Maurice Corcos: sensoriality = sparse fragments – living pieces. clinical experience, overview of the literature

This article deals with the importance of sensoriality in the construction of the subject in adolescence as a reprise of a sensoriality of early childhood, and its overlap with the pubertary metamorphosis of the experience of orgasm. It also explores the impact that this event has on the subject’s relation with the external world and its internal objects in terms of creation, between absence and presence of the object.

Adolescence, 2014, 32, 4, 857-864.