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Grace under fire

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In this short reflection, the author compares Bion's stance as a group leader with descriptions of his conduct on the battlefield in World War I. He suggests that the state of mind indicated in both situations illustrates Bion's concept of faith. He then goes on to discuss briefly what Bion's empirical modesty implies about his relationship with Rickman and with Freud.
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Keywords: Bion; Rickman; Tavistock Group; courage; interpretation

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2011

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