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Dr. Sigismund Freud (later changed to Sigmund) was a neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis, who created an entirely new approach to the understanding of the human personality. He is regarded as one of the most influential-and controversial-minds of the 20th century.

In 1873, Freud began to study medicine at the University of Vienna. After graduating, he worked at the Vienna General Hospital. He collaborated with Josef Breuer in treating hysteria by the recall of painful experiences under hypnosis. In 1885, Freud went to Paris as a student of the neurologist Jean Charcot. On his return to Vienna the following year, Freud set up in private practice, specialising in nervous and brain disorders. The same year he married Martha Bernays, with whom he had six children.

Freud developed the theory that humans have an unconscious in which sexual and aggressive impulses are in perpetual conflict for supremacy with the defences against them. In 1897, he began an intensive analysis of himself. In 1900, his major work 'The Interpretation of Dreams' was published in which Freud analysed dreams in terms of unconscious desires and experiences.

In 1902, Freud was appointed Professor of Neuropathology at the University of Vienna, a post he held until 1938. Although the medical establishment disagreed with many of his theories, a group of pupils and followers began to gather around Freud. In 1910, the International Psychoanalytic Association was founded with Carl Jung, a close associate of Freud's, as the president. Jung later broke with Freud and developed his own theories.

After World War One, Freud spent less time in clinical observation and concentrated on the application of his theories to history, art, literature and anthropology. In 1923, he published 'The Ego and the Id', which suggested a new structural model of the mind, divided into the 'id, the 'ego' and the 'superego'.

In 1933, the Nazis publicly burnt a number of Freud's books. In 1938, shortly after the Nazis annexed Austria, Freud left Vienna for London with his wife and daughter Anna.

Freud had been diagnosed with cancer of the jaw in 1923, and underwent more than 30 operations. He died of cancer on 23 September 1939.


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AjAtasatru. (P. AjAtasattu; T. Ma skyes dgra; C. Asheshi wang; J. Ajase o; K. Asase wang 阿闍世王). In Sanskrit, "Enemy While Still Unborn," the son of King BIMBISARA of Magadha and his successor as king. According to the PAli account, when BimbisAra's queen VAIDEHĪ (P. Videhī) was pregnant, she developed an overwhelming urge to drink blood from the king's right knee, a craving that the king's astrologers interpreted to mean that the son would eventually commit patricide and seize the throne. Despite several attempts to abort the fetus, the child was born and was given the name AjAtasatru. While a prince, AjAtasatru became devoted to the monk DEVADATTA, the Buddha's cousin and rival, because of Devadatta's mastery of yogic powers (ṚDDHI). Devadatta plotted to take revenge on the Buddha through manipulating AjAtasatru, whom he convinced to murder his father BimbisAra, a close lay disciple and patron of the Buddha, and seize the throne. AjAtasatru subsequently assisted Devadatta in several attempts on the Buddha's life. AjAtasatru is said to have later grown remorseful over his evil deeds and, on the advice of the physician JĪVAKA, sought the Buddha's forgiveness. The Buddha preached to him on the benefits of renunciation from the SAMANNAPHALASUTTA, and AjAtasatru became a lay disciple. Because he had committed patricide, one of the five most heinous of evil deeds that are said to bring immediate retribution (ANANTARYAKARMAN), AjAtasatru was precluded from attaining any degree of enlightenment during this lifetime and was destined for rebirth in the lohakumbhiya hell. Nevertheless, Sakka (S. sAKRA), the king of the gods, described AjAtasatru as the chief in piety among the Buddha's unenlightened disciples. When the Buddha passed away, AjAtasatru was overcome with grief and, along with other kings, was given a portion of the Buddha's relics (sARĪRA) for veneration. According to the PAli commentaries, AjAtasatru provided the material support for convening the first Buddhist council (see COUNCIL, FIRST) following the Buddha's death. The same sources state that, despite his piety, he will remain in hell for sixty thousand years but later will attain liberation as a solitary buddha (P. paccekabuddha; S. PRATYEKABUDDHA) named Viditavisesa. ¶ MahAyAna scriptures, such as the MAHAPARINIRVAnASuTRA and the GUAN WULIANGSHOU JING ("Contemplation Sutra on the Buddha of Infinite Life"), give a slightly different account of AjAtasatru's story. BimbisAra was concerned that his queen, Vaidehī, had yet to bear him an heir. He consulted a soothsayer, who told him that an aging forest ascetic would eventually be reborn as BimbisAra's son. The king then decided to speed the process along and had the ascetic killed so he would take rebirth in Vaidehī's womb. After the queen had already conceived, however, the soothsayer prophesized that the child she would bear would become the king's enemy. After his birth, the king dropped him from a tall tower, but the child survived the fall, suffering only a broken finger. (In other versions of the story, Vaidehī is so mortified to learn that her unborn son will murder her husband the king that she tried to abort the fetus, but to no avail.) Devadatta later told AjAtasatru the story of his conception and the son then imprisoned his father, intending to starve him to death. But Vaidehī kept the king alive by smuggling food to him, smearing her body with flour-paste and hiding grape juice inside her jewelry. When AjAtasatru learned of her treachery, he drew his sword to murder her, but his vassals dissuaded him. The prince's subsequent guilt about his intended matricide caused his skin break out in oozing abscesses that emitted such a foul odor that no one except his mother was able to approach him and care for him. Despite her loving care, AjAtasatru did not improve and Vaidehī sought the Buddha's counsel. The Buddha was able to cure the prince by teaching him the "NirvAna Sutra," and the prince ultimately became one of the preeminent Buddhist monarchs of India. This version of the story of AjAtasatru was used by Kosawa Heisaku (1897-1968), one of the founding figures of Japanese psychoanalysis, and his successors to posit an "Ajase (AjAtasatru) Complex" that distinguished Eastern cultures from the "Oedipal Complex" described by Sigmund Freud in Western psychoanalysis. As Kosawa interpreted this story, Vaidehī's ambivalence or active antagonism toward her son and AjAtasatru's rancor toward his mother were examples of the pathological relationship that pertains between mother and son in Eastern cultures, in distinction to the competition between father and son that Freud posited in his Oedipal Complex. This pathological relationship can be healed only through the mother's love and forgiveness, which redeem the child and thus reunite them.

Freudian criticism: A psychoanalytical approach to literature that understands the elements of a story or a character through the theories of the late nineteenth-century psychologist Sigmund Freud.

Freudianism ::: The beliefs and practice of psychoanalysis as devised by Sigmund Freud; particularly, the mechanism of psychological repression; the situation of sexual desire as central to the development of the persona; and the efficacy of the "talking cure" or psychoanalytic technique.[13][14]

Libido ::: Sigmund Freud’s terminology of sexual energy or sexual drive.

pathological: the quality of being diseased or dysfunctional. Sigmund Freud'spsychological theories describe and diagnose the sources of pathological social behavior in individuals.

Psychoanalysis ::: Developed by Sigmund Freud, this type of therapy is known for long term treatment, typically several times per week, where the unresolved issues from the individual&

Psychoanalysis: The system and school of psychotherapy originated by Sigmund Freud. This method consists in the use of such procedures as free association, automatic writing and especially dream-analysis to recover forgotten events, suppressed desires and other subconscious items which exert a disturbing influence on the conscious life of an individual. The cure of the psychic disturbances is effected by bringing the suppressed items into the full consciousness of the individual.

the method of psychological therapy originated by Sigmund Freud in which free association, dream interpretation, and analysis of resistance and transference are used to explore repressed or unconscious impulses, anxieties, and internal conflicts, in order to free psychic energy for mature love and work.



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1:Character is destiny ~ Sigmund Freud,
2:We are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
3:When inspiration does not come to me, I go halfway to meet it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
4:One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful. ~ Sigmund Freud,
5:Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and they will come forth, later, in uglier ways."~ Sigmund Freud,
6:The behavior of a human being in sexual matters is often a prototype for the whole of his other modes of reaction in life. ~ Sigmund Freud.,
7:No one who, like me, conjures up the most evil of those half-tamed demons that inhabit the human breast, and seeks to wrestle them, can expect to come through the struggle unscathed. ~ Sigmund Freud,
8:The poor ego has to serve three harsh masters, and it has to do its best to reconcile the claims and demands of all three...The three tyrants are the external world, the superego, and the id. ~ Sigmund Freud,
9:Sigmund Freud in his 1927 essay Humour (Der Humor) puts forth the following theory of the gallows humor: 'The ego refuses to be distressed by the provocations of reality, to let itself be compelled to suffer. It insists that it cannot be affected by the traumas of the external world; it shows, in fact, that such traumas are no more than occasions for it to gain pleasure.'
   ~ Wikipedia,
10:At this point it may be objected: well, then, if even the crabbed sceptics admit that the statements of religion cannot be confuted by reason, why should not I believe in them, since they have so much on their side:­ tradition, the concurrence of mankind, and all the consolation they yield? Yes, why not? Just as no one can be forced into belief, so no one can be forced into unbelief. But do not deceive yourself into thinking that with such arguments you are following the path of correct reasoning. If ever there was a case of facile argument, this is one. Ignorance is ignorance; no right to believe anything is derived from it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
11:My deepest debt in this book is to the General Semantics ('non-Aristotelian system') of Alfred Korzybski. I have also drawn heavily upon the works of other contributors to semantic thought: especially C. K. Ogden and I. A. Richards, Thorstein Veblen, Edward Sapir, Leonard Bloomfield, Karl R. Popper, Thurman Arnold, Jerome Frank, Jean Piaget, Charles Morris, Wendell Johnson, Irving J. Lee, Ernst Cassirer, Anatol Rapoport, Stuart Chase. I am also deeply indebted to the writings of numerous psychologists and psychiatrists with one or another of the dynamic points of view inspired by Sigmund Freud: Karl Menninger, Trigant Burrow, Carl Rogers, Kurt Lewin, N. R. F. Maier, Jurgen Ruesch, Gregory Bateson, Rudolf Dreikurs, Milton Rokeach. I have also found extremely helpful the writings of cultural anthropologists, especially those of Benjamin Lee Whorf, Ruth Benedict, Clyde Kluckhohn, Leslie A. White, Margaret Mead, Weston La Barre. ~ S. I. Hayakawa,
12:To The Works Of:
   Aristotle, Cassius J. Keyser, Eric T. Bell, G. W. Leibnitz, Eugen Bleuler, J. Locke, Niels Bohr, Jacques Loeb, George Boole, H. A. Lorentz, Max Born, Ernst Mach, Louis De Brogue, J. C. Maxwell, Georg Cantor, Adolf Meyer, Ernst Cassirer, Hermann Minkowsja, Charles M. Child, Isaac Newton, C. Darwin, Ivan Pavlov, Rene Descartes, Giuseppe Peano, P. A. M. Dirac, Max Planck, A. S. Eddington, Plato, Albert Einstein, H. Poincare, Euclid, M. Faraday, Sigmund Freud, Josiah Royce, Karl F. Gauss, G. Y. Rainich, G. B. Riemann, Bertrand Russell, Thomas Graham, Ernest Rutherford, Arthur Haas, E. Schrodinger, Wm. R. Hamilton, C. S. Sherrington, Henry Head, Socrates, Werner Heisenberg, Arnold Sommerfeld, C. Judson Herrick, Oswald Veblen, E. V. Huntington, Wm. Alanson White, Smith Ely Jeluffe, Alfred N. Whitehead, Ludwig Wittgenstein
   Which Have Creatly Influenced My Enquiry
   This System Is Dedicated ~ Alfred Korzybski, Science and Sanity,
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   50 Psychology Classics: List of Books Covered:
   Alfred Adler - Understanding Human Nature (1927)
   Gordon Allport - The Nature of Prejudice (1954)
   Albert Bandura - Self-Efficacy: The Exercise of Control (1997)
   Gavin Becker - The Gift of Fear (1997)
   Eric Berne - Games People Play (1964)
   Isabel Briggs Myers - Gifts Differing: Understanding Personality Type (1980)
   Louann Brizendine - The Female Brain (2006)
   David D Burns - Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy (1980)
   Susan Cain - Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking (2012)
   Robert Cialdini - Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion (1984)
   Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi - Creativity (1997)
   Carol Dweck - Mindset: The New Psychology of Success (2006)
   Albert Ellis & Robert Harper - (1961) A Guide To Rational Living(1961)
   Milton Erickson - My Voice Will Go With You (1982) by Sidney Rosen
   Eric Erikson - Young Man Luther (1958)
   Hans Eysenck - Dimensions of Personality (1947)
   Viktor Frankl - The Will to Meaning (1969)
   Anna Freud - The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense (1936)
   Sigmund Freud - The Interpretation of Dreams (1901)
   Howard Gardner - Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences (1983)
   Daniel Gilbert - Stumbling on Happiness (2006)
   Malcolm Gladwell - Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (2005)
   Daniel Goleman - Emotional Intelligence at Work (1998)
   John M Gottman - The Seven Principles For Making Marriage Work (1999)
   Temple Grandin - The Autistic Brain: Helping Different Kinds of Minds Succeed (2013)
   Harry Harlow - The Nature of Love (1958)
   Thomas A Harris - I'm OK - You're OK (1967)
   Eric Hoffer - The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements (1951)
   Karen Horney - Our Inner Conflicts (1945)
   William James - Principles of Psychology (1890)
   Carl Jung - The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (1953)
   Daniel Kahneman - Thinking, Fast and Slow (2011)
   Alfred Kinsey - Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953)
   RD Laing - The Divided Self (1959)
   Abraham Maslow - The Farther Reaches of Human Nature (1970)
   Stanley Milgram - Obedience To Authority (1974)
   Walter Mischel - The Marshmallow Test (2014)
   Leonard Mlodinow - Subliminal: How Your Unconscious Mind Rules Your Behavior (2012)
   IP Pavlov - Conditioned Reflexes (1927)
   Fritz Perls - Gestalt Therapy: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality (1951)
   Jean Piaget - The Language and Thought of the Child (1966)
   Steven Pinker - The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature (2002)
   VS Ramachandran - Phantoms in the Brain (1998)
   Carl Rogers - On Becoming a Person (1961)
   Oliver Sacks - The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (1970)
   Barry Schwartz - The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less (2004)
   Martin Seligman - Authentic Happiness (2002)
   BF Skinner - Beyond Freedom & Dignity (1953)
   Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton & Sheila Heen - Difficult Conversations (2000)
   William Styron - Darkness Visible (1990)
   ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Psychology Classics,

