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Who is Adam Phillips?
Adam Phillips is a British jazz and blues guitarist and singer.
- profession: Songwriter, guitarist, singer
- genres: Blues, Jazz, Funk
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by Matthew Bevis
Adam Phillips is an author, a psychoanalyst in private ...
Philosophers on Education (2005)
New Historical Perspectives by Amelie Rorty
Adam Phillips is a clinical psychiatrist in London. Philip L.Quinn is Professor of Philosophy at Notre Dame University. C.D.C.Reeve is Professor of Philosophy and the Humanities at Reed College. Patrick Riley is Professor of Political Science ...
Quoting God (2005)
How Media Shape Ideas about Religion and Culture by Claire Badaracco
ADAM PHILLIPS is a features reporter for the Voice of ...
by Gary Day, Jack Lynch
Adam Phillips. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Johnson, Samuel. 1755. A Dictionary of the English Language. 2 vols. London. Longinus. 1985. On the Sublime. Trans. James A. Arieti and John M. Crossett. New York: Edwin Mellen Press.
Encyclopedia of Life Writing (2013)
Autobiographical and Biographical Forms by Margaretta Jolly
a personal exploration of the Jewish mourning ritual, Adam Phillips remarks that Wieseltier's purpose in writing is not "to find a way out, or even a way through, but a way into what has happened ...
Lexicon of the Mouth (2014)
Poetics and Politics of Voice and the Oral Imaginary by Brandon LaBelle
Adam Phillips addresses kissing in this way, as central to our “oral education.” Following Freud's analysis of kissing, Phillips understands the act of placing our mouth against another's as stemming from early experiences of “tasting the ...
by David Scott Kastan
Haughton, Hugh, Adam Phillips, and Geoffrey Summerfield, eds. John Clare in Context. Cambridge, U.K., 1994. A collection of modern critical essays on Clare, covering the breadth of recent attention and including Seamus Heaney's fine ...
by Ian Buchanan
Winnicott is a major influence on the popular Welsh psychoanalyst Adam Phillips. Further Reading: R. Rodman Winnicott: Life and Work (2003). wish-fulfilment (Wunscherfl'illung) The essential ...
Encyclopedia of the Novel (2014)
by Paul Schellinger
psychiatrist Adam Phillips (1993) haswritten of a disposition totreat the outside worldas “a repository fortheterror inside, an elsewherefor those desiresand objects that bring unpleasure.” In artistic terms, as Brooks had recognized, ...
by Peter Childs, Roger Fowler
Adam Phillips, Promises, Promises: Essays on ...
Encyclopedia of World Poetry (2015)
by R. Victoria Arana
In 2007, Dhomhnaill published the collection The FiftyMinute Mermaid, which Guardianreviewer Adam Phillips described asan "extraordinary book" "aboutwhat happens over timetoour original languages,the languages we learned as children ...
Encyclopedia of the Essay (2012)
by Tracy Chevalier
Hill, 1980, Adam Phillips, 1986, and William E.
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