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By Sigmund Freud, Montague David Eder

In Sigmund Freud's thought desires are instigated by means of the day-by-day occurrences and suggestions of lifestyle. His declare that they functionality as want fulfillments relies on an account of the "dreamwork" when it comes to a metamorphosis of "secondary procedure" inspiration, ruled through the foundations of language and the truth precept, into the "primary strategy" of subconscious suggestion ruled through the excitement precept, want gratification and the repressed sexual situations of youth. so that it will look after sleep the dreamwork disguises the repressed or "latent" content material of the dream in an interaction of phrases and pictures which Freud describes by way of condensation, displacement and distortion. This produces the "manifest content material" of the dream as acknowledged within the dream narrative. For Freud a nasty happen content material should still signify the fulfilment of a want at the point of the latent content material. within the medical atmosphere Freud inspired unfastened organization to the dream's take place content material that allows you to facilitate entry to its latent content material. Freud believed examining goals during this manner may provide very important insights into the formation of neurotic signs and give a contribution to the mitigation in their pathological results.

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With a simple, compact manual such as Dream Psychology there shall be no longer any excuse for ignorance of the most revolutionary psychological system of modern times. ANDRE TRIDON. 121 Madison Avenue, New York. November, 1920. CONTENTS CHAPTERPAGE I DREAMS HAVE A MEANING1 II THE DREAM MECHANISM24 III WHY THE DREAM DISGUISES THE DESIRES57 IV DREAM ANALYSIS78 V SEX IN DREAMS104 VI THE WISH IN DREAMS135 VII THE FUNCTION OF THE DREAM164 VIII THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PROCESS—REGRESSION186 IX THE UNCONSCIOUS AND CONSCIOUSNESS—REALITY220 DREAM PSYCHOLOGY I DREAMS HAVE A MEANING In what we may term "prescientific days" people were in no uncertainty about the interpretation of dreams.

Still, the fact that I had a ride for nothing yesterday when my friend drove me home in his cab must have made an impression upon me. In any case, the friend whose guests we were yesterday has often made me his debtor. Recently I allowed an opportunity of requiting him to go by. He has had only one present from me, an antique shawl, upon which eyes are painted all round, a so-called Occhiale, as a charm against the Malocchio. Moreover, he is an eye specialist. That same evening I had asked him after a patient whom I had sent to him for glasses.

The same diversity in their ways of formation and the same rules for its solution hold good also for the innumerable medley of dream contents, examples of which I need scarcely adduce. Their strangeness quite disappears when we resolve not to place them on a level with the objects of perception as known to us when awake, but to remember that they represent the art of dream condensation by an exclusion of unnecessary detail. Prominence is given to the common character of the combination. Analysis must also generally supply the common features.

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