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Delfstra, G. (1998). Symbolen en clichés: de revisie van de psychoanalytische symboolleer door Alfred Lorenzer. Tijdschr. Psychoanal., 4(4):216-229.

(1998). Tijdschrift voor Psychoanalyse, 4(4):216-229

Symbolen en clichés: de revisie van de psychoanalytische symboolleer door Alfred Lorenzer1

Gerrit Delfstra

Tegenover wat gangbaar is in de psychoanalyse, stelt Lorenzer voor om het woord ‘symbool’ te reserveren voor bewuste psychische representanten. Clichés zijn representanten die hun symbolische functie hebben verloren. Ze wijzen dus indirect op verdrongen inhouden. De psychoanalyticus richt zich op de communicatie: de plaats waar symbolen en clichés zichtbaar zijn.

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