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Symposium. Psychoanalytic phenomenology: the work of Stolorow and Atwood. III. Psychoanalysis and phenomenology: a new synthesis



Symposium. Psychoanalytic phenomenology: the work of Stolorow and Atwood. III. Psychoanalysis and phenomenology: a new synthesis



Psychoanalytic Review 73(3): 273-299




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