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1:There are no mistakes. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
2:The world is no nursery. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
3:Without love we fall ill. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
4:If you can't do it, give up! ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
5:If youth knew; if age could. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
6:We must love or we grow ill. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
7:Christmas is the alcoholidays ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
8:The goal of all life is death ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
9:The madman is a dreamer awake ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
10:Now it is nothing but torture. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
11:Not all men are worthy of love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
12:One is very crazy when in love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
13:A strong egoism is a protection. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
14:Where id was, there ego shall be. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
15:All that matters is love and work. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
16:If children could, if adults knew. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
17:Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
18:Opposition is not necessarily enmity. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
19:Time spent with cats is never wasted. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
20:America is a mistake, a giant mistake. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
21:Desire presses ever forward unsubdued. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
22:Love is a state of temporary psychosis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
23:The ego is not master in its own house. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
24:If it's not one thing, it's your mother. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
25:The paranoid is never entirely mistaken. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
26:dream is the dreamer's own psychical act. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
27:A woman should soften but not weaken a man. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
28:Where does a thought go when it's forgotten? ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
29:Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
30:That which we can't remember, we will repeat. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
31:History is just new people making old mistakes. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
32:Religion (is) a universal obsessional neurosis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
33:Religion is comparable to a childhood neurosis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
34:Neurosis is the inability to tolerate ambiguity. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
35:Psychoanalysis is in essence a cure through love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
36:Yes, America is gigantic, but a gigantic mistake. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
37:How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
38:Maturity is the ability to postpone gratification. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
39:The only unnatural sexual behavior is none at all. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
40:The voice of reason is small, but very persistent. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
41:From error to error one discovers the entire truth. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
42:I had thought about cocaine in a kind of day-dream. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
43:Love and work are the cornerstones of our humanness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
44:Love and work, work and love... that's all there is. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
45:Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
46:Religion: Something comparable to childhood neurosis ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
47:Smoking is indispensable if one has nothing to kiss. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
48:When we share - that is poetry in the prose of life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
49:At bottom God is nothing more than an exalted father. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
50:Dreams are constructed from the residue of yesterday. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
51:Man has, as it were, become a kind of prosthetic God. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
52:Being entirely honest with oneself is a good exercise. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
53:Hatred of Judaism is at bottom hatred of Christianity. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
54:Love can not be much younger than the lust for murder. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
55:Only a good-for-nothing is not interested in his past. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
56:The price of civilization is instinctual renunciation. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
57:If you want to endure life, prepare yourself for death. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
58:It is not attention that the child is seeking, but love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
59:Crystals reveal their hidden structures only when broken. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
60:Dreams are the guardians of sleep and not its disturbers. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
61:Intelligence will be used in the service of the neurosis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
62:Writing was in its origin, the voice of an absent person. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
63:We are what we are because we have been what we have been. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
64:All giving is asking, and all asking is an asking for love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
65:I've been a fortunate man in life, nothing has come easily. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
66:The game replaces sexual enjoyment by pleasure in movement. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
67:Everywhere I go I find that a poet has been there before me. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
68:Loneliness and darkness have just robbed me of my valuables. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
69:Religion [is] the universal obsessional neurosis of humanity ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
70:Talk therapy turns hysterical misery to mundane unhappiness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
71:Writers write for fame, wealth, power and the love of women. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
72:Dreams are often most profound when they seem the most crazy. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
73:The dream acts as a safety-valve for the over-burdened brain. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
74:We are never so defensless against suffering as when we love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
75:When inspiration does not come to me, I go halfway to meet it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
76:He does not believe that does not live according to his belief. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
77:I regard myself as one of the most dangerous enemies of religion ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
78:An overwhelming majority of symbols in dreams are sexual symbols. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
79:In the small matters trust the mind, in the large ones the heart. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
80:The only shame in masturbation is the shame of not doing it well. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
81:The psychical, whatever its nature may be, is itself unconscious. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
82:All family life is organized around the most damaged person in it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
83:When one does not have what one wants, one must want what one has. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
84:Love in the form of longing and deprivation lowers the self regard. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
85:The sexual life of adult women is a "dark continent" for psychology. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
86:The intention that man should be happy is not in the plan of Creation. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
87:The whole life of instinct serves the one end of bringing about death. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
88:When we attempt to imagine death, we perceive ourselves as spectators. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
89:public self is a conditioned construct of the inner psychological self. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
90:By abolishing private property one deprives the human love of aggression. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
91:Flowers are restful to look at. They have neither emotions nor conflicts. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
92:Our fascination with gold is related to the fantasies of early childhood. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
93:We are so made that we can derive intense enjoyment only from a contrast. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
94:Where they love they do not desire and where they desire they do not love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
95:Sadism is all right in its place, but it should be directed to proper ends. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
96:This is one race of people for whom psychoanalysis is of no use whatsoever. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
97:The idea of life having a purpose stands and falls with the religious system. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
98:Immorality, no less than morality, has at all times found support in religion. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
99:It is a great injustice to persecute homosexuality as a crime, and cruelty too ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
100:Knowledge is the intellectual manipulation of carefully verified observations. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
101:Men are more moral than they think and far more immoral than they can imagine. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
102:The meager satisfaction that man can extract from reality leaves him starving. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
103:Tobacco is the only excuse for Columbus's misadventure in discovering America. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
104:Where such men love they have no desire and where they desire they cannot love ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
105:A man's heterosexuality will not put up with any homosexuality, and vice versa. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
106:Analogies, it is true, decide nothing, but they can make one feel more at home. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
107:Whatever fosters the growth of civilization works at the same time against war. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
108:What is characteristic of illusions is that they are derived from human wishes. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
109:America is a mistake, admittedly a gigantic mistake, but a mistake nevertheless. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
110:Civilization began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
111:Just as no one can be forced into belief, so no one can be forced into unbelief. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
112:The mind is like an iceberg, it floats with one-seventh of its bulk above water. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
113:When someone abuses me I can defend myself, but against praise I am defenceless. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
114:The effect of the consolations of religion may be compared to that of a narcotic. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
115:The inclination to aggression constitutes the greatest impediment to civilization. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
116:One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
117:To be completely honest with oneself is the very best effort a human being can make. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
118:Cruelty and intolerance to those who do not belong to it are natural to every religion. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
119:Much of our highly valued cultural heritage has been acquired at the cost of sexuality. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
120:My love is something valuable to me which I ought not to throw away without reflection. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
121:I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father's protection. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
122:The first human who hurled an insult instead of a stone was the founder of civilization. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
123:If you want your wife to listen to you, then talk to another woman; she will be all ears. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
124:It is not so much that man is a herd animal, but that he is a horde animal led by a chief. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
125:Like the physical, the psychical is not necessarily in reality what it appears to us to be. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
126:Opposition is not necessarily enmity; it is merely misused and made an occasion for enmity. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
127:When a man is freed of religion, he has a better chance to live a normal and wholesome life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
128:Adolescent stage in the development of the human race from which humanity should free itself. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
129:The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it does not rest until it has gained a hearing. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
130:We choose not randomly each other. We meet only those who already exists in our subconscious. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
131:Were we fully to understand the reasons for other people's behavior, it would all make sense. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
132:A certain degree of neurosis is of inestimable value as a drive, especially to a psychologist. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
133:I have found little &
134:In the last analysis the entire field of psychology may reduce to biological electrochemistry. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
135:Not to know the past is to be in bondage to it, while to remember, to know, is to be set free. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
136:The virtuous man contents himself with dreaming that which the wicked man does in actual life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
137:Conscience is the internal perception of the rejection of a particular wish operating within us. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
138:In matters of sexuality we are at present, every one of us, ill or well, nothing but hypocrites. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
139:None believes in his own death. In the unconscious everyone is convinced of his own immortality. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
140:Words have a magical power. They can either bring the greatest happiness or the deepest despair. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
141:In mourning it is the world which has become poor and empty; in melancholia it is the ego itself. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
142:Men are strong so long as they represent a strong idea they become powerless when they oppose it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
143:Two hallmarks of a healthy life are the abilities to love and to work. Each requires imagination. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
144:Civilized people have exchanged some part of their chances of happiness for a measure of security. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
145:Demons do not exist any more than gods do, being only the products of the psychic activity of man. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
146:Humor is a means of obtaining pleasure in spite of the distressing effects that interface with it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
147:Perception is less of a recording system and more of a protection system against external stimuli. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
148:The most complicated achievements of thought are possible without the assistance of consciousness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
149:Whoever loves becomes humble. Those who love have, so to speak, pawned a part of their narcissism. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
150:A collection to which nothing can be added and from which nothing can be removed is, in fact, dead! ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
151:Psychiatry is the art of teaching people how to stand on their own feet while reclining on couches. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
152:After all, we did not invent symbolism; it is a universal age-old activity of the human imagination. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
153:A hero is a man who stands up manfully against his father and in the end victoriously overcomes him. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
154:Illusions commend themselves to us because they save us pain and allow us to enjoy pleasure instead. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
155:Only the real, rare, true scientific minds can endure doubt, which is attached to all our knowledge. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
156:Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
157:A man who has been the indisputable favorite of his mother keeps for life the feeling of a conqueror. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
158:I do not in the least underestimate bisexuality... I expect it to provide all further enlightenment. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
159:The ego represents what we call reason and sanity, in contrast to the id which contains the passions. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
160:One must not be mean with the affections; what is spent of the fund is renewed in the spending itself. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
161:A father's death is the most important event, the more heartbreaking and poignant loss in a man's life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
162:Civilization runs a greater risk if we maintain our present attitude to religion than if we give it up. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
163:It is impossible to overlook the extent to which civilization is built upon a renunciation of instinct. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
164:Religion originates in the child's and young mankind's fears and need for help. It cannot be otherwise. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
165:Children are completely egoistic; they feel their needs intensely and strive ruthlessly to satisfy them. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
166:The interpretation of dreams is the royal road to a knowledge of the unconscious activities of the mind. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
167:The unconscious of one human being can react upon that of another without passing through the conscious. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
168:In the important decisions of personal life, we should be governed by the deep inner needs of our nature. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
169:The psychic development of the individual is a short repetition of the course of development of the race. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
170:I became aware of my destiny: to belong to the critical minority as opposed to the unquestioning majority. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
171:Religion belonged to the infancy of humanity. Now that humanity had come of age, it should be left behind. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
172:Do you not know how uncontrolled and unreliable the average human being is in all that concerns sexual life? ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
173:It might be said of psychoanalysis that if you give it your little finger it will soon have your whole hand. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
174:Neither in my private life nor in my writings, have I ever made a secret of being an out-and-out unbeliever. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
175:The liberty of the individual is no gift of civilization. It was greatest before there was any civilization. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
176:America is the most grandiose experiment the world has seen, but, I am afraid, it is not going to be a success. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
177:You wanted to kill your father in order to be your father yourself. Now you are your father, but a dead father. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
178:In human beings pure masculinity or femininity is not to be found either in a psychological or biological sense. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
179: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, @wisdomtrove
180:No neurotic harbors thoughts of suicide which are not murderous impulses against others redirected upon himself. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
181:Religion is an illusion and it derives its strength from the fact that it falls in with our instinctual desires. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
182:The act of birth is the first experience of anxiety, and thus the source and prototype of the affect of anxiety. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
183:The aim of psychoanalysis is to relieve people of their neurotic unhappiness so that they can be normally unhappy. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
184:The doctor should be opaque to his patients and, like a mirror, should show them nothing but what is shown to him. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
185:The more the fruits of knowledge become accessible to men, the more widespread is the decline of religious belief. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
186:The wish to be able to fly is to be understood as nothing else than a longing to be capable of sexual performance. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
187:When making a decision of minor importance, I have always found it advantageous to consider all the pros and cons. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
188:A religion, even if it calls itself a religion of love, must be hard and unloving to those who do not belong to it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
189:A belligerent state permits itself every such misdeed, every such act of violence, as would disgrace the individual. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
190:The creative writer does the same as the child at play; he creates a world of fantasy which he takes very seriously. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
191:The genitals themselves have not undergone the development of the rest of the human form in the direction of beauty. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
192:In the depths of my heart I can’t help being convinced that my dear fellow-men, with a few exceptions, are worthless. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
193:Beauty has no obvious use; nor is there any clear cultural necessity for it. Yet civilization could not do without it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
194:But the less a man knows about the past and the present the more insecure must prove to be his judgment of the future. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
195:The price we pay for our advance in civilization is a loss of happiness through the heightening of the sense of guilt. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
196:What progress we are making. In the Middle Ages they would have burned me. Now they are content with burning my books. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
197:Words and magic were in the beginning one and the same thing, and even today words retain much of their magical power. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
198:Civilized society is perpetually menaced with disintegration through this primary hostility of men towards one another. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
199:In the long run, nothing can withstand reason and experience, and the contradiction religion offers to both is palpable. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
200:One must learn to give up momentary, uncertain and destructive pleasure for delayed, restrained, but dependable pleasure. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
201:The behavior of a human being in sexual matters is often a prototype for the whole of his other modes of reaction in life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
202:Conservatism, however, is too often a welcome excuse for lazy minds, loath to adapt themselves to fast changing conditions. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
203:The Irish are the one race for which psychoanalysis is of no use whatsoever... because they already live in a dream world. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
204:The primitive stages can always be re-established; the primitive mind is, in the fullest meaning of the word, imperishable. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
205:It is easy to see that the ego is that part of the id which has been modified by the direct influence of the external world. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
206:No, our science is no illusion. But an illusion it would be to suppose that what science cannot give us we can get elsewhere. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
207:You can always make a lot of people love one another so long as there are a smaller number outside the group for them to kick. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
208:A piece of creative writing, like a day-dream, is a continuation of, and a substitute for, what was once the play of childhood. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
209:It is a predisposition of human nature to consider an unpleasant idea untrue, and then it is easy to find arguments against it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
210:We are so constituted that we can gain intense pleasure only from the contrast, and only very little from the condition itself. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
211:Where questions of religion are concerned, people are guilty of every possible sort of dishonesty and intellectual misdemeanor. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
212:Anxiety in children is originally nothing other than an expression of the fact they are feeling the loss of the person they love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
213:I had the greatest respect for the authorities of my day&
214:I no longer believe that William Shakespeare the actor from Stratford was the author of the works that have been ascribed to him. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
215:Plaque was placed on 6 May 1977 at Bellevue (a house on the slopes of the Wienerwald) where the Freud family spent their summers. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
216:What a distressing contrast there is between the radiant intelligence of the child and the feeble mentality of the average adult. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
217:When the wayfarer whistles in the dark, he may be disavowing his timidity, but he does not see any the more clearly for doing so. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
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219:Intolerance of groups is often, strangely enough, exhibited more strongly against small differences than against fundamental ones. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
220:Most people do not really want freedom, because freedom involves responsibility, and most people are frightened of responsibility. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
221:We should picture the instrument that carries our mental functioning as resembling a compound microscope or photographic apparatus. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
222:A string of reproaches against other people leads one to suspect the existence of a string of self-reproaches with the same content. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
223:Only a rebuke that &
224:The dream is the liberation of the spirit from the pressure of external nature, a detachment of the soul from the fetters of matter. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
225:I consider it a good rule for letter-writing to leave unmentioned what the recipient already knows, and instead tell him something new. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
226:Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us O'er the world's tempestuous sea; Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us, For we have no help but Thee. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
227:Analysis does not set out to make pathological reactions impossible, but to give the patient's ego freedom to decide one way or another. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
228:We believe that civilization has been created under the pressure of the exigencies of life at the cost of satisfaction of the instincts. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
229:Dogs love their friends and bite their enemies, quite unlike people, who are incapable of pure love and always have to mix love and hate. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
230:I have never doubted that religious phenomena are only to be understood on the pattern of the individual neurotic symptoms familiar to us. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
231: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, @wisdomtrove
232:Religious illusion must bow to scientific truth. It is in total error about the nature of the true world. Only science is not an illusion. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
233:Sexual morality - as society in its extreme form, the American, defines it - is contemptible. I advocate an incomparably freer sexual life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
234:We are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love, never so forlornly unhappy as when we have lost our love object or its love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
235:Homosexuality is assuredly no advantage, but it is nothing to be ashamed of, no vice, no degradation, it cannot be classified as an illness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
236:The essence of analysis is surprise. When people are themselves surprised by what they say, that's when they are really making some progress. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
237:Toward the person who has died we adopt a special attitude: something like admiration for someone who has accomplished a very difficult task. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
238:I am actually not at all a man of science, not an observer, not an experimenter, not a thinker. I am by temperament nothing but a conquistador ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
239:Religious doctrines are all illusions, they do not admit of proof, and no one can be compelled to consider them as true or to believe in them. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
