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27 thoughts on “Freud’s Theory of Human Nature

  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    there is no ego or unconscious but we are just one. We have two personality that is it.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    Humanity has split personality period to disagree would be self denial.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    The Bible has no merit it is insanely evil and false. The bible deity is cruel evil and demonic seeing his behavior commanding people to do atrocities and all kind of harsh behavior. If you disagree well you have not read the Bible.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    I can never get enough of Freud….If I really look deep inside myself..I love, I hate, I want what I want, I'm selfish, I LOVE sex, I love my family, my hobbies, interests…but I still feel uncertain about alot of things, insecure at the same time secure, love my cat, have a hard time living w/out my Mom, Get frustrated w/my Dad, am jealous of my Brother and Sister, Care and love more than anything about a woman I can't have, I am selfish, have anxiety, unsure about things, secure about things, afraid of everything, being with someone I am attracted to and care about…being intimate with them is ecstasy, Hurt most of the time, unsure about so many things…etc. Great lecture..Love it.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    Freud's view about society's self imposed straightjacket still holds water. Of course, that view goes way back to Shakespeare, and, even further back, to Epicure.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    Freud is a two bit Atheist posing as a humble pessimistic ego linguist fraud magnifying his victim painful state as the meaning and essence of consciousness.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    HEIDI YIUDI DOLL AND WOILME HEAART DOLL STOP LOOKING AT YOUNG AND GUILEDED PEOPLE IN HISTORY. YUIM IUMI HIOSTERY.P.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    If you do not understand your own nature you cannot control yourself and you will drive your life into the gutter.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    Freud committed suicide for showing the psycho military and psycho corporations how to manipulate us.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    Maybe also interesting:

    Freudian Nations:

    Freud's theory of the personality can be extended from individuals to
    nations. Freud argued that our personality is shaped by three components
    – the id, the ego and the superego – two of which are in conflict, with
    the third mediating between them.

    The "Id" is infantile, narcissistic and pursues the Pleasure Principle.
    It wants self-gratification at every moment and resents anything that
    stops it getting what it wants. It's the ultimate spoiled, overindulged
    child. Its supporters link it to freedom and self-expression. "Do
    whatever you want," is the id's mantra.

    The "Superego" is the ultimate stern parent. It's obsessed with right
    and wrong, morality, conscience, rulebooks, law and order, discipline,
    and obeys the Control Principle. Where the id cares only for itself, the
    superego is preoccupied with others, with group dynamics, with society.
    Its supporters link it to maturity and consideration for others. "Do as
    you would be done by," is the superego's mantra.

    The id and superego are always in conflict.

    Between the id and superego stands the "Ego", which listens to both and
    takes action according to the Reality Principle. The ego is the
    component most grounded in the real world and deals with the art of the
    possible. It seeks to express the id while operating within the superego
    rules of society.

    The tension between the id and superego is evident everywhere. Islamic
    nations are classic superego societies: black, drab, authoritarian.
    Women must conceal themselves. "Moral" police are everywhere. Thieves
    have their hands cut off. Homosexuals are hanged. Adulterers are
    beheaded. Fornicators are stoned to death. People must pray to Allah
    five times a day, including at night. They must orient themselves
    towards Mecca. No alcohol, no drugs. Sex is strictly within marriage.
    Islam is an example of the superego unrestrained. The id is suppressed,
    and the ego has no role.

    Islamic nations are on the verge of a nervous breakdown. "We love death
    more than you love life,"Muslims say to Westerners. This is a
    pathological statement, and Islam is an anti-life ideology. Muslims'
    collective mental illness makes them obsessed with suicide, which they
    choose to refer to as "martyrdom". Given that their lives are so lacking
    in pleasure, their love of death isn't surprising. Several
    fundamentalist Christian sects are also superego dominated, as are
    Orthodox Jews. Much of the trouble in the world stems from these
    inflexible societies.

    This is the world of the religious fanatic. These societies are always governed by grim, hateful old men in black clothes and long white beards: the ayatollahs of Iran, the elders of the Amish, the men in black suits, odd hairstyles and ill-fitting black suits who lead Orthodox Jewish communities. These societies are full of bitterness. They're suspicious of outsiders and terrified of change. They're wedded to tradition and the past.

