Notes for a Paper on Metaphor by Jacob Arlow

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One Comment on “Notes for a Paper on Metaphor by Jacob Arlow”

  1. Henry Lothane Says:

    I commend International Psychoanalysis for making Jacob Arlow’s texts available.

    Arlow was very special to me over the years. He read and spoke Hebrew and used Hebrew quotes in his presentations, accompanied by an expressive wink. His ideas had affinity to Otto Isakower’s analyzing instrument and to Bertram Lewin’s ideas about the dream. When I was a candidate, he granted my request to be my supervisor. The powers that be decreed otherwise.

    A few months before he died I visited him in his home in Great Neck and we talked about many themes in psychoanalysis. In the midst of our conversation, seemingly coming from nowhere, he said spontaneously: he had only regretted one thing, the time and energy he had spent dealing with administrative matters.

    Henry Lothane

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