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de Pichon Rivière, A.A. (1946). Rivière, Joan: Phallic Symbolism. (Simbolismo fálico.) “The International Journal of Psychoanalysis”, vol. 5, pág. 85, 1924.. Rev. psicoanál., 3(3):652.

(1946). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 3(3):652

Rivière, Joan: Phallic Symbolism. (Simbolismo fálico.) “The International Journal of Psychoanalysis”, vol. 5, pág. 85, 1924.

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A. A. de Pichon Rivière

La duplicación de un objeto en los sueños es conocida como representación de la idea opuesta: su ausencia, y ocurre particularmente con referencia a ideas de castración y símbolos de pene. Cita la autora una fantasía de una paciente obsesiva, fantasía que surge al contemplar durante su hora de análisis el dibujo de una cortina: “¿Ve usted esa cosa colgando como un pequeño sello en una cadena de reloj de hombre?, pensé que estaría atada al pene de su esposo y su pene estaría todo ensangrentado y dolorido y que sus labios estarían cubiertos de sangre.” La idea de un segundo objeto tendería a anular el primero además de expresar la fantasía inconsciente de castrar al hombre y embarazarse por morder su pene.

A. A. de Pichon Rivière.

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