Michael Brearley, What do Psychoanalysts do? 2. Susan Budd, Reading and Misreading 3. Richard Rusbridger, Elements of the Oedipus Complex: a Kleinian account 4. David Tuckett, Civilization and its Discontents Today Part II. Philosophy 5. John Cottingham, A Triangle of Hostility? Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Religion 6. Michael Lacewing, Do Unconscious Emotions Involve Unconscious Feelings? 7. Edward Harcourt, Guilt, Shame, and the 'Psychology of Love' 8. Louise Braddock, Psychoanalysis as Functionalist Social Science: the Legacy of Freud's 'Project for a Scientific Psychology' III. Perspectives 9. Michael Rustin, How do Psychoanalysts Know what They Know? 10. Ritchie Robertson, Freud's Literary Imagination 11. Clare Connors, Force, Figuration, and Repetition in Freud 12. John Fletcher, Gender, Sexuality and the Theory of Seduction
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Psychoanalysis and philosophy.