240:[The child receives impressions like] a photographic exposure that can be developed after any interval of time and transformed into a picture. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
241:Poets are masters of us ordinary men, in knowledge of the mind, because they drink at streams which we have not yet made accessible to science. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
242:The psychoanalysis of neurotics has taught us to recognize the intimate connection between wetting the bed and the character trait of ambition. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
243:To endure life remains, when all is said, the first duty of all living being Illusion can have no value if it makes this more difficult for us. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
244:A man should not strive to eliminate his complexes but to get into accord with them: they are legitimately what directs his conduct in the world. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
245:My boy! Smoking is one of the greatest and cheapest enjoyments in life, and if you decide in advance not to smoke, i can only feel sorry for you. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
246: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, @wisdomtrove
247:What we call happiness in the strictest sense comes from the (preferably sudden) satisfaction of needs which have been dammed up to a high degree. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
248:When a love-relationship is at its height there is no room left for any interest in the environment; a pair of lovers are sufficient to themselves ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
249:What good to us is a long life if it is difficult and barren of joys, and if it is so full of misery that we can only welcome death as a deliverer? ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
250: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, @wisdomtrove
251:The motive forces of phantasies are unsatisfied wishes, and every single phantasy is the fulfillment of a wish, a correction of unsatisfying reality. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
252:The only person with whom you have to compare ourselves, is that you in the past. And the only per-son better you should be, this is who you are now. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
253:The poets and philosophers before me discovered the unconscious; what I discovered was the scientific method by which the unconscious can be studied. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
254:There is to my mind no doubt that the concept of beautiful had its roots in sexual excitation and that its original meaning was sexually stimulating. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
255:Life as we find it is too hard for us; it entails too much pain, too many disappointments, impossible tasks. We cannot do without palliative remedies. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
256:[The child] takes his play very seriously and he expends large amounts of emotion on it. The opposite of play is not what is serious but what is real. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
257:The sexual wishes in regard to the mother become more intense and the father is perceived as an obstacle to the; this gives rise to the Oedipus complex. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
258:I cannot face the idea of life without work. What would one do when ideas failed or words refused to come? It is impossible not to shudder at the thought. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
259:The communal life of human beings had . . . a two-fold foundation: the compulsion to work, which was created by external necessity, and the power of love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
260:The conscious mind may be compared to a fountain playing in the sun and falling back into the great subterranean pool of subconscious from which it rises. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
261:The religions of mankind must be classed among the mass-delusions of this kind. No one, needless to say, who shares a delusion ever recognizes it as such. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
262:We must reckon with the possibility that something in the nature of the sexual instinct itself is unfavorable to the realization of complete satisfaction. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
263:Humanity is in the highest degree irrational, so that there is no prospect of influencing it by reasonable arguments. Against prejudice one can do nothing. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
264:Sexuality is the key to the problem of the psychoneuroses and of the neuroses in general. No one who disdains the key will ever be able to unlock the door. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
265:We must not allow ourselves to be deflected by the feminists who are anxious to force us to regard the two sexes as completely equal in position and worth. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
266:all the categories which we employ to describe conscious mental acts, such as ideas, purposes, resolutions, and so on, can be applied tothese latent states. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
267:I prefer the company of animals more than the company of humans. Certainly, a wild animal is cruel. But to be merciless is the privilege of civilized humans. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
268:Neurotics complain of their illness, but they make the most of it, and when it comes to taking it away from them they will defend it like a lioness her young. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
269:Perhaps the gods are kind to us, by making life more disagreeable as we grow older. In the end death seems less intolerable than the manifold burdens we carry ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
270:Thinking is an experimental dealing with small quantities of energy, just as a general moves miniature figures over a map before setting his troops in action. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
271:My psychoanalysis has equipped you with the equivalent of a train ticket to recovery. It is now your decision whether or not you choose to make full use of it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
272:Every normal person, in fact, is only normal on the average. His ego approximates to that of the psychotic in some part or other and to a greater or lesser extent. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
273:I cannot face with comfort the idea of life without work; work and the free play of the imagination are for me the same thing, I take no pleasure in anything else. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
274:A love that does not discriminate seems to me to forfeit a part of its own value, by doing an injustice to its object; and secondly, not all men are worthy of love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
275:But one thing about human beings puzzles me the most is their conscious effort to be connected with the object of their affection even if it kills them slowly within. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
276:A civilization which leaves so large a number of its participants unsatisfied and drives them into revolt neither has nor deserves the prospect of a lasting existence. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
277:In the development of mankind as a whole, just as in individuals, love alone acts as the civilizing factor in the sense that it brings a change from egoism to altruism. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
278:My way of working was different years ago. I used to wait until an idea came to me. Now I go half-way to meet it, though I don't know whether I find it any the quicker. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
279:We have long observed that every neurosis has the result, and therefore probably the purpose, of forcing the patient out of real life, of alienating him from actuality. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
280:The news that reaches your consciousness is incomplete and often not to be relied on... . Turn your eyes inward, look into your own depths, learn first to know yourself! ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
281:I think that in general it is a good plan occasionally to bear in mind the fact that people were in the habit of dreaming before there was such a thing as psychoanalysis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
282:Religious ideas have sprung from the same need as all the other achievements of culture: from the necessity for defending itself against the crushing supremacy of nature. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
283:The dream unites the grossest contradictions, permits impossibilities, sets aside the knowledge that influences us by day, and exposes us as ethically and morally obtuse. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
284: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, @wisdomtrove
285:We know that the great majority of people have a strong need for authority which it can admire, to which it can submit, and which dominates and sometimes even ill-treats it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
286:Instinct of love toward an object demands a mastery to obtain it, and if a person feels they can't control the object or feel threatened by it, they act negatively toward it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
287:If the truth of religious doctrines is dependent on an inner experience that bears witness to the truth, what is one to make of the many people who do not have that experience? ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
288:There is a powerful force within us, an un-illuminated part of the mind - separate from the conscious mind that is constantly at work molding our thought, feelings, and actions. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
289:There is little that gives children greater pleasure than when a grown-up lets himself down to their level, renounces his oppressive superiority and plays with them as an equal. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
290:It is always possible to bind together a considerable number of people in love, so long as there are other people left over to receive the manifestations of their aggressiveness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
291:One becomes gradually accustomed to a new realization of the nature of &
292:We may say that hysteria is a caricature of an artistic creation, a compulsion neurosis a caricature of a religion, and a paranoiac delusion a caricature of a philosophic system. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
293:If a man has been his mother's undisputed darling he retains throughout life the triumphant feeling, the confidence in success, which not seldom brings actual success along with it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
294:Just as a cautious businessman avoids investing all his capital in one concern, so wisdom would probably admonish us also not to anticipate all our happiness from one quarter alone. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
295:What is common in all these dreams is obvious. They completely satisfy wishes excited during the day which remain unrealized. They are simply and undisguisedly realizations of wishes. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
296:I was making frequent use of cocaine at that time ... I had been the first to recommend the use of cocaine, in 1885, and this recommendation had brought serious reproaches down on me. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
297:I do not think our successes can compete with those of Lourdes. There are so many more people who believe in the miracles of the Blessed Virgin than in the existence of the unconscious. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
298:The transformation of object-libido into narcissistic libido which thus takes place obviously implies an abandonment of sexual aims, a desexualization - a kind of sublimation, therefore. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
299:No one who, like me, conjures up the most evil of those half-tamed demons that inhabit the human breast, and seeks to wrestle with them, can expect to come through the struggle unscathed. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
300:Neurosis is the result of a conflict between the ego and its id, whereas psychosis is the analogous outcome of a similar disturbance in the relation between the ego and the external world. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
301:The three major mother gods of the Eastern populations seemed to be generating and destroying entities at the same time; both goddesses of life and fertility as well as goddesses of death. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
302: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, @wisdomtrove
303:The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is &
304:The true believer is in a high degree protected against the danger of certain neurotic afflictions; by accepting the universal neurosis he is spared the task of forming a personal neurosis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
305:Might we not say that every child at play behaves like a creative writer, in that he creates a world of his own, or, rather, rearranges the things of his world in a new way which pleases him? ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
306:Look into the depths of your own soul and learn first to know yourself, then you will understand why this illness was bound to come upon you and perhaps you will thenceforth avoid falling ill. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
307:He that has eyes to see and ears to hear may convince himself that no mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips; betrayal oozes out of him at every pore. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
308:Even if all parts of a problem seem to fit together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, one has to remember that the probable need not necessarily be the truth and the truth not always probable. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
309:Once again, only religion can answer the question of the purpose of life. One can hardly be wrong in concluding that the idea of life having a purpose stands and falls with the religious system. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
310:Our unconscious, then, does not believe in its own death; it behaves as if it were immortal. It knows nothing that is negative; in it contradictories coincide. This may be the secret of heroism. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
311: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, @wisdomtrove
312:A poor girl may have an illusion that a prince will come and fetch her home. It is possible, some such cases have occurred. That the Messiah will come and found a golden age is much less probable. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
313:A strong egoism is a protection against disease, but in the last resort we must begin to love in order that we may not fall ill, and must fall ill if, in consequence of frustration, we cannot love. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
314: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, @wisdomtrove
315:The most ancient and important taboo prohibitions are the two basic laws of totemism: not to kill the totem animal and to avoid sexual intercourse with members of the totem clan of the opposite sex. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
316:Cigars served me for precisely fifty years as protection and a weapon in the combat of life... I owe to the cigar a great intensification of my capacity to work and a facilitation of my self-control. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
317:We know less about the sexual life of little girls than of boys. But we need not feel ashamed of this distinction; after all, the sexual life of adult women is a &
318:A transference neurosis corresponds to a conflict between ego and id, a narcissistic neurosis corresponds to that between between ego and super-ego, and a psychosis to that between ego and outer world. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
319:Civilization has little to fear from educated people and brain-workers. In them the replacement of religious motives for civilized behaviors by other, secular motives, would proceed unobtrusively. . . . ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
320:I am not aware, however, that patients suffering from traumatic neurosis are much occupied in their waking lives with memories of their accident. Perhaps they are more concerned with not thinking of it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
321:Religion is an attempt to get control over the sensory world, in which we are placed, by means of the wish-world which we have developed inside us as a result of biological and psychological necessites. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
322:Creativity is an attempt to resolve a conflict generated by unexpressed biological impulses, such that unfulfilled desires are the driving force of the imagination, and they fuel our dreams and daydreams. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
323:But the repressed merges into the id as well, and is merely a part of it. The repressed is only cut off sharply from the ego by the resistances of repression; it can communicate with the ego through the id. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
324:Man has, as it were, become a kind of prosthetic God. When he puts on all his auxiliary organs, he is truly magnificent; but those organs have not grown on him and they still give him much trouble at times. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
325:This transmissibility of taboo is a reflection of the tendency, on which we have already remarked, for the unconscious instinct in the neurosis to shift constantly along associative paths on to new objects. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
326:Every man has a right over his own life and war destroys lives that were full of promise; it forces the individual into situations that shame his manhood, obliging him to murder fellow men, against his will. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
327:One thing only do I know for certain and that is that man's judgments of value follow directly his wishes for happiness-that, accordingly, they are an attempt to support his illusions with arguments. [p.111] ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
328:The goal towards which the pleasure principle impels us - of becoming happy - is not attainable: yet we may not - nay, cannot - give up the efforts to come nearer to realization of it by some means or other. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
329:The individual does actually carry on a double existence: one designed to serve his own purposes and another as a link in a chain, in which he serves against, or at any rate without, any volition of his own. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
330:These [religious ideas] are given out as teachings, are not precipitates of experience or end-results of thinking: they are illusions, fullfilments of the oldest, strongest and most urgent wishes of mankind. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
331:As regards intellectual work it remains a fact, indeed, that great decisions in the realm of thought and momentous discoveries and solutions of problems are only possible to an individual, working in solitude. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
332:It often seems that the poet's derisive comment is not unjustified when he says of the philosopher: With his nightcaps and the tatters of his dressing-gown he patches the gaps in the structure of the universe. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
333:I take up the standpoint that the tendency to aggression is an innate, independent, instinctual disposition in man, and I come back now to the statement that it constitutes the most powerful obstacle to culture. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
334: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, @wisdomtrove
335:The different religions have never overlooked the part played by the sense of guilt in civilization. What is more, they come forward with a claim... to save mankind from this sense of guilt, which they call sin. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
336: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, @wisdomtrove
337:A state of consciousness is characteristically very transitory; an idea that is conscious now is no longer so a moment later, although it can become so again under certain conditions that are easily brought about. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
338:The defense against childish helplessness is what lends its characteristic features to the adult's reaction to the helplessness which he has to acknowledge - a reaction which is precisely the formation of religion. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
339:If there are quarrels between the parents or if their marriage is unhappy, the ground will be prepared in their children for the severest predisposition to a disturbance of sexual development or to neurotic illness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
340:The first requisite of civilization, therefore, is that of justice that is, the assurance that a law once made will not be broken in favour of an individual. This implies nothing as to the ethical value of such a law. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
341:Concerning the factors of silence, solitude and darkness, we can only say that they are actually elements in the production of the infantile anxiety from which the majority of human beings have never become quite free. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
342:There is no doubt that the resistance of the conscious and unconscious ego operates under the sway of the pleasure principle: it seeks to avoid the unpleasure which would be produced by the liberation of the repressed. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
343:In some place in my soul, in a very hidden corner, I am a fanatical Jew. I am very much astonished to discover myself as such in spite of all efforts to be unprejudiced and impartial. What can I do against it at my age? ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
344:Men are not gentle, friendly creatures wishing for love, who simply defend themselves if they are attacked, but ... a powerful measure of desire for aggression had to be reckoned as part of their instinctual endowment. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
345:The impression forces itself upon one that men measure by false standards, that everyone seeks power, success, riches for himself, and admires others who attain them, while undervaluing the truly precious thing in life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
346:The Mosaic religion had been a Father religion; Christianity became a Son religion. The old God, the Father, took second place; Christ, the Son, stood in His stead, just as in those dark times every son had longed to do. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
347:A strong experience in the present awakens in the creative writer a memory of an earlier experience (usually belonging to his childhood) from which there now proceeds a wish which finds its fulfilment in the creative work. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
348:Religion is a system of wishful illusions together with a disavowal of reality, such as we find nowhere else but in a state of blissful hallucinatory confusion. Religion's eleventh commandment is "Thou shalt not question." ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
349: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, @wisdomtrove
350:I do not doubt that it would be easier for fate to take away your suffering than it would for me. But you will see for yourself that much has been gained if we succeed in turning your hysterical misery into common unhappiness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
351:The poor ego has a still harder time of it; it has to serve three harsh masters, and it has to do its best to reconcile the claims and demands of all three... The three tyrants are the external world, the superego, and the id. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
352:The state in which the ideas existed before being made conscious is called by us repression, and we assert that the force which instituted the repression and maintains it is perceived as resistance during the work of analysis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
353:The very emphasis of the commandment: Thou shalt not kill, makes it certain that we are descended from an endlessly long chain of generations of murderers, whose love of murder was in their blood as it is perhaps also in ours. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
354:The voice of the intellect is soft one, but it does not rest until it has gained a hearing. Ultimately, after endless rebuffs, it succeeds. This is one of the few points in which one may be optimistic about the future of mankind. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
355:We have become convinced that it is better to avoid such symbolic disguisings of the truth in what we tell children and not to withhold from them a knowledge of the true state of affairs commensurate with their intellectual level. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
356:Obviously one must hold oneself responsible for the evil impulses of one's dreams. In what other way can one deal with them? Unless the content of the dream rightly understood is inspired by alien spirits, it is part of my own being. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
357: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, @wisdomtrove
358:It could be ventured to understand obsessive compulsive neurosis as the pathological counterpart of religious development, to define neurosis as an individual religiosity; to define religion as a universal obsessive compulsive neurosis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
359:Illusions commend themselves to us because they save us pain and allow us to enjoy pleasure instead. We must therefore accept it without complaint when they sometimes collide with a bit of reality against which they are dashed to pieces. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
360:The whole thing [religion] is so patently infantile, so foreign to reality, that to anyone with a friendly attitude to humanity it is painful to think that the great majority of mortals will never be able to rise above this view of life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
361:One feels inclined to say that the intention that man should be &
362:One must not be mean with affections; what is spent of the funds is renewed in the spending itself. Left untouched for too long, they diminish imperceptibly or the lock gets rusty; they are there all right but one cannot make use of them. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
363:When a man has once brought himself to accept uncritically all the absurdities that religious doctrines put before him and even to overlook the contradictions between them, we need not be greatly suprised at the weakness of his intellect. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
364:It almost looks like analysis were the third of those &
365:The pleasure of satisfying a savage instinct, undomesticated by the ego, is uncomparably much more intense than the one of satisfying a tamed instinct. The reason is becoming the enemy that prevents us from a lot of possibilities of pleasure. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
366:Religion is the process of unconscious wish fulfillment, where, for certain people, if the process did not take place it would put them in self-danger of coming to mental harm, being unable to cope with the idea of a godless, purposeless life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
367:In almost every place where we find totems we also find a law against persons of the same totem having sexual relations with one another and consequently against their marrying. This, then, is &
368:In so doing, the idea forces itself upon him that religion is comparable to a childhood neurosis, and he is optimistic enough to suppose that mankind will surmount this neurotic phase, just as so many children grow out of their similar neurosis. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
369:Mans most disagreeable habits and idiosyncrasies, his deceit, his cowardice, his lack of reverence, are engendered by his incomplete adjustment to a complicated civilisation. It is the result of the conflict between our instincts and our culture. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
370:... perhaps the hopes I have confessed to are of an illusory nature, too. But I hold fast to one distinction. Apart from the fact that no penalty is imposed for not sharing them, my illusions are not, like religious ones, incapable of correction. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
371:It is impossible to escape the impression that people commonly use false standards of measurement - that they seek power, success and wealth for themselves and admire them in others, and that they underestimate what is of true value in life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
372:No one who has seen a baby sinking back satiated from the breast and falling asleep with flushed cheeks and a blissful smile can escape the reflection that this picture persists as a prototype of the expression of sexual satisfaction in later life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
373:No matter how much restriction civilization imposes on the individual, he nevertheless finds some way to circumvent it. Wit is the best safety valve modern man has evolved; the more civilization, the more repression, the more need there is for wit.". ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
374:It would be very nice if there were a God who created the world and was a benevolent providence, and if there were a moral order in the universe and an after-life; but it is a very striking fact that all this is exactly as we are bound to wish it to be. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
375:It sounds not only disagreeable but also paradoxical, yet it must nevertheless be said that anyone who is to be really free and happy in love must have surmounted his respect for women and have come to terms with the idea of incest with his mother or sister. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
376: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, @wisdomtrove
377:Thinking in pictures is, therefore, only a very incomplete form of becoming conscious. In some way, too, it stands nearer to unconscious processes than does thinking in words, and it is unquestionably older than the latter both ontogenetically and phylogenetically. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
378:The ego refuses to be distressed by the provocations of reality, to let itself be compelled to suffer. It insists that it cannot be affected by the traumas of the external world; it shows, in fact, that such traumas are no more than occasions for it to gain pleasure. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
379:An intimate friend and a hated enemy have always been indispensable requirements for my emotional life; I have always been able to create them anew, and not infrequently my childish ideal has been so closely approached that friend and enemy coincided in the same person. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
380:I should like to raise the question whether the inevitable stunting of the sense of smell as a result of man's turning away from the earth, and the organic repression of the smell-pleasure produced by it, does not largely share in his predisposition to nervous diseases. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
381: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&
382:Just as a satisfaction of instinct spells happiness for us, so severe suffering is caused us if the external world lets us starve, if it refuses to sate our needs. One may therefore hope to be freed from a part of one's sufferings by influencing the instinctual impulses. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
383:I have found little that is &
