ON THE UNIVERSAL TENDENCY TO DEBASEMENT IN THE SPHERE OF LOVE ( CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LOVE II )

@inproceedings{Freud2008ONTU,
  title={ON THE UNIVERSAL TENDENCY TO DEBASEMENT IN THE SPHERE OF LOVE ( CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LOVE II )},
  author={S. Freud},
  year={2008}
}
  • S. Freud
  • Published 2008
  • If the practising psycho-analyst asks himself on account of what disorder people most often come to him for help, he is bound to reply—disregarding the many forms of anxiety—that it is psychical impotence. This singular disturbance affects men of strongly libidinous natures, and manifests itself in a refusal by the executive organs of sexuality to carry out the sexual act, although before and after they may show themselves to be intact and capable of performing the act, and although a strong… CONTINUE READING
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