LRO: On Muhammad Ali, Stephen Grosz and our genetic makeup

France is an old country where people in love are free to kiss…
(Joann Sfar, November 2015)


 The (Loving) Voice of Muhammad Ali

Clare Lewins’s 2014 film
I am Ali makes it painfully clear: Muhammad Ali was much more than a boxer. He was a voice. And this voice has faded away…

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How many is one?

A
recent study reveals that what constitutes an individual is in fact an
assemblage of cells made up of different and unpredictable genetic
components…

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Hero to his readers, father to his patients
 

London-based IPA psychoanalyst Stephen Grosz's recent collection of case studies brings the question of the analyst's role to
the fore…

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