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Recent Compilations by Robert M. Young

 

COPIES OF ANY OR ALL OF THESE ARE

AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

On reusable memory sticks for £10.00 per title each

Email rmaxyoung@gmail.com

or phone  London 0207 503 4175

‘BEING A KLEINIAN IS NOT STRAIGHTFORWARD’: HOW TO ACCESS KLEIN AND BION

Preface

Dedication

1.  Being a Kleinian Is Not Straightforward

2.  Melanie Klein I

3.  Melanie Klein II

4.  The Analytic Space: Countertransference

& Evocative Knowledge

5.  Containment: The Technical and the Tacit In

Successful Psychotherapy

6.  Lincoln, Mandela & the Depressive

Position

7.  Projective Identification

8.  Benign & Virulent Projective Identification in Groups

& Institutions

9.  The Ubiquity of Psychotic Anxieties

 

THE GUISE OF SOLUTIONS DIAGNOSIS, THERAPY, ANALYSIS

Preface

1.    Between Nosology and Narrative Where

Should We Be?

     2.   The Moral and the Molecular in the Future of

Psychiatry

   3.   The Concept of Psychopathology: a Critique

           4.   Descriptive versus Dynamic Concepts of                  Psychopathology

5.  The Curious Place of Psychoanalysis  in the

Academy

        6.  New Ideas about the Oedipus Complex

7.  Is Perversion Obsolete?

                8.  Love: From Libido Theory to Object Relations

                9. The Role of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

in the Human Sciences

            10. Persons, Organisms… and Primary Qualities

11. Second Nature: The Historicity of the

Unconscious

12. Princess Diana, ‘The Constituency of the

Rejected’ and Psychotherapeutic Studies

13. Whatever Happened to Human Nature?

14. The Conceptual Foundations of the Human

Sciences

15. Science and the Humanities in

the Understanding of Human Nature

16. Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and the Drug

Industry

 

THE CULTURE OF

BRITISH PSYCHOANALYSIS

AND RELATED STUDIES

1. The Culture of British Psychoanalysis

2. Character and Morality

3. The Psychodynamics of Psychoanalytic

Organizations

4. Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy:

The Grand Leading the Bland

5. Reflections on These Matters after the

Passage of Time: The More Things

Change the More They Stay the Same

 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO

HUMAN NATURE?

1. Whatever Happened to Human Nature?

2. Postmodernism and the Subject: Pessimism of the Will

3. The Historicity of the Unconscious

4. Is 'Perversion' Obsolete?

5. New Ideas about the Oedipus Complex

6. The Cussedness of Psychoanalysis

7. Science, Ideology and Donna Haraway

8. We Are All Inescapably Social Darwinists

 

PSYCHOANALYSIS AND RACISM:

A LOUD SILENCE

1. Psychoanalysis and Racism: A

Loud Silence

2. Racist Society, Racist Science

3. Psychoanalysis and the Other:

Psychopathology and Racism

4. Lincoln, Mandela and the

Depressive Position

5. Psychoanalysis, Fundamentalism

and Terrorism

6. The Psychoanalysis of

Sectarianism

7. What, if Anything, Can Be Done about

My Antisemitism?

 

HISTORIES OF MIND AND BRAIN

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.  The Functions of the Brain:

Gall to Ferrier

2.  The Mind-Body Problem

3.  Sigmund Freud: Scientist

or Humanist?

4.  Persons. Organisms…and

Primary Qualities

5.  Human Nature

6.  The Human Limits of Nature

7.  Some Notes on Human Nature

8.  What If Human Nature is Historical?

 

A GUIDE TO CULTURAL STUDIES,

PSYCHOANALYSIS, THE NEW LEFT

AND GROUP RELATIONS

IN THREE CHAPTERS

I did not sit down to encompass in three chapters an exposition of the ideas in political and cultural studies that have most influenced me and to then link them to the psychoanalytic ones that I consider to be most akin to them, but, on re-reading them, I appear to have done so as best as I can.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

About the Author

Ch. 1 Guilt and the Veneer of

Civilization

Ch. 2 Locating and Relocating Psychoanalytic Ideas of Sexuality

Ch. 3 Psychotic Anxieties in Groups and Institutions

 

STUDIES IN HISTORIOGRAPHY

VOLUME ONE  TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Scholarship and the History of the

Behavioural Sciences

2. The Historiographic and Ideological Contexts of the

Nineteenth-Century Debate on Man’s Place in

Nature

3. How Societies Constitute Their Knowledge:

Prolegomena to a Labour Process Perspective

VOLUME TWO TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

4. The Naturalization of Value Systems in the Human

Sciences

5. Life Among the Mediations: Labour, Groups, Breasts   6. The Human Limits of Nature

7. Science, Ideology and Donna Haraway

8. ‘Malthus on Man – in Animals no Moral Restraint’ –

Darwin

Places of First Publication

 

DARWIN’S METAPHOR

AND THE PHILOSOPOHY OF SCIENCE: FURTHER STUDIES

Volume One

Preface

1. Darwin’s Metaphor and the

Philosophy of Science

2.   Charles Darwin: Man and

Metaphor

3.   The Meanings of Darwinism:

Then and Now

4.  Darwinism IS Social

5.  Darwin, Marx, Freud: The

Foundations of the

Human Sciences

6.  Darwinism and the

Division of Labour

7.  The Development of Herbert

Spencer’s Concept of

Evolution

8.  ‘Malthus On Man –

In Animals No Moral

Restraint’

9.   Darwinian Evolution and

Human

History

10. The Darwin Debate

11.  Intelligent Design: A Symptom

of  Metaphysical Malaise

Volume Two

1. Darwin and the Genre of

Biography

2. Desmond and Moore’s Darwin

A Critique

3. Science, Ideology and Donna

Haraway

4. Biography: The Basic Discipline for a Human Science

5.  Evolution, Biology and

Psychology

from a Neo-Marxist Point of  View

6. Understanding It All

7. My Ideal Curriculum for a

Psychology Degree

8. Animal Soul

9. What If Human Nature Is

Historical?

 

 

 


 
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