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Are we engaging Levinas's implicit psychology with the insights of the object relations psychoanalytic tradition?
I believe it was Sigmund Freud who said, "Dogs love their friends and bite their enemies, quite unlike people, who are incapable of pure love and always have to mix love and hate in their object relations."
There are two major psychoanalytical theories (Oedipal complex and object relations) on relationships:
Specifically, Price contends that Barth's anthropology bears an important similarity to the findings of object relations psychology.
A second and related purpose is to offer a new way of thinking about the son's and daughter's bond with his/her father, one that is theoretically rooted in object relations theory, analytic psychology, and John Bowlby's ethological attachment theory (1969/1982, 1973, 1980; Greenberg & Mitchell, 1983; Jacobi, 1953/1970; Jung, 1933; 1959/1968).
Based on object relations theory, such motivations are conceptualized as meeting self and attachment needs.
Drawing from the literatures of multicultural therapy, self psychology, and object relations, the author shows how traditional psychoanalytic concepts can be modified to better account for diversity.
The basis of this more-balanced approach is the object relations theory, which Holmes borrows from recent post-Freudian scholarship.
What this paper does to extend beyond Pollack's work is formulate the specific intrapsychic working in an object relations perspective.
This literature review examines how the Bell Object Relations Inventory (BORI) (M.
(5.) As with Nancy Miller's theory of object relations in Subject to Change, Christian, poststructuralist feminist Mary McClintock Fulkerson describes the self as no longer a substance, but rather "a relation or sets of relations" whose identity is formed out of differences.

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