By Jean-Joseph Goux

This paintings argues that if the good judgment of the Oedipus fantasy have been subjected to research with the instruments of anthropology, comparative mythology and narratology, it will probably invalidate the method of the Oedipus advanced that Freud derived from his psychoanalytic event.

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