- Title Pages
- I A Literary Example of Haunting: Dr. Benjamin Spock
- II A Clinical Illustration of Some of My Main Themes
- III Knowing, Change, and Good and Bad Expectations
- IV Beginnings and Wordsworth's “Immortality Ode”
- V Change Means Loss: Spring and Summer Must Become Winter
- VI The Myth of Demeter and Persephone
- VII Another Dream of Death in a Garden
- VIII A Clinical and a Literary Example—Edna St. Vincent Millay
- IX A Second Literary Example–Leonard Woolf
- X A Third Literary Example—Sergei Timofeevich Aksakov
- XI On Listening, Knowing, and Owning
- XII Gardens, Unweeded Gardens, and the Garden of Eden—Death and Transience
- XIII “The Promise” and Ibsen's <i>A Doll's House</i> and <i>Hedda Gabler</i>
- XIV What Do I Know?
- Postscript: Two Relevant Quotations
- Appendix: Hartmann on the Genetic Point of View and Object Constancy
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