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" For the euphoria which we are thus striving to obtain is nothing but the state of a bygone time, in which we were wont to defray our psychic work with slight expenditure. It is the state of our childhood in which we did not know the comic, were incapable... "
Papers on Psycho-analysis - Page 32
by Ernest Jones - 1913 - 432 pages
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Studies in Abnormal Psychology, Volume 2

Morton Prince - Psychology, Pathological - 1911
...of a bygone time in which we were wont to defray our psychic work with slight expenditure. It is the state of our childhood in which we did not know the comic, were incapable of wit, and did not need humor to make us happy. ABSTRACTS VISUAL DISTURBANCES OF NERVOUS...
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Psychoanalysis: Its Theories and Practical Application

Abraham Arden Brill - Dreams - 1914 - 393 pages
...of a bygone tune in which we were wont to defray our psychic work with slight expenditure. It is the state of our childhood in which we did not know the comic, were incapable of wit, and did not need humor to make us happy. REFERENCES 1. An English translation in...
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Wit and Its Relation to the Unconscious

Sigmund Freud - Subconsciousness - 1916 - 386 pages
...of a bygone time in which we were wont to defray our psychic work with slight expenditure. It is the state of our childhood in which we did not know the comic, were incapable of wit, and did not need humor to make us happy. ^ INDEX Abstract wit, 128 Absurdity, 77...
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Dictionary of Psychoanalysis

Sigmund Freud - Psychoanalysis - 1950 - 208 pages
...a bygone time, in which we were wont to defray our psychic work with slight expenditure. It is the state of our childhood in which we did not know the comic, were incapable of wit, and did not need humor to make us happy. WRU— ch. VII Wit and Dream — The most...
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Southern California Practitioner, Volume 28

Medicine - 1913
...of a bygone time in which we were wont to defray our psychic work with slight expenditure. It is the state of our childhood in which we did not know the comic, were incapable of wit, and did not need humor to make us happy. Simple, isn't it? VACCINE THERAPY. ITS THEORY...
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