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Georgescu, M. (2015). Keep on Being Brother with the Devil Even after You You Have Crossed the Bridge: Radical Forms of Sibship in its Social Beginning. Rom. J. Psychoanal., 8(2):239-250.

(2015). Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 8(2):239-250

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Keep on Being Brother with the Devil Even after You You Have Crossed the Bridge: Radical Forms of Sibship in its Social Beginning

Matei Georgescu

Starting from the issue of the diabolical in psychoanalysis, evoking the mythological and folkloric themes, by means of a short illustration, through the relation between the Oedipus complex and fraternal relationships, using the theory of social beginning, we attempt to explore the archaic dimensions of sibship.

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