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Can we please determine once and for all whether it's "Fleiss" or "Fliess"? And post the proof here so that we don't have more changes? -- Antaeus Feldspar 00:27, 20 July 2005 (UTC)
(what about the birth certificate)
As far as I remember somewhere here I've read that according to Robert Fliess's writings the ambulatory psychotic has been his mother Ida, states Esterson. (do I remember right?)
No, it has been here: . Quote:"Oddly enough (and in contrast to Masson's central theme) Fliess's analyses revealed 'the inhuman, psychotic parent who in analysis emerges with such tragic frequency from repression most often [is] the patient's mother' (ibid.: 222, emphasis added)."
Esterson says that according to Robert Fliess "most often" the psychotic parent has been the patient's mother; obviously he has not mentioned his own mother.