Sigmund Freud

The Ego and the Id

In what is considered one of his most prominent ideas, Austrian psychiatrist, Sigmund Freud explains the dynamic of the human psyche in terms of the roles and conflicts produced by the id, ego, and super-ego. Freud suggests that all human behaviors and traits, including personality disorders, are created by the complex conflicts and workings of these three components of human personality
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    e already know the point from which we have to start in this connection. We have said that consciousness is the surface of the mental apparatus; that is, we have ascribed it as a function to a system which is spatially the first one reached from the external world-and spatially not only in the functional sense but, on this occasion, also in the sense of anatomical dissection.
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    But stop, how is that possible-What does it mean when we say ‘making something conscious’

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