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Index of Names (p. 751)

Index of Names (p. 751)

Abraham, K.244
Adler, A.121n.25, 411
Adorno, T. W.136, 181, 184, 187, 671, 704
Dialectic of Enlightenment192
Minima Moralia190–3
Negative Dialectics194
‘On Fetishism’188
‘On the Fetish Character of Music and the Regression of Hearing’188
The Authoritarian Personality186, 189, 195
‘The Concept of the Unconscious in the Transcendental Theory of Mind’194
Adrian, E. D.367
Aisenstein, M.716, 719
Alcaro, A.385
Alford, C. F.189n.30, 193n.41, 195n.46, 597n.6, 690
Allen, R.514, 517, 519, 524n.20
Althusser, L.102, 180n.7
Andreas-Salomé, L.567
Anscombe, G. E. M.166–8, 333n.4
Appelfeld, A.466
Arendt, H.203
Aristotle2, 223, 234n.10, 592, 611, 617, 619–21, 624, 626–8
Nicomachean Ethics235
Arlow, J.111n.5, 310
Armstrong, D.690–1
Social Defences Against Anxiety700
Aron, L.157, 414, 418n.5
Ashby, W. R.377
Atwood, G. E.58n.16, 409, 414, 416n.3, 417, 419–20
Structures of Subjectivity57
Working Intersubjectively57
Worlds of Experience57
Augustine8, 31n.1, 540, 581
Austen, J.
Emma331n.2, 502
Persuasion500–3
Bachelard, G.134
Bachofen, J. J.187
Backström, J.9n.4, 265n.14, 486n.11, 591–3, 597nn.8–9, 598nn.10–11, 599, 609–10, 632, 650n.14, 653, 735n.6
Bailly, L.136, 680n.1
Baker, G.16, 134
Balsam, R. H.715, 722
Barbaras, R.152
Bataille, G.50
Bateman, A.17, 370, 622n.4
Baudelaire, C.488
Baudry, J.-L.514n.4, 516, 522
Baumgarten, A. G.
Aesthetica480
Beardsley, M.474
Beauvoir, S. de576–7, 714
The Second Sex576
Beebe, B.311, 391, 642
Bell, D.305, 307n.2, 327, 446–9
Benjamin, J.59, 418, 643, 679, 715
‘Beyond Doer and Done To’57
Like Subjects, Love Objects58
Shadow of the Other57
The Bonds of Love57–8
Benjamin, W.180, 183n.17, 188
Bentall, R.447–9
Bernet, R.460
Bernfeld, S.181
Bernstein, R. J.25n.2, 52n.8, 136, 423–5, 427n.11
Beyond Objectivism and Relativism422
Praxis and Action203 (p. 752)
Bettcher, T.720–2
Bettelheim, B.1, 186
Bick, E.690
Binswanger, L.136, 458
Bion, W. R.24n.1, 246–8, 257, 261–2, 298n.17, 362–5, 369, 383, 386n.15, 392, 445, 454, 474, 507, 559, 665, 687–90, 693–5, 697, 699–701, 704–5, 711
‘Attacks on Linking’698
Experiences in Groups692
Second Thoughts696
Biven, L.268–9, 384n.13, 639, 649
