By Herman Westerink
Sigmund Freud, in his look for the origins of the feel of guilt in person lifestyles and tradition, on a regular basis speaks of "reading a dismal trace," therefore relating the Oedipus delusion as a delusion concerning the challenge of human guilt. In Freud's view, this feeling of guilt is a hint, a direction, that leads deep into the individual's psychological country, into youth thoughts, and into the prehistory of tradition and faith.
Herman Westerink follows this hint and analyzes Freud's proposal at the experience of guilt as a valuable factor in his paintings, from the earliest reviews at the ethical and "guilty" characters of the hysterics, through later complicated differentiations in the proposal of the experience of guilt, and eventually to Freud's perception of civilization's discontents and Jewish feel of guilt. The feel of guilt is a key factor in Freudian psychoanalysis, not just on the subject of different key thoughts in psychoanalytic conception but additionally in terms of Freud's debates with different psychoanalysts, together with Carl Jung and Melanie Klein
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Sigmund Freud, in his look for the origins of the feel of guilt in person existence and tradition, on a regular basis speaks of "reading a depressing trace," hence pertaining to the Oedipus delusion as a delusion concerning the challenge of human guilt. In Freud's view, this feeling of guilt is a hint, a direction, that leads deep into the individual's psychological kingdom, into adolescence thoughts, and into the prehistory of tradition and faith.
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Perversion also proves that not every infantile sexual experience generates unpleasure in or after puberty and becomes insufferable, despite the fact that perversion is clearly “abnormal”. Perversion reaches back to an experience of sexual excitement which is only strengthened in puberty. Thus perversion cannot be explained by the seduction theory, which in any case hypothesized asexuality. In draft K Freud worked out his ideas about obsessional neuroses as follows. Obsessional neuroses are composed of repressed self-reproaches which return to consciousness.
37. On this text see E. Fugali, Die Zeit des Selbst und die Zeit des Seienden. Bewusstsein und inneren Sinn bei Franz Brentano, Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, 2004. 111 F. 50. 33ff. ”. 8-9. 114 Compare Innere Wahrnehmung als sekundäres (Mit-)Bewußtsein ist in der deskriptiven Psychologie Brentanos nicht anders gedacht als die einfachste Anerkennung der Existenz eigener psychischer Phänomene. By the acknowledgment of the existence of a psychic phenomenon is meant that a person has “knowledge” of the “fact” that he is thinking, hearing, judging, etc.
Within the complex relations of a small group of people around Dora, reproach and self-reproach played the main role. For example, she reproached her father for handing her over to a family friend (Herr. K), in fact in an unspoken exchange: her father was permitted to have an affair with Frau K. while Herr K. ” for the person in question. 173 Freud’s idea was simple: her justified critique of her father masked self-reproach. 5). ” What is Dora’s masked self-reproach? It is nothing other than that she herself is complicit in her situation.
A dark trace : Sigmund Freud on the sense of guilt by Herman Westerink