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Orange, D. (2011). “Speaking the Unspeakable: ‘The Implicit,’ Traumatic Living Memory, and the Dialogue of Metaphors.” International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 6:187-206.
Orange, D. (2010). “Recognition as: Intersubjective vulnerability in the psychoanalytic dialogue.” International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 5:227-244.
Orange, D. (2009). “Toward the art of the living dialogue: Between constructivism and hermeneutics in psychoanalytic thinking.” In Beyond Postmodernism: New Dimensions in Clinical Theory and Practice. Frie, R. and D. Orange, Eds. New York: Routledge, 2009.
Orange, D. (2009). “Intersubjective systems theory: A fallibilist’s journey.” In Self and Systems: Explorations in Contemporary Self Psychology. VanDerHeide, N. and W. Coburn, Eds. Boston: Blackwell Publishing (on behalf of the New York Academy of Sciences) 1159:237-248.
Orange, D. (2009). Kohut Memorial Lecture: “Attitudes, Values and Intersubjective Vulnerability.” International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 4:235-253.
Orange, D. (2008). “Whose Shame Is It Anyway? Lifeworlds of Humiliation and Systems of Restoration (or “The Analyst’s Shame”).” Contemporary Psychoanalysis 44:83-100.
Orange, D. (2006). "For whom the bell tolls: Complexity, context, and compassion in psychoanalysis." International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 1:5-22.