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Brennan, B.W. (2011). On Ferenczi: A Response — from Elasticity to the Confusion of Tongues and the Technical Dimensions of Ferenczi's Approach. Psychoanal. Perspect., 8(1):1-21.

(2011). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 8(1):1-21

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On Ferenczi: A Response — from Elasticity to the Confusion of Tongues and the Technical Dimensions of Ferenczi's Approach

B. William Brennan, THM, M.A., LHMC

“There is a murmur, a ventriloquy, rising from the tomb in which he or she or someone else, either a contemporary or an ancestor, was buried alive, sequestered, with their desires cut out, deprived of both life and death; and above all, something has been left unsettled … The absent spirits arrive not so much through invocation as through a convoking summons. For them to rap, for them to want to rap, the spirits need to understand that their absence has always been a presence in the form of unrecognized knowledge, a nescience.”

—Mária Török, “Theoretra: An Alternative to Theory.”

The Ferenczi Issue

When the Ferenczi issue of Psychoanalytic Perspectives arrived, I was, in a word, enthralled.

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