The schism between freud and jung over schreber: Its implications for method and doctrine

@article{Lothane1997TheSB,
  title={The schism between freud and jung over schreber: Its implications for method and doctrine},
  author={Z. Lothane},
  journal={International Forum of Psychoanalysis},
  year={1997},
  volume={6},
  pages={103-115}
}
  • Z. Lothane
  • Published 1997
  • Psychology
  • International Forum of Psychoanalysis
  • Abstract Lothane Z. The Schism between Freud and Jung over Schreber: Its Implications for Method and Doctrine. Int Forum Psychoanal 1997;6:103-115. Freud's interest in Schreber's famous Memoirswas not to examine Schreber, a life, in all its historicity, but to use the book as case material to illustrate a specific theory he had formulated in 1908: the causal connection between repressed homosexual libido and the paranoid syndrome. While of undoubted heuristic value, this causal connection has… CONTINUE READING
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