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La France aux prises avec les nouvelles théories germaniques de l’inconscient : Yves Le Lay, critique méconnu de la réception de Freud et Jung dans l’entre-deux-guerres

Abstract : In spite of the role he played in introducing and disseminating S. Freud’s and C. G. Jung’s thought in France, Yves Le Lay has remained largely unknown. The first translator of an essay by Freud, then the faithful translator of C. G. Jung, this multi-faceted teacher from Brittany has been sorely neglected by the historians of psychoanalysis. The following essay aims at restoring Le Lay’s rightful place in psychoanalysis by showing that he was one of the most perceptive critics of the French reception of both psychoanalysts in the 1920s and 1930s.
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Florent Serina. La France aux prises avec les nouvelles théories germaniques de l’inconscient : Yves Le Lay, critique méconnu de la réception de Freud et Jung dans l’entre-deux-guerres. Textes & Contextes, Université de Bourgogne, Centre Interlangues TIL, 2016, VARIA Parler de Freud et de Jung aux XXe et XXIe siècles, http://preo.u-bourgogne.fr/textesetcontextes/index.php?id=964. ⟨halshs-01886502⟩

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