    The West is an unrestrained id culture. Everything is geared up for self-gratification. Capitalism is the delivery system – the addict's syringe – of the ultimate drug: pleasure around the clock, delivered to you whenever and wherever you want it. Fast food. Fast sex. Fast entertainment. Fast cars. Fast talk. Everything is fast in order to get your dose of pleasure to you without delay. Capitalism is the smack dealer standing on the street corner. It's drug pushing turned into a political and economic ideology. It creates endless junkies, obsessed with their next fix. They suffer appalling withdrawal symptoms if they don't get their hit for the day.

    Ask any western woman what her favourite pastime is and she will say retail therapy. What kind of society has shopping as its most desirable activity? Ask any man and he will say watching sport. Does the meaning of life lie in football, baseball and basketball?

    Junk TV, junk computer games, junk Hollywood movies, peep shows, internet porn, social networking, theme parks, cheap alcohol, cheap drugs. The western world is Disney World run by drug pushers. The superego is extinguished. The West is the opposite of the superego societies. Whereas those are run by old men, western societies revolve around spoiled brats, men and women who never grow up, people suffering from arrested development, stuck in their baby phase. The West is an infantilised culture.

    The credit crunch is the inevitable consequence of an unrestrained id ideology. In an id culture, no one holds back. Those who can be as greedy as they like, invariably take everything they can get, regardless of the consequences, and regardless of others. Why would they stop? They are simply fulfilling the core ideology of the society they live in. Regulation, the superego mechanism for
    moderating markets, was dismantled in the West thanks to Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and the two Bush presidents, and thanks to Margaret Thatcher, John Major, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown in the UK. Their collective ideology was that markets were more efficient than anything else. In fact, markets are reflections of the id and are driven by first greed and then fear (boom and bust), and always lead to disaster if not curbed by strong regulation.

    The whole basis of the free market approach to social governance is flawed. Markets – id forces – only work if blended with effective regulation – a superego force. The members of the regulatory bodies have to be as well paid and as highly talented as the people in the institutions they are regulating. This has never happened under western capitalism. No one wants to break up the party. Greed is good, remember. In that statement is contained the credit crunch. The many pay for the greed of the few.

    The members of the Old World Order(THE REAL ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE) prefer the Pleasure Principle society because this offers the best mechanism for manipulating the dumbed down, doped out, zombified masses. The Old World Order's greed can be indulged without restraint in such a society. Their ability to justify huge disparities in wealth is unchallenged. Wealth is control in id societies. If you have no wealth then you are a nobody with no future. Most people are nobodies with no future, but they have been
    conned into supporting the system that oppresses them.

    The new American president will change nothing since change can be effected only from without the system, never from within. It's the system itself that is at fault, and the system – the constitution – does not provide any scope for internal change. So change must come from an external source. Usually, from revolution. ( For those who are interested: http://bit.ly/2g7Xjt0)

    In most societies, the ego – the component that is supposed to ensure a healthy balance between id and superego – is overwhelmed. In most societies, the id or the superego becomes luridly magnified, until it is unstoppable within a particular culture. The sensible ego obeying the Reality Principle is nowhere to be seen. All we get instead is the undiluted Pleasure Principle or the undiluted Control Principle.

    A healthy society is one where the ego dominates, and the id and superego are each given healthy, but not excessive, expression.

    See also:

    The Idiotic Society!?: http://bit.ly/2bhFIwC

    http://meritocracynow.net/

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    This man who speaks is stupid. The worst mistake is to compare Marx to Freud. They were about two different fields of studies and had nothing to do with each others. Marx's theories were about economy, but Freud's theories were about human nature and psychology.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    Being entirely honest with oneself is a good exercise.
    Sigmund Freud, Letter to Wilhelm Fliess (15 October 1897)

    Being entirely honest with oneself is not only a good exercise, it is absolutely essential if one wishes to unendarken oneself, to enlighten oneself, to be happier, to experience happier-ness, anytime, anywhere, Now.
    Stephen Kirby, ( 14, April, 2016)

    An aha moment is enough for now. Within an aha moment, it is everything.

    You will be utilizing your brain’s genius capabilities during those aha moments.

    Sequence them together into aha experiences of nirvanic, revelatory importance.

    Then you will understand what it means to be in the now.

    Being in the now is always enough, because you can see the truth in everything.

    I am an everyman. If I can do it, anyone can.
    Stephen Kirby, Senior Program Designer
    aha moment: from Dictionary.com
    noun, informal.
    1. a point in time, event, or experience when one has a sudden insight or realization.
    [email protected]ail.com
    An online forum for the intellectual discussion of the processes of happier-ness.

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    GRAÇAS A DEUS, ESCAPEI!