Black, D. M.534
Psychoanalysis and Religion in the 21 st Century557
Blackburn, S.484
Blanchot, M.50
Bloom, H.125
Boag, P.264n.12, 269
Bollas, C.56n.12, 297n.15, 454
Booth, S.506
Booth, W.500
Boothby, R.366n.5, 534, 535, 540n.3, 581n.17
Boss, M.136
Brakel, L. A. W.259, 293n.13
Brentano, F.16, 24, 77–8
Breton, A.50
Breuer, J.379
Briffault, R.187
Brill, A. A.98
Britton, R.305, 309–11, 314, 319, 597n.7, 696–7
Bronfenbrenner, U.646
Buber, M.453, 556
Budd, M.487, 489
Butler, J.46, 48, 50–1, 189n.30, 664–6, 669, 671–2, 674, 678–80, 716
Gender Trouble715
Byrne, A.327
Cabaniss, D.450–1, 453
Capra, F.518
Carhart-Harris, R.259, 381
Carroll, N.475, 504, 514n.6, 521, 523–6, 595n.1
Carus, C. G.25, 31, 34
Cassirer, E.63n.4, 257n.3, 482, 496n.3
Cavell, M.293n.13, 415, 416n.3, 425
Chaddock, C. G.97
Chapsal, M.139
Child, I. L.357
Chodorow, N.712, 715–16
Christian, C.255
Cioffi, F.135, 160–1, 172n.2, 176, 350, 353, 365
Clancier, A.644, 653
Cobb, J.704
Coetzee, J. M.681
Cohen, I. S.358
Collingwood, R. G.487, 489
Conant, R.377
Constable, J.488
Copernicus, N.160
Corbett, K.716
Cornelius, H.194
Cottingham, J.208n.4, 534, 540n.3, 541n.6, 549n.15, 550, 553n.1, 556n.3, 560n.5, 567n.9, 572n.2, 575n.6, 582n.18, 591, 596n.4
Coupland, W. C.97
Cox, D.474–5, 495n.2
Creed, B.514n.4, 525
Crépon, M.90
Cronjé, G.681
Danto, A.477–8, 480
Darwin, C.176n.3, 256n.1, 377n.1, 381n.9, 648
David-Ménard, M.93n.25, 94n.29, 95
Davidson, A.97, 98n.32
Davidson, D.35n.5, 167, 227n.7, 308, 316, 324–5
Dawkins, R.544
De Waelhens, A.145
Derrida, J.54n.10, 134
Descartes, R.2, 36
Dewey, J.2
Dickie, G.480
Dilman, I.135, 591, 596n.2
Dimaggio, G.507
Dio Bleichmar, E.720
Duchamp, M.
Fountain480
Eagle, M. N.1n.1, 12, 17, 293n.13, 311, 324n.18, 350–1, 353, 361, 364–5, 408–9, 413, 416, 419, 420n.6, 428, 449n.10, 573n.3, 626, 642
Eigen, M.559–60
Ecstasy557
The Psychoanalytic Mystic557 (p. 753)
Einstein, A.163, 665, 675, 727, 742–7
‘Why War?’674
Eissler, K. R.1
Elder, C.437n.3, 438
Ellenberger, H. F.23, 63n.1, 78, 281n.1
Erikson, E.189n.28, 196, 359, 557, 591–2, 628
Erreich, A.310
Evans, G.326
Ey, H.147
Fairbairn, R.261, 298n.17, 299, 409, 411, 533, 600, 641n.9
Farrell, B. A.365
Feagin, S.499
Fenichel, O.113, 115, 181, 190n.32, 557, 669
Ferguson, C.
