Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religion: Transference and Transcendence
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Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religion: Transference and Transcendence

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Challenges Freud's view of religion as one-way transference. Using examples from clinical cases, Jones argues instead that religious experiences, doctrines and practices reflect the internalized interpersonal patterns that constitute our sense of ourselves.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published July 28th 1993 by Yale University Press (first published March 1991)
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