• Freud ante la Esfinge: Profecías autocumplidas, interpretaciones autointerpretables

    Author(s):
    José Angel GARCÍA LANDA (see profile)
    Date:
    2011
    Group(s):
    Anthropology, Literary theory, Philosophy
    Subject(s):
    Psychoanalysis, Mythology, Greek, Psychoanalysis and literature
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    Sigmund Freud, interpretation, Oedipus complex, Greek mythology, Literary criticism, Psychoanalytic criticism
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/dbv3-h482
    Abstract:
    Spanish abstract: La teoría y la práctica del complejo de Edipo, y otros episodios relativos a la vida de Freud y a su relación con la figura de la esfinge, suponen un curioso caso de enigma irónico o de profecía autocumplida, que por otra parte ya está anticipado en el mito clásico de Edipo o es invitado irresistiblemente por él. Un retropost de 2011. ________________________________________________________________________________________ English abstract: The and practice of the Oedipus complex, and other episodes relative to Freud's life and his relation with the figure of the Sphinx, amount to a curious case of ironic enigma or self-fulfilling prophecy, one which moreover is already anticipated in the classical myth of Oedipus, or appears to be irresistibly invited by it. A retropost from 2011.
    Notes:
    From a review of Nicholas Ray's 'Tragedy and Otherness'.
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