384:Men have gained control over the forces of nature to such an extent that with their help they would have no difficulty exterminating one another to the last man. They know this, and hence comes a large part of their current unrest, their unhappiness and their mood of anxiety. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
385: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, @wisdomtrove
386:When it happens that a person has to give up a sexual object, there quite often ensues an alteration of his ego which can only be described as a setting up of the object inside the ego, as it occurs in melancholia; the exact nature of this substitution is as yet unknown to us. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
387:Civilization is a process in the service of Eros, whose purpose is to combine single human individuals, and after that families, then races, peoples and nations, into one great unity, the unity of mankind. Why this has to happen, we do not know; the work of Eros is precisely this. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
388:There is a psychological technique which makes it possible to interpret dreams, and ... if that procedure is employed, every dream reveals itself as a psychical structure which has a meaning and which can be inserted at an assignable point in the mental activities of waking life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
389:The gods retain their threefold task: they must exorcize the terrors of nature, they must reconcile men to the cruelty of Fate, particularly as it is shown in death, and they must compensate them for the sufferings and privations which a civilized life in common has imposed on them. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
390:Properly speaking, the unconscious is the real psychic; its inner nature is just as unknown to us as the reality of the external world, and it is just as imperfectly reported to us through the data of consciousness as is the external world through the indications of our sensory organs. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
391:Free sexual intercourse between young males and respectable girls" was urgently necessary or society was "doomed to fall a victim to incurable neuroses which reduce the enjoyment of life to a minimum, destroy the marriage relation and bring hereditary ruin on the whole coming generation. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
392:It is a mistake to believe that science consists in nothing but conclusively proved propositions, and it is unjust to demand that it should. It is a demand made by those who feel a craving for authority in some form to replace the religious catechism by something else, even a scientific one. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
393:A lady once expressed herself in society - the very words show that they were uttered with fervour and under the pressure of a great many secret emotions: "Yes, a woman must be pretty if she is to please the men. A man is much better off. As long as he has five straight limbs, he needs no more!" ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
394:The moment a man questions the meaning and value of life, he is sick, since objectively neither has any existence; by asking this question one is merely admitting to a store of unsatisfied libido to which something else must have happened, a kind of fermentation leading to sadness and depression. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
395:Woe to you, my Princess, when I come. I will kiss you quite red and feed you till you are plump. And if you are froward, you shall see who is the stronger, a gentle little girl who doesn't eat enough, or a big wild man who has cocaine in his body. - A love letter from Freud to his fiancée. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
396:The pleasure principle long persists, however, as the method of working employed by the sexual instincts, which are so hard to &
397:Long ago man formed an ideal conception of omnipotence and omniscience which he embodied in his gods. Whatever seemed unattainable to his desires - or forbidden to him - he attributed to these gods... Now he has himself approached very near to realizing this ideal, he has nearly become a god himself. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
398:The study of dreams may be considered the most trustworthy method of investigating deep mental processes. Now dreams occurring in traumatic neuroses have the characteristic of repeatedly bringing the patient back into the situation of his accident, a situation from which he wakes up in another fright. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
399:The unconscious - that is to say, the &
400:We find a place for what we lose. Although we know that after such a loss the acute stage of mourning will subside, we also know that we shall remain inconsolable and will never find a substitute. No matter what may fill the gap, even if it be filled completely, it nevertheless remains something else. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
401:Words have a magical power. They can bring either the greatest happiness or deepest despair; they can transfer knowledge from teacher to student; words enable the orator to sway his audience and dictate its decisions. Words are capable of arousing the strongest emotions and prompting all men's actions. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
402:In general people experience their present naively, as it were, without being able to form an estimate of its contents; they have first to put themselves at a distance from it - the present, that is to say, must have become the past - before it can yield points of vantage from which to judge the future. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
403:A man like me cannot live without a hobby-horse, a consuming passion - in Schiller's words a tyrant. I have found my tyrant, and in his service I know no limits. My tyrant is psychology. It has always been my distant, beckoning goal and now since I have hit upon the neuroses, it has come so much the nearer. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
404:To be sure, the ancient belief that the dream reveals the future is not entirely devoid of truth. By representing to us a wish as fulfilled the dream certainly leads us into the future; but this future, taken by the dreamer as present, has been formed into the likeness of that past by the indestructible wish. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
405:There is an intellectual function in us which demands unity, connection and intelligibility from any material, whether of perception or thought, that comes within its grasp; and if, as a result of special circumstances, it is unable to establish a true connection, it does not hesitate to fabricate a false one. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
406:Human life in common is only made possible when a majority comes together which is stronger than any separate individual and which remains united against all separate individuals. The power of this community is then set up as right in opposition to the power of the individual, which is condemned as brute force. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
407:The ego is first and foremost a bodily ego; it is not merely a surface entity, but is itself the projection of a surface. If we wish to find an anatomical analogy for it we can best identify it with the &
408:What decides the purpose of life is simply the programme of the pleasure principle. This principle dominates the operation of the mental apparatus from the start. There can be no doubt about its efficacy, and yet its programme is at loggerheads with the whole world, with the macrocosm as much as with the microcosm. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
409:Experience teaches that for most people there is a limit beyond which their constitution cannot comply with the demands of civilization. All who wish to reach a higher standard than their constitution will allow, fall victims to neurosis. It would have been better for them if they could have remained less "perfect". ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
410:I have often felt as though I had inherited all the defiance and all the passions with which our ancestors defended their Temple and could gladly sacrifice my life for one great moment in history. And at the same time I always felt so helpless and incapable of expressing these ardent passions even by a word or a poem. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
411:Indeed, the great Leonardo (da Vinci) remained like a child for the whole of his life in more than one way. It is said that all great men are bound to retain some infantile part. Even as an adult he continued to play, and this was another reason why he often appeared uncanny and incomprehensible to his contemporaries. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
412: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, @wisdomtrove
413:Let us consider the polarity of love and hate... . Now, clinical observation shows not only that love is with unexpected regularityaccompanied by hate (ambivalence), and not only that in human relationships hate is frequently a forerunner of love, but also that in many circumstances hate changes into love and love into hate. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
414:Another technique for fending off suffering is the employment of the displacements of libido which our mental apparatus permits of and through which its function gains so much in flexibility. The task here is that of shifting the instinctual aims in such a way that they cannot come up against frustration from the external world. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
415:The view is often defended that sciences should be built up on clear and sharply defined basal concepts. In actual fact no science, not even the most exact, begins with such definitions. The true beginning of scientific activity consists rather in describing phenomena and then in proceeding to group, classify and correlate them. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
416:The division of the psychical into what is conscious and what is unconscious is the fundamental premise of psycho-analysis; and it alone makes it possible for psycho-analysis to understand the pathological processes in mental life, which are as common as they are important, and to find a place for them in the framework of science. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
417:Obsessional prohibitions are extremely liable to displacement. They extend from one object to another along whatever paths the context may provide, and this new object then becomes, to use the apt expression of one of my women patients, &
418:The Devil would be the best way out as an excuse for God; in that way he would be playing the same part as an agent of economic discharge as the Jew does in the world of the Aryan ideal. But even so, one can hold God responsible for the existence of the Devil just as well as for the existence of the wickedness which the Devil embodies. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
419:Taboo restrictions are distinct from religious or moral prohibitions. They are not based upon any divine ordinance, but may be said to impose themselves on their own account. They differ from moral prohibitions in that they fall into no system that declares quite generally that certain abstinences must be observed and gives reasons for that necessity. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
420:The liberty of the individual is no gift of civilization. It was greatest before there was any civilization, though then, it is true, it had for the most part no value, since the individual was scarcely in a position to defend it. The development of civilization imposes restrictions on it, and justice demands that no one shall escape those restrictions. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
421:We may insist as often as we like that man's intellect is powerless in comparison to his instinctual life, and we may be right in this. Nevertheless, there is something peculiar about this weakness. The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it will not rest until it has gained a hearing. Finally, after a countless succession of rebuffs, it succeeds. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
422:The idea of men's receiving an intimation of their connection with the world around them through an immediate feeling which is from the outset directed to that purpose sounds so strange and fits in so badly with the fabric of our psychology that one is justified in attempting to discover a psycho-analytic - that is, a genetic - explanation of such a feeling. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
423:In every age immorality has found no less support in religion than morality has. If the achievements of religion in respect to man's happiness, susceptibility to culture and moral control are no better than this, the question cannot but arise whether we are not overrating its necessity for mankind, and whether we do wisely in basing our cultural demands upon it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
424:The functional importance of the ego is manifested in the fact that normally control over the approaches to motility devolves upon it. Thus in its relation to the id it is like a man on horse back, who has to hold in check the superior strength of the horse; with this difference, that the rider tries to do so with his own strength while the ego uses borrowed forces. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
425:The psychoanalysis of individual human beings, however, teaches us with quite special insistence that the god of each of them is formed in the likeness of his father, that his personal relation to God depends on his relation to his father in the flesh and oscillates and changes along with that relation, and that at bottom God is nothing other than an exalted father. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
426:It would be one of the greatest triumphs of humanity, one of the most tangible liberations from the constraints of nature to which mankind is subject, if we could succeed in raising the responsible act of procreating children to the level of a deliberate and intentional activity and in freeing it from its entanglement with the necessary satisfaction of a natural need. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
427:It must be pointed out, however, that strictly speaking it is incorrect to talk of the dominance of the pleasure principle over the course of mental processes. If such a dominance existed, the immense majority of our mental processes would have to be accompanied by pleasure or to lead to pleasure, whereas universal experience completely contradicts any such conclusion. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
428:Thus we arrive at the singular conclusion that of all the information passed by our cultural assets it is precisely the elements which might be of the greatest importance to us and which have the task of solving the riddles of the universe and of reconciling us to the sufferings of life - it is precisely those elements that are the least well authenticated of any. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
429:Innately, children seem to have little true realistic anxiety. They will run along the brink of water, climb on the window sill, play with sharp objects and with fire, in short, do everything that is bound to damage them and to worry those in charge of them, that is wholly the result of education; for they cannot be allowed to make the instructive experiences themselves. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
430:The expectation that every neurotic phenomenon can be cured may, I suspect, be derived from the layman's belief that the neuroses are something quite unnecessary which have no right whatever to exist. Whereas in fact they are severe, constitutionally fixed illnesses, which rarely restrict themselves to only a few attacks but persist as a rule over long periods throughout life. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
431:When making a decision of minor importance, I have always found it advantageous to consider all the pros and cons. In vital matters, however, such as the choice of a mate or a profession, the decision should come from the unconscious, from somewhere within ourselves. In the important decisions of personal life, we should be governed, I think, by the deep inner needs of our nature. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
432:Life, as we find it, is too hard for us; it brings us too many pains, disappointments and impossible tasks. In order to bear it we cannot dispense with palliative measures... There are perhaps three such measures: powerful deflections, which cause us to make light of our misery; substitutive satisfactions, which diminish it; and intoxicating substances, which make us insensible to it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
433:What psycho-analysis reveals in the transference phenomena of neurotics can also be observed in the lives of some normal people. The impression they give is of being pursued by a malignant fate or possessed by some &
434:In this way the ego detaches itself from the external world. It is more correct to say: Originally the ego includes everything, later it detaches from itself the external world. The ego-feeling we are aware of now is thus only a shrunken vestige of a far more extensive feeling - a feeling which embraced the universe and expressed an inseparable connection of the ego with the external world. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
435:.. gets an impression that civilization is something which was imposed on a resisting majority by a minority which understood how to obtain possession of the means to power and coercion. It is, of course, natural to assume that these difficulties are not inherent in the nature of civilization itself but are determined by the imperfections of the cultural forms which have so far been developed. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
436:All elongated objects, such as sticks, tree-trunks and umbrellas(the opening of these last being comparable to an erection) may stand for the male organ... Boxes, cases, chests, cupboards, and ovens represent the uterus... Rooms in dreams are usually women... Many landscapes in dreams, especially any containing breidges or wooded hills, may clearly be recognized as descriptions of the genitals. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
437:Against the suffering which may come upon one from human relationships the readiest safeguard is voluntary isolation, keeping oneself aloof from other people. The happiness which can be achieved along this path is, as we see, the happiness of quietness. Against the dreaded external world one can only defend oneself by some kind of turning away from it, if one intends to solve the task by oneself. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
438:Human beings are funny. They long to be with the person they love but refuse to admit openly. Some are afraid to show even the slightest sign of affection because of fear. Fear that their feelings may not be recognized, or even worst, returned. But one thing about human beings puzzles me the most is their conscious effort to be connected with the object of their affection even if it kills them slowly within. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
439:If all the evidence put forward for the authenticity of religious teachings originates in the past, it is natural to look round and see whether the present, about which it is easier to form judgements, may not also be able to furnish evidence of the sort. If by this means we could succeed in clearing even a single portion of the religious system from doubt, the whole of it would gain enormously in credibility. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
440:At first the analysing physician could do no more than discover the unconscious material that was concealed from the patient, put it together, and, at the right moment, communicate it to him. Psychoanalysis was then first and foremost an art of interpreting. Since this did not solve the therapeutic problem, a further aim quickly came in view: to oblige the patient to confirm the analyst's construction from his own memory. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
441:It is unreasonable to expect science to produce a system of ethics-ethics are a kind of highway code for traffic among mankind-and the fact that in physics atoms which were yesterday assumed to be square are now assumed to be round is exploited with unjustified tendentiousness by all who are hungry for faith; so long as physics extends our dominion over nature, these changes ought to be a matter of complete indifference to you. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
442:A child in its greed for love does not enjoy having to share the affection of its parents with its brothers and sisters; and it notices that the whole of their affection is lavished upon it once more whenever it arouses their anxiety by falling ill. It has now discovered a means of enticing out its parents' love and will make use of that means as soon as it has the necessary psychical material at its disposal for producing an illness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
443:What is a totem? It is as a rule an animal (whether edible and harmless or dangerous and feared) and more rarely a plant or a natural phenomenon (such as rain or water), which stands in a peculiar relation to the whole clan. In the first place, the totem is the common ancestor of the clan; at the same time it is their guardian spirit and helper, which sends them oracles and, if dangerous to others, recognizes and spares its own children. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
444:Religion is an attempt to get control over the sensory world, in which we are placed, by means of the wish-world, which we have developed inside us as a result of biological and psychological necessities... If one attempts to assign to religion its place in man's evolution, it seems not so much to be a lasting acquisition, as a parallel to the neurosis which the civilized individual must pass through on his way from childhood to maturity. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
445:In the theory of psycho-analysis we have no hesitation in assuming that the course taken by mental events is automatically regulated by the pleasure principle. We believe, that is to say, that the course of those events is invariably set in motion by an unpleasurable tension, and that it takes a direction such that its final outcome coincides with a lowering of that tension that is, with an avoidance of unpleasure or a production of pleasure. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
446:The fateful question for the human species seems to me to be whether and to what extent their cultural development will succeed in mastering the disturbance of their communal life by the human instinct of aggression and self-destruction ... One thing only do I know for certain and that is that man's judgements of value follow directly from his wihes for happiness-that, accordingly, they are an attempt to support his illusions with arguments. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
447:One might compare the relation of the ego to the id with that between a rider and his horse. The horse provides the locomotor energy, and the rider has the prerogative of determining the goal and of guiding the movements of his powerful mount towards it. But all too often in the relations between the ego and the id we find a picture of the less ideal situation in which the rider is obliged to guide his horse in the direction in which it itself wants to go. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
448:When you are dealing with a serious compulsion or addictive pattern, then by definition self-will, self-discipline, and any other machinations of the conscious mind are not enough by themselves to handle the problem. It is like a breaker switch in your brain is simply flipped. Anybody who has had this kind of a problem knows that it doesn't matter how intelligent you are. Sigmund Freud said, "Intelligence will be used in the service of the neurosis." ~ marianne-williamson, @wisdomtrove
449:A layman will no doubt find it hard to understand how pathological disorders of the body and mind can be eliminated by &
450:It is no wonder if, under the pressure of these possibilities of suffering, men are accustomed to moderate their claims to happiness - just as the pleasure principle itself, indeed, under the influence of the external world, changed into the more modest reality principle -, if a man thinks himself happy merely to have escaped unhappiness or to have survived his suffering, and if in general the task of avoiding suffering pushes that of obtaining pleasure into the background. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
451:The assumption that everything past is preserved holds good even in mental life only on condition that the organ of the mind has remained intact and that its tissues have not been damaged by trauma or inflammation. But destructive influences which can be compared to causes of illness like these are never lacking in the history of a city, even if it has had a less chequered past than Rome, and even if, like London, it has hardly ever suffered from the visitations of an enemy. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
452:As everyone knows, the ancients before Aristotle did not consider the dream a product of the dreaming mind, but a divine inspiration, and in ancient times the two antagonistic streams, which one finds throughout in the estimates of dream life, were already noticeable. They distinguished between true and valuable dreams, sent to the dreamer to warn him or to foretell the future, and vain, fraudulent, and empty dreams, the object of which was to misguide or lead him to destruction. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
453:Towards the outside, at any rate, the ego seems to maintain clear and sharp lines of demarcation. There is only one state - admittedly an unusual state, but not one that can be stigmatized as pathological - in which it does not do this. At the height of being in love the boundary between ego and object threatens to melt away. Against all the evidence of his senses, a man who is in love declares that "I" and "you" are one, and is prepared to behave as if it were a fact. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
454:I have no concern with any economic criticisms of the communist system; I cannot inquire into whether the abolition of private property is expedient or advantageous. But I am able to recognize that the psychological premisses on which the system is based are an untenable illusion. In abolishing private property we deprive the human love of aggression of one of its instruments... but we have in no way altered the differences in power and influence which are misused by aggressiveness. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
455:The adoption of the required attitude of mind towards ideas that seem to emerge "of their own free will" and the abandonment of the critical function that is normally in operation against them seem to be hard of achievement for some people. The "involuntary thoughts" are liable to release a most violent resistance, which seeks to prevent their emergence. If we may trust that great poet and philosopher Friedrich Schiller, however, poetic creation must demand an exactly similar attitude. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
456:Philosophers stretch the meaning of words until they retain scarcely anything of their original sense. They give the name of "God" to some vague abstraction which they have created for themselves; having done so they can pose before all the world as deists, as believers of God, and they can even boast that they have recognized a higher, purer concept of God, notwithstanding that their God is not nothing more than an insubstantial shadow and no longer the mighty personality of religious doctrines. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
457:There is scarcely room for doubt that something in the psychological relation of a mother-in-law to a son-in-law breeds hostility between them and makes it hard for them to live together. But the fact that in civilized societies mothers-in-law are such a favourite subject for jokes seems to me to suggest that the emotional relation involved includes sharply contrasted components. I believe, that is, that this relation is in fact an &
458:Pathology has made us acquainted with a great number of states in which the boundary lines between the ego and the external world become uncertain or in which they are actually drawn incorrectly. There are cases in which parts of a person's own body, even portions of his own mental life - his perceptions, thoughts and feelings -, appear alien to him and as not belonging to his ego; there are other cases in which he ascribes to the external world things that clearly originate in his own ego and that ought to be acknowledged by it. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
459:Our knowledge of the historical worth of certain religious doctrines increases our respect for them, but does not invalidate our proposal that they should cease to be put forward as the reasons for the precepts of civilization. On the contrary! Those historical residues have helped us to view religious teachings, as it were, as neurotic relics, and we may now argue that the time has probably come, as it does in an analytic treatment, for replacing the effects of repression by the results of the rational operation of the intellect. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
460:Religion restricts the play of choice and adaptation, since it imposes equally on everyone its own path to the acquisition of happiness and protection from suffering. Its technique consists in depressing the value of life and distorting the picture of the real world in a delusional manner - which presupposes an intimidation of the intelligence. At this price, by forcibly fixing them in a state of psychical infantilism and by drawing them into a mass-delusion, religion succeeds in sparing many people an individual neurosis. But hardly anything more. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
461:Our possibilities of happiness are already restricted by our constitution. Unhappiness is much less difficult to experience. We are threatened with suffering from three directions: from our own body, which is doomed to decay and dissolution and which cannot even do without pain and anxiety as warning signals; from the external world, which may rage against us with overwhelming and merciless forces of destruction; and finally from our relations to other men. The suffering which comes from this last source is perhaps more painful to us than any other. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
462: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. The possibility it offers of displacing a large amount of libidinal components, whether narcissistic, aggressive or even erotic, on to professional work and on to the human relations connected with it lends it a value by no means second to what it enjoys as something indispensable to the preservation and justification of existence in society. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
463:The analytic psychotherapist thus has a threefold battle to wage - in his own mind against the forces which seek to drag him down from the analytic level; outside the analysis, against opponents who dispute the importance he attaches to the sexual instinctual forces and hinder him from making use of them in his scientific technique; and inside the analysis, against his patients, who at first behave like opponents but later on reveal the overvaluation of sexual life which dominates them, and who try to make him captive to their socially untamed passion. ~ sigmund-freud, @wisdomtrove
464:Homosexuality is assuredly no advantage, but it is nothing to be ashamed of, no vice, no degradation; it cannot be classified as an illness; we consider it to be a variation of the sexual function, produced by a certain arrest of sexual development. Many highly respectable individuals of ancient and modern times have been homosexuals, several of the greatest men among them (Plato, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, etc.). It is a great injustice to persecute homosexuality as a crime&

