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A short course of lectures
«The World within the group»





Perpsectivism and pragmatismPrakesh and Andrea: group lifeSheila and Andrea: organising world views?A tale of minor heroismMetaphors for unconscious life: house, home, trafficVignette: a team in trouble?Classical theoryNietzsche's perspectivismGroup change within a town: from Dorchester to HeavenGLOSSARYClinical reflections: a synthesisChemical usesDutiful wives, ordained rolesOn history and the psychoanalytic movementTHREE. Perspectivism, pragmatism, group analysisVignette twoPerspectivism and pragmatism in therapeutic work Vignette threePrincipled, reflective inquiryThe horizontal in group analysisReflectionsAlcoholics and addictsAn exclusionary matrixCircles of the unsaidSheila: being a nonentity in a world of peopleThe articulation of identity politics: "carers"A changing view of interpretationDialogue of difference between son and motherSexualitiesGrace's lifeSocial unconscious as imaginaryFrom analyst to conductorPREFACEGroup analysis—democracy in practice?Samuel Ward: Puritan diaristThe archaeology metaphorThe therapist's horizonsThe relatives groupGroup analysis: values with which to explore values?Family life during troubled timesTherapy implicationsDiscussionMonstrosity: "to think of this creature ..."Theoretical reflectionsEIGHT. "And thereby hangs a tale": narrative dimensions of human lifeThe surgical metaphorGroup analysis: a multi-lateral realityThe irreducible subjectivity of the therapistTherapy for the life-cycle: an older adultDangerous bodies, lustful women, witchesThe Protestantisation of the socialNEW INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF GROUP ANALYSIS FOREWORDFlesh, sex, and gender in early modern times— examples from historyNINE. Group analysis in contemporary societyVignette: a therapy groupBetween abjection and idealsDisordered narrativeSEVEN. A modern monster? The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr. HydeAporias of group analysisThe concept of horizonONE. Working intersubjectively: theory and therapyVignette oneThe marketplace of meaningHomosexualsFIVE. Reforming subjectivity: personal, familial, and group implications of English reformationLife as literature: human beings as creativeAndrea: not enough lightDiscussionThe transference: an intersubjectivist viewMentalitiesNever on your own: parable of the "first word"SIX. An exclusionary matrix: degenerates, addicts, homosexualsPhilosophy as equipment for livingWhat is good narrative?FOUR. The articulated space of social unconsciousnessTWO. Personal horizons, unformulated experience, and group analysisDegenerates and dangerous classesReflections"You're not finished yet": the role of unformulated experienceReflectionsPOSTSCRIPTDewey's pragmatismMoving horizons: therapeutic changeThe resisting patientReflections
 
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