A plea for the acceptance of the irrational element in man is the most vital part of human life. Rank discusses the ultimates — psychological concepts which go beyond the individual's makeup, such as fear of death, desire for immortality, sexuality, and the need for love — and the institutions which support these concepts.
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The Double as Immortal Self
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