cathectic


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cathectic

 [kah-thek´tik]
pertaining to cathexis.

ca·thec·tic

(kă-thek'tik),
Pertaining to cathexis.

cathectic

See cathexis.

ca·thec·tic

(kă-thek'tik)
Pertaining to cathexis.
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Or my to argue that many Americans may even be subliminally attracted to the on going existence of a criminalized class as ready objects for anxious feeling that seek cathectic objects.
When, in turn, this anger proves incapable of restoring the subject to the earlier, wished-for state of things, the characteristic symptoms of clinical depression set in: feelings of helplessness, a tendency to reproach the self for its inadequacy, and, not least of all, the drawing away of cathectic energies from the ego, "emptying [it] until it is totally impoverished.
an un-nouned, non-dichotomous series of light-glyphs available for arrangements of cathectic exchanges which directly reflect each person's synapsing inner nervous system.