Rom J Psychoanal 2021, 14(2):97-112
DOI: 10.2478/rjp-2021-0021

Abstract: This paper summarizes and extends the author’s view of the need for a two-track theory of psychoanalysis, transformational as well as archeological, and its application to patients and mind states that are ‘beyond neurosis’ at the limits of analyzability. Considerations of the unstructured unconscious, the transformational movement from unrepresented to represented states, the role of intuition and construction in the completion of perceptions, memories, phantasies, desires and other drive derivatives are presented and explored.

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