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In all this time, I had a diffuse impression that I was waiting for somethingto happen. That elusive something was to make possible a «true»analytic therapy, comparable to what comes up with other patients: somefree associations, some memories, some insights, some working-throughof transferences, all accompanied by some affective halo. These terms suggesta minimum, to express the “analytic lack” of this therapy.
While M ... Read more
Research Subject: Emil Cioran’s name is often linked to such words as „philosopher” and„(a)moralist”. As moralist activities — i.e., interpreting ethical acts in theirpractical dimension — are obviously sub-species of philosophical activities,it is not hard to equate this man from Răşinari with a person whoundeniably belongs to the realm of philosophical reflection. What matters— especially in the light of t ... Read more
One of the pillars of Freud’s thought was surely his view of dreams (Freud1911, 1916-17). Dreams as the royal road to the unconscious and as theguardian of sleep are among the most widely shared concepts in psychoanalyticthought. Yet the approach to the interpretation of dreams has changedgreatly, so that many — for example, Meltzer, in Dream Life (1984) —regard them no longer as puzzles to be decrypted, but instead as e ... Read more
IntroductionThe present paper aims to cast light on what I consider to be one of thefundamental aspects of Sigmund Freud’s work: the style of his writings. The discussion will focus on specific characteristics of his figurative language:the way he employs similitudes and metaphors, the uses to whichhe puts them, and the stylistic effects of this resort to analogy.
It could, with some justification, be asked what interest a s ... Read more