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(1957). The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 25, 1956, No. 3: Jule Eisenbud. 'Time and the Oedipus.'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 38:133.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 25, 1956, No. 3: Jule Eisenbud. 'Time and the Oedipus.'

(1957). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 38:133

The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 25, 1956, No. 3: Jule Eisenbud. 'Time and the Oedipus.'

This is another of the author's discussions of the use of the hypothesis of 'precognition' in psycho-analysis. As before (Psychoanal. Quart., 1954) he treats later events resembling those in the manifest content of dreams as if they were day-residues, claiming added illumination of the patients' oedipal problems. The most neglected feature of the unresolved Oedipus complex is the patients' hopelessness about time, that is, about the distance in time which separates the child from the loved parent. The leaps across time which the author detects are motivated by the intense wish to catch up in time with the parents.

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(1957). The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 25, 1956, No. 3. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 38:133

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