It is quite probable that in forgetting, there can really be no question of a direct function of time. From the repressed memory traces, it can be verified that they suffer no changes even in the longest periods. The unconscious, at all events knows no... Psychopathology of Everyday Life - Page 329by Sigmund Freud - 1914 - 341 pagesFull view
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Philip Rieff - Psychology - 1979 - 440 pages
...of total recall, * Psychopathology of Everyday Life, pp. 174-75 fn. See this passage especially: The most important, as well as the most peculiar character...form as they were received, and also in the forms they have assumed in their further development. ... By virtue of this theory, every former state of...