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Jokl, R.H. (1929). Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 10:550-553.

(1929). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 10:550-553

Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society

R. H. Jokl

Fourth Quarter, 1928

October 10, 1928. Dr. Wilhelm Reich: What will be the result of bringing children up in a state of nudity?

October 24, 1928.

1. Dr. Sterba: An ambiguous phrase in every-day language.

When we speak of jealous impulses there is a certain verbal difficulty which may give rise to misunderstanding in the ambiguity of the phrase 'to be jealous of a person', for in common parlance it may be used either of the affect felt in relation to the loved person or to that felt for the rival in affection. The ambiguity in this expression reflects an ambiguity in the psychological situation, due to the bisexual disposition in everyone which causes homosexual components to enter into the relation of rivalry: thus the experience of jealousy, at least in its beginnings, is of a bisexual character.

2. H. D. Lasswell (guest of the Society): Can we distinguish different types amongst politicians and is their taking up politics conditioned by certain definite factors in themselves?

3. Dr. Hitschmann: Review of Lou Andreas-Salomé's memoir of the poet Rainer Maria Rilke.

This book, written with great delicacy and feeling, is compiled from the memoirs and letters of a thirty-years' friendship between the writer and the poet. It affords the psycho-analyst an instructive picture of the mental personality, particularly the feminine-masochistic side of the poet's mentality.

4. Dr. Federn: An every-day obsession: the 'paving-stone ceremonial'.

November 7, 1928.

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