The Politics of Ethnicity in Eastern Europe

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One of the early volumes on the nature and significance of ethnicity in Eastern Europe consisting of essays on the subject by specialists on individual nationalities and on the region in general.

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Overview

One of the early volumes on the nature and significance of ethnicity in Eastern Europe consisting of essays on the subject by specialists on individual nationalities and on the region in general.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780914710875
  • Publisher: Eastern European Monographs
  • Publication date: 11/15/1981
  • Series: Asn Series in Issues Studies, #2
  • Pages: 279

Meet the Author

George Klein was Professor of Political Science at Western Michigan State University. Milan J. Reban is Professor of Political Science at North Texas State University.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Psychoanalytic Century
The Unconscious Knowledge (of the Child) Versus the Enlightenment (of the Parents)
London
Chapter 1: Jewish Families, European Stories: A Depression and Its Aftermath
Plain Words, Negative Transference, and Decondensation of the Phantasy
Playing? Interpreting
Hans and (Perhaps) Melitta
Inventing Stories with Erich/Fritz
Chapter 2: Analyzing Her Children: From Scandal to Play Technique
The Depressive Position: The Whole Object, the Psychic Realm, and Reparation
The "Paranoid-Schizoid Position'': Splitting and Projective Identification
Inside/Outside
Narcissism and the Object
Petits Fours, kleine Frou, Frau Klein
The Power of Envy and a Wager on Gratitude
The Grief that Affords Us a Soul
Eros Absorbed into Thanatos: Sadistic Devouring and the Anal Attack
Chapter 3: The Priority and Interiority of the Other and the Bond: The Baby Is Born with His Objects
Karl Abraham
S†ndor Ferenczi
Jews and Catholics
Libussa
Chapter 4: Anxiety or Desire: In the Beginning Was the Death Drive
How Can We Avoid Being Alone?
The Case of Richard: Goodness Versus Hitler-Ubu
Persecuting Idealizations and "Concretizations''
Neither Boys nor Girls Can Avoid It
From the Earliest Stages of the Oedipus Conflict
Chapter 5: A Most Early and Tyrannical Superego
An Oresteia
The "Combined'' or Coupled Parents
... and Male Sexuality
Female Sexuality...
A Primary Feminine Phase
The Perpetually Renewed Breast
Chapter 6: The Cult of the Mother or an Ode to Matricide? The Parents
Do Women Have and Affinity for the Archaic?
"Prenarrative Envelopes'' Between Anxiety andLanguage
The Representative Before Representation
Chapter 7: The Phantasy as a Metaphor Incarnate
Cultural Acts of Sublimation: Art and Literature
The Post-Kleinian Approach to the Archaic and the Primary
Klein on Negativity
From Equations to Symbols: Dick
Chapter 8: The Immanence of Symbolism and Its Degrees
Peace and War Among the Ladies
Mother and Daughter
A Founder Without a Text
Chapter 9: From the Foreign Language to the Filigree of the Loyal and Disloyal
The Inner Mother and the Depth of Thought
The Left and Feminists Take Hold of the "Inspired Gut Butcher''
Lacan's Envy and Gratitude
From the Great Controversial Discussions to the Independents
Chapter 10: The Politics of Kleinianism

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