Sight of Medusas and erection by Sigmund Freud

30/04/2014 / 0 comments

The sight of Medusa’s head makes rigid with fright, change the viewer to stone. Same origin derived from the castration complex and even change affect. Cause become rigid means erection, therefore, in the original situation, consolation brougth to the viewer. He still has a penis, he assures of it by becoming himself rigid. La vue…

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Primitive symbol shaping process by Sandor Ferenczi

29/04/2014 / 0 comments

The symbolism of the teeth and the eyes would illustrate the fact that the body’s organs (especially genital parties) can be depicted not only by the outside world objects, but also by other organs of the body itself. It is probably even the most primitive shaping symbol mode.   Le symbolisme des dents et celui…

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Symbolic and psychic functioning by Sandor Ferenczi

29/04/2014 / 0 comments

Silberer name “functional symbolic phenomena” images arising in dreams, fantasies, myths, etc.. which, instead of illustrating the content of the thought or fantasy, represent, indirectly, the psychic functioning mode (easy or difficult, disabled, etc..)   Silberer appelle « phénomènes symboliques fonctionnels » les images surgissant dans les rêves, fantasmes, mythes, etc. qui, au lieu d’illustrer…

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Look pre-existence and eye by Jacques Lacan

10/04/2014 / 0 comments

Maurice Merleau-Ponty makes now the next step by forcing the boundaries of this same phenomenology. You will see that the ways in which it will lead are not only about the phenomenology of visual, but they will also find – this is the essential point – the dependence of the visible towards what puts us…

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The look and eyes by Jacques Lacan

02/04/2014 / 0 comments

I can feel myself looked by someone I do not even see his eyes, and even appearance. Just something to me means that others may be there. This window, if it is a bit obscure, and if I have reason to believe that there is someone behind is already one looking. From the moment that…

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