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This paper comprises an encounter by the author in 1992 with the distinguished Northern Ireland psychotherapist and political leader, The Lord Alderdice of Knock. Born in Northern Ireland in 1955, John Alderdice graduated in Medicine in 1978, and qualified as a member of the Royal College of...
This paper examines the theory of political leadership developed by the Australian academic and writer on psychoanalysis and politics, Graham Little – a theory that both provides a general framework for understanding political leadership and posits three types that can be used to develop...
Magical religious practices, defined as instrumental uses of the divine, are devoted to gods and God, in Winnicott's terms, as “subjectively perceived objects,” whereas the comparatively rare phenomenon of non‐magical religion is devoted to “objective objects.” In a “bargain with fate,” the...
This paper explores the psychology – and the appeal – of “middle way” or “third way” political leaders, with a particular focus on former British Labor prime minister Tony Blair. Reviewing two works by British psychoanalyst and Labor member of parliament (MP), Leo Abse, and Australian management...
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