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González, F. (2017). Iteration and Homologies of Difference: A Discussion of Veronica Csillag’s “Emmy Grant: Immigration as Repetition of Trauma and as Potential Space”. Psychoanal. Dial., 27(4):480-486.

(2017). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 27(4):480-486

Iteration and Homologies of Difference: A Discussion of Veronica Csillag’s “Emmy Grant: Immigration as Repetition of Trauma and as Potential Space”

Francisco J. González, M.D.

This discussion of Veronica Csillag’s paper “Emmy Grant: Immigration as Repetition of Trauma and as Potential Space” (this issue) emphasizes the importance of place (rather than the more common psychoanalytic category of space) and the iteration of psychic dynamisms. Playing on the difference between being a subject of one’s own history and being a subject of History, this paper highlights the importance of recognizing the homology of our differences in order to become freer agents, more able to recognize what we have inherited and what we can make of it through creativity.

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