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House, J. Slotnick, J. (2015). Après-Coup In French Psychoanalysis: The Long Afterlife of Nachträglichkeit. The First Hundred Years, 1893 to 1993. Psychoanal. Rev., 102(5):683-708.
    

(2015). Psychoanalytic Review, 102(5):683-708

Après-Coup In French Psychoanalysis: The Long Afterlife of Nachträglichkeit. The First Hundred Years, 1893 to 1993

Jonathan House, M.D. and Julie Slotnick

Après-coup finds its origins in Freud's earliest psychoanalytic writings, but it was only half a century ago that French psychoanalysts rediscovered, clarified, and developed the concept and so brought it recognition as an essential Freudian concept. Because the history of après-coup is embedded in the French reading of Freud, this article will give an account of that reading in relation to après-coup.

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