Leyendo algunas partes del libro Are universes thicker than blackberries?, de Martin Gardner, leo una insensatez clásica de los psicoanalistas que me hizo reír, quizás para no llorar :
A typical bit of Freudian nonsense in Bettelheim's Empty Fortress was how he explained a child's obsession wit hweather. The child broked down the word weather, unconsciouly of course, in to 'we/eat/her'. It's hard to believe, but Bettelheim actually wrote: "Convinced that her mother (and later all of us) intended to devour her, she felt it imperative to pay minutest attention to this 'we/eat/her.'"1
- 1. En el capitulo The Brutality of Dr. Bettelheim pp.210 aprox.