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In response to his desire to “analyze” her, which she rightly reads as an invasive desire to Know her, to tame, manipulate, domesticate, and seduce her, Marnie’s “You Freud, me Jane” pointedly elaborates the selfinflated presumptuousness behind Mark’s efforts at armchair (actually, in the context of the scene, bedside) analysis. Marnie’s citation is poignant and precise. Just as Jane’s “radical” move (in the context of 1930s Hollywood cinema) is to identify herself as the site of language, culture, and agency (you [Tarzan] is the object of the statement, me [Jane] is the subject, a subject who is, moreover, the bearer of language/culture into which “you” [Tarzan] is initiated.
A concept from one concept class may but need not include concepts from another class. a. , Freud’s discussion of the dissolution of the Oedipus complex in boys is a developmental story told — sometimes — in economic/energetic terms: narcissistic investment in penis overwhelms object-love for mother), but certainly need not. 3. Phenomena may be cast by the same author in terms of one sort of concept and then in terms of another. a. In New Introductory Lectures, Freud stipulates that trauma is an “essentially ‘economic’ concept’” but hardly ever talks this way elsewhere.
This is still very much a contemporary concern, indeed it is at the core of Wallerstein’s efforts to disclose the “common ground” of psychoanalysis and shore up its validity. Cf. Wallerstein 1975, 1992, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2004. 34 Chapter 1 35. This account of the significance of the debate about the scientific standing of psychoanalysis may be something of an idealization. Perhaps the debate was really more about the cultural clout of psychoanalysis, or simply that of those professing adherence to psychoanalysis, or about science’s monopoly on cultural authority, than anything else.