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Psychoanalysis at the Margins 精神分析的边界

Why has American psychoanalysis been relegated to the margins of American mental health care? In this masterful summing up of three decades of experience as a psychoanalytic editor and publisher, Paul Stepansky tells the story of a once cohesive discipline that has splintered into rivalrous “part-fields” and now struggles to survive in a postanalytic world of cognitive-behavioral interventions, brief therapy, psychopharmacology, and managed care. Simultaneously, it isa cautionary tale of the inevitable marginalization of any profession that resists integration into the scientific mainstream of its time and place.心理学书籍 psychspace.com Im@I2s^

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Beyond its self-evident importance to psychoanalysts and other proponents of “talking” therapy, Psychoanalysis at the Margins provides an in-depth case study of the role of books, journals, and publishing in the rise and fall of a historically insular profession.  For Stepansky, the near-demise of psychoanalytic publishing in America is a microcosm of the crisis of small scholarly and professional publishing in an era that has witnessed the ascendancy of internet chat groups, online seminars, Amazon.com, and electronic journal subscriptions. 
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xqul@e0Positioning present-day psychoanalysis as an alternative healing modality, Stepansky explores the initiatives that have enabled other alternative professions to survive and even thrive in the face of mainstream opposition. Is it possible, he asks, that the lessons of alternative medicine can guide psychoanalysis to an “optimal marginality” that draws the mainstream to it? Pursuing pathways to this goal, Stepansky enjoins analysts to undertake a host of initiatives in the public interest that bring analytic knowledge to bear in those contexts where it can do the most good.

About the Author

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Paul E. Stepansky, Ph.D., was managing director of The Analytic Press from 1984—2006. He has been personal editor to Heinz Kohut, Margaret Mahler, and other psychoanalytic luminaries past and present, and now gives workshops and seminars on clinical writing and writing for publication. A Yale-trained historian of ideas, Stepansky explores topics in the history of psychiatry and psychoanalysis and is especially interested in the interface of psychiatry and medicine in America.心理学书籍 psychspace.com;x$RK%Ja5\7q



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Table of Contents

 Preface ix
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J$y S@XR W9F01. Psychoanalysis and Its Crises, Publishing and Otherwise 1
[7o&E x3G)qj Q[02. The Rise and Fall of Psychoanalytic Book Publishing in America 39心理学书籍 psychspace.com#Jk7s S K
3. Psychoanalytic Journals and the Road to Fractionation:
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4. Psychoanalytic Journals and the Road to Fractionation:心理学书籍 psychspace.com%X!C qc0O
     II. The Turn to Pluralism 106心理学书籍 psychspace.com"u:DQ`6Z
5. Theoretical Pluralism and Its Discontents 133心理学书籍 psychspace.com;H2}6mwlH r:M
6. Whence Progress? 172
Lc2V}6BaP$j!Kc07. Science Matters 217心理学书籍 psychspace.com/e0I*J"XQ
8. Varieties of Healing, Conventional and Otherwise 251
$w([!^7j'c]%D|09. Life at the Margins 287心理学书籍 psychspace.com8[ d8D)i os/B Z

*j'@} s,[0Acknowledgments 315
jNpdKuPxp/{0Journal Abbreviations in Notes 321心理学书籍 psychspace.com}FZ o'n9kw.R
Medical Glossary 325心理学书籍 psychspace.comwGGd#{ t
Index 335心理学书籍 psychspace.comfX'T,U%?q-x~

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Editorial Reviews

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:_(R!M2}`GLf0v0“Paul Stepansky, a broad and gifted historian who also reports as an eyewitness, has written a fresh and compelling intellectual history of psychoanalysis in the United States in the second half of the twentieth century. By using the idea of social marginality, Stepansky offers a clear and persuasive explanation of what has happened to one of the major movements of the recent past–and why it has happened.” –John Burnham, Ph.D., Research Professor of History, Ohio State University, and author ofPsychoanalysis and American Medicine心理学书籍 psychspace.com _-Ki8K]KH
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“The uniqueness ofPsychoanalysis at the Marginsderives from a combination of original material not available elsewhere–the history of psychoanalytic publishing and book sales in the United States–and the brilliant scholarship and lucid writing one has come to expect of Dr. Stepansky. He explores concepts of marginalization, fractionation, and so-called theoretical pluralism within a broad cultural and intellectual framework, and ends the book with a surprising suggestion regarding the future role of psychoanalysis. All of this is carried out with the authority that is derived from his nonparochial stance, ranging scholarship, and clear and subtle thinking. Anyone interested in substantive issues in psychoanalysis, including its future status, will have to wrestle with this book.” –Morris N. Eagle, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University心理学书籍 psychspace.com;y bzeUH+|0\0e7p

“Paul Stepansky has written an absolutely stunning book that is as compelling as a good mystery that carries the reader along to a very unsettling conclusion. Alas, the hero of the book as well as the victim is psychoanalysis. Stepansky writes about a subject in the effortless manner of a good author, in the erudite manner of a scholar who has mastered the field, and in the caring manner of someone who loves the subject.” –Arnold Goldberg, M.D., the Cynthia Oudejan Harris, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Rush Medical College, and Training and Supervising Analyst, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis心理学书籍 psychspace.com5]kR]oD~K3x|

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“Paul Stepansky may be uniquely qualified, by his personal gifts and his publishing experience, to write such a splendid survey of the current quandary of psychoanalysis. His scholarship is nothing short of staggering yet not pedantic, his judgments empathic but unfailingly fair, and the story he has to tell compulsively readable. I learned a great deal from this remarkable book, and urge anyone who cares about the future of psychoanalysis to read it.” –Robert R. Holt, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, New York University心理学书籍 psychspace.com-_CT/K3r j#i5x
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“Historian, editor, and publisher, Paul Stepansky is uniquely positioned to chronicle the theoretical fractionation and marginalization that beset contemporary psychoanalysis. Enriched by fascinating commentary about the history of medical discoveries and psychoanalytic politics,Psychoanalysis at the Marginsnot only dissects the contemporary analytic corpus but prescribes pathways to renewal. Required reading for anyone in or out of psychoanalysis who seeks a discerning appraisal of the field’s current quandary and future prospects.” –Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D., editor-in-chief ofPsychoanalytic Inquiryand thePsychoanalytic InquiryBook Series心理学书籍 psychspace.com M E)p/q6b

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“This book should be read by everyone who cares about psychoanalysis and its contributions to mental health policy and the social sciences. In an unsparing examination of modern psychoanalytic history, Paul Stepansky diagnoses some grave disabilities in its current condition and offers a prognosis that is guarded but not necessarily terminal. If this ailing discipline is to be revived, psychoanalytic theorists and therapists need to pay close attention to Stepansky’s impressive scholarship.” –Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D., Former President, Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association
“With massive documentation across the entire spectrum of physical and mental healing professions, historian Paul Stepansky mounts a provocative thesis that links the fractionation (or pluralism) of psychoanalytic theory and praxis both to the long-acknowledged ‘crisis’ within the field and to the growing public disenchantment with psychoanalysis in its intellectual, cultural, and therapeutic aspects. This book is a clarion call for urgent remedial attention and effective coordinated response.” –Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D., Former President of the American Psychoanalytic Association and the International Psychoanalytical Association



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