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CORREA, Hevellyn Ciely da Silva. Feminine Considerations and Transference: From the Dora Case to the Non-All Phallic Case. Rev. Subj. [online]. 2021, vol.21, n.2, pp. 1-10. ISSN 2359-0769.  http://dx.doi.org/10.5020/23590777.rs.v21i2.e10248.

The relationship between transference and feminine in psychoanalysis arises from the discovery of transference, in which, in Dora's case, the presence of the feminine is not only because it is a woman but due to the stumbling blocks in the handling of the case, which caused Freud postulated transference precisely in what the method had failed, revealing the erotic dimension present in every treatment. This revelation is made not only by the content worked by Freud in this case but by the mystery of femininity, which placed itself to Dora and Freud himself. Dedicating itself to this first moment, in which the feminine appears in the transference bond, this article investigates the answers given, from Freud to Lacan, to the feminine that poses as a constant interrogation to the limits of the phallic signifier and, without departing from it, reveals a not-all phallic position that can contribute to the management of transference.

Palabras clave : ffemininity; feminine; transfer.

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