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" The Pleasure-Principle represents the primary original form of mental activity, and is characteristic of the earliest stages of human development, both in the Individual and the Race. It is, therefore, typically found in the mental life of the Infant,... "
International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures - Page 222
1915
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Papers on Psycho-analysis

Ernest Jones - Education psychology - 1913 - 432 pages
...absurd ; yet when it was vain to dispute the fact, it was undervalued, as one almost known long before.' life of the infant, and, to a less extent, in that...egocentric, selfish, personal, and anti-social. The thought processes corresponding to it proceed by the use of analogies and superficial associations,...
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Studies in forensic psychiatry

Bernard Glueck - Forensic psychiatry - 1916 - 269 pages
...two principles, which he terms the "pleasure principle" and the "reality principle " respectively.9 These two opponents are constantly facing one another...distinctly lowly order, and at literally any cost. THE MALINGERER : A CLINICAL STUDY 191 It is thus exquisitely egocentric, selfish, personal, and antisocial....
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Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory

Barbara Low - Psychoanalysis - 1920 - 199 pages
...the Race. It is, therefore, typically found in the mental life of the Infant, and to a less extent of the Savage. . . . Its main attribute is a never-ceasing...of various desires of a distinctly lowly order, and literally at any cost. It is thus exquisitely egocentric, selfish, personal, anti-social." 1 It will...
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Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory

Barbara Low - Psychoanalysis - 1920 - 199 pages
...the Race. It is, therefore, typically found in the mental life of the Infant, and to a less extent of the Savage. . . . Its main attribute is a never-ceasing...of various desires of a distinctly lowly order, and literally at any cost. It is thus exquisitely egocentric, selfish, personal, anti-social." l It will...
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