By Sigmund Freud, Ernst Falzeder, Karl Abraham, Caroline Schwarzacher, Christine Trollope, Klara Majthenji King, Andrew Haynal
Author note: Karl Abraham (Editor), Ernst Falzeder (Transcribed, Edited & Introduction), Caroline Schwarzacher (Translated by), Christine Trollope (With), Klara Majthenji King (With), Andrew Haynal (Introduction)
Karl Abraham was once a tremendous and influential early member of Freud's internal circle of relied on colleagues. As such, he performed an important half within the institution of psychoanalysis as a acknowledged and revered self-discipline.
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In his article, Abraham stated “that in a great number of cases the trauma was desired by the child unconsciously, and that we have to recognize it as a form of infantile sexual activity” (1907: p. 48), but that “[i]nfantile sexual traumas play no ætiological rôle in hysteria and dementia præcox…. : p. 62). 5. The following ideas had been discussed by Freud at length (1950c : pp. 352–359; 1896b: p. 167; 1896c: p. 212; cf. E. 1: p. E. 3: p. 167). 6. James Strachey's translation of Nachträglichkeit as “deferred action” in the Standard Edition has been the subject of recent criticism.
48), but that “[i]nfantile sexual traumas play no ætiological rôle in hysteria and dementia præcox…. : p. 62). 5. The following ideas had been discussed by Freud at length (1950c : pp. 352–359; 1896b: p. 167; 1896c: p. 212; cf. E. 1: p. E. 3: p. 167). 6. James Strachey's translation of Nachträglichkeit as “deferred action” in the Standard Edition has been the subject of recent criticism. We take over the term used by Peter Hoffer in his translation of the Freud/Ferenczi letters. ] 3F Hôtel du Lac Lavarone (South Tyrol) Lavarone1 26 July 1907 My dear Colleague, Your letter2 is the first of scientific content that has followed me here into the holidays.
In this, he precedes Freud, as hardly any others of his followers had done. Freud's “Mourning and Melancholia” (1917e ) takes up Abraham's main concerns, and Abraham, in turn, refers to Freud's work in his studies of the years 1922, 1923, and 1924. If depression is linked to the loss of an object, obsession tries to avoid loss by anal control. In his work of 1917, Freud took over Ferenczi's important concept of introjection (Ferenczi, 1909), whereas as late as 1924, Abraham still had reservations about using this concept for the explanation of melancholia.