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Jeanneau, A. (1999). La toute-puissance originelle de la passivité. Rev. fr. psychanal., 63(5):1607-1611.

(1999). Revue française de psychanalyse, 63(5):1607-1611

La toute-puissance originelle de la passivité

Augustin Jeanneau

Le narcissisme anaclitique des premiers temps n'est ni l'isolement ni l'impuissance, mais une toute-puissante passivité qui serait la raison suffisante de la plus active relation objectale, si les aléas traumatiques de l'histoire du sujet ne venaient en compliquer et en inverser le sens.

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