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Riolo, F. (1991). Theory as a Dimension of the Analytic Object. Rivista Psicoanal., 37(1):132-183.

(1991). Rivista di Psicoanalisi, 37(1):132-183

Theory as a Dimension of the Analytic Object Language Translation

Fernando Riolo

Some of us believe that Freud was, his whole life long, a confirmed determinist, who remained faithful to the model of the natural sciences in the context of which he created, developed and established psychoanalysis; others however feel justified in maintaining that Freud the “biologist” and experimentalist is an oversimplifying invention of the interpreters of his thought, when not of his translators, and that, although he operated in the context of positivist and Lamarckian epistemology, in making his

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