Inside Job516
Feyerabend, P.416
Fichte, J. G.24, 33, 48n.5, 57n.15, 93n.25
Wissenschaftslehre31–2
Fingarette, H.134
Finkelstein, D. H.219, 263n.9, 307n.2, 312, 331n.3, 334n.6, 336–9, 343, 441n.7, 452
Fonagy, P.311, 319n.14, 320, 370, 475, 496–7, 626
Forel, A.411
Foucault, M.134, 194n.44, 241, 550n.16
Fourier, C.193
Frank, A.361
Freeman, D.473–5, 482n.4, 487n.12, 488n.13, 507n.9, 515n.7
Freud, A.242–3, 245, 593, 632n.11, 633
Freud, E. L.561, 675
Freud, S.11, 16–17, 21, 25–6, 29–30, 35, 37–9, 41–2, 52, 63, 65, 68, 71–4, 77–8, 83, 85, 115, 119n.18, 120, 123, 133–4, 136, 139, 141–3, 145, 148–50, 152–7, 159–65, 167–8, 172, 174–6, 179–84, 186–8, 190–1, 194–6, 203–4, 206–7, 209–11, 218, 221, 223–31, 241, 243, 245–6, 249–51, 255–8, 260–3, 265, 268–71, 273, 283–94, 297–8, 300–1, 308, 309n.4, 324n.18, 331n.2, 349, 353, 360, 369, 378–9, 381–3, 385–6, 389, 392–4, 396–9, 407, 409–12, 420, 426, 433–4, 436–7, 440n.6, 441, 443, 445, 458–9, 463–5, 467, 469, 473, 475, 481, 484–5, 510, 513n.1, 514–16, 523, 525, 535, 537–8, 540–5, 549–50, 554, 556–8, 560–1, 566–7, 571, 573–4, 576–7, 582, 585–6, 587, 591–3, 595–604, 606, 608–11, 618, 621, 622, 624–6, 629–30, 632–3, 637, 641, 645, 654, 667, 673, 684, 687, 689, 691–2, 694–7, 701, 714, 716, 722, 729–30, 733, 736, 739, 744, 746–7
‘A Difficulty in the Path of Psycho-Analysis’86
An Autobiographical Study86, 565
Beyond the Pleasure Principle64, 67, 112n.8, 185, 193, 732, 734
Civilization and its Discontents102, 124, 192, 555, 663–4, 668, 670–1, 675, 728, 731–2, 734
‘ “Civilized” Sexual Morality and Modern Nervous Illness’670
‘Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming’509
Five Lectures on Psychoanalysis113–14
‘Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria’241
Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego189, 735, 737–8, 740, 743, 745
Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety688
‘Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood’109
Moses and Monotheism213, 534, 539n.2, 563–4, 565, 572, 668
Mourning and Melancholia222, 688, 735, 741
New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis70, 76, 110, 111n.7, 732n.2
‘On Narcissism’108
‘On Transience’221, 235–6
‘Project for a Scientific Psychology’34, 67, 259, 384n.12, 483, 575
‘Repression’113
The Ego and the Id116n.13, 121, 122n.26, 125n.28, 267, 737, 741
The Future of an Illusion533–4, 539, 553, 562, 565, 572, 668
The Interpretation of Dreams67, 70, 75–6, 92n.23, 101n.44, 135, 147, 205, 212, 242, 266, 282, 395
‘The Loss of Reality in Neurosis and Psychosis’623
The Psychopathology of Everyday Life1, 92n.23
(p. 754)
‘Thoughts for the Times on War and Death’727
Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality24, 76, 84, 86, 90, 92–102, 110–14, 715
Totem and Taboo101, 208, 564, 572, 668, 735
‘Why War?’665, 674, 742n.11
Friston, K.259, 286n.6, 289–90, 292n.10, 351, 377, 378n.3, 380–1, 383–4, 387, 388n.19, 392–3
Fromm, E.134, 180, 182, 183n.17, 187–8, 190, 192, 194–5, 409, 411, 557, 592–3, 628–9, 632–3
Escape from Freedom186, 187n.24
‘The Method and Function of an Analytic Social Psychology’185
Frosh, S.663–5, 667–9, 674, 679–80, 682, 731n.1
Fry, R.473–4
Fuchs, T.6, 135, 152n.6, 263n.9, 351–2, 412n.2, 420, 460–2, 469n.7
Gabbard, G. O.513n.1, 517–18, 520n.11, 642
Gadamer, H.-G.416, 422–3
Truth and Method203
Galgut, E.475, 700n.1
Gallese, V.367
Gammelgaard, J.258–9
Gardner, S.24–5, 63n.4, 70n.7, 83n.1, 85n.4, 108n.2, 126n.32, 268, 293n.13, 310, 318
Gedo, J.364
Gemes, K.25, 83n.1, 100n.42, 107n.1, 119n.19, 120n.21, 125
Gendler, T. S.318
Genzel, L.394
George, C.390–1
Gill, M. M.355, 412–14
Gipps, R.14, 26, 352, 420n.7
Glocer Fiorini, L.716, 719
Glover, E.111n.5, 356
‘Sublimation, Substitution and Social Anxiety’108
Glover, J.244
Glynos, J.683
Goldner, V.668, 710, 715, 720
Golomb, J.107, 125n.30
Green, A.47, 56n.14, 58n.17, 145, 148, 150, 257, 359–60, 710
Greenberg, J.56, 357, 641n.9, 652
Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory57
Greenough, W. T.645
Greenson, R. R.245–6
Groddeck, G.118n.15, 190n.32, 267
Grunbaum, A.135, 181n.9, 353, 358
Guattari, F.135
Guntrip, H.298–9
Gupta, R. K.63n.4, 85–6
Gyler, L.663–5, 710, 713, 715–16, 719, 722
Habermas, J.57, 135, 181, 349, 411
Knowledge and Human Interests203
Hadot, P.2, 7
Halton, W.691
Handelman, S. A.
