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Freud's Theory of Femininity

Freud was one of the great modernist theorists of his time. He broke through conventional ideas that seemed concrete at the time. He brought ideas about the human subconscious to the forefront. 2,203 more words

Katie’s Inner Monologue… Which is More Like a Dialogue, Actually...

Everyone has a thought process. Everyone thinks about things and processing things in his or her own way, and I thought it might be fun to go through and write about the different ways that I think.

Written By Katie

Our Future Brains: Forbidden Planet?

My favorite science fiction movie is Forbidden Planet. In the movie human space explorers traveled to a planet in a distant solar system 16 light years from earth. 479 more words

Overview

its all fun and games until someone loses an I

Dabbling in meditation and phenomena of the mind has always interested me. I enjoy thinking and conversing about philosophies, and have even taken philosophy 101 and 102 in university, but I’ve found that philosophy at an academic level is not for me. 597 more words

Love

Glaciers

Heartbreak

crumbles like glaciers in pieces

proving climate change

to non believers.

Piercing shards of ice- cold

frigid

emotion

unfixed puzzle pieces

falling.

She lied, rather omitted the truth… 51 more words

Poetry

Superego – Definition, Concept, Meaning, What is Superego

Freud developed his concept of the super-ego from an earlier combination of the ego ideal and the “special psychical agency which performs the task of seeing that narcissistic satisfaction from the ego ideal is ensured … what we call our ‘conscience’.” The superego reflects the internalization of cultural rules, solely taught by parents applying their guidance and influence. 153 more words

Psychology

Human nature and personality structure

HUMAN NATURE

Humans have two main driving forces – sexual (eros) and aggression (thanatos).

STRUCTURE OF PERSONALITY

  • id
    The id is the original system of personality; at birth, a person is all id…
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Counselling Theories