E X I T ⋅ I M A G O


„(a) ‚imago‘ refers to an unconscious image; (b) ‚imago‘ usually refers to a person or part of a person, the earliest objects, whilst ‚image‘ may be of any object or situation, human or otherwise; and (c) ‚imago‘ includes all the somatic and emotional elements in the subject’s relation to the imaged person, the bodily links in unconscious phantasy with the id, the phantasy of incorporation which underlies the process of introjection; whereas in the ‚image‘ the somatic and much of the emotional elements are largely repressed“

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