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Meyer, A.F. (1925). Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:239.

(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:239

Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society

Adolph F. Meyer

Fourth Quarter, 1924

October 4, 1924 (at Oegstgeest). A meeting was held by the smaller psycho-analytical circle to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Professor G. Jelgersma's appointment to office, other societies, as well as his colleagues and pupils, having celebrated the occasion some days previously. Our Society desired to avail itself of the occasion of his Jubilee in order to do special honour to his fine work in connection with psychoanalysis in Holland. This duty was delegated to Dr. van Renterghem, as the senior among the members of the Society, and in an enthusiastic speech he described Jelgersma's many-sided work, recalling the lecture on 'Unconscious Mental Life' delivered by Professor Jelgersma as Rector Magnificus of the University of Leyden ten years ago, in which he openly declared himself a believer in psycho-analysis, and pointing out how large a place had since been allotted to that subject in Jelgersma's teaching.

After Dr. van Renterghem's speech, Professor Jelgersma was invited to become Honorary President of the Society.

At the conclusion of the meeting Dr. van Ophuysen made several short clinical communications.

December 20, 1924. Dr. G. H. W. van Ophuysen: Sadism. In the speaker's opinion sadism is a derivative of oral erotism in its second phase, namely, that of biting. He would therefore prefer, instead of speaking of a sadistic-anal phase of libido-development, to call it the second oral-anal phase.

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