    Eustáquio
    7/01/2016

    Caro leitor,
    Em meu artigo anterior (A ilusão religiosa e a realidade), mostrei alguns exemplos de ilusão religiosa, fazendo referência a um dos livros de Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939). Você, leitor amigo, ficou ciente de que a pessoa religiosa vive uma ilusão, uma alucinação. Por exemplo, quando uma pessoa religiosa escapa de algum acidente, qual é a divindade “espiritual” salvadora invocada? Ou seja, que divindade “espiritual” a pessoa religiosa invoca como sua salvadora? A resposta, obviamente, vai depender da crença da pessoa. Ou seja, a divindade “espiritual” salvadora variará de acordo com a ilusão religiosa da pessoa. Se, por exemplo, a pessoa religiosa for um cristão devoto de Cícero Romão Batista, o famoso “Padim Ciço” de Juazeiro do Norte, no Ceará, então afirmará que a divindade “espiritual” que a salvou do acidente foi o “Padim Ciço”. Se, ao contrário, a pessoa religiosa for um cristão evangélico, então a divindade “espiritual” invocada jamais será o “Padim Ciço”. Por quê? Porque o “Padim Ciço” não tem relevância alguma para a ilusão cristã evangélica. O cristão evangélico dirá que a divindade “espiritual” que o salvou do acidente foi Deus ou Jesus. E se a pessoa religiosa for um cristão católico? Aí o rol de divindades “espirituais” é imenso, tudo, é óbvio, dependendo da ilusão cristã católica. Se o católico for devoto de São Francisco de Assis, invocará essa divindade “espiritual” como sua salvadora. Se for devoto de Nossa Senhora Aparecida, afirmará que essa divindade “espiritual” o salvou do acidente. Se for devoto de São Benedito, essa será a divindade “espiritual” invocada, e assim por diante. Esses exemplos claros, públicos e cotidianos mostram que a divindade “espiritual” invocada dependerá do poder de imaginação da pessoa religiosa. Na verdade, deuses não existem, “santos” não existem, logo, deuses e “santos” não salvam ninguém.
    Neste artigo, mostrarei outra deformação dessa ideia religiosa. Só para facilitar o entendimento, trago novamente a afirmação do mestre Sigmund Freud, contida em seu fantástico livro “O futuro de uma ilusão”, L&PM editores, 2010, página 110. Veja, leitor, o que ele diz sobre a religião:

    “(…) ela contém um sistema de ilusões de desejo com recusa da realidade como apenas encontramos isolado na amência, uma confusão alucinatória radiante.”

    E que deformação é essa? É a seguinte: quando uma pessoa religiosa invoca uma divindade “espiritual” como sua salvadora, em conformidade com sua crença, não percebe a monstruosidade da própria divindade. Exemplo: fulano de tal, cristão católico, perdeu o voo que o levaria de Brasília a Juazeiro do Norte, no Ceará (existe essa linha aérea em Brasília). A aeronave caiu, matando instantaneamente 230 pessoas. Ao ser entrevistado pelo Jornal Nacional da Rede Globo de Televisão, o cristão católico, devoto de “Padim Ciço” disse:

    “Graças ao Padre Cícero, escapei. O “Padim Ciço” me fez perder aquele voo.”

    Percebeu, caro leitor? No mundo ilusório do cristão devoto de “Padim Ciço”, a monstruosidade da divindade invocada é latente. O “Padim Ciço” resolveu salvar apenas um tripulante, uma pessoa muito “especial”, abandonando à morte trágica 230 pessoas, incluindo aí crianças inocentes, mulheres grávidas, idosos e, pasmem, todos cristãos. Entendeu, agora, leitor, como a ideia religiosa conduz o homem ao absurdo, sem que ele perceba?
    E esse absurdo é comum no mundo da religião. Veja as catástrofes naturais como furacões, maremotos, terremotos, vulcões etc. Inúmeras pessoas religiosas que escapam invocam, de acordo com sua crença, as divindades “espirituais”: “Graças a Deus, escapei!”; “Graças aos deuses, escapei!”; “Graças a Jesus, escapei!”; “Graças a Maomé, escapei!”; Graças a Shiva, escapei!” E não percebem que, em cada catástrofe, perderam a vida milhares de pessoas (crianças, idosos e religiosos).

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  • March 22, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    Hi everyone! Having read all the comments, I am still left unsatisfied with the answer to the question of who is the lecturer behind this expose or of which one of the TGC/TCC series is it a part? Thanks for any clues.

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