Talk:Disavowal

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The term 'disavowal' (Verleugnung) (déni) - often translated as 'denial' - denotes a mental act that consists in rejecting the reality of a perception on account of its potentially traumatic associations.

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References

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  • ——. (1918b [1914]). From the history of an infantile neurosis. SE, 17: 1-122.
  • ——. (1925j). Some psychical consequences of the anatomical distinction between the sexes. SE, 19: 241-258.
  • ——. (1927e). Fetishism. SE, 21: 147-157.
  • ——. (1936a). A disturbance of memory on the Acropolis. SE, 22: 239-248.
  • ——. (1940e [1938]). Splitting of the ego in the process of defence. SE, 23: 271-278.
  • Lacan, Jacques. (1956-1957). Le séminaire-livre IV, la relation d'objet. Paris: Le Seuil.
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