Psychoanalysis and Religion557
Haraway, D.724
Harcourt, E.176n.3, 592–3, 596n.4, 604, 608, 618n.2, 625–6, 654
Harlow, H.645
Hartmann, E. von31, 75, 78, 85, 88–9, 92, 97–9, 100n.40
The Philosophy of the Unconscious77
Hartmann, H.111n.5, 261, 410, 592, 620–3, 625–7
Hegar, A.
Der Geschlechtstrieb88
Hegel, G. W. F.10, 26, 45, 50n.6, 51, 53–8, 146, 180, 193, 204, 210–12, 464, 480, 534, 579, 586–7
Phenomenology of Spirit25, 46–9, 52, 58n.17, 59, 206, 210, 213
Heidegger, M.2, 14, 99, 121n.25, 133, 135–6, 147, 152, 155, 444–5, 577, 585–6
Heller, S.271
Helmholtz, H.292n.10, 378–81, 383
Henrich, D.33
Henry, M.460
Hepburn, R.480
Herzog, P.77
Hesnard, A.
L’Oeuvre de Freud et son Importance pour la Monde153
Hillman, J.637–8
Hinshelwood, R. D.534, 622n.5, 627, 633, 676
Beyond Belief559 (p. 755)
Hinton, G.380
Hitchcock, A.518, 523
Hitler, A.189n.28, 674, 742
Hobson, A.286n.6, 290, 382, 384n.12, 392
Hobson, J. A.259, 261–2
Hoffman, I. Z.412–15, 418
Holmes, J.17, 176n.3, 497–8, 503–4, 596n.2, 622n.4
Hong, C.286n.6, 290, 382, 392
Honneth, A.181, 679
Hook, D.681–2
Hook, S.410–11
Hopkins, J.256n.1, 259, 260n.6, 262, 268, 282n.4, 284, 287, 289–92, 293n.13, 295–6, 351, 353, 377n.1, 378n.4, 379n.5, 388nn.16–17, 389n.20, 392, 394n.22, 398n.24, 446, 484n.8, 525n.21, 526n.24
Horkheimer, M.179, 181–2, 185, 186n.21, 187–8, 195–6
Dawn and Decline183
Dialectic of Enlightenment192
‘Psychology and History’184
Horney, K.184, 187, 411, 628, 632, 715
Hughes, J.217, 250n.3, 413
Hume, D.32, 484, 538
Husserl, E.2, 155, 457n.1, 458–60
Hyppolite, J.26, 46, 48, 50, 52
‘Phenomenologie de Hegel et Psychanalyse’54
Ingre, A. D.491
Inhelder, B.388, 641
Irigaray, L.134
Isaacs, S.310, 717n.3
Isin, E.674
Jameson, F.180
Jaques, E.691
Jay, M.136, 179n.1, 183n.16, 186n.21, 192n.37, 197n.51
Jones, E.1, 243, 257–8, 668, 715
Jones, J. W.558
Terror and Transformation557
Joseph, B.248–50, 626, 711
Jung, C.261, 411, 445, 534, 538, 541–4, 546–7
Answer to Job556
Jurist, E.498
Kakar, S.559, 561n.7
The Analyst and the Mystic557
Kalmanovitch, J.644, 653
Kant, I.24, 29–30, 32–3, 41–2, 70n.7, 83, 85, 90–2, 93n.25, 98–100, 195n.47, 206, 325, 378, 480, 534–5, 574, 580, 584–6, 591, 695
Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View89
Critique of Pure Reason31, 194
Lectures on Anthropology89
Kaplan, D.
