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Sigmund Freud Quote: “Every man is a poet at heart.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I am not really a man of science, not an observer, not an experimenter, and not a thinker. I am by temperament nothing but a conquistador... with the curiosity, the boldness, and the tenacity that belong to that type of person.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The time comes when each of us has to give up as illusions the expectations which, in his youth, he pinned upon his fellow-men, and when he may learn how much difficulty and pain has been added to his life by their ill-will.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Incidentally, why was it that none of all the pious ever discovered psycho-analysis? Why did it have to wait for a completely godless Jew?”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I had the greatest respect for the authorities of my day – until I studied things for myself, and came to my own conclusions.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I like to avoid concessions to faint-heartedness. One can never tell where that road may lead one; one gives way first in words, and then little by little in substance too.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “We are so made that we can derive intense enjoyment only from a contrast and very little from a state of things.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The facts which have caused us to believe in the dominance of the pleasure principle in mental life also find expression in the hypothesis that the mental apparatus endeavours to keep the quantity of excitation present in it as low as possible or at least to keep it constant.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “So in every individual the two trends, one towards personal happiness and the other unity with the rest of humanity, must contend with each other.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “It is unavoidable that if we learn more about a great man’s life, we shall also hear of occasions on which he has done no better than we, and has in fact come nearer to us as a human being.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “These patients have turned away from outer reality; it is for this reason that they are more aware than we of inner reality and can reveal to us things which without them would remain impenetrable.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I think that it is a good plan to bear in mind that people were in the habit of dreaming before there was such a thing as psychoanalysis.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Hatred of Judaism is at bottom hatred of Christianity.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Do you not know how uncontrolled and unreliable the average human being is in all that concerns sexual life?”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Whoever possesses something that is at once valuable and fragile is afraid of other people’s envy, in so far as he projects on to them the envy he would have felt in their place.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “We live in very remarkable times. We find with astonishment that progress has concluded an alliance with barbarism.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The state demands the utmost obedience and sacrifice of its citizens, but at the same time, it treats them as children through an excess of secrecy, and a censorship of news and expression of opinion, which render the minds of those who are, thus, intellectually repressed, defenseless against every unfavorable situation, and every wild rumor.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “An unrestricted satisfaction of every need presents itself as the most enticing method of conducting one’s life, but it means putting enjoyment before caution, and soon brings its own punishment.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The waking life never repeats itself with its trials and joys, its pleasures and pains, but, on the contrary, the dream aims to relieve us of these. Even when our whole mind is filled with one subject, when profound sorrow has torn our hearts or when a task has claimed the whole power of our mentality, the dream either gives us something entirely strange, or it takes for its combinations only a few elements from reality, or it only enters into the strain of our mood and symbolises reality.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “If one wishes to form a true estimate of the full grandeur of religion, one must keep in mind what it undertakes to do for men. It gives them information about the source and origin of the universe, it assures them of protection and final happiness, and it guides – by – precepts – backed by the full force of its authority.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Nothing that is mentally our own can ever be lost.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I do not in general have the impression that sexual abstinence helps produce energetic, independent men of action or original thinkers, bold liberators and reformers. Far more often it produces well-behaved weaklings who later merge into the great mass of those who habitually, if reluctantly, follow the lead given by strong individuals.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I no longer count as one of my merits that I always tell the truth as much as possible; it has become my metier.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Nature delights in making use of the same forms in the most various biological connections: as it does, for instance, in the appearance of branch-like structures both in coral and in plants, and indeed in some forms of crystal and in certain chemical precipitates.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I never want to belong to any club that would have someone like me as a member.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “May we not be justified in reaching the diagnosis that, under the influence of cultural urges, some civilizations, or some epochs of civilization – possibly the whole of mankind – have become ‘neurotic’?”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “It may be said that hysteria is as ignorant of the science of the structure of the nervous system as we ourselves before we have learnt it.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “One should not belittle the advantage that is enjoyed by a fairly small cultural circle, which is that it allows the aggressive drive an outlet in the form of hostility to outsiders. It is always possible to bind quite large numbers of people together in love, provided that others are left out as targets for aggression.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The delusions of paranoiacs have an unpalatable external similarity and internal kinship to the systems of our philosophers.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The rest of our enquiry is made easy because this God-Creator is openly called Father. Psycho-analysis concludes that he really is the father, clothed in the grandeur in which he once appeared to the small child.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “There is no likelihood of our being able to suppress humanity’s aggressive tendencies... Complete suppression of man’s aggressive tendencies is not an issue; what we may try is to direct it into a channel other than that of warfare.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The reproaches against science for not having yet solved the problems of the universe are exaggerated in an unjust and malicious manner; it has truly not had time enough yet for these great achievements. Science is very young – a human activity which developed late.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “We have learned, for example, that the more virtuous a man is the more severe is his super-ego, and that he blames himself for misfortunes for which he is clearly not responsible.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I always find the same principles confirmed: the elements formed into the dream are drawn from the entire mass of the dream-thoughts, and in its relation to the dream-thoughts each one of the elements seems to be determined many times over.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “I have an infamously low capacity for visualizing relationships, which made the study of geometry and all subjects derived from it impossible for me.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The weakness of my position does not imply a strengthening of yours.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Woman... what does she want?”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “One must not be mean with the affections; what is spent of the fund is renewed in the spending itself.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Dreams tell us many an unpleasant biological truth about ourselves and only very free minds can thrive on such a diet. Self-deception is a plant which withers fast in the pellucid atmosphere of dream investigation.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “The first is the Credo quia absurdum of the early Father. It would imply that religious doctrines are outside reason’s jurisdiction; they stand above reason. Their truth must be inwardly felt: one does not need to comprehend them.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Most of the ‘pain’ we experience is of a perceptual order, perception either of the urge of unsatisfied instincts or of something in the external world which may be painful in itself or may arouse painful anticipations in the psychic apparatus and is recognised by it as ’danger.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Anatomy is destiny.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Individual liberty is not an asset of civilization.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “We should picture the instrument that carries our mental functioning as resembling a compound microscope or photographic apparatus.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Every one has wishes which he would not like to tell to others, which he does not want to admit even to himself.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “No other technique for the conduct of life attaches the individual so firmly to reality as laying emphasis on work; for his work at least gives him a secure place in a portion of reality, in the human community.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “In this situation, what we call natural ethics has nothing to offer but the narcissistic satisfaction of being able to think one is better than others. This is where ethics based on religion enters the scene with its promises of a better life hereafter. I am inclined to think that, for as long as virtue goes unrewarded here below, ethics will preach in vain.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “Neither in my private life nor in my writings, have I ever made a secret of being an out-and-out unbeliever.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “By exposing the hidden dream-thoughts, we have confirmed in general that the dream does continue the motivation and interests of waking life, for dream-thoughts are engaged only with what seems to be important and of great interest to us.”
Sigmund Freud Quote: “We are astonished to hear declarations by married women and girls which bear witness to a quite particular attitude to the therapeutic problem: they had always known, they say, that they could only be cured by love.”
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