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Skelton, R. (1990). Generalization from Freud to Matte-Blanco. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 17:471-474.

(1990). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 17:471-474

Generalization from Freud to Matte-Blanco

Ross Skelton

SUMMARY

There is a logical principle implicit in Freud and explicit in Jones which allows the Ucs. to equate two objects if they are perceived as similar in some way. This sheds light on neurotic formations. Von Domarus and Arieti and most notably Matte-Blanco have extended this principle in explicating psychosis.

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