‘What is Sublimated in Sublimation’111
Kepler, J.160
Kernberg, O.312, 355, 369, 370, 498, 596n.2
Kierkegaard, S.229, 324n.18
Kihlstrom, J.545
Kitcher, P.11, 38n.15, 269
Klein, M.25, 121, 150, 242–4, 247–50, 257, 298n.17, 312, 362–5, 369, 387–8, 411, 474, 480, 483, 566, 625, 633, 641n.9, 644, 665, 676–7, 679, 687–9, 691–5, 699, 701, 715
‘Infant Analysis’122
Kleist, H. von463
Klumpner, G. H.361
Kohut, H.1, 261, 358, 409, 626
Kojève, A.26, 47n.3, 49–50, 146, 579n.14
Kooning, W. de491
Korsgaard, C.327–8
Krafft-Ebing, R. von24, 85–6, 89, 93, 97–9
Psychopathia Sexualis87, 92, 100
Kristeva, J.525, 710, 724
‘Women’s Time’709
Kuhn, T.204, 416, 422–3
The Essential Tension203
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions203
Kung, H.562
Lacan, J.45, 46n.2, 50, 53–4, 84, 99n.37, 102, 108, 134, 136, 146–8, 180, 194n.44, 366n.5, 534–5, 556, 559, 571, 573–87, 632, 668, 681, 683, 713n.1
Lacewing, M.1n.1, 353, 412n.2, 421n.7, 425, 433–4, 442–3, 592–3, 596n.2
Laing, R. D.650, 652
Lancy, D.637
Landauer, K.182–3
Langer, S. K.135, 257n.3 (p. 756)
Lanteri-Laura, G.145–6
Laplanche, J.46n.2, 102, 108, 112, 139, 144, 671, 713n.1, 719
The Language of Psychoanalysis107
Le Bon, G.189, 736
The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind735
Lear, J.6–7, 17, 41n.19, 217–19, 224, 226n.5, 227n.7, 293n.13, 322n.17, 323, 327, 331, 479n.1, 492n.15, 510n.10, 592–3, 596, 599, 600n.12, 617, 626, 628
A Case for Irony338–9
Leite, A.219, 305, 307n.2, 316, 325n.19, 327
Leiter, B.542
Leonardo da Vinci109–14, 118, 122–3
Lettow, S.90
Levin, R.387
Levinas, E.597
Levine, M.474–5, 495n.2, 514n.3, 515n.7, 521n.14, 523n.15, 525nn.21–2
Levine, R.638
Levy, D.16, 135, 170, 172n.2, 174, 257
Lewin, K.352, 461
Loewald, H.25, 41n.19, 121, 123, 157, 366, 557, 618–19, 625–6, 629, 632
Sublimation: Inquiries into Theoretical Psychoanalysis113, 122
Longuenesse, B.24n.1, 29–30, 42
Low, B.193
Lowenthal, L.179, 182, 183n.17, 184, 186, 190, 196
Luborsky, L.358, 360, 369
Macdonald, M.25–6
MacIntyre, A.135
Mahler, M.366–7, 625–6
Maimon, S.32–3
Malcolm, N.161, 256n.2
Malinowski, B.357
Mann, T.63n.4, 226n.4, 443
‘Freud and the Future’441
Marcuse, H.134–81, 190n.31, 669, 672, 674, 678
Eros and Civilization187, 191–2, 196, 673
One-Dimensional Man193–4
