His latest book, The Inseparable Nature of Love and Aggression, carries this trend further. The book’s title testifies to Kernberg’s inclusive and synthesizing approach. Its table of contents reveals 17 chapters grouped under five headings: Severe Personality Disorders, Reflections on Psychoanalytic Theory and Its Applications, the Psychology of Sexual Love, Contemporary Challenges for Psychoanalysis, and the Psychology of Religious Experience. The chapters on identity, transference-focused therapy, narcissistic personality, the destruction of time in pathological narcissism, and limitations to the capacity to love extend the author’s earlier work in newer and deeper directions. Far greater integration than before, with the views of European psychoanalysts (e.g., Didier Anzieu, Peter Fonagy, Andre Green, and Ronald Britton), is evident in these pieces. Kernberg’s aim in these chapters is the elucidation of difficult clinical matters and the strategies to deal with them. And he is successful in achieving this goal.