By Sandor Ferenczi
Ferenczi made awesome contributions to the idea and perform of psychoanalysis. This quantity, first released in 1926, brings jointly the fruit of ten year's paintings and research. fundamental clinical in orientation and anxious with process, it covers a variety of themes: Nosology, approach, Sexual concept, From the Nursery, goals, Symbolism, utilized Psycho-Analysis, clinical Jurisprudence and faith.
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In excuse I must at any rate mention that by far the greater number of men of my profession, amongst them men of the eminence of Kraepelin and Aschaffenburg, take up a similar standpoint even to-day in o position to Freud. T h e few, however, who neverthe ess did attempt later to solve the peculiar problems of the neuroses by means of Freud's laborious methods, became enthusiastic followers of the hitherto quite unnoticed movement. However tempting it would be, nevertheless I cannot undertake to recount the history of the development of Freud's line of thought, and to relate how Breuer and Freud discovered in the peculiarities, which might have been regarded simply as accidents, of a case of hysteria psychic manifestations of general validity destined to of inestimable im ortance in the future deveplay opment of a part normal and patho ogical psychology.
Nevertheless the transference can be dissolved by the tactful and understanding prosecution of the analysis-nay, may even be rendered of service to the analysis. Hysterical fits, convulsive attacks, and fainting fits occur, as the analyses show, when an external stimulus is so intimately associated with the repressed material that consciousness cannot escape from its reproduction in any other way than by handing itself over completely to the unconscious. If the mind, therefore, is powerfully affected at its hysterogenic points of contact the result may be loss of consciousness.
T o the doctor who permits himself to make genital examinations, but condemns psycho-analysis as indecent, following Freud we quote Goethe's saying: ' D u darfst es nicht vor keuschen Ohren nennen, was keusche Herzen nicht entbehren koennen ' ('Thou mayst not say in modest ears what modest hearts cannot forgo '). I could give examples ad libitum. A forty-year-old hysteric who periodically felt a bitter taste in her mouth remembered in the course of the analysis that she had felt the same bitter taste when she did not, as was her custom, give her mortally ill brother his quinine herself but let it be given by a nurse, in consequence of which the wafer disintegrated in his mouth and caused the sick man to have a very bitter taste.
Further Contributions to the Theory and Technique of Psychoanalysis by Sandor Ferenczi