The Case Histories Of Freud (Part I) - Papers of The Freudian School of Melbourne
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The Case Histories Of Freud — Part I (1985)

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Oscar Zentner

"Freud discovered a new field, demarcated by the psychoanalytic discourse. However, this discourse in its turn, produced analysts. The difficulty is, to paraphrase Lacan, that the analyst is not particularly better equipped than others to avoid the effects of mass psychology." Read full Logos

Part 1: Homage to Freud—The Case Histories of Freud


Demand for analysis and analysis of the demand
– Oscar Zentner

Dora's refusal to be a gift
– Gayle Paull

Of wolves and wasps
– Felicity Bagot

Transference and resistance in Little Hans
– Rob Gordon

L'Idee vient en parlant
– María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

Part 2: Seminars of the Freudian School of Melbourne


Heidegger concerning language
– Zawar Hanfi

Part 3: The Freudian Discourse


The navel of the dream
– Laurence Bataille

Death of a father
– Gustavo Ezequiel Etkin

Introduction to Hector Rupolo's The Non-Simple Borders of a Letter
– Oscar Zentner

The non-simple borders of a letter
– Hector Rupolo

The Freudian clinic - a lost bet
– Isidoro Vegh

Critique in the Freudian field
– Isidoro Vegh

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