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Sigmund Freud's essay dedicated to the analysis of the novel by German writer Wilhelm Jensen's "Gradiva" (1903). Here the analyst not only investigates the structure of delirium (considered psychotic symptoms) and compares it with the logic of dreams, but also criticizes the psychiatric explanation of fetishism and related clinical technique: psychiatrist, apparently, will carry nonsense Norbert Hanolda to a large group of paranoia and identify it, say as 'fetishistic erotomania' because he most rushed to the eye in a stone image of love and because of his interest in simplifying the interpretation of the young archaeologist to the legs and feet of women setting should suspiciously like "fetishism." However, all these names the classification of different types of delirium are in its content something dubious and fruitless and give their own interpretation of fetishism (first expressed in "Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality", 1905) and finalized in the "fetishism" (1927). Here Freud writes: Since the time of Binet we really try to make an erotic fetishism to the impressions of childhood. Status long aversion to women stems from an individual capacity or as we usually say, because of the predisposition to the formation of delusions. The development of a mental disorder begins with the moment when the accidentally awakens the impression of a forgotten and at least sometimes erotically tinged childhood experience.
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This book, "Psihologiya mass i analiz chelovecheskogo 'YA'", by Z. Frejd, is a replication of a book originally published before 1926. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original ...