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" ... the character of the ego is a precipitate of abandoned object-cathexes and that it contains the history of those object-choices. "
Gender in Psychoanalytic Space: Between Clinic and Culture - Page 4
by Muriel Dimen, Virginia Goldner - 2002 - 368 pages
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Freud and Philosophy: An Essay on Interpretation

Paul Ricoeur, Denis Savage - Psychology - 1977 - 573 pages
...Freud will try to sketch a more complete diagram which will include the superego. frequent one, and it makes it possible to suppose that the character of the ego is a precipitate [Niederschlag] of abandoned objectcathexes and that it contains the history of those object-choices.82...
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Freud on Schreber: Psychoanalytic Theory and the Critical Act

C. Barry Chabot - Psychology - 1982 - 171 pages
...At any rate the process, especially in the early phases of development, is a very frequent one, and it makes it possible to suppose that the character...that it contains the history of those object-choices" (SE, 1929, my emphasis). This passage bears obvious importance for the entire argument of this chapter....
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Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory

Jay Greenberg, Stephen A. Mitchell - Psychology - 1983 - 437 pages
...seen as inevitable and crucial to the development of mature psychic structure. Now, as Freud puts it, "the character of the ego is a precipitate of abandoned object-cathexes and ... it contains the history of those objectchoices" (1923a, p. 29). By far the most important object...
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Severe Personality Disorders: Psychotherapeutic Strategies

Otto F. Kernberg - Psychology - 1993 - 381 pages
...At any rate the process, especially in the early phases of development, is a very frequent one, and it makes it possible to suppose that the character...that it contains the history of those object-choices. This is in consonance with Freud's (1914) paper "On Narcissism" and with his understanding of the superego...
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Against the State of Nuclear Terror

Joel Kovel - Political Science - 1984 - 250 pages
...Easton, LD, and Guddat, K., Garden City, Doubleday Anchor, 1967, p. 402. 6. Freud's way of putting it was that the "character of the ego is a precipitate of..."it contains the history of those object-choices," The Ego and the Id, op. cit., vol. XIX, p. 29. Chapter Eight— Goals of Antinuclear Politics 1. Myrdal,...
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The Freudian Body: Psychoanalysis and Art

Leo Bersani - Psychology - 1986 - 126 pages
...contribution towards building up what is called its 'character'." Indeed, on the next page Freud suggests that "the character of the ego is a precipitate of...that it contains the history of those object-choices" (19:28-29). What is the function of these internal izations? In "Mourning and Melancholia" and in the...
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The Ability to Mourn: Disillusionment and the Social Origins of Psychoanalysis

Peter Homans - Psychology - 1989 - 390 pages
...understood along the lines of his later ego-psychological model found in The Ego and the Id (1923): "The character of the ego is a precipitate of abandoned object-cathexes and ... it contains the history of these object-choices" (p. 29), and the superego is "a memorial of the...
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Around Proust

Richard E. Goodkin - Literary Criticism - 1991 - 192 pages
...At any rate the process, especially in the early phases of development, is a very frequent one, and it makes it possible to suppose that the character...that it contains the history of those object-choices. ("The Ego and the Id," 19.29) Freud here recognizes that even for a nonmelancholic, the giving up of...
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Gender, Theory, and the Canon

James A. Winders - Social Science - 1991 - 195 pages
...all unconscious characteristics have social origins. 25 Elsewhere, in The Ego and the Id Freud wrote that "the character of the ego is a precipitate of abandoned object-cathexes and ... it contains the history of those objectcathexes." 26 Does this present us with a contradiction...
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Freud on Women: A Reader

Sigmund Freud, Elisabeth Young-Bruehl - Psychology - 1992 - 399 pages
...At any rate the process, especially in the early phases of development, is a very frequent one, and it makes it possible to suppose that the character...that it contains the history of those object-choices. It must, of course, be admitted from the outset that there are varying degrees of capacity for resistance,...
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