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« La personne propre de l'enfant auteur du fantasme ne reparaît plus dans le fantasme de fustigation. Pressées de questions les patientes répondent seulement: vraisemblablement, je regarde. »
Freud, S., Un enfant est battu, (1919), Névrose, psychose et perversion, PUF, 2002, p. 225.

"The figure of the child who is producing the beating-phantasy no longer itself appears in it. In reply to pressing enquiries the patients only declare: I am probably looking on."
Freud S., A Child is Being Beaten, A Contribution to the Study of the Origin of Sexual Perversions (1919), SE, Vol. XVII (1957), 185-186.

 Reduced to an Eye
 Virgínia Carvalho

"The fantasy tries to capture the gaze, like a framework to the drive. While neurosis imprisons jouissance, analysis can allow the traversal of the fantasy’s framework and “after the mapping of the subject in relation to the object a, the experience of the fundamental fantasy becomes the drive.”

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The New Mirror
Donika Borimechkova

"In the young subject's early childhood, in the mirror stage, the Other recognized it by seeing it in the mirror. The Other marked it as a whole and named it. The new digital mirror does not always respond with acceptance. Sometimes through it, others retaliate with ridicule and bullying. The mirror has become crooked."

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 Vers la Störung
 Paulina Tanterl

« Quelle est la fonction de cette perturbation [Störung] ? Pour Freud, cette mauvaise humeur perturbe la vue de l’Acropole et, en tout cas, c’est précisément cette mauvaise humeur qui reste dans la mémoire de Freud. […] Il y a quelque chose dans l’Acropole qui regarde Freud. »

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