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properties, as well as the limited personal experience of people. 3) "Idol of the market" - polysemy and unclear words. This is probably especially good-witted translators. When translating a text, many shades are often lost, often one has to pretend only to preserve the general meaning. 4) "Idols of the theater" - not innate and do not penetrate into the mind secretly, but openly transmitted and perceived
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from fictional theories. These are false notions about the structure of reality that are absorbed by a person from other people. . How you can apply Anna Freud’s theory of defence mechanisms in your life? Anna Freud identified 10 protective mechanisms: 1. Negation.2. Projection.3. Appeal against yourself. Sublimation. Regression. Rationalization. Intellectualisation.8. Reactive formation.9. Substitution. Fantasy. I support this idea. These 10 defense mechanisms, in my opinion, are in every person. It was not often that I encountered my partner’s defensive response or a call for help. I myself often use the mechanism of appeal against myself and regression, when something goes wrong for me, there are times when I give up or hate myself. I think that these mechanisms will help me in modern society in order to get to know a person better and help him. 25. "God has no right to judge human beings." Your opinion I am neutral to this statement. I think that no one has the right to judge someone. Each person is responsible for his actions, and no one should condemn him, because this is his life. As for God, I think that it was God who gave us this life, but he does not condemn us for our wrong actions. He gives us the strength to understand the mistakes, gives a chance to correct and not repeat the mistakes again. It's my opinion. 26. Assess the claim that God created humanity for a purpose. Since God is the God of predestination, He never created anything, hoping that maybe something would come out of it. He first decided that it should be, and then He created it. This means that He always begins to do something, knowing what the final product will be. I would like to give an answer to these questions with one statement: everything is created exactly as it is, because of the purpose for which it was created, because of its purpose. This goal sets the form. God created everything with a definite purpose. He gave each creature the ability to fulfill his destiny. God's purposes were always set in advance; everything was “created” in
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