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COMM 322 Argumentation and Advocacy

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    Freud's Perspective/ why accepted by masses

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    -Tension exists between civilization and the individual- primary problem= individual has primal quest for freedom and civilization has contrary demand for conformity. -many primitive instincts are harmful to the community (sex, kill), so communities create laws that prevent this bad behavior, thus--feelings of discontent in citizens - humans have certain characteristics that are immutable- like sex or aggression towards authoritative figures -accepted by masses because many don't have authority and feel this displeasure- so easy to agree with, everyone wants freedom

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