By Sigmund Freud
Freud For students. Extracts from whole works of Sigmund Freud, prepared by means of subject and ordered by way of date.
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515> Relative strength of the instincts at the time of falling ill. <515> Reinforcement of the instincts at certain times of life (puberty, menopause, loss of sexual object). [See also topic 2929] <515> Role played by Fate (marriage, loss of spouse). <5142> Unfavourable fixations of the libido. <1002> Unsuitablity of the narcissistic disorders for treatment. <1002> Age. Psychical inertia. Adhesiveness of the libido. <513> Table of Contents Secondary factors which may cause a relative weakening of the ego.
See also topic 263] <195> Origins of the sense of morality. [See also topic 262] <3827> Civilization in relation to the instincts, in general. Civilization and society are founded upon repression and renunciation of instinct <65> Civilization in relation to the sexual instinct Society's suppression of the sexual instinct, in general. <3533> Civilization at the expense of the sexual instinct, in particular. <368> Civilization as requiring the renunciation of certain erotogenic zones as unserviceable <3803> As a result of repression, the sexual instinct is forced to find alternative sources of satisfaction, <1787> to take detours, roundabout paths to satisfaction.
1885> We do not concern ourselves with individual symptoms per se. <2729> Their resolution comes about as a by-product of the analysis. <2729> The taking of notes during an analytic session <5055> Pros and cons of psycho-analytic therapy Pros As being powerful, and possibly dangerous, in the wrong hands. Analogy with surgery. <2720> As the most thorough-going of the therapeutic modalities <2481> Distinctions from other forms of therapy. ) <2404> Psycho-analysis as a deep therapy. <2404> As being the only means of arriving at a knowledge of the unconscious material.