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In the analysis of the Dora case you receive the idea that interpretation shouldto stop, she can't be brought to the end by reason thata few years later would be called transference. Inexhaustibilityanalysis, confirmed by all further studies of the transfer,then it is alleged in connection with endless - and endlessly problematic -the nature of the relationship between patient and analyst relations, obviouslydetermining for psychoanalysis. This attitude opensthe space in which psychoanalysis can endlessly turn around, do notbeing able to complete ever. Nietzsche incompleteness of interpretation is also obvious. Philosophy init is not that other, as literature, but Philology is always unfinished,borderless unfolding further and further and are not able to becompletely locked. Why? Because ".."***" In Ecce Homo he showed how he was close to it"absolute knowledge", which....As well as in the autumn of 1888, in Turin. If you restore from the correspondence of Freud that he was constantly disturbedsince the discovery of psychoanalysis, we can ask the question: is itexperience something close to the experience of Nietzsche? Maybe what is referred to inthe point of interpretation, in this effort of interpretation to the point where shebecomes impossible, is something like the experience of madness. Experience, whichopposed to Nietzsche, and which it was drawn; experience which Freud himselffought all his life, not without fear. Maybe this experiencecreates the possibility of this movement of interpretation, in which sheinfinitely of priblijaetsa to its centre, and, burned, destroyed. This essential incompleteness of interpretation is connected, Iit seems that even with two fundamental principles. They, together with thosethe two principles I mentioned above, seemed to form postulatesmodern hermeneutics. First, if the interpretation nevermay fail, simply because there is no"interpreted".
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