Reason and Revolution193
Soviet Marxism186n.22
Marx, K.49, 54, 99, 179–81, 185, 187–8, 192–4, 196, 204, 206–7, 516
Capital187
Marxow, E. F. von397
Masling, J.357–8
Maupassant, G. de500
‘The Jewels’499
Maze, J. R.256n.2, 261, 267, 268, 288n.8
The Meaning of Behaviour266
McDougall, W.737
McEvoy, L.358
McGilchrist, I.546
The Master and His Emissary545
McGinn, C.519
McGrath, W.77
Meehl, P. E.354n.1, 365, 368–9
Meissner, W. W.417, 558n.4, 561n.7, 562–3
Psychoanalysis and Religious Experience557
Meltzer, D.454, 690
Meng, H.182, 561
Menzies, I.691, 700
Merleau-Ponty, M.50, 100n.36, 133, 135, 142, 147–8, 154, 156–7, 352, 420, 457, 460–1, 463, 466–8
‘Eye and Mind’149
‘Nature and Logos’149–50
Phenomenology of Perception141, 144–6, 149, 151–3, 155, 465
‘The Philosopher and his Shadow’149
The Structure of Behavior140–1, 143, 152
The Visible and the Invisible148n.4, 150, 153
Themes from the Lectures at the Collège de France139
Metz, C.514, 516, 519
Mitchell, J.715
Mitchell, S. A.56, 157, 298n.17, 408–9, 412–15, 416n.3, 418–19, 422, 424–5, 427n.11, 625, 641n.9, 679, 710
Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory57
Mitscherlich, A.196
Modell, A. H.55–6, 260
Moll, A.24, 85–6, 98, 100n.40
Investigations into the Libido Sexualis88–9
Perversions of the Sex Instinct87, 89
Money, J.714 (p. 757)
Money-Kyrle, R.630
Moran, R.3, 312–14, 325–6, 331, 339
Moreau de Tours, P.
Des Aberrations du Sens Génésique98
Morehead, D.366
Mulvey, L.514
Nagel, E.410
Nagel, T.542–3
Narvaez, D.417n.4, 592–3, 638–40, 645–6, 647n.12, 648–51, 653
Newbery, G.266, 268–9
Newman, J. H.562
Nielsen, T.387
Nietzsche, F.2, 6, 14, 16, 23, 25, 31, 34, 37n.10, 38, 63, 77–8, 83, 99, 107, 115–16, 118–21, 125, 193n.42, 204, 206–7, 584, 624, 631
Ecce Homo117
Human, All too Human117
On the Genealogy of Morals115n.12, 123–4
The Antichrist13
The Gay Science13, 126
Thus Spake Zarathustra124
Nussbaum, M.2, 548–9, 591
Oakley, A.714
Ofshe, R.450–1
Ogden, T.58n.17, 298n.17, 414, 418n.5, 419–20, 428, 445, 454, 679–90, 699
Orange, D. M.58n.16, 59, 414, 416n.3, 420, 593
Working Intersubjectively57
O’Shaughnessy, B.282n.4
O’Shaughnessy, E.362, 696, 698, 711
Palmer, M.541, 543
Panksepp, J.265, 266n.15, 268–9, 384n.13, 385, 390, 638–9, 649–51, 701
Parens, H.
