The Collected Papers of Otto Fenichel (First Series), Volume 1

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W. W. Norton & Company, Jan 17, 1987 - Literary Collections - 424 pages
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In the world of psychoanalysis, the late Otto Fenichel was pre-eminently distinguished for brilliant observation, tireless energy, and skill.

Otto Fenichel's highly significant essays explore many subjects that were only touched on in his books. Many of these discussions, present-day classics in their fields, are comprehensive monographs in themselves. Often so much is brought†to bear on the central topic from so many sources, and then related so clearly to the context, that these essays become works of reference for a much larger field. It is a contribution of the greatest value to preserve and make conveniently available so much that is intensely useful from the life work of this remarkable man.

  

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Contents

1 Two Brief Clinical Contributions
3
2 Fear of the Dead
5
3 Psychoanalysis and Metaphysics
8
4 From the Terminal Phase of an Analysis
27
5 An Infantile Preliminary Phase of Defiance by Lack of Affect
32
6 The Appearance in a Dream of a Lost Memory
34
7 Introjection and the Castration Complex
39
8 The Clinical Aspect of the Need for Punishment
71
20 The Psychology of Transvestitism
167
21 The Pregenital Antecedents of the Oedipus Complex
181
22 Specific Forms of the Oedipus Complex
204
23 Respiratory Introjection
221
24 Further Light upon the Preoedipal Phase in Girls
241
25 Analysis of a Substitution of Names Made Twenty Years Before
289
26 On the Psychology of Boredom
292
27 Defense against Anxiety Particularly by Libidinization
303

9 Concerning Unconscious Communication
93
10 Identification
97
11 The Economic Function of Screen Memories
113
12 Some Infantile Sexual Theories Not Hitherto Described
117
13 Examples of Dream Analysis
123
14 Organ Libidinization Accompanying the Defense against Drives
128
15 On Isolation
147
16 The Inner Injunction to Make a Mental Note
153
17 The Long Nose
155
18 The Dread of Being Eaten
158
19 Analysis of a Dream
160
28 Psychoanalytic Method
318
29 On Compulsive Doubt about News of Death
331
30 Concerning the Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique
332
31 A Contribution to the Psychology of Jealousy
349
32 A Critique of the Death Instinct
363
33 The Scoptophilic Instinct and Identification
373
34 The Black Cook
398
Index of Names
401
Index of Subjects
403
Back Cover
409
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