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    Partecipante Assiduo L'avatar di Popino79
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    Qualcuno ha suggerimenti bibliografici interessanti, materiale da sottopormi?
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    Kahlil Gibran

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    Postatore OGM L'avatar di willy61
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    Poca roba.

    Ma ti posto quel che ho...

    Is a gay Oedipus a Trojan horse? Commentary on Lewes's 'A special Oedipal mechanism in the development of male homosexuality.'
    Schwartz, David; Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol 16(1), Win 1999. pp. 88-93. [Comment/Reply] Abstract: K. Lewes's (see record 1998-10061-002) article is seen as an effort to locate the psychopathology and desiring patterns of some gay men in a variant of the Oedipus complex. This commentary questions the value of the Oedipus complex as a theoretical tool in the psychoanalytic formulation of male same-sex eroticism both on clinical and political grounds. It argues that the embedded primary of evaluation and reproduction in the theory of the Oedipal complex inevitably devalues same-sex desire. Equally, it argues that the Oedipus complex's tendency to reinforce gender norms and stereotypes is especially distorting when applied to sample-sex desiring men, in that it may contribute to the analyst's clinical neglect of the role of gender conflict in pathogenesis. The author tries to show this through some examination of K. Lewes's (1998) clinical examples. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)


    A special oedipal mechanism in the development of male homosexuality.
    Lewes, Kenneth; Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol 15(3), Sum 1998. pp. 341-359. [Journal Article] Abstract: A special oedipal mechanism in the development of homosexuality in high functioning neurotic men--the plicate Oedipus complex--is described, in which the father serves simultaneously as both the object and the prohibitor of erotic excitement in the oedipal-age boy. This mechanism, it is argued, replaces the more widely recognized negative and positive oedipal mechanisms and functions correspondingly in superego formation and general psychosexual development. The consequences of the plicate Oedipus complex for the homosexual male are described in terms of later sexual behavior, interpersonal relations, superego functioning, and transference paradigms. Guidelines for psychoanalytic therapy with homosexual men are suggested. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)


    OEDIPUS IN GETHSEMANE: Archetypal aspects of homosexuality.
    By: Frey-Wehrlin, C. T.. Journal of Analytical Psychology, Apr92, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p173-185, 13p; Abstract: Investigates the archetypal aspects of homosexuality. Element of homoerotic fascination in mother-son incest and murderous father-son relationship; Genealogical events in depth psychology; Establishment of a rule by power and an obstruction of life. (AN 10754128)


    An Empirical Test of Two Freudian Hypotheses concerning Castration Anxiety.
    By: Schwartz, Bernard J.. Journal of Personality, Mar56, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p318, 10p; Abstract: In this article, two studies are summarized, that employ a previously developed experimentally validated measure of castration anxiety to test derivations from psychoanalytic theory. The first study compares homosexual males and normal males in a search for differences in castration anxiety. The second study makes the same comparison for normal men and women. S. Freud, in one of his earliest papers, suggests that castration anxiety, because of its role in the resolution of the Oedipus complex, is of crucial importance to subsequent object choice. Later papers repeat this statement without essential castration anxiety inhibits the boy's object choice and, if reinforced by organic factors, may result in exclusive homosexuality. The weight of psychoanalytic theory suggests castration anxiety is of differential importance in the personalities of normal men and women, Freud, speaking of castration anxiety in the female, states "She accepts castration as an established fact, an operation already performed. The castration dread thus being excluded in her case." DOI: 10.1111/1467-6494.ep8932892 (AN 8932892)



    The Relevance of History to the Psychoanalytic Controversy over Homosexuality.
    By: Bergmann, Martin S.. Annual of Psychoanalysis, 2002, Vol. 30, p37, 5p; Abstract: Analyzes several books which provide a psychoanalytic discussion over homosexuality and sexual orientation. Book which discusses a classical psychoanalytical position on homosexuality; Book which discusses the concept of postambivalent genital love; Book which deals with the theoretical separation between preoedipal and oedipal homosexualities. (AN 8554873)


    Recreating mother: The consolidation of 'heterosexual' gender identification in the young son of homosexual men.
    Eisold, Barbara K.; American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, Vol 68(3), Jul 1998. pp. 433-442. [Journal Article] Abstract: In psychotherapy, the son (aged 4.5 yrs) of 2 gay fathers began immediately to contend with the unmourned loss of "Mommy," his 1st babysitter, precipitously fired when he was aged 2.5 yrs; he then created his own mother figure with whom to take up the task of becoming a boy/man with a woman as his primary love object. Several factors, including internal "working models," are described as having determined this stance preoedipally. Oedipal dynamics are also discussed, and questions raised about when father pairs should disclose to the child the nature of their commitment. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)

    A special oedipal mechanism in the development of male homosexuality.
    Lewes, Kenneth; Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol 15(3), Sum 1998. pp. 341-359. [Journal Article] Abstract: A special oedipal mechanism in the development of homosexuality in high functioning neurotic men--the plicate Oedipus complex--is described, in which the father serves simultaneously as both the object and the prohibitor of erotic excitement in the oedipal-age boy. This mechanism, it is argued, replaces the more widely recognized negative and positive oedipal mechanisms and functions correspondingly in superego formation and general psychosexual development. The consequences of the plicate Oedipus complex for the homosexual male are described in terms of later sexual behavior, interpersonal relations, superego functioning, and transference paradigms. Guidelines for psychoanalytic therapy with homosexual men are suggested. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)

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    Guglielmo
    Dott. Guglielmo Rottigni
    Ordine Psicologi Lombardia n° 10126

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    Grazie mille Guglielmo! due di questi articoli che mi hai indicato mi erano proprio sfuggiti! Grazie ancora e buona vita anche a te


    Amatevi, ma non tramutate l'amore in un legame. Lasciate piuttosto che sia un mare in movimento tra le sponde opposte delle vostre anime. Colmate a vicenda le vostre coppe, ma non bevete da una sola coppa, scambiatevi il pane, ma non mangiate da un solo pane. Cantate e danzate insieme e insieme siate felici, ma permettete a ciascuno di voi d'essere solo
    Kahlil Gibran

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    J. Lacan, Il Seminario, Libro V, Le formazioni dell'inconscio.

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