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1:Anatomy is destiny. ~ Sigmund Freud,
2:Character is destiny ~ Sigmund Freud,
3:There are no mistakes ~ Sigmund Freud,
4:There are no mistakes. ~ Sigmund Freud,
5:The world is no nursery. ~ Sigmund Freud,
6:Without love we fall ill. ~ Sigmund Freud,
7:If you can't do it, give up! ~ Sigmund Freud,
8:If youth knew; if age could. ~ Sigmund Freud,
9:We must love or we grow ill. ~ Sigmund Freud,
10:Christmas is the alcoholidays ~ Sigmund Freud,
11:Every man is a poet at heart. ~ Sigmund Freud,
12:Everyone owes nature a death. ~ Sigmund Freud,
13:The goal of all life is death ~ Sigmund Freud,
14:The madman is a dreamer awake ~ Sigmund Freud,
15:Woman ... what does she want? ~ Sigmund Freud,
16:Now it is nothing but torture. ~ Sigmund Freud,
17:Not all men are worthy of love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
18:One is very crazy when in love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
19:Where id is, there shall ego be ~ Sigmund Freud,
20:A strong egoism is a protection. ~ Sigmund Freud,
21:Îndrăgostitul este foarte nebun. ~ Sigmund Freud,
22:Where id was, there ego shall be. ~ Sigmund Freud,
23:All that matters is love and work. ~ Sigmund Freud,
24:If children could, if adults knew. ~ Sigmund Freud,
25:Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. ~ Sigmund Freud,
26:Bazen bir puro, sadece bir purodur. ~ Sigmund Freud,
27:Opposition is not necessarily enmity. ~ Sigmund Freud,
28:Time spent with cats is never wasted. ~ Sigmund Freud,
29:America is a mistake, a giant mistake. ~ Sigmund Freud,
30:Desire presses ever forward unsubdued. ~ Sigmund Freud,
31:Neurosis is no excuse for bad manners. ~ Sigmund Freud,
32:Places are often treated like persons. ~ Sigmund Freud,
33:Dreams are never concerned with trivia. ~ Sigmund Freud,
34:Lo mejor es siempre enemigo de lo bueno ~ Sigmund Freud,
35:Love is a state of temporary psychosis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
36:The ego is not master in its own house. ~ Sigmund Freud,
37:If it's not one thing, it's your mother. ~ Sigmund Freud,
38:The paranoid is never entirely mistaken. ~ Sigmund Freud,
39:dream is the dreamer's own psychical act. ~ Sigmund Freud,
40:It is an honour to have plenty of enemies! ~ Sigmund Freud,
41:The words for much that remains mute in me ~ Sigmund Freud,
42:A woman should soften but not weaken a man. ~ Sigmund Freud,
43:We are never so vulnerable as when we love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
44:there is no such thing as an unconscious no. ~ Sigmund Freud,
45:Where does a thought go when it's forgotten? ~ Sigmund Freud,
46:Where does a thought go when it’s forgotten? ~ Sigmund Freud,
47:Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious. ~ Sigmund Freud,
48:no serious book can now be sure of surviving. ~ Sigmund Freud,
49:That which we can't remember, we will repeat. ~ Sigmund Freud,
50:The medical profession is justly conservative. ~ Sigmund Freud,
51:History is just new people making old mistakes. ~ Sigmund Freud,
52:Neurosis is the inability to tolerate ambiguity ~ Sigmund Freud,
53:Religion (is) a universal obsessional neurosis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
54:Religion is comparable to a childhood neurosis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
55:La société transforme le désagréable en injuste. ~ Sigmund Freud,
56:Neurosis is the inability to tolerate ambiguity. ~ Sigmund Freud,
57:How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved ~ Sigmund Freud,
58:Psychoanalysis is in essence a cure through love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
59:Yes, America is gigantic, but a gigantic mistake. ~ Sigmund Freud,
60:He who knows how to wait need make no concessions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
61:How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved. ~ Sigmund Freud,
62:How far back into childhood do our memories reach? ~ Sigmund Freud,
63:Maturity is the ability to postpone gratification. ~ Sigmund Freud,
64:Nothing that is mentally our own can ever be lost. ~ Sigmund Freud,
65:The only unnatural sexual behavior is none at all. ~ Sigmund Freud,
66:The shadow of the lost object falls across the ego ~ Sigmund Freud,
67:The voice of reason is small, but very persistent. ~ Sigmund Freud,
68:They love their delusions as they love themselves. ~ Sigmund Freud,
69:From error to error one discovers the entire truth. ~ Sigmund Freud,
70:I had thought about cocaine in a kind of day-dream. ~ Sigmund Freud,
71:Individual liberty is not an asset of civilization. ~ Sigmund Freud,
72:Love and work, work and love...that's all there is. ~ Sigmund Freud,
73:Smoking is indispensable if one has nothing to kiss ~ Sigmund Freud,
74:If one of us should die, then I shall move to Paris. ~ Sigmund Freud,
75:Love and work are the cornerstones of our humanness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
76:Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength. ~ Sigmund Freud,
77:Religion: Something comparable to childhood neurosis ~ Sigmund Freud,
78:Smoking is indispensable if one has nothing to kiss. ~ Sigmund Freud,
79:When we share - that is poetry in the prose of life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
80:At bottom God is nothing more than an exalted father. ~ Sigmund Freud,
81:Dreams are constructed from the residue of yesterday. ~ Sigmund Freud,
82:Man has, as it were, become a kind of prosthetic God. ~ Sigmund Freud,
83:Being entirely honest with oneself is a good exercise. ~ Sigmund Freud,
84:Experience teaches us that the world is not a nursery. ~ Sigmund Freud,
85:Hatred of Judaism is at bottom hatred of Christianity. ~ Sigmund Freud,
86:Love can not be much younger than the lust for murder. ~ Sigmund Freud,
87:Only a good-for-nothing is not interested in his past. ~ Sigmund Freud,
88:The price of civilization is instinctual renunciation. ~ Sigmund Freud,
89:Uno es dueño de lo que calla y esclavo de lo que habla ~ Sigmund Freud,
90:Everywhere I go I find a poet has been there before me. ~ Sigmund Freud,
91:If you want to endure life, prepare yourself for death. ~ Sigmund Freud,
92:It is not attention that the child is seeking, but love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
93:La multitud es un dócil rebaño incapaz de vivir sin amo. ~ Sigmund Freud,
94:No one who shares a delusion ever recognizes it as such. ~ Sigmund Freud,
95:Crystals reveal their hidden structures only when broken. ~ Sigmund Freud,
96:Dreams are the guardians of sleep and not its disturbers. ~ Sigmund Freud,
97:In inconstient, nimic nu ia sfarsit, nu trece, nu se uita ~ Sigmund Freud,
98:Intelligence will be used in the service of the neurosis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
99:Writing was in its origin, the voice of an absent person. ~ Sigmund Freud,
100:We are never so vulnerable as when we love.” — Sigmund Freud ~ Sue Johnson,
101:We are what we are because we have been what we have been. ~ Sigmund Freud,
102:All giving is asking, and all asking is an asking for love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
103:Couldn't I for once have you and the work at the same time? ~ Sigmund Freud,
104:Human's intrinsic nature manifest in it's misunderstandings ~ Sigmund Freud,
105:I've been a fortunate man in life, nothing has come easily. ~ Sigmund Freud,
106:The game replaces sexual enjoyment by pleasure in movement. ~ Sigmund Freud,
107:Dark, unfeeling and unloving powers determine human destiny. ~ Sigmund Freud,
108:Everywhere I go I find that a poet has been there before me. ~ Sigmund Freud,
109:Loneliness and darkness have just robbed me of my valuables. ~ Sigmund Freud,
110:Religion [is] the universal obsessional neurosis of humanity ~ Sigmund Freud,
111:Talk therapy turns hysterical misery to mundane unhappiness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
112:we can never give up; we only exchange one thing for another ~ Sigmund Freud,
113:Writers write for fame, wealth, power and the love of women. ~ Sigmund Freud,
114:Dreams are often most profound when they seem the most crazy. ~ Sigmund Freud,
115:The dream acts as a safety-valve for the over-burdened brain. ~ Sigmund Freud,
116:We are never so defensless against suffering as when we love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
117:We are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
118:When inspiration does not come to me, I go halfway to meet it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
119:He does not believe that does not live according to his belief. ~ Sigmund Freud,
120:the renunciation of aggression is inherent in its constitution. ~ Sigmund Freud,
121:We are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
122:When inspiration does not come to me, I go halfway to meet it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
123:I regard myself as one of the most dangerous enemies of religion ~ Sigmund Freud,
124:An overwhelming majority of symbols in dreams are sexual symbols. ~ Sigmund Freud,
125:In the small matters trust the mind, in the large ones the heart. ~ Sigmund Freud,
126:Nikada nismo tako slabo zaštićeni od patnje,kao onda kada volimo. ~ Sigmund Freud,
127:The only shame in masturbation is the shame of not doing it well. ~ Sigmund Freud,
128:The psychical, whatever its nature may be, is itself unconscious. ~ Sigmund Freud,
129:Trying to be completely sincere with yourself is a good exercise. ~ Sigmund Freud,
130:All family life is organized around the most damaged person in it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
131:no one who still shares a delusion will ever recognize it as such. ~ Sigmund Freud,
132:When one does not have what one wants, one must want what one has. ~ Sigmund Freud,
133:Love in the form of longing and deprivation lowers the self regard. ~ Sigmund Freud,
134:For there is a way back from imagination to reality and that is—art. ~ Sigmund Freud,
135:The sexual life of adult women is a "dark continent" for psychology. ~ Sigmund Freud,
136:The weakness of my position does not imply a strengthening of yours. ~ Sigmund Freud,
137:How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved. —Sigmund Freud ~ Rachel Held Evans,
138:With words one man can make another blessed, or drive him to despair; ~ Sigmund Freud,
139:Eros und Ananke sind auch die Eltern der menschlichen Kultur geworden. ~ Sigmund Freud,
140:The intention that man should be happy is not in the plan of Creation. ~ Sigmund Freud,
141:The whole life of instinct serves the one end of bringing about death. ~ Sigmund Freud,
142:we shall not fall out of this world. We are in it once and for all.’)] ~ Sigmund Freud,
143:When we attempt to imagine death, we perceive ourselves as spectators. ~ Sigmund Freud,
144:All that is to live in endless song Must in life-time first be drown'd. ~ Sigmund Freud,
145:public self is a conditioned construct of the inner psychological self. ~ Sigmund Freud,
146:I am not a fan of Sigmund Freud because his theories are not testicle. ~ Richard Wiseman,
147:what we know to be useless, but expect civilization to value, is beauty; ~ Sigmund Freud,
148:By abolishing private property one deprives the human love of aggression. ~ Sigmund Freud,
149:Flowers are restful to look at. They have neither emotions nor conflicts. ~ Sigmund Freud,
150:Our fascination with gold is related to the fantasies of early childhood. ~ Sigmund Freud,
151:We are so made that we can derive intense enjoyment only from a contrast. ~ Sigmund Freud,
152:Ko postavlja pitanje o smislu zivota,s njegovim libidom nije nesto u redu. ~ Sigmund Freud,
153:Where they love they do not desire and where they desire they do not love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
154:Dream disfigurement, then, turns out in reality to be an act of the censor. ~ Sigmund Freud,
155:Sadism is all right in its place, but it should be directed to proper ends. ~ Sigmund Freud,
156:The dream is the (disguised) fulfillment of a (suppressed, repressed) wish. ~ Sigmund Freud,
157:This is one race of people for whom psychoanalysis is of no use whatsoever. ~ Sigmund Freud,
158:As a scientific rationalist, Freud distrusts the manifest content of dreams. ~ Sigmund Freud,
159:Parfois un cigar est seulement un cigar comme dit Freud, mais aussi Clinton ! ~ Sigmund Freud,
160:The idea of life having a purpose stands and falls with the religious system. ~ Sigmund Freud,
161:Immorality, no less than morality, has at all times found support in religion. ~ Sigmund Freud,
162:I never want to belong to any club that would have someone like me as a member ~ Sigmund Freud,
163:It is a great injustice to persecute homosexuality as a crime, and cruelty too ~ Sigmund Freud,
164:Knowledge is the intellectual manipulation of carefully verified observations. ~ Sigmund Freud,
165:Men are more moral than they think and far more immoral than they can imagine. ~ Sigmund Freud,
166:The meager satisfaction that man can extract from reality leaves him starving. ~ Sigmund Freud,
167:Tobacco is the only excuse for Columbus's misadventure in discovering America. ~ Sigmund Freud,
168:Where such men love they have no desire and where they desire they cannot love ~ Sigmund Freud,
169:A man's heterosexuality will not put up with any homosexuality, and vice versa. ~ Sigmund Freud,
170:Analogies, it is true, decide nothing, but they can make one feel more at home. ~ Sigmund Freud,
171:Every man must find out for himself in what particular fashion he can be saved. ~ Sigmund Freud,
172:The ideas so far produced are insufficient for the interpretation of the dream. ~ Sigmund Freud,
173:Whatever fosters the growth of civilization works at the same time against war. ~ Sigmund Freud,
174:What is characteristic of illusions is that they are derived from human wishes. ~ Sigmund Freud,
175:America is a mistake, admittedly a gigantic mistake, but a mistake nevertheless. ~ Sigmund Freud,
176:Civilization began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock. ~ Sigmund Freud,
177:dreams may be thus stated: They are concealed realizations of repressed desires. ~ Sigmund Freud,
178:Human life should not be considered as the proper material for wild experiments. ~ Sigmund Freud,
179:Just as no one can be forced into belief, so no one can be forced into unbelief. ~ Sigmund Freud,
180:The mind is like an iceberg. It floats with one-seventh of its bulk above water. ~ Sigmund Freud,
181:The mind is like an iceberg, it floats with one-seventh of its bulk above water. ~ Sigmund Freud,
182:When someone abuses me I can defend myself, but against praise I am defenceless. ~ Sigmund Freud,
183:Freud said to Putnam: "We are what we are because we have been what we have been. ~ Sigmund Freud,
184:The effect of the consolations of religion may be compared to that of a narcotic. ~ Sigmund Freud,
185:Words call forth effects and are the universal means of influencing human beings. ~ Sigmund Freud,
186:The inclination to aggression constitutes the greatest impediment to civilization. ~ Sigmund Freud,
187:What do women want?" Sigmund Freud cried. Books and cats are a good start. ~ Carole Nelson Douglas,
188:Eros and Ananke [Love and Necessity] have become the parents of human civilization. ~ Sigmund Freud,
189:I am going to the USA to catch sight of a wild porcupine and to give some lectures. ~ Sigmund Freud,
190:Like the physical, the psychical is not necessarily in reality what it appears to be ~ Sigmund Freud,
191:One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful. ~ Sigmund Freud,
192:Rather than living our lives, we are ''lived'' by unknown and uncontrollable forces. ~ Sigmund Freud,
193:the dream is not a somatic but a psychic phenomenon. You appreciate the significance ~ Sigmund Freud,
194:To be completely honest with oneself is the very best effort a human being can make. ~ Sigmund Freud,
195:If Sigmund Freud had watched Phil Donahue he would never have wondered what women want. ~ Nora Ephron,
196:One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful. ~ Sigmund Freud,
197:The more perfect a person is on the outside, the more demons they have on the inside. ~ Sigmund Freud,
198:Cruelty and intolerance to those who do not belong to it are natural to every religion. ~ Sigmund Freud,
199:Cualquiera que despierto se comportase como lo hiciera en sueños sería tomado por loco. ~ Sigmund Freud,
200:Much of our highly valued cultural heritage has been acquired at the cost of sexuality. ~ Sigmund Freud,
201:My love is something valuable to me which I ought not to throw away without reflection. ~ Sigmund Freud,
202:I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father's protection. ~ Sigmund Freud,
203:I have found little 'good' about human beings. In my experience, most of them are trash. ~ Sigmund Freud,
204:La vie psychique est un champ de bataille et une arène où luttent des tendances opposées ~ Sigmund Freud,
205:Least of all should the artist be held responsible for the fate which befalls his works. ~ Sigmund Freud,
206:The first human who hurled an insult instead of a stone was the founder of civilization. ~ Sigmund Freud,
207:The words which we use in our everyday speech are nothing other than watered-down magic. ~ Sigmund Freud,
208:If you want your wife to listen to you, then talk to another woman; she will be all ears. ~ Sigmund Freud,
209:It is not so much that man is a herd animal, but that he is a horde animal led by a chief. ~ Sigmund Freud,
210:the dream is a sort of substitution for those emotional and intellectual trains of thought ~ Sigmund Freud,
211:Like the physical, the psychical is not necessarily in reality what it appears to us to be. ~ Sigmund Freud,
212:Opposition is not necessarily enmity; it is merely misused and made an occasion for enmity. ~ Sigmund Freud,
213:The state in which the ideas existed before being made conscious is called by us repression ~ Sigmund Freud,
214:Conscience is the internal perception of the rejection of a particular wish operating in us. ~ Sigmund Freud,
215:O homem não tem nada melhor para fazer do que tentar estar em perfeito acordo consigo mesmo. ~ Sigmund Freud,
216:When a man is freed of religion, he has a better chance to live a normal and wholesome life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
217:Words were originally magic, and the word retains much of its old magical power even to-day. ~ Sigmund Freud,
218:Adolescent stage in the development of the human race from which humanity should free itself. ~ Sigmund Freud,
219:The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it does not rest until it has gained a hearing. ~ Sigmund Freud,
220:We choose not randomly each other. We meet only those who already exists in our subconscious. ~ Sigmund Freud,
221:Were we fully to understand the reasons for other people's behavior, it would all make sense. ~ Sigmund Freud,
222:A certain degree of neurosis is of inestimable value as a drive, especially to a psychologist. ~ Sigmund Freud,
223:In the last analysis the entire field of psychology may reduce to biological electrochemistry. ~ Sigmund Freud,
224:Not to know the past is to be in bondage to it, while to remember, to know, is to be set free. ~ Sigmund Freud,
225:Sigmund Freud said that the conscience is primarily a product of our early life and culture. ~ Stephen R Covey,
226:The virtuous man contents himself with dreaming that which the wicked man does in actual life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
227:When people criticise me, I know how to defend myself. But I’m powerless in the face of praise. ~ Sigmund Freud,
228:Conscience is the internal perception of the rejection of a particular wish operating within us. ~ Sigmund Freud,
229:Em matéria de sexualidade, somos todos, no momento, doentes ou sãos, não mais do que hipócritas. ~ Sigmund Freud,
230:In matters of sexuality we are at present, every one of us, ill or well, nothing but hypocrites. ~ Sigmund Freud,
231:None believes in his own death. In the unconscious everyone is convinced of his own immortality. ~ Sigmund Freud,
232:Words have a magical power. They can either bring the greatest happiness or the deepest despair. ~ Sigmund Freud,
233:In mourning it is the world which has become poor and empty; in melancholia it is the ego itself. ~ Sigmund Freud,
234:Men are strong so long as they represent a strong idea they become powerless when they oppose it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
235:Men are strong so long as they represent a strong idea,they become powerless when they oppose it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
236:The dream is to be regarded, says Binz, "as a physical process always useless, frequently morbid. ~ Sigmund Freud,
237:Two hallmarks of a healthy life are the abilities to love and to work. Each requires imagination. ~ Sigmund Freud,
238:Civilized people have exchanged some part of their chances of happiness for a measure of security. ~ Sigmund Freud,
239:Demons do not exist any more than gods do, being only the products of the psychic activity of man. ~ Sigmund Freud,
240:Humor is a means of obtaining pleasure in spite of the distressing effects that interface with it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
241:Perception is less of a recording system and more of a protection system against external stimuli. ~ Sigmund Freud,
242:Schuldgefühle, ... sind die fundamentalen Kräfte, die Großzügigkeit und Altruismus zugrundeliegen. ~ Sigmund Freud,
243:The most complicated achievements of thought are possible without the assistance of consciousness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
244:Whoever loves becomes humble. Those who love have, so to speak, pawned a part of their narcissism. ~ Sigmund Freud,
245:A collection to which nothing can be added and from which nothing can be removed is, in fact, dead! ~ Sigmund Freud,
246:Psychiatry is the art of teaching people how to stand on their own feet while reclining on couches. ~ Sigmund Freud,
247:After all, we did not invent symbolism; it is a universal age-old activity of the human imagination. ~ Sigmund Freud,
248:A hero is a man who stands up manfully against his father and in the end victoriously overcomes him. ~ Sigmund Freud,
249:bisogna svelarsi come il solo malvagio fra tutte le nobili persone con le quali si spartisce la vita ~ Sigmund Freud,
250:I do not in the least underestimate bisexuality... I expect it to provide all further enlightenment. ~ Sigmund Freud,
251:Illusions commend themselves to us because they save us pain and allow us to enjoy pleasure instead. ~ Sigmund Freud,
252:Only the real, rare, true scientific minds can endure doubt, which is attached to all our knowledge. ~ Sigmund Freud,
253:This reliance on puns gives Freud an interpretative freedom which might often be considered licence. ~ Sigmund Freud,
254:Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways. ~ Sigmund Freud,
255:Whoever loves becomes humble. Those who love have , so to speak , pawned a part of their narcissism. ~ Sigmund Freud,
256:A man who has been the indisputable favorite of his mother keeps for life the feeling of a conqueror. ~ Sigmund Freud,
257:The ego represents what we call reason and sanity, in contrast to the id which contains the passions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
258:I do not in the least underestimate bisexuality. . . I expect it to provide all further enlightenment. ~ Sigmund Freud,
259:Jeg tror at den hellighet vi tilkjennegir de ti bud, slover vår sans for erkjennelse av virkeligheten. ~ Sigmund Freud,
260:One must not be mean with the affections; what is spent of the fund is renewed in the spending itself. ~ Sigmund Freud,
261:This is one race of people for whom psychoanalysis is of no use whatsoever. [speaking about the Irish] ~ Sigmund Freud,
262:A father's death is the most important event, the more heartbreaking and poignant loss in a man's life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
263:Civilization runs a greater risk if we maintain our present attitude to religion than if we give it up. ~ Sigmund Freud,
264:It is impossible to overlook the extent to which civilization is built upon a renunciation of instinct. ~ Sigmund Freud,
265:Religion originates in the child's and young mankind's fears and need for help. It cannot be otherwise. ~ Sigmund Freud,
266:A major contributor to the present-day tendency to accept and encourage homosexuality is Dr. Sigmund Freud. ~ Tim LaHaye,
267:Children are completely egoistic; they feel their needs intensely and strive ruthlessly to satisfy them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
268:pleasure principle, a psychoanalytical term coined by Gustav Theodor Fechner, a predecessor of Sigmund Freud ~ Anonymous,
269:The interpretation of dreams is the royal road to a knowledge of the unconscious activities of the mind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
270:The unconscious of one human being can react upon that of another without passing through the conscious. ~ Sigmund Freud,
271:All neurotics, and many others besides, take exception to the fact that 'inter urinas et faeces nascimur. ~ Sigmund Freud,
272:El primer humano que insultó a su enemigo en vez de tirarle una piedra fue el fundador de la civilización ~ Sigmund Freud,
273:In the important decisions of personal life, we should be governed by the deep inner needs of our nature. ~ Sigmund Freud,
274:The psychic development of the individual is a short repetition of the course of development of the race. ~ Sigmund Freud,
