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Unformatted text preview: values, so they dont have to be around any more. o At this point, even the thought of doing something bad will make you feel guilty. The aggression is then directed inwards. Suicide would be the most extreme example. Our conscience thoughts and our unconscious thoughts, nothing escapes the super-ego. For Freud, you have to have a conscience to experience guilt. We will never, ever be perfectly happy in civilization. Its not possible given our physic reactions to living in society. We have to curb our sexual drives, our aggression. Then we also have to deal with the super-ego, which punishes us internally by making us feel guilty. 22/04/2008 13:22:00 22/04/2008 13:22:00...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2009 for the course PL/TH PL090/TH09 taught by Professor Dechiara during the Fall '07 term at BC.
- Fall '07