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Ryan O’Hearn More Freud Questions January 13, 2008 1. In chapter II, Freud discusses the various roads to possible happiness. How do these social types attempt to achieve happiness, and what does Freud see as inevitable obstacles? Hermit – Isolates himself from society in order to try and bring about peace and happiness, but then is stuck in his own happiness and can’t share it with anybody else. Paranoiac – Builds an unbearable view of the world, full time pessimistic, isolated and afraid. Lover – Cling to objects that give them happiness. Druggie - Intoxicates self in order to help alleviate pain and also staying in an intoxicated state will prevent pain from ever reoccurring. Religious believer – Looks for a path to eternal happiness, but doesn’t know for sure if it’s there. Yogi – Also isolates self from society in an effort to bring about self-happiness, but is then stuck in their own quiet world.
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