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(p. v) Acknowledgements

(p. v) Acknowledgements

This volume is a product of our long-standing interest and participation in the dialogue between philosophy and psychoanalysis. It was Bill Fulford who first suggested this could bear fruit in the form of a Handbook, and Martin Baum at Oxford University Press who supported us in developing the idea. Along the way we’ve had tremendous help from Charlotte Holloway and April Peake, our indefatigable editors, and we benefited considerably from the expertise of Maarten Steenhagen who developed our online project management system. To all of the above we express our heartfelt gratitude.

The Philosophy Special Interest Group of the British Institute of Psychoanalysis has played a central role for both of us, and we thank the members of that group for sharing their time, thoughts, and experiences. We are particularly indebted to Richard Rusbridger, Louise Braddock, and David Bell for founding and convening that group and for their lessons, discussions, inspiration, and support over many years. We gratefully dedicate this volume to them. (p. vi)