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Destruction as the Cause of Coming Into Being

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This publication anticipated by eight years Freud’s conception of the death instinct.
32 pages
Published 1994 by Journal of Analytical Psychology (first published 1912)
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Rand
Dec 26, 2015 Rand rated it really liked it
An interesting thesis, no doubt. There is certainly a grande raison for the expression la petite morte, after all. The argument is emphatic and persistent and likely enough to infuriate anyone who has never had a crush or had to skip a Psych 101 due to sex.

The entire article is short enough to be read in two, maybe three, sittings; check the general page on this site for url to a free pdf. Also of interest are the biographical details of Spieltrein: she had a thing with Jung and died in the Holo
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Nov 02, 2015 Adriana Scarpin rated it really liked it
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Tendo lido Além do Princípio do Prazer concomitantemente ao texto da Spielrein há de se notar o porque Freud era tão sedutor com as palavras, aqui Spielrein joga os dados para a teoria das pulsões, mas é Freud que a torna degustável.
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Sabina Naftulovna Spielrein (Russian: Сабина Нафтуловна Шпильрейн, also transliterated "Shpilrein" or "Shpilreyn") was a Russian physician and one of the first female psychoanalysts. She was in succession an analysand, then student, then colleague of Carl Gustav Jung, a man with whom she also had a romantic relationship. She also met, corresponded, and had a collegial relationship with Sigmund Fre ...more
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