Sigmund Freud on Psychology - Dictionary of Arguments
Pagel I 57
Psychological apparatus/Freud: (early): has the need to preserve itself as unattractive as possible.
Development/Freud: the human being does not come from anything. He has to learn everything: wood burns, and one must not fall into the depths.
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