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Zeit bringt Rosen, ``time brings roses'', in the words of the German saying, which is more optimistic than the Italian version ± ``If they are roses, they will bloom'' (``se son rose ®oriranno'') ± or the English ``We'll have to wait and see''. Lying hidden behind the theoretical oppositions is probably a defect in theory ± the extremely ambitious theory of psychoanalysis. Its aim is to address the themes of love and human destructiveness, or rather, the terrible disturbances which love and destructiveness can cause.
21 This latter type, borrowing terminology introduced by Klein, is persecutory guilt. This has its origins in Chapter 2 29 the ®rst moments of life, its effect is very long-lasting and continues to haunt the individual even when he is grown up; as does the other guilt, which takes its name from the depressive position. 22 Let us think back to some of the main features of the two types of guilt. Among the indicators which signal the presence of persecutory guilt we can cite self-reproach, to which we can add ``stray'' reproaches, so to speak, uttered by the various characters we encounter in dreams or in the episodes of everyday life that are narrated in analytic sessions.
Seen from this angle, the aim of analysis is ``to show the patient that this sense of guilt leads only to the repression of his (erotic or aggressive) instinctive life and to the masochistic search for self-punishment and deprivation, and that ultimately it will maintain his dif®culties''. Another group of psychoanalysts seems to embrace a diametrically opposed theoretical and technical principle. 2 The therapeutic aim of those who advocate this way of dealing with guilt is to make the patient aware of this denial and consequently conscious of his fantasies, his Chapter 2 23 behaviour and the underlying sense of guilt.