cit; Klein, 'A Contribution to the Psychogenesis
of Manic-Depressive States', op.
The Language-Conscience Correlation in the Light of Psychogenesis
: The Acquisistion of Language in Jean Piaget
Here Elias presents his theory of society as a complementarity between the processes of psychogenesis
Klein M, 'A contribution to the psychogenesis
of manic-depressive states', The Writings of Melanie Klein, Vol 1, London: Hogarth Press, 1935
The evolution towards monotheism, towards the conception of a single, abstract God combining as a father figure both loving and punishing aspects, can also be understood in terms of psychogenesis
, as "the development from a limited perception of the partial object towards the ability to perceive the entire object." Here, there is no longer the need to dissociate the aggressive-destructive aspects and project them externally (paranoid-schizoid position).
"A Contribution to the Psychogenesis
of Manic-Depressive States." The Selected Melanie Klein.
The post-concussional syndrome: Physiogenesis, psychogenesis
(47) For a discussion on the pairing of the 'good' and 'bad' mother, see Melanie Klein, 'A Contribution to the Psychogenesis
of Manic-Depressive States,' in Juliet Mitchell (ed.), The Selected Melanie Klein, London: Penguin Books, 1991, 115-145.
Our motives, however inappropriate and ill-advised they may be and however little understood in terms of their psychogenesis
, nevertheless do not constrain our will externally from without our self, but are the very core of its expression.
Freud offers a reply to this question when he cites the case of the lesbian girl who substituted her father with her elder brother (FREUD, 1955, "The Psychogenesis
of a Case of Homosexuality in a Woman", p.
Due to his popularity, Dr House is very suited for communicating the psychogenesis
of symptoms to lay people, but they must also see more tangible situations such as is the case with neurotic detective Monk.
of knowledge and is epistemological significance.