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(1989). Erratum. Psychoanal Q., 58:184.

(1989). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 58:184


Dr. Ernst Federn has informed us that there were two errors in wording in the previously unpublished minutes of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society, edited and translated by Dr. Louis Rose, which appeared in Vol. LVII, No. 2 (1988), of the Quarterly. The errors resulted from misreadings in the transcription from the original handwritten minutes. On page 151, the sentence beginning on line 15 was printed as follows: "A few examples suffice to remind us of the facts: clothes play a special role, hair, underclothing, ultimately anything possible, can become a fetish, even those things whose connection with the person is not very obvious." The sentence should have read: "… whose connection with the person is not any longer obvious." On page 164, a sentence beginning 6 lines from the bottom, was printed as follows: "In any case, the discrimination of the sense of smell of all these people is important." The word "investigation" should be substituted for the word "discrimination."

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