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(1977). Psyche. XXX, 1976: Drive as a Specifically Human Category. Alfred Lorenzer's Problematic Contribution to the Relationship between Interaction and Drive. Karola Brede. Pp. 473-502.. Psychoanal Q., 46:710-711.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche. XXX, 1976: Drive as a Specifically Human Category. Alfred Lorenzer's Problematic Contribution to the Relationship between Interaction and Drive. Karola Brede. Pp. 473-502.

(1977). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 46:710-711

Psyche. XXX, 1976: Drive as a Specifically Human Category. Alfred Lorenzer's Problematic Contribution to the Relationship between Interaction and Drive. Karola Brede. Pp. 473-502.

The author criticizes the interaction theory of deviant behavior (the so-called "labelling approach") as well as A. Lorenzer's conceptualization of neurotic behavior as "cliché determined." The interaction theory ignores the life-historically acquired secondary damages to the "deviant" subjects who are socially "labelled" and thus fixated, and it reduces social domination to direct social control. Lorenzer develops a dichotomy between symbol formation and symptom-formation

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at the expense of the unity of psychoanalytic theory. Neurotic behavior is a special case of symbolically mediated behavior, not its antipode. Freud's drive and id theories give a better account of the indissoluble compounding of society and "inner nature."

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Article Citation

(1977). Psyche. XXX, 1976. Psychoanal. Q., 46:710-711

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