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Borgogno, F. Vigna-Taglianti, M. (2008). Il rovesciamento dei ruoli: un «riflesso» dell'eredità del passato piuttosto trascurato. Rivista Psicoanal., 54(3):591-603.

(2008). Rivista di Psicoanalisi, 54(3):591-603

Il rovesciamento dei ruoli: un «riflesso» dell'eredità del passato piuttosto trascurato Language Translation

Franco Borgogno e Massimo Vigna-Taglianti

You see me now, a veteran of a thousand psychic wars, I've been living on the edge so long where the winds of limbo roar. And I'm young enough to look at, and far too old to see; all the scars are on the inside and I'm not sure if there is anything left of me.

(Blue Oyster Cult, 1981)

Al centro delle nostre riflessioni vi è il fatto che il transfert—il luogo elettivo dove il passato ritorna e riprende nuovamente vita (Freud, 1912)—si manifesta nell'analisi in diverse forme, e non sempre a livello simbolico.

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