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Fielding, L.J. (1956). Samiksa. VIII, 1954: Oedipus Conflict and the Defense of the Ego. N. N. Chatterji. Pp. 125-132.. Psychoanal Q., 25:128.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Samiksa. VIII, 1954: Oedipus Conflict and the Defense of the Ego. N. N. Chatterji. Pp. 125-132.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:128

Samiksa. VIII, 1954: Oedipus Conflict and the Defense of the Ego. N. N. Chatterji. Pp. 125-132.

Lewis J. Fielding

The author describes a case demonstrating the regressive defenses adopted against the Oedipal struggle. Presented with no history (except for the fact that the patient was a lawyer), with almost no clinical description, with no information about the circumstances of the patient, and with little consideration of the ego aside from its chaotic defenses, it is a seemingly isolated analysis of the id. The patient was apparently a paranoid schizophrenic; the associations are reminiscent of the Schreber case.

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Fielding, L.J. (1956). Samiksa. VIII, 1954. Psychoanal. Q., 25:128

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