libidinal development

libidinal development

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Ernest Jones traced the creation fantasy of "inseminating" the ear with the spirit of the father to the anal phase of libidinal development.
Indeed one can read Lawrence's Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious and Fantasia of The Unconscious (1923), which he described as his essays on "Child Consciousness" (145,157), as his explicit challenge to Freudian theories of libidinal development.
The "narcissistic" pleasure of the drives, experienced without need for external referents in the object-world of "reality," suffers repudiation, in the normative trajectory that Freud's analysis of libidinal development traces, as the object-loving attitude prepares the way for the cathexis of the phallus as the cynosure of form and the bodily analogue to the ego.