Raymond Cahn : subjectality and subjectivation

Starting with Freud’s originary distinction between subject of the ego and object of the ego, and thus between subjectal and objectal poles, subjectality is conceived of as the process that enables the emergence of a creative, autonomous self, shedding light, through their disturbances, on some essential aspects of the setting and of the counter-transference which determine the possibility or impossibility of genuine psychoanalytical work.