In this radical examination of psychological and philosophical theories of perception, M. D. Faber synthesizes significant aspects of both. Treating such diverse subjects as mysticism, economics, epistemology, politics and the rearing of children, Faber links innovative psychoanalytic concepts to the mainstream of modern philosophical thought.
Book Reviews -- Speculations after Freud: Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Culture Edited by Sonu Shamdasani and Michael Munchow Lewis, Bradley.
American Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. 49, No. 4, Fall 1995
Psychoanalysis And/as Philosophy? the Anthropological Significance of Pathology in Freud's Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality and in the Psychoanalytic Tradition Van Haute, Philippe.
Philosophy Today, Vol. 50, 2006
A Confusion of Tongues between Psychoanalysis and Philosophy: Is the Controversy over Drive versus Relational Theory a Philosophical One? Taub, Gadi.
International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 90, No. 3, June 2009
Monday Book: Pre-Shrunk History of the Couch CASSANDRA'S DAUGHTER: A HISTORY OF PSYCHOANALYSIS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA BY JOSEPH SCHWARTZ, ALLEN LANE/ PENGUIN PRESS, Pounds 20 McLynn, Frank.
The Independent (London, England), September 13, 1999
Olympic Games: Swimming - Thorpe Displays Perception of True Master ; Australian Phenomenon Has a Sophisticated Philosophy of Life That Belies His Tender Years and Augments an Aura of Greatness Lawton, James.
The Independent (London, England), September 18, 2000
Did Freud Come Up with the Greatest Idea of the Century? Psychoanalysis Permits Each One of Us to Become the Poet of Our Own Experience Schwartz, Joseph.
The Independent (London, England), August 16, 1999