Sex in Psychoanalysis  

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Sex in Psychoanalysis[1] (1916) is a book by Sándor Ferenczi, translated by Ernest Jones.

Excerpt on sexual symbolism and psychoanalysis:

“The derisive remark was once made against psychoanalysis that the unconscious sees a penis in every convex object and a vagina or anus in every concave one. I find that this sentence well characterizes the facts.”

This quote was referenced in The Atman Project by Ken Wilber, In/different Spaces: Place and Memory in Visual Culture by Victor Burgin and Life Against Death: The Psychoanalytical Meaning of History by Norman Oliver Brown.

The book was part of the Rational Sex series[2], published by The Gorham Press edited by Richard G. Badger[3]which included:

  • SANE SEX LIFE AND SANE SEX LIVING, by H. W. Long, M.D.
  • BI-SEXUAL LOVE, by Dr. William Stekel
  • SEX AND DREAMS, by Dr. William Stekel
  • THE HOMO-SEXUAL NEUROSIS, by Dr. William Stekel
  • SEX AND THE SENSES, by James S. Van Teslaar, M.D.
  • THE LAWS OF SEX, by Edith H. Hooker
  • MOTHERHOOD, by H. W. Long, M.D.
  • CHILDREN BY CHANCE OR BY CHOICE, by William Hawley Smith
  • SEX IN PSYCHO-ANALYSIS, by S. Ferenczi, M.D.
  • HISTORY AND PRACTICE OF PSYCHANALYsis, by Paul Bjerre, M.D,
  • TEMPERAMENT AND SEX, by Walter Heaton
  • SEX AND SOCIETY, by W. I. Thomas




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