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This inability to distinguish once and for all between the inside and the outside of the ego creates a problem for the identity of both introjection and projection— based, as both of these concepts are, precisely on this distinction. Introjection cannot be placed in a relationship of “diametrical contrast” to projection. On the contrary, introjection and projection are mutually interdependent, one upon the other, both inside and outside each other at the same time. And this in turn has profound implications for the way in which psychoanalysis understands the ego’s relation to the outside world.
The difference between introjection and projection appears to rest with the final destination of those feelings. e. introject[ed]”, those of the paranoiac are attached to an external object and left there. As a result, “the psychoneurotic suffers from a widening, the paranoiac from a shrinking of his ego” (1909:41). But given that a question mark has already been placed against the apparent externality of the objects introjected by the neurotic, should the externality of the objects onto which those impulses that have become a “burden” (p.