"Freud said to Eitingon, in the spring of 1932 (before Wiesbaden), "Isn't Ferenczi a cross to bear? Once again for months no news of him. He is insulted because we are not charmed by his playing mother and child with his female pupils" (Gay, 1988 p. 582)."
"It represents what Moreno will call the poetic and psychodramatic truth."
“The study of universal grammar, so understood, is a study of the nature of human intellectual capacities.”
Universal acting, then, constitutes an explanatory theory of a much deeper sort than particular acting, although the particular acting of a language can also be regarded as an explanatory theory.