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Fantasy and Symbol: Studies in Anthropological by R. H., ED. HOOK

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By R. H., ED. HOOK

Edited compilation papers, a festshcrift for anthropologist George Devereaux.

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Hus, data of this type indica te clearly that the testicles, the least ostensibly male part of the male organ, occupy in mythical representations from several regions of the \\rorld an ambiguous position bet\\'·een oppos~te categories. These findings bring one back to Greece and to thc controvcrsies, \vhich have been going on since antiquity, over the food prohibitions of the Pythagoreans. Diogenes Laertius (\'111, 34) records that . '\ristotle took into account, as one explanation among several others, the similaritv bet\\l·een beans and testicles.

There is no "vay at present that an analvst can simultaneouslv record his o\\'·n countertransference behaviour and the audible responses of the analysand~ even if tape is used, without disturbing the primary therapeutic process. 1 would like to turn next to sorne problematic aspects of the use of products like drawings, modellings and scenes. lnese methods can be used to give access to pregenital behaviour~ as is done in the use of toys in child analysis, and they can be used to provide material \\'·hich can be analysed subsequently by other scientists (Erikson, 1955) .

Also, though l was able to set in motion the machinery of my good upbringing, 1 could hear myself say "please'~ and "thank you" as if 1 were only a suitably programmed computer. At least t\\'enty-four hours elapsed befare 1 could once more apprehend those 1 met as multidimensional persons and notas mere "partial objects'~. So far as 1 know, 1 did nothing silly during the first twenty-four hours, but 1 also know that every pcrson and thing 1 encountered during that period \\'as experienced as unidimensional and non-symbolic and that successive events \\'ere apprchended as discrete: not as sequential, not as components of a temporal pattern.

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