Tag Archive: Empathy

A brief history of psychoanalysis: From Freud to fantasy to folly

  Return to Journal Articles Dianna Kenny, Professor, University of Sydney       The genesis of psychoanalysis   Psychoanalysis has had a long gestation, during the course of which it has experienced multiple rebirths, leading some current authors to complain that there has been such a proliferation of theories of psychoanalysis over the past 115 …

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A brief history of psychoanalysis: From Freud to fantasy to folly

Dianna Kenny [1], Professor, University of Sydney                                                             Abstract Psychoanalysis has had a long gestation, during the course of which it has experienced multiple rebirths, leading some current authors to complain …

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Look at Me! The Rise of Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism under Neo- Liberalism

  Return to Journal Articles Anne Manne, Journalist and author        Anita Brookner’s novel Look at me (1982) explores two very different meanings of the title phrase. The first meaning attaches to a glamorous couple, Nick and Alix, who behave much as F. Scott Fitzgerald described in The Great Gatsby, “They were careless people…they …

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Look at Me! The Rise of Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism under Neo- Liberalism

Anne Manne [1], Journalist and author                                                        Abstract This article examines the recent debates within the scholarship on narcissism considering whether too high self-esteem is the problem, or whether the grandiose …

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