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Human Rights and Equity Studies
HREQ 1920
Elizabeth Brule

Notes on FreudThe unconscious splits the subject into consciousnessand unconscious motives and desiresWhat is the unconsciousFirst human being is split between a knowing self and an unconscious selfwe have little access to the unconsciousSlips of the tongue the unconscious speaks in our dreams We speak about the past through free association to try to access what has been repressed in our unconsciousEgoour conscious rational selvesIdthe unconscious where our desires are lodged The irrational is driven by desire and immediate gratificationSuper ego our internal criticSexual stagesFor Freud the development of the self is tied to sexualityInfants are sexual from the day they are born sensuousnessAll infants are polymorphously perverseThey can experience pleasure from stimulation on all parts of the bodyst1 Oral phasethe child gets pleasure from sucking breast offers pleasure and disa
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