«far from being … ‘the enduring monument of man’s profound rebellion against reality and his stubborn persistence in the ways of immaturity’ [Loewald is quoting a 1948 article here], transference is the ‘dynamism’ by which the instinctual life of man, the id, becomes ego and by which reality becomes integrated and maturity is achieved. Without such transference—of the intensity of the unconscious, of the infantile ways of experiencing life that have no language and little organization, but the indestructibility and power of the origins of life—to the preconscious and to present-day life and contemporary objects—without such transference, or to the extent to
which such transference miscarries, human life become sterile and an empty shell»

(Nancy Chodorow)

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