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(1957). Bulletin D'Activités, Association Des Psychanalystes De Belgique No. 26: F. Duyckaert, in relation to Freud's Centenary, compares psycho-analysis and modern rationalism from a methodological point of view. S. Nacht discusses 'life or death instinct', and expresses the opinion that the auto-destructive trends are related to the early conditions of life and may be cured. They are not acted out with the unconscious goal of leading the individual back to an undifferentiated state.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 38:435.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Bulletin D'Activités, Association Des Psychanalystes De Belgique No. 26: F. Duyckaert, in relation to Freud's Centenary, compares psycho-analysis and modern rationalism from a methodological point of view. S. Nacht discusses 'life or death instinct', and expresses the opinion that the auto-destructive trends are related to the early conditions of life and may be cured. They are not acted out with the unconscious goal of leading the individual back to an undifferentiated state.

(1957). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 38:435

Bulletin D'Activités, Association Des Psychanalystes De Belgique No. 26: F. Duyckaert, in relation to Freud's Centenary, compares psycho-analysis and modern rationalism from a methodological point of view. S. Nacht discusses 'life or death instinct', and expresses the opinion that the auto-destructive trends are related to the early conditions of life and may be cured. They are not acted out with the unconscious goal of leading the individual back to an undifferentiated state.

The rôle of identification in the analytical process is discussed by J. Lampl-de Groot, who thinks that the psycho-analyst has to provide his patient with satisfactory identifications and that this is not inconsistent with neutrality. In the same way, P. Luquet writes about some non-verbal factors of recovery in the psycho-analytical cure, and includes the introjection of the objectivity, the understanding mind, and the kindness of the psycho-analyst.

F. Lechat presents a detailed paper on the consequences of early object relations on adulthood, especially of the loss of the fundamental object. According to him the following process takes place:

i. Aggressive trends are directed toward the object.

ii. The aggressive trends become jammed by fear.

iii. The feeling arises that all contact may be dangerous both for the object and the subject, and anxiety is always latent.

iv. The individual refrains from winning or accepting another's affection. Both love and aggression are blocked and he is only able to discharge by pseudo-love and pseudo-aggressiveness toward pseudo-objects.

Beside the above-mentioned papers, Bulletin No. 26 contains an excerpt from A. Freud's 'Some Remarks on the Observation of Newborns', notes on the 'Integration of Behaviour' by T. M. French, and a summary of Glover's inquiry on psycho-analytical technique.

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(1957). Bulletin D'Activités, Association Des Psychanalystes De Belgique No. 26. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 38:435

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