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Psychoanalysts and money

Numéro de notice

1007

Durée

00:49:00

Année de production

2002

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4/3
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Sonore

Résumé

Sociologist Daniel Friedmann talks with ten psychoanalysts about the various problems relating to money in psychoanalysis. Their comments intersect as they respond to these questions: What is money for? What value do psychoanalysts assign to it? Is money essential to the success of psychoanalytic treatment? What fees are charged for analysis? What do you think of the free sessions offered in hospitals? What kind of symbolism is associated with money? What is the difference between money and payment?

Interviewees include Eduardo Prado de Oliveira, Elisabeth Roudinesco, François Roustang, Georg Garner, Ginette Raimbault, Isi Beller, Jean Clavreul, Jean-Bertrand Pontalis, Jean-Paul Valabrega, and Laurence Bataille.

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