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Schalin, L.F. (1979). Aspects on the Personality of the “illa faciet”-Daughter.. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 2(1):49-66.

(1979). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 2(1):49-66

Aspects on the Personality of the “illa faciet”-Daughter.

Lars-Johan F. Schalin, Phil. Mag.

I Definition and historical survey.

History relates, that when the king of Sweden, Charles IX, in his old age saw that the task in his life would be left unfinished, he had pointed to his son, the future king Gustavus II Adolphus and expressed those famous words: “Ille faciet”, or “May he do it”. This sentence has usually been connected with a son, the one who is bound to fulfil his father's wishes. Often this involves continuing the father's vocation, promoting his career in a scientific, commercial or industrial or e.g. agricultural field. Old academic traditions, families with clergymen in several generations, hereditary domains, artisan families in which the art passes over from father to son, are all very common phenomena even in our country, as are also old stores which have been owned by the same family through many generations.


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