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" Only in one field has the omnipotence of thought been retained in our own civilization, namely in art. In art alone it still happens that man, consumed by his wishes, produces something similar to the gratification of these wishes, and this playing, thanks... "
Totem and Taboo: Resemblances Between the Psychic Lives of Savages and Neurotics - Page 151
by Sigmund Freud - 1919 - 268 pages
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Freud: The Mind of the Moralist

Philip Rieff - Psychology - 1979 - 440 pages
Now a classic, this book was hailed upon its original publication in 1959 as "An event to be acclaimed . . . a book of genuine brilliance on Freud's cultural importance . . . a ...
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Narcissistic Process and Corporate Decay: The Theory of the Organizational Ideal

Howard S. Schwartz - Business & Economics - 1992 - 166 pages
...civilization, namely in art. In art alone it still happens that man, consumed by his wishes, produces something similar to the gratification of these wishes, and...calls forth effects as if it were something real. (877) Here we have the original terms of this inquiry, in which I compared the US manned spaceflight...
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Symbols and Artifacts: Views of the Corporate Landscape

Pasquale Gagliardi - Business & Economics - 428 pages
...civilization, namely in art. In art alone it still happens that man, consumed by his wishes, produces something similar to the gratification of these wishes, and...illusion, calls forth effects as if it were something real (p. 877). This last passage enables us to return to the original terms of our inquiry, in which we...
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Robert Smithson: Learning from New Jersey and Elsewhere

Ann Reynolds - Art - 2004 - 384 pages
...happens that man, consumed by his wishes, produces something similar to the gratification of those wishes, and this playing, thanks to artistic illusion, calls forth effects as *.* .-Jcf i ^Ajggs: WE v Ti/r r /* ught into equilibrium - a vast mud field of es forever...
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