ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ABOUT THE AUTHOR PREFACE by Carlos de Almeida VieiraINTRODUCTION DRAMATIS PERSONAE PART I: RISING... OR UPRISING? CHAPTER ONE Obscure, complicated and difficult? CHAPTER TWO Truth; truthfulness CHAPTER THREE Clinical significance CHAPTER FOUR Editorial issues CHAPTER FIVE The ever-present fundamentals of psychoanalysis: a memoir to a possible future of psychoanalysis? CHAPTER SIX The psychoanalytic movement and psychoanalysis proper PART II: LANDING... OR DIVING? CHAPTER SEVEN Looking for a language of achievement - a free association generator? CHAPTER EIGHT A dreamscope? CHAPTER NINE Formulation mode: love of, and hate for, the supreme creativity of a parental couple CHAPTER TEN Banal times CHAPTER ELEVEN Facing natural tension: an option for banality? NOTES REFERENCES INDEX
Paulo Cesar Sandler, MD, MSc, MhFAB, is a Training Analyst at the Sociedade Brasileira de Psicanalise de Sao Paulo, Psychiatrist at the Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (IMREA) at the Hospital das Clinicas, Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Sao Paulo, and author of several books in Portuguese. He has written many papers and book chapters, some of which have been published in English and French. He has translated most of Bion's books and papers into Portuguese and has organized several international meetings on the work of Bion. Dr Sandler currently teaches in a post-graduate course at the University of Sao Paulo, and at the Institute of Psycho-Analysis of the SBPSP, giving courses about the work of Freud, Klein and Bion. He has worked in private psychoanalytic practice since 1974, having previously worked with psychotics in a traditional in-patient clinic, as well as in group-oriented community psychiatry, including epidemiology of mental disorders, in the local Public Health School.