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Brusset, B. (2020). « La névrose obsessionnelle : sa distinction analytique et nosographique de la phobie et de l'hystérie (à propos de l'analyse comparée d'une obsédée et d'une hystéro-phobique) », de Charles Odier. Rev. fr. psychanal., 84(5):1135-1150.

(2020). Revue française de psychanalyse, 84(5):1135-1150

« La névrose obsessionnelle : sa distinction analytique et nosographique de la phobie et de l'hystérie (à propos de l'analyse comparée d'une obsédée et d'une hystéro-phobique) », de Charles Odier

(“Obsessional Neurosis: Its Analytic and Nosographical Distinction from Phobia and Hysteria (in Connection with the Comparative Analysis of an Obsessional Patient and a Hystero-Phobic Patient)” by Charles Odier - Extracts Selected and Commented on by Bernard Brusset: Orality without Mother)

Bernard Brusset

Based on two clinical cases in analysis, Charles Odier's report establishes the distinction between the hysterical and obsessional neuroses on the existence of pregenital regression and drive defusion. It was also, in 1927, a powerful illustration of “phallic monism” of female sexuality in which neurosis is the direct opposite of perversion, if not of psychosis. The reference to oral sadism makes the absence of any reference to the mother as the primary object all the more remarkable.

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