The Unconscious 评价人数不足
读书笔记 Drives and Their Fates
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Biology informs us that sexuality is distinct from the other functions of the individual because its purpose - the creation of new individuals, and thus the preservation of the species - transcend the individual.
The aim each one strives to attain is organ pleasure; only on completing synthesis do they become generally recognizable as sexual drives. Initially, they are dependent on self-preservation drives and become detached from these only gradually; when finding an object, they also follow the paths laid down by the ego drives. A proportion of them remain attached to the ego drives throughout life, providing these with libidinal components, which are easily overlooked during normal functioning and manifest themselves only in illness.
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