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Trauma and self / edited by Charles B. Strozier and Michael Flynn.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: BF175.5.P75 T74 1996

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, [1996]
    ©1996
    Contents
    Crime and memory / Judith Lewis Herman
    The adopted self / Betty Jean Lifton
    Traumatic departures : survival and history in Freud / Cathy Caruth
    The contextual self / Paul L. Wachtel
    Some reflections on twentieth-century violence and the soft apocalypse / Todd Gitlin
    Thought reform today / Margaret Thaler Singer
    Facts, truth, and social responsibility : reflections of a developmental scientist / Frances Degen Horowitz
    Robert Jay Lifton and biology : the doctor is in
    knock twice / Lionel Tiger
    Violence, selfhood, and the ambiguities of truth / Lillian Feder
    Socialism and human nature, once again / Norman Birnbaum
    Erik Erikson and Robert Lifton : the pattern of a relationship / Lawrence J. Friedman
    Mélusine as feminist : shape-shifting in surrealism / Mary Ann Caws
    The protean woman : anxiety and opportunity / Cynthia Fuchs Epstein
    A quest of eternal life / John S. Dunne
    The second scar / Richard Sennett
    The Japanese psyche : myth and reality / Takeo Doi
    Symbolic immortality in modern Japanese literature / David G. Goodman
    Reflections on the self of homo Hippocraticus and the quest for symbolic immortality / Phyllis Palgi, with Joshua Dorban
    Illicit stories / Peter Brooks
    Life in death / Noel Walsh
    "How pliant is science?" / Gerald Holton
    Confidentiality : in the college presidential search process and beyond / David Riesman
    Shame and public life / Jean Bethke Elshtain.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Strozier, Charles B.
    Flynn, Michael, 1962-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Crime and memory / Judith Lewis Herman -- The adopted self / Betty Jean Lifton -- Traumatic departures : survival and history in Freud / Cathy Caruth -- The contextual self / Paul L. Wachtel -- Some reflections on twentieth-century violence and the soft apocalypse / Todd Gitlin -- Thought reform today / Margaret Thaler Singer -- Facts, truth, and social responsibility : reflections of a developmental scientist / Frances Degen Horowitz -- Robert Jay Lifton and biology : the doctor is in--knock twice / Lionel Tiger -- Violence, selfhood, and the ambiguities of truth / Lillian Feder -- Socialism and human nature, once again / Norman Birnbaum -- Erik Erikson and Robert Lifton : the pattern of a relationship / Lawrence J. Friedman -- Mélusine as feminist : shape-shifting in surrealism / Mary Ann Caws -- The protean woman : anxiety and opportunity / Cynthia Fuchs Epstein -- A quest of eternal life / John S. Dunne -- The second scar / Richard Sennett -- The Japanese psyche : myth and reality / Takeo Doi -- Symbolic immortality in modern Japanese literature / David G. Goodman -- Reflections on the self of homo Hippocraticus and the quest for symbolic immortality / Phyllis Palgi, with Joshua Dorban -- Illicit stories / Peter Brooks -- Life in death / Noel Walsh -- "How pliant is science?" / Gerald Holton -- Confidentiality : in the college presidential search process and beyond / David Riesman -- Shame and public life / Jean Bethke Elshtain.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0847682285
    0847682293
    Physical Description
    xvi, 303 pages ; 24 cm

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