Hysteroid personality traits

If one were to draw up a schematic outline of the psychoanalytic theories of perversion, one could, I believe, roughly distinguish three groups of formulations. The first one, basically corresponding to Freud’s (1927, 1940a, 1940b) original conclusions about the subject, defines perversion as a permanent and obligatory deviation from the normal in the sexual aim and/or object required to achieve orgasm. In this theory, an infantile sexual component (or partial) drive (anal, oral, and so on) serves as a defense against an underlying neurotic conflict—namely, the unresolved Oedipus complex. This concept stressing the centrality of castration anxiety and the...

Hysteroid personality traits

hysteroid personality traits


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