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The events we have experienced in recent years at a global level have led us to think and feel differently than in times of relative stability and relative peace. This “other” has called for a revision of the representation of the human condition along the fundamental dual dimensions that define it from a psychoanalytic point of view: subjectivity-otherness, Eros-Thanatos. The pandemic, as a borderline existential event, r...Read more

A century ago, Freud addressed the problem of groups, stating that “Group psychology is therefore concerned with the individual man as a member of a race, of a nation, of a caste, of a profession, of an institution, or as a component part of a crowd of people who have been organized into a group at some particular time for some definite purpose” (Freud, S., 1921. ‘Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego’, SE XVIII...Read more

Contents - Tome XV, no. 1 - 2022

Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis

The Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis was founded in 2007, on the occasion of the International Colloquium of Psychoanalysis « Thinking Hate and Violence » (Bucharest, 2008), at the initiative of the Romanian psychoanalyst Nadia Bujor from the Psychoanalytic Society in Paris. Brînduşa Orăşanu, Vera Şandor and Vasile Dem Zamfirescu, from the Romanian Society of Psychoanalysis were the founders, as well as the Romanian Scientific Committee of this journal. The purpose of the journal is to stimulate psychoanalytic research and scientific communication in this field, both between Romanian psychoanalysts as well as between them and their foreign peers. It is for this reason that the articles are published exclusively in French or English.





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