This article focuses on an unusually exacerbated interplay of transference seduction in a teenage girl who is intensely sexually excited and who pursues unrequited loves following her father’s sudden death. The analyst’s response to this excitation and to the patient’s imperious demand for love will create a scenario wherein the seduction fantasy can be differentiating and organizing, alongside the fantasy of the father’s murder.
The author analyzes several articles and books devoted to the central role of the gaze in human relations for some time. He points out the principle teachings and regrets the lack of cooperation and exchange which characterize these, when they concern a particularly burning subject. This is doubtless due to the fact J. Lacan’s contributions about the distinction between the eye and the gaze are not sufficiently taken into account.
Revue semestrielle de psychanalyse, psychopathologie et sciences humaines, indexée AERES au listing PsycINFO publiée avec le concours du Centre National du Livre et de l’Université de Paris Diderot Paris 7