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Longing for Nothingness: Resistance, Denial, and the Place of Death in the Nursing Home

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Longing for Nothingness demonstrates how conflict between a life and death drive structures desire and the formation of the symptom and how this conceptual framework can be used to treat men and women in the nursing home. In the process, Andrew Stein presents a surprising and novel reading of such important psychoanalytic thinkers as Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan, and Melanie Klein. Hide synopsis

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