By Laurent Gaulet
Un nouveau titre de Laurent Gaulet dans l. a. assortment Petit livre… spécial mauvais esprit ! one hundred fifty idées pour faire tourner en bourrique anonymes ou amis. Glisser un string dans le caddie d’une petite mamie juste avant qu’elle ne passe à l. a. caisse, se garer en biais sur trois areas sur le parking d’Auchan un samedi après-midi, tenir une dialog très intime dans le métro à l’heure de pointe… Un Petit livre essentiel pour sourire à ces idées sournoises ou s’en inspirer en cas de coup dur !
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We can know this only a posteriori. Pragier and Faure-Pragier take the precaution of saying that the comparisons they make should be looked on as metaphors, thereby placing them on an unequivocally linguistic plane; in my view, this would tend to limit the value of their comparisons. I think that they correspond more to “analogical models”; if we want them to account for the fact that the workings of the mind are based on biophysiological functions, we need only include the idea of anaclisis introduced by Freud (1905d:181–182) in 1905 (J-M.
Some years later, Freud would synthesize the various strands of thought already contained in his exchange of letters with Fliess and publish Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality (1905d). Freud’s self-analysis and his discovery of the Oedipus complex Shortly after his father’s death in 1896, Freud embarked upon his own psychoanalysis, in a period that ran approximately from 1896 to 1899. His “self-analysis” – as he called it in his letters to Fliess – was based for the most part on the analysis of his own dreams; thanks to these, he was able to realize not only the part which dreams play in mental life but also the importance that sexuality had had in his own childhood: later (between two and two and a half years) my libido toward matrem was awakened, namely, on the occasion of a journey with her from Leipzig to Vienna, during which we must have spent the night together and there must have been an opportunity of seeing her nudam.
I placed my hand on the patient’s forehead or took her head between my hands and said: “You will think of it under the pressure of my hand. At the moment at which I relax my pressure you will see something in front of you or something will come into your head. Catch hold of it. It will be what we are looking for . . : 110) That treatment conﬁrmed Freud’s hypothesis that it is the reminiscence of an incident – though forgotten, it has been accurately stored in memory – which lies at the origin of the pathogenic eﬀect of hysterical symptoms.
150 idées pour emmerder le monde by Laurent Gaulet