Sexuality and Mind
The Role of the Father and Mother in the Psyche
This book examines the role of the Oedipus complex in the psyche and relates it to urgent issues of social life, historical and current. It discusses the theory of sexual phallic monism and its most important consequences, and some essential points of Freud's work on female sexuality.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Introduction -- Freud and Female Sexuality: The Consideration of Some Blind Spots in the Exploration of the “Dark Continent” -- The Femininity of the Analyst in Professional Practice -- Submissive Daughters: Hypotheses on Primary Passivity and its Effects on Thought Mechanisms -- On Transference Love in the Male: A “Special Case” -- The Archaic Matrix of the Oedipus Complex -- The Archaic Matrix of the Oedipus Complex in Utopia -- “The Green Theater”: An Attempt at Interpretation of Group Manifestations of Unconscious Guilt -- The Paradox of the Freudian Method: From the Abolishment of Otherness to the Universal Law