Renewal of Life: Healing from the Holocaust272
Pascal, B.478, 549
Pataki, T.218–19, 264n.11, 266, 268n.18, 271, 286n.6, 288n.8, 292n.11, 293, 298n.17, 299n.18, 516n.9
Payne, S.89, 91, 97, 244
Peirce, C. S.423
Petocz, A.218–19, 256, 261, 263, 264n.11, 265–6, 268, 288–9
Pfister, O.561–2
‘The Illusion of a Future’556
Phillips, J.135, 139n.1, 144n.2, 146n.3
Piaget, J.388, 641
Plato2, 83, 86n.7, 229–300, 379n.6, 486, 592, 617–21, 627–8
Republic234–5
Symposium102
Plessner, H.468
Pollock, F.184
Pontalis, J.-B.108, 112, 139, 145, 147–8, 150, 671
The Language of Psychoanalysis107
Popkin, M.97
Popper, K.135, 160–1, 365, 383
Portuges, S. H.361
Pötzl, O.357
Poussin, N.491
Putnam, J. J.113–15, 633
Rank, O.75
Rayner, E.257, 273
Reich, W.181, 183, 187–8, 672
Mass Psychology of Fascism186
Reichenbach, H.367
Reichmann, F.182–3
Reissland, N.382
Remnick, D.365
Renik, O.414–15, 416n.3
Rhees, R.165, 167, 170, 176
Richardson, J.118, 574n.4
Ricœur, P.25, 39n.16, 53–6, 59, 135, 145, 193n.41, 203, 205–12, 411, 421n.7, 524n.19, 542n.7
‘Consciousness and Unconsciousness’213
Freud and Philosophy52, 136, 204
Rieff, P.16, 134, 180, 672
Riviere, J.243, 246, 251
Rizzuto, A.-M.558n.4
The Birth of the Living God557
Robbins, M.258, 261
Robins, L. N.358
Robinson, J.496
Rogers, C.358
Roheim, G.181
Rosegrant, J.363, 445 (p. 758)
Rosenfeld, H.297n.15, 696
Rosenzweig, S.357
Roudinesco, E.45n.1, 50n.6, 146, 148, 181n.8, 668
Jacques Lacan & Co.147
Rubin, G.714
Ruskin, J.489
Russell, B.166–7, 173, 378n.4
‘The Limits of Empiricism’165
Rustin, M. J.413, 663–4, 677, 691, 696, 699
Social Defences against Anxiety700
Rycroft, C.176n.3, 257
Ryle, G.14
Sachs, H.244
Sampson, H.293n.13, 358, 360–1, 369
Sandford, S.24, 63n.1, 64n.4, 101n.44, 714n.2
Sartre, J.-P.39–41, 99, 133, 136, 148, 460, 538–9, 578n.13, 601n.14
Saussure, F. de10n.5, 573
Schafer, R.259, 411, 596n.2
Scheler, M.460
Schelling, F. W. J.25, 31, 34, 41, 93n.25, 99n.35
Schneider, J. A.261, 270
Schneider, S. J.514n.4, 520n.13, 523, 524n.20, 525
Schopenhauer, A.23, 25, 31, 34, 63–73, 77–8, 83–6, 89–92, 97–100, 115, 120n.22, 123
Essay on Spirit Seeing and Everything Connected Therewith74–6
The World as Will and Representation24, 75
Schore, A. N.351, 638–9, 647, 652
Schreber, D. P.111, 112, 118, 119n.17
Schubert, G. H. von25, 31, 34
Schwartz, H. P.56
Scott, J. W.716, 723
Sears, R. R.357
Segal, H.121, 127n.32, 247n.2, 257, 270, 295, 383, 392, 474–5, 495, 504, 505n.8, 509, 597n.6, 677, 693, 695, 699
‘A Psycho-Analytical Approach to Aesthetics’122
Sennett, R.704
Shakespeare, W.505
Sonnet30 503, 506–9
Sharpe, E.257
Shepard, P.654
Shoemaker, S.325
Sigusch, V.89
Silberstein, E.78
Silverman, D. K.416n.3, 424–5
Smith, A.605
Smith, J. H.
Psychoanalysis and Religion557
Socrates125–6, 234–5, 592, 618
Phaedrus2
Sohn, L.482
Solms, M.256, 261–2, 265, 286n.6, 293n.13
Solomon, J.390–1
Sontag, S.520–1
‘The Imagination of Disaster’519
Sophocles
Oedipus Rex [Oedipus the King]212–13, 697
Spencer, H.648
Spezzano, C.
