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The Nature of the Evidence
Instinct and Evolution
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achieved aesthetic aggression analysis anxiety aroused aspect assessment become behaviour behaviouristic believe breast capacity child cognitive conflict conscious correct course death impulse Death Instinct defence defence mechanisms degree denial depressive position desire destructive impulse distinction distorted dualistic Elliott Jaques emotional enemies envy Ernest Jones evaluations evolution example exist experience external world fact false fear felt Freud hate hatred hyper-manic imagine infant innate inner world instinct introjection involves kind laissez-faire least manic means mechanisms Melanie Klein moral Moreover mother motive naive realism normal ourselves outer world paranoid paranoid-schizoid paranoid-schizoid position parents patient perceive perception perhaps period persecutory person political primary symbols probably projection projective identification psycho-analytic psychological psychotic realistic reason response result sadism seems sense of guilt species specious present split super-ego suppose survival tend theory thought tion true picture truth type of conscience unconscious phantasy world-model