Analysand and analyst in the global economy, or why anyone in their right mind would pay for an analysis

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2010 Number 72

Analysand and analyst in the global economy, or why anyone in their right mind would pay for an analysis
Bruce Fink, pages -

Abstract

Use value, exchange value, the equation between time and money, and globalisation are explored in conjunction with the psychoanalytic concepts of loss and castration, leading to the paradoxical notion that, in psychoanalytic treatment, one pays to lose something. The unique configuration of work and payment in the psychoanalytic situation is explored through several clinical vignettes.

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Bruce Fink (2010) Analysand and analyst in the global economy, or why anyone in their right mind would pay for an analysis, New Formations, 2010(72), -

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