Soul on the Couch557
Spiegelberg, H.141
Spiller, M. R. G.504–5
Spinoza, B.2, 23, 25, 29, 36–41, 149n.5, 286n.6
Ethics34–5
Stalin, J.181
Stavrakakis, Y.668, 680, 682
Steiner, J.297n.15, 305, 696–7
Sterba, R.1, 13, 515n.8
Stern, D. B.409, 414–15, 416n.3, 418, 420, 426–8, 642–3
Stokes, A.474, 480
Stoller, R.714, 721
Stolorow, R.58n.16, 409, 414, 416n.3
Structures of Subjectivity57
Working Intersubjectively57
Worlds of Experience57
Strachey, J.76, 84, 93n.25, 94, 97–8, 244–5, 266, 596n.2, 702
‘The Nature of the Therapeutic Action of Psycho-Analysis’244
Stump, E.546n.11, 548
Sullivan, H. S.187, 411
Sulloway, F.77
Swedenborg, E.488
Symington, N.559–60, 596n.4, 598n.11, 604n.17
Emotion and Spirit557 (p. 759)
Target, M.496–8
Tarkovsky, A.
Stalker521
Taylor, C.3–4, 421n.7, 427n.11
‘Interpretation and the Sciences of Man’203
Taylor, G. J.257, 272
Tonegawa, S.393–4
Traverso, E.670
Trotsky, L.181
Troxler, I. P. V.31
Tudor, A.513n.2, 520n.13, 525, 526
Tustin, F.690, 699, 711
Unger, R. K.714
Van Haute, P.84, 92n.22, 93–4, 97, 98n.34, 100n.43, 102
Vendler, H.505–6
Ventura, M.637
Von Trier, L.
Nymphomaniac581
Vygotsky, L.702
Wagner, R.77, 116–17, 121
Wahl, J.47
Waismann, F.134
Ward, G.545–7
Warhol, A.480
Watt, D.265, 385
Watters, E.450–1
Weiss, H.186
Weiss, J.293n.13, 358, 360–1, 369
Westen, D.259n.5, 351, 416, 641n.9, 642
Westerink, H.84, 92n.22, 93–4, 97, 98n.34, 102
Wheelis, A.622
Whiting, J. W. M.357
Williams, B.2–4, 14–16, 481, 628, 632
Williams, P.305
Wimsatt, W.474
Winnicott, D. W.56n.12, 233, 257, 297n.15, 298n.17, 357, 360, 445, 454, 557, 559, 619, 625–6, 632, 644–6, 669, 679
‘Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena’558
Wittgenstein, L.10n.5, 16, 134–5, 159–60, 162–74, 176, 219, 314, 333, 335, 338–9, 342, 378n.4, 433, 438–41
Philosophical Investigations334
The Blue Book161
Tractatus175
Wollheim, R.5, 33, 135, 266n.16, 267–8, 282n.4, 286n.6, 293n.13, 319n.13, 473–5, 477–8, 484–6, 488–9, 491–2, 507, 591, 593
A Family Romance479
‘A Paradox in the Theory of Democracy’483n.7
Art and its Objects481, 487
‘Criticism as Retrieval’490
F. H. Bradley483n.6
Freud483
Germs479
On Art and the Mind479, 482
On the Emotions482
Painting as an Art480–1
Socialism and Culture483n.7
The Image in Form: Selected Writings of Adrian Stokes480
‘The Institutional Theory of Art’481
The Mind and its Depths482
The Thread of Life481–2
Wood, J.501
Wood, R.516
Woolf, V.500
Young, C.24, 63n.4, 85, 98n.33
Young, M.
The Rise of the Meritocracy703
Žižek, S.45, 514n.4, 534, 571n.1, 574n.5, 579, 582, 585, 586n.23, 587n.25, 595n.1, 596n.5, 663n.1, 673–4, 682–3