275:I became aware of my destiny: to belong to the critical minority as opposed to the unquestioning majority. ~ Sigmund Freud,
276:Religion belonged to the infancy of humanity. Now that humanity had come of age, it should be left behind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
277:But since Freud still conceives the mind as a closed system, desires are not expelled but only hidden away. ~ Sigmund Freud,
278:Do you not know how uncontrolled and unreliable the average human being is in all that concerns sexual life? ~ Sigmund Freud,
279:It might be said of psychoanalysis that if you give it your little finger it will soon have your whole hand. ~ Sigmund Freud,
280:Neither in my private life nor in my writings, have I ever made a secret of being an out-and-out unbeliever. ~ Sigmund Freud,
281:The liberty of the individual is no gift of civilization. It was greatest before there was any civilization. ~ Sigmund Freud,
282:Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and they will come forth, later, in uglier ways."~ Sigmund Freud,
283:It is impossible to overlook the extent to which civilization is built up upon a renunciation of instinct.... ~ Sigmund Freud,
284:Lucretius and Cicero testify to the view that people dream about the things that concern them in waking life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
285:As Sigmund Freud would put it thirty-five years later in similar circumstances, “Many enemies, much honor.” Darwin ~ Tom Wolfe,
286:Los neuróticos obsesivos graves acuden al tratamiento psicoanalítico en número mucho menor que los histéricos. ~ Sigmund Freud,
287:Those who have eyes to see and ears to hear will soon convince themselves that mortals cannot hide any secret. ~ Sigmund Freud,
288:America is the most grandiose experiment the world has seen, but, I am afraid, it is not going to be a success. ~ Sigmund Freud,
289:el sujeto entraña pensamientos de los que nada sabe; esto es, como una percepción endopsíquica de lo reprimido. ~ Sigmund Freud,
290:You wanted to kill your father in order to be your father yourself. Now you are your father, but a dead father. ~ Sigmund Freud,
291: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,
292:In human beings pure masculinity or femininity is not to be found either in a psychological or biological sense. ~ Sigmund Freud,
293: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,
294:Les mots provoquent des émotions et constituent pour les hommes le moyen général de s'influencer réciproquement. ~ Sigmund Freud,
295:No neurotic harbors thoughts of suicide which are not murderous impulses against others redirected upon himself. ~ Sigmund Freud,
296:Religion is an illusion and it derives its strength from the fact that it falls in with our instinctual desires. ~ Sigmund Freud,
297:The act of birth is the first experience of anxiety, and thus the source and prototype of the affect of anxiety. ~ Sigmund Freud,
298:We are so made that we can derive intense enjoyment only from a contrast and very little from a state of things. ~ Sigmund Freud,
299:Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways. ― Sigmund Freud ~ Lily White,
300:İfade edilmemiş duygular asla ölmez, sadece diri diri gömülür ve sonradan daha korkunç şekillerde tezahür ederler. ~ Sigmund Freud,
301:The aim of psychoanalysis is to relieve people of their neurotic unhappiness so that they can be normally unhappy. ~ Sigmund Freud,
302:The doctor should be opaque to his patients and, like a mirror, should show them nothing but what is shown to him. ~ Sigmund Freud,
303:The ego represents what may be called reason and common sense, in contrast to the id, which contains the passions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
304:The more the fruits of knowledge become accessible to men, the more widespread is the decline of religious belief. ~ Sigmund Freud,
305:The wish to be able to fly is to be understood as nothing else than a longing to be capable of sexual performance. ~ Sigmund Freud,
306:When making a decision of minor importance, I have always found it advantageous to consider all the pros and cons. ~ Sigmund Freud,
307:A religion, even if it calls itself a religion of love, must be hard and unloving to those who do not belong to it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
308:We are never so vulnerable as when we love, and never so hopelessly unhappy as when we lose the object of our love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
309:We live in very remarkable times. We find with astonishment that progress has concluded an alliance with barbarism. ~ Sigmund Freud,
310:A belligerent state permits itself every such misdeed, every such act of violence, as would disgrace the individual. ~ Sigmund Freud,
311:The creative writer does the same as the child at play; he creates a world of fantasy which he takes very seriously. ~ Sigmund Freud,
312:The genitals themselves have not undergone the development of the rest of the human form in the direction of beauty. ~ Sigmund Freud,
313:In the depths of my heart I can’t help being convinced that my dear fellow-men, with a few exceptions, are worthless. ~ Sigmund Freud,
314:the principle which controls magic, and the technique of the animistic method of thought, is “Omnipotence of Thought. ~ Sigmund Freud,
315:Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways. —Sigmund Freud ~ Lisa Scottoline,
316:Beauty has no obvious use; nor is there any clear cultural necessity for it. Yet civilization could not do without it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
317:But the less a man knows about the past and the present the more insecure must prove to be his judgment of the future. ~ Sigmund Freud,
318:The price we pay for our advance in civilization is a loss of happiness through the heightening of the sense of guilt. ~ Sigmund Freud,
319:We are so made, that we can only derive intense enjoyment from a contrast and only very little from a state of things. ~ Sigmund Freud,
320:What progress we are making. In the Middle Ages they would have burned me. Now they are content with burning my books. ~ Sigmund Freud,
321:Words and magic were in the beginning one and the same thing, and even today words retain much of their magical power. ~ Sigmund Freud,
322:Civilized society is perpetually menaced with disintegration through this primary hostility of men towards one another. ~ Sigmund Freud,
323:El sueño posee una maravillosa poesía, una exacta facultad alegórica, un humorismo incomparable y una deliciosa ironía. ~ Sigmund Freud,
324:Sigmund Freud said that everything you and I do springs from two motives: the sex urge and the desire to be great. John ~ Dale Carnegie,
325:Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive, and will come forth later, in uglier ways. Sigmund Freud ~ Alex Michaelides,
326:In the long run, nothing can withstand reason and experience, and the contradiction religion offers to both is palpable. ~ Sigmund Freud,
327:thanks to the discrepancies between people’s thoughts and their actions, and to the diversity of their wishful impulses. ~ Sigmund Freud,
328:Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive, and will come forth later, in uglier ways. —SIGMUND FREUD ~ Alex Michaelides,
329:One must learn to give up momentary, uncertain and destructive pleasure for delayed, restrained, but dependable pleasure. ~ Sigmund Freud,
330:And I will go on kissing you till you are strong and gay and happy — and if they haven't died, they are still alive today. ~ Sigmund Freud,
331:It has
long been our contention that ' dread of society [soziale
Angst] is the essence of what is called conscience. ~ Sigmund Freud,
332:It has
long been our contention that ' dread of society [soziale
Angsty is the essence of what is called conscience. ~ Sigmund Freud,
333:La ciencia moderna aún no ha producido un medicamento tranquilizador tan eficaz como lo son unas pocas palabras bondadosas ~ Sigmund Freud,
334:The behavior of a human being in sexual matters is often a prototype for the whole of his other modes of reaction in life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
335:The Irish are the one race for which psychoanalysis is of no use whatsoever... because they already live in a dream world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
336:Conservatism, however, is too often a welcome excuse for lazy minds, loath to adapt themselves to fast changing conditions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
337:La ciencia moderna aún no ha producido un medicamento tranquilizador tan eficaz como lo son unas pocas palabras bondadosas. ~ Sigmund Freud,
338:The primitive stages can always be re-established; the primitive mind is, in the fullest meaning of the word, imperishable. ~ Sigmund Freud,
339: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,
340:It is easy to see that the ego is that part of the id which has been modified by the direct influence of the external world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
341:The behavior of a human being in sexual matters is often a prototype for the whole of his other modes of reaction in life. ~ Sigmund Freud.,
342:The delusions of paranoiacs have an unpalatable external similarity and internal kinship to the systems of our philosophers. ~ Sigmund Freud,
343:For those particular illusions there may well have been a past; it is problematic, however, if there is now much of a future. ~ Sigmund Freud,
344:No, our science is no illusion. But an illusion it would be to suppose that what science cannot give us we can get elsewhere. ~ Sigmund Freud,
345:Only a rebuke that 'has something in it' will sting, will have the power to stir our feelings, not the other sort, as we know. ~ Sigmund Freud,
346:The distortion of a text resembles a murder: the difficulty is not in perpetrating the deed, but in getting rid of its traces. ~ Sigmund Freud,
347:Um rosário de censuras a outras pessoas leva-nos a suspeitar da existência de um rosário de autocensuras de conteúdo idêntico. ~ Sigmund Freud,
348:You can always make a lot of people love one another so long as there are a smaller number outside the group for them to kick. ~ Sigmund Freud,
349:A piece of creative writing, like a day-dream, is a continuation of, and a substitute for, what was once the play of childhood. ~ Sigmund Freud,
350:"He sido un hombre afortunado en la vida, nada me ha sido facil."  "I've been a fortunate man in life, nothing has come easy" ~ Sigmund Freud,
351:It is a predisposition of human nature to consider an unpleasant idea untrue, and then it is easy to find arguments against it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
352:The medical profession is justly conservative. Human life should not be considered as the proper material for wild experiments. ~ Sigmund Freud,
353:This is how men ought to be, in order to be happy and to make others happy; but you have to reckon on their not being like that ~ Sigmund Freud,
354:We are so constituted that we can gain intense pleasure only from the contrast, and only very little from the condition itself. ~ Sigmund Freud,
355:Where questions of religion are concerned, people are guilty of every possible sort of dishonesty and intellectual misdemeanor. ~ Sigmund Freud,
356:The scope of one’s personality is defined by the magnitude of that problem which is capable of driving a person out of his wits. ~ Sigmund Freud,
357:Anxiety in children is originally nothing other than an expression of the fact they are feeling the loss of the person they love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
358:En cuanto a las necesidades religiosas, considero irrefutable su derivación del desamparo infantil y de la nostalgia por el padre ~ Sigmund Freud,
359:I no longer believe that William Shakespeare the actor from Stratford was the author of the works that have been ascribed to him. ~ Sigmund Freud,
360:Plaque was placed on 6 May 1977 at Bellevue (a house on the slopes of the Wienerwald) where the Freud family spent their summers. ~ Sigmund Freud,
361:The injunction that before making a final decision in any matter one should sleep on it for a night is obviously fully justified. ~ Sigmund Freud,
362:the process of dreaming transfers psychical intensity from what is important, but also objectionable, onto what is insignificant. ~ Sigmund Freud,
363:What a distressing contrast there is between the radiant intelligence of the child and the feeble mentality of the average adult. ~ Sigmund Freud,
364:When the wayfarer whistles in the dark, he may be disavowing his timidity, but he does not see any the more clearly for doing so. ~ Sigmund Freud,
365:Intolerance of groups is often, strangely enough, exhibited more strongly against small differences than against fundamental ones. ~ Sigmund Freud,
366:Most people do not really want freedom, because freedom involves responsibility, and most people are frightened of responsibility. ~ Sigmund Freud,
367:We should picture the instrument that carries our mental functioning as resembling a compound microscope or photographic apparatus. ~ Sigmund Freud,
368:Where the questions of religion are concerned people are guilty of every possible kind of insincerity and intellectual misdemeanor. ~ Sigmund Freud,
369:A string of reproaches against other people leads one to suspect the existence of a string of self-reproaches with the same content. ~ Sigmund Freud,
370:The dream is the liberation of the spirit from the pressure of external nature, a detachment of the soul from the fetters of matter. ~ Sigmund Freud,
371:I consider it a good rule for letter-writing to leave unmentioned what the recipient already knows, and instead tell him something new. ~ Sigmund Freud,
372:Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us O'er the world's tempestuous sea; Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us, For we have no help but Thee. ~ Sigmund Freud,
373:Não existe uma regra de ouro que se aplique a todos: todo homem tem de descobrir por si mesmo de que modo específico ele pode ser salvo ~ Sigmund Freud,
374:Our memory has no guarantees at all, and yet we bow more often than is objectively justified to the compulsion to believe what it says. ~ Sigmund Freud,
375:Analysis does not set out to make pathological reactions impossible, but to give the patient's ego freedom to decide one way or another. ~ Sigmund Freud,
376:As these examples show, Freud’s theory is resourceful, perhaps dangerously so, in incorporating apparently recalcitrant counterexamples. ~ Sigmund Freud,
377:We believe that civilization has been created under the pressure of the exigencies of life at the cost of satisfaction of the instincts. ~ Sigmund Freud,
378:Dogs love their friends and bite their enemies, quite unlike people, who are incapable of pure love and always have to mix love and hate. ~ Sigmund Freud,
379:Les souvenirs pénibles s’effacent difficilement, reviennent sans cesse, quoi qu'on fasse pour les étouffer, et vous torturent sans répit. ~ Sigmund Freud,
380:The demons of animism were usually hostile to man, but it seems as though man had more confidence in himself in those days than later on. ~ Sigmund Freud,
381:I have never doubted that religious phenomena are only to be understood on the pattern of the individual neurotic symptoms familiar to us. ~ Sigmund Freud,
382: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,
383:Pfaff, citado por Spitta, altera a redação de um ditado familiar: 'diga-me alguns dos teus sonhos, e eu te direi sobre o teu eu interior'. ~ Sigmund Freud,
384:Religious illusion must bow to scientific truth. It is in total error about the nature of the true world. Only science is not an illusion. ~ Sigmund Freud,
385:A large number of observers acknowledge that dream life is capable of extraordinary achievements—at any rate, in certain fields ("Memory"). ~ Sigmund Freud,
386:Alternatives are difficult to represent, and in some cases they are expressed by the division of the dream into two halves of equal length. ~ Sigmund Freud,
387:But it is a predisposition of human nature to consider an unpleasant idea untrue, and then it is easy to find arguments against it. Society ~ Sigmund Freud,
388: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,
389:Sexual morality - as society in its extreme form, the American, defines it - is contemptible. I advocate an incomparably freer sexual life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
390:We are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love, never so forlornly unhappy as when we have lost our love object or its love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
391:Homosexuality is assuredly no advantage, but it is nothing to be ashamed of, no vice, no degradation, it cannot be classified as an illness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
392:What a distressing contrast there is between the radiant intelligence of the child and the feeble mentality of the average adult. -Sigmund Freud ~ Anonymous,
393:Happiness is the belated fulfilment of a prehistoric wish. For this reason wealth brings so little happiness. Money was not a childhood wish. ~ Sigmund Freud,
394:Psychoanalysis is right to be mistrustful. One of its rules runs: whatever disturbs the continuation of the work of analysis is a resistance. ~ Sigmund Freud,
395:The essence of analysis is surprise. When people are themselves surprised by what they say, that's when they are really making some progress. ~ Sigmund Freud,
396:Toward the person who has died we adopt a special attitude: something like admiration for someone who has accomplished a very difficult task. ~ Sigmund Freud,
397:I am actually not at all a man of science, not an observer, not an experimenter, not a thinker. I am by temperament nothing but a conquistador ~ Sigmund Freud,
398:I have, as it were, constructed a lay-figure for the purposes of a demonstration which I desired to be as rapid and as impressive as possible. ~ Sigmund Freud,
399:[The child receives impressions like] a photographic exposure that can be developed after any interval of time and transformed into a picture. ~ Sigmund Freud,
400:One must be humble, one must keep personal preferences and antipathies in the background, if one wishes to discover the realities of the world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
401:Poets are masters of us ordinary men, in knowledge of the mind, because they drink at streams which we have not yet made accessible to science. ~ Sigmund Freud,
402:Pues allí donde el amor despierta, muere el yo, déspota, sombrío.
(Observaciones psicoanalíticas sobre un caso de paranoia (Caso “Schreber”) ~ Sigmund Freud,
403:The psychoanalysis of neurotics has taught us to recognize the intimate connection between wetting the bed and the character trait of ambition. ~ Sigmund Freud,
404:To endure life remains, when all is said, the first duty of all living being Illusion can have no value if it makes this more difficult for us. ~ Sigmund Freud,
405:a materialization of our conscience, of the severe super-ego within us, in which the punitive agency of our childhood finds residual expression. ~ Sigmund Freud,
406:Religious doctrines … are all illusions, they do not admit of proof, and no one can be compelled to consider them as true or to believe in them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
407:A man should not strive to eliminate his complexes but to get into accord with them: they are legitimately what directs his conduct in the world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
408:My boy! Smoking is one of the greatest and cheapest enjoyments in life, and if you decide in advance not to smoke, i can only feel sorry for you. ~ Sigmund Freud,
409:It is precisely the minor differences in people who are otherwise alike that form the basis of feelings of strangeness and hostility between them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
410:Poets are masters of us ordinary men, in knowledge of the mind,
because they drink at streams which we have not yet made accessible to science. ~ Sigmund Freud,
411: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,
412:What we call happiness in the strictest sense comes from the (preferably sudden) satisfaction of needs which have been dammed up to a high degree. ~ Sigmund Freud,
413:When a love-relationship is at its height there is no room left for any interest in the environment; a pair of lovers are sufficient to themselves ~ Sigmund Freud,
414:Cilvēku lielais vairums strādā tikai nepieciešamības spiesti, un no šī cilvēka dabiskā riebuma pret darbu izriet pašas smagākās sociālās problēmas. ~ Sigmund Freud,
415:In reality the ego is like the clown in the circus, who is always putting in his oar to make the audience think that whatever happens is his doing. ~ Sigmund Freud,
416:Sigmund Freud, the father of psychiatry and an atheist, theorized that one’s attitude toward one’s father largely shaped one’s attitude toward God. ~ Dennis Prager,
417:What good to us is a long life if it is difficult and barren of joys, and if it is so full of misery that we can only welcome death as a deliverer? ~ Sigmund Freud,
418:En el fondo de mi corazón estoy irremediablemente convencido de que mis queridos prójimos, con unas pocas excepciones, son unos seres despreciables. ~ Sigmund Freud,
419:[I]n scientific matters it is always experience, and never authority without experience, that gives the final verdict, whether in favour or against. ~ Sigmund Freud,
420: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,
421:The motive forces of phantasies are unsatisfied wishes, and every single phantasy is the fulfillment of a wish, a correction of unsatisfying reality. ~ Sigmund Freud,
422:The only person with whom you have to compare ourselves, is that you in the past. And the only per-son better you should be, this is who you are now. ~ Sigmund Freud,
423:The poets and philosophers before me discovered the unconscious; what I discovered was the scientific method by which the unconscious can be studied. ~ Sigmund Freud,
424:There is to my mind no doubt that the concept of beautiful had its roots in sexual excitation and that its original meaning was sexually stimulating. ~ Sigmund Freud,
425:The weakling and the neurotic attached to his neurosis are not anxious to turn such a powerful searchlight upon the dark corners of their psychology. ~ Sigmund Freud,
426:Centuries before Sigmund Freud published his Interpretation of Dreams (1900), the Jews had a saying: “In sleep, it is not the man who sins—but his dream. ~ Leo Rosten,
427:Homo homini lupus [man is wolf to man]. Who in the face of all his experience of life and of history, will have the courage to dispute this assertion? ~ Sigmund Freud,
428:Life as we find it is too hard for us; it entails too much pain, too many disappointments, impossible tasks. We cannot do without palliative remedies. ~ Sigmund Freud,
429:[The child] takes his play very seriously and he expends large amounts of emotion on it. The opposite of play is not what is serious but what is real. ~ Sigmund Freud,
430:Dans le travail scientifique, il est plus rationnel de s'attaquer à ce qu'on a devant soi, à des objets qui s'offrent d'eux-mêmes à notre investigation. ~ Sigmund Freud,
431:It is that we are never so defenceless against suffering as when we love, never so helplessly unhappy as when we have lost our loved object or its love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
432:It is that we are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love, never so helplessly unhappy as when we have lost our loved object or its love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
433:...our memory has no guarantees at all, and yet we bow more often than is objectively justified to the compulsion to believe what it says.” - Sigmund Freud ~ Lily White,
434:The sexual wishes in regard to the mother become more intense and the father is perceived as an obstacle to the; this gives rise to the Oedipus complex. ~ Sigmund Freud,
435:That which he projects ahead of him as his ideal, is merely his substitute for the lost narcissism of his childhood - the time when he was his own ideal. ~ Sigmund Freud,
436:A thing which has not been understood inevitably reappears; like an unlaid ghost, it cannot rest until the mystery has been resolved and the spell broken. ~ Sigmund Freud,
437:I cannot face the idea of life without work. What would one do when ideas failed or words refused to come? It is impossible not to shudder at the thought. ~ Sigmund Freud,
438:The communal life of human beings had . . . a two-fold foundation: the compulsion to work, which was created by external necessity, and the power of love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
439:The conscious mind may be compared to a fountain playing in the sun and falling back into the great subterranean pool of subconscious from which it rises. ~ Sigmund Freud,
440:The dream has no way at all of expressing the alternative ‘either … or’. It usually takes up the two options into one context as if they had equal rights. ~ Sigmund Freud,
441:The religions of mankind must be classed among the mass-delusions of this kind. No one, needless to say, who shares a delusion ever recognizes it as such. ~ Sigmund Freud,
442:We must reckon with the possibility that something in the nature of the sexual instinct itself is unfavorable to the realization of complete satisfaction. ~ Sigmund Freud,
443:Ben her şeyden önce bedenseldir, sadece yüzeyden oluşan bir varlık değil aynı zamanda bir yüzeyin yansımasıdır.”

Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 50 ~ Sigmund Freud,
444:Furthermore, [Sigmund Freud] had a racial fixation on sex, a fixation sufficiently pronounced to cause it to infect contagiously all modern European stock. ~ L Ron Hubbard,
445:...la civilización todavía no ha sido capaz de difundirse en las almas de la mayoría de los hombres sin una acumulación explosiva de energías destructoras. ~ Sigmund Freud,
446:porque —oh viejo hermoso Sigmund Freud— la ciencia psicoanalítica se olvidó la llave en algún lado:
abrir se abre
pero ¿cómo cerrar la herida? ~ Alejandra Pizarnik,
447:Sexuality is the key to the problem of the psychoneuroses and of the neuroses in general. No one who disdains the key will ever be able to unlock the door. ~ Sigmund Freud,
448:The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it does not rest till it has gained a hearing. Finally, after a countless succession of rebuffs, it succeeds. ~ Sigmund Freud,
449:We must not allow ourselves to be deflected by the feminists who are anxious to force us to regard the two sexes as completely equal in position and worth. ~ Sigmund Freud,
450:all the categories which we employ to describe conscious mental acts, such as ideas, purposes, resolutions, and so on, can be applied tothese latent states. ~ Sigmund Freud,
451:Humanity is in the highest degree irrational, so that there is no prospect of influencing it by reasonable arguments. Against prejudice one can do nothing. ~ Sigmund Freud,
452:In tal modo era taciuta l'uccisione di Dio, ma un crimine la cui espiazione richiedeva che una vittima fosse immolata non poteva esser stato che un omicidio. ~ Sigmund Freud,
453:I prefer the company of animals more than the company of humans. Certainly, a wild animal is cruel. But to be merciless is the privilege of civilized humans. ~ Sigmund Freud,
454:Theoretical considerations require that what is to-day the object of a phobia must at one time in the past have been the source of a high degree of pleasure. ~ Sigmund Freud,
455:It is the relation of similarity, congruence, or convergence, the just like, which dreams have the most various means of expressing better than anything else. ~ Sigmund Freud,
456:Neurotics complain of their illness, but they make the most of it, and when it comes to taking it away from them they will defend it like a lioness her young. ~ Sigmund Freud,
457:Thinking is an experimental dealing with small quantities of energy, just as a general moves miniature figures over a map before setting his troops in action. ~ Sigmund Freud,
458:Woe to you, my Princess, when I come... you shall see who is the stronger, a gentle girl who doesn't eat enough or a big wild man who has cocaine in his body. ~ Sigmund Freud,
459:My psychoanalysis has equipped you with the equivalent of a train ticket to recovery. It is now your decision whether or not you choose to make full use of it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
460:Perhaps the gods are kind to us, by making life more disagreeable as we grow older. In the end death seems less intolerable than the manifold burdens we carry ~ Sigmund Freud,
461:Dreaming, in short, is one of the devices we employ to circumvent repression, one of the main methods of what may be called indirect representation in the mind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
462:Freud revelled in linguistic play, but, despite his appreciation of painting and especially sculpture, he did not know what to make of visual imagery in dreams. ~ Sigmund Freud,
463:The communal life of human beings had, therefore, a two-fold foundation: the compulsion to work, which was created by external necessity, and the power of love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
464:at least one of the meanings of a symptom corresponds to the presentation of a sexual fantasy, while there is no such limit to the content of its other meanings. ~ Sigmund Freud,
465:Dream-displacement and dream-condensation are the two foremen in charge of the dream-work, and we may put the shaping of our dreams down mainly to their activity. ~ Sigmund Freud,
466:The superego is, however, not simply a residue of the earliest object-choices of the id; it also represents an energetic reaction-formation against those choices. ~ Sigmund Freud,
467:To love one’s neighbour as oneself — a commandment which is really justified by the fact that nothing else runs as strongly counter to the original nature of man. ~ Sigmund Freud,
468:Every normal person, in fact, is only normal on the average. His ego approximates to that of the psychotic in some part or other and to a greater or lesser extent. ~ Sigmund Freud,
469:I cannot face with comfort the idea of life without work; work and the free play of the imagination are for me the same thing, I take no pleasure in anything else. ~ Sigmund Freud,
470:A love that does not discriminate seems to me to forfeit a part of its own value, by doing an injustice to its object; and secondly, not all men are worthy of love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
471:But one thing about human beings puzzles me the most is their conscious effort to be connected with the object of their affection even if it kills them slowly within. ~ Sigmund Freud,
472:A civilization which leaves so large a number of its participants unsatisfied and drives them into revolt neither has nor deserves the prospect of a lasting existence. ~ Sigmund Freud,
473:All who seek to be nobler than their constitution permits succumb to neurosis; they would have been better in health if they had found it possible to be morally worse. ~ Sigmund Freud,
474:Another assumption is labelled ‘regression’, and here the reader encounters strange diagrams purporting to represent the direction of psychical energy within the mind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
475:A religion, even if it calls itself a religion of love, must be hard and unloving to those who do not belong to it. ~ Sigmund Freud, Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego (1921),
476:In the development of mankind as a whole, just as in individuals, love alone acts as the civilizing factor in the sense that it brings a change from egoism to altruism. ~ Sigmund Freud,
477:My way of working was different years ago. I used to wait until an idea came to me. Now I go half-way to meet it, though I don't know whether I find it any the quicker. ~ Sigmund Freud,
478:Na opinião de Delboeuf, existe apenas um critério válido para determinar se estamos sonhando ou acordados, e esse é o critério puramente empírico do fato de acordarmos. ~ Sigmund Freud,
479:Sigmund Freud said we act out our own dreams, but if you are only an actor you are not acting out your own dream. You are simply participating in someone else's dream. ~ John Malkovich,
480:The news that reaches your consciousness is incomplete and often not to be relied on.... Turn your eyes inward, look into your own depths, learn first to know yourself! ~ Sigmund Freud,
481:We have long observed that every neurosis has the result, and therefore probably the purpose, of forcing the patient out of real life, of alienating him from actuality. ~ Sigmund Freud,
482:According to the prevailing view human sexual life consists essentially in an endeavor to bring one's own genitals into contact with those of someone of the opposite sex. ~ Sigmund Freud,
483:I think that in general it is a good plan occasionally to bear in mind the fact that people were in the habit of dreaming before there was such a thing as psychoanalysis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
484:Religious ideas have sprung from the same need as all the other achievements of culture: from the necessity for defending itself against the crushing supremacy of nature. ~ Sigmund Freud,
485:The dream unites the grossest contradictions, permits impossibilities, sets aside the knowledge that influences us by day, and exposes us as ethically and morally obtuse. ~ Sigmund Freud,
486:Religion is an illusion and it derives its strength from the fact that it falls in with our instinctual desires. ~ Sigmund Freud, New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis (1915 - 1917),
487:We are what we are because we have been what we have been, and what is needed for solving the problems of human life and motives is not moral estimates but more knowledge. ~ Sigmund Freud,
488: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,
489:It only too often yields to the temptation to become sycophantic, opportunist and lying, like a politician who sees the truth but wants to keep his place in popular favour. ~ Sigmund Freud,
490:One becomes gradually accustomed to a new realization of the nature of 'happiness': one has to assume happiness when Fate does not carry out all its threats simultaneously. ~ Sigmund Freud,
491:Some think he was trying to invent monotheism; no less a luminary than Sigmund Freud argued that Moses stole this concept from Akhenaten while the Hebrews were in Egypt. There ~ Ian Morris,
492:A normal dream stands, as it were, on two feet, one of which derives from the actual nature of the occasion for it, the other on a childhood event with serious consequences. ~ Sigmund Freud,
493:Master Sigmund Freud once said that wherever I go, I find a poet has been there before me. This is simply because science either walks or runs but art has wings to fly! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
494:We know that the great majority of people have a strong need for authority which it can admire, to which it can submit, and which dominates and sometimes even ill-treats it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
495:Instinct of love toward an object demands a mastery to obtain it, and if a person feels they can't control the object or feel threatened by it, they act negatively toward it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
496:If the truth of religious doctrines is dependent on an inner experience that bears witness to the truth, what is one to make of the many people who do not have that experience? ~ Sigmund Freud,
497:There is a powerful force within us, an un-illuminated part of the mind - separate from the conscious mind that is constantly at work molding our thought, feelings, and actions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
498:There is little that gives children greater pleasure than when a grown-up lets himself down to their level, renounces his oppressive superiority and plays with them as an equal. ~ Sigmund Freud,
499:What means, then, is the dream-work able to use to indicate these relations, which are so difficult to represent, in the dream-thoughts? I shall attempt to list them one by one. ~ Sigmund Freud,
500:Ben ile O arasındaki ayrım da çok katı olarak ele alınmamalı; unutmayalım ki Ben, O’nun özel bir biçimde ayrımlaşmış bir kısmıdır.”


Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 69 ~ Sigmund Freud,
501:It is always possible to bind together a considerable number of people in love, so long as there are other people left over to receive the manifestations of their aggressiveness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
502:Sigmund Freud was a novelist with a scientific background. He just didn't know he was a novelist. All those damn psychiatrists after him, they didn't know he was a novelist either. ~ John Irving,
503:We may say that hysteria is a caricature of an artistic creation, a compulsion neurosis a caricature of a religion, and a paranoiac delusion a caricature of a philosophic system. ~ Sigmund Freud,
504: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,
505:en cuanto cierto número de seres vivos se reúne, trátese de un rebaño o de una multitud humana, los elementos individuales se colocan instintivamente bajo la autoridad de un jefe. ~ Sigmund Freud,
506: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,
507:So far we have mainly been concerned with probing after the hidden meaning of dreams, the route we should take to discover it, and the means the dream-work has employed to hide it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
508:The first thing the investigator comes to understand in comparing the dream-content with the dream-thoughts is that work of condensation has been carried out here on a grand scale. ~ Sigmund Freud,
509:If a man has been his mother's undisputed darling he retains throughout life the triumphant feeling, the confidence in success, which not seldom brings actual success along with it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
510:Just as a cautious businessman avoids investing all his capital in one concern, so wisdom would probably admonish us also not to anticipate all our happiness from one quarter alone. ~ Sigmund Freud,
511:La neurosis obsesiva deja ver, mucho más claramente que la histeria, cómo los factores que integran las psiconeurosis no deben buscarse en la vida sexual actual, sino en la infantil. ~ Sigmund Freud,
512:I was making frequent use of cocaine at that time ... I had been the first to recommend the use of cocaine, in 1885, and this recommendation had brought serious reproaches down on me. ~ Sigmund Freud,
513:No one who, like me, conjures up the most evil of those half-tamed demons that inhabit the human breast, and seeks to wrestle them, can expect to come through the struggle unscathed. ~ Sigmund Freud,
514:The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is 'What does a woman want?' ~ Sigmund Freud,
515:What is common in all these dreams is obvious. They completely satisfy wishes excited during the day which remain unrealized. They are simply and undisguisedly realizations of wishes. ~ Sigmund Freud,
516:Freud gave these conceptions spatial form because he still thought, as in his ‘Project’, that it would eventually be possible to locate them within the brain as described by neurology. ~ Sigmund Freud,
517:The great question that has never been answered , and which I have not yet been able to answer , despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul , is What does a woman want? ~ Sigmund Freud,
518:How we who have little belief envy those who are convinced of the existence of a Supreme Power, for whom the world holds no problems because He Himself has created all its institutions! ~ Sigmund Freud,
519:I do not think our successes can compete with those of Lourdes. There are so many more people who believe in the miracles of the Blessed Virgin than in the existence of the unconscious. ~ Sigmund Freud,
520:No one who, like me, conjures up the most evil of those half-tamed demons that inhabit the human breast, and seeks to wrestle with them, can expect to come through the struggle unscathed ~ Sigmund Freud,
521:The transformation of object-libido into narcissistic libido which thus takes place obviously implies an abandonment of sexual aims, a desexualization - a kind of sublimation, therefore. ~ Sigmund Freud,
522:No one who, like me, conjures up the most evil of those half-tamed demons that inhabit the human breast, and seeks to wrestle with them, can expect to come through the struggle unscathed. ~ Sigmund Freud,
523:In an extraordinary correspondence, Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud explored the topic of human violence. Einstein’s letter concluded that “man has in him the need to hate and destroy. ~ Gavin de Becker,
524:Neurosis is the result of a conflict between the ego and its id, whereas psychosis is the analogous outcome of a similar disturbance in the relation between the ego and the external world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
525:The three major mother gods of the Eastern populations seemed to be generating and destroying entities at the same time; both goddesses of life and fertility as well as goddesses of death. ~ Sigmund Freud,
526: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,
527:Not that I know so much, but there are so many equally valid possibilities. For the present I do not believe that anyone is justified in saying that sexuality is the mother of all feelings. ~ Sigmund Freud,
528:The true believer is in a high degree protected against the danger of certain neurotic afflictions; by accepting the universal neurosis he is spared the task of forming a personal neurosis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
529:Might we not say that every child at play behaves like a creative writer, in that he creates a world of his own, or, rather, rearranges the things of his world in a new way which pleases him? ~ Sigmund Freud,
530:but the state of sleep, we found, is not characterized by the disintegration of psychical interconnections, but by the focus on the wish to sleep by the psychical system in control of the day. ~ Sigmund Freud,
531:Look into the depths of your own soul and learn first to know yourself, then you will understand why this illness was bound to come upon you and perhaps you will thenceforth avoid falling ill. ~ Sigmund Freud,
532:The poor ego has to serve three harsh masters, and it has to do its best to reconcile the claims and demands of all three...The three tyrants are the external world, the superego, and the id. ~ Sigmund Freud,
533:He that has eyes to see and ears to hear may convince himself that no mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips; betrayal oozes out of him at every pore. ~ Sigmund Freud,
534:Life is impoverished, it loses in interest, when the highest stake in the game of living, life itself, may not be risked. It becomes as shallow and empty as, let us say, an American flirtation. ~ Sigmund Freud,
535:Even if all parts of a problem seem to fit together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, one has to remember that the probable need not necessarily be the truth and the truth not always probable. ~ Sigmund Freud,
536:Once again, only religion can answer the question of the purpose of life. One can hardly be wrong in concluding that the idea of life having a purpose stands and falls with the religious system. ~ Sigmund Freud,
537:Our unconscious, then, does not believe in its own death; it behaves as if it were immortal. It knows nothing that is negative; in it contradictories coincide. This may be the secret of heroism. ~ Sigmund Freud,
538:The name [Spooky] comes from well back in university I was doing a series of essays and writing about Sigmund Freud's idea of the uncanny and I was really intrigued by this idea of "The Unheimlich". ~ DJ Spooky,
539:We know less about the sexual life of little girls than of boys. But we need not feel ashamed of this distinction; after all, the sexual life of adult women is a 'dark continent' for psychology. ~ Sigmund Freud,
540: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,
541:If you walk into a coffee shop in 1903 Vienna, you might find at the same table the artist Gustav Klimt, Sigmund Freud, Leon Trotsky and possibly Adolf Hitler, who lived in Vienna at the same time. ~ Eric Weiner,
542:It goes without saying that a civilization which leaves so large a number of its participants unsatisfied and drives them into revolt neither has nor deserves the prospect of a lasting existence. ~ Sigmund Freud,
543:When it comes to the small matters in life one should think long and hard, but when it comes to the big ones -whether or not to marry, whether to have children- one should just go ahead and do it ~ Sigmund Freud,
544:A poor girl may have an illusion that a prince will come and fetch her home. It is possible, some such cases have occurred. That the Messiah will come and found a golden age is much less probable. ~ Sigmund Freud,
545:A strong egoism is a protection against disease, but in the last resort we must begin to love in order that we may not fall ill, and must fall ill if, in consequence of frustration, we cannot love. ~ Sigmund Freud,
546: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,
547:Die rührende, im Grunde so kindliche Elternliebe ist nichts anderes als der wiedergeborene Narzißmus der Eltern, der in seiner Umwandlung zur Objektliebe sein einstiges Wesen unverkennbar offenbart. ~ Sigmund Freud,
548:Thank heaven, Sigmund Freud was spared knowing the concentration camps from the inside. His subjects lay on a couch designed in the plush style of Victorian culture, not in the filth of Auschwitz. ~ Viktor E Frankl,
549:The most ancient and important taboo prohibitions are the two basic laws of totemism: not to kill the totem animal and to avoid sexual intercourse with members of the totem clan of the opposite sex. ~ Sigmund Freud,
550:Cigars served me for precisely fifty years as protection and a weapon in the combat of life... I owe to the cigar a great intensification of my capacity to work and a facilitation of my self-control. ~ Sigmund Freud,
551: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,
552:Neurosis is the result of a conflict between the ego and its id, whereas psychosis is the analogous outcome of a similar disturbance in the relation between the ego and its environment (outer world). ~ Sigmund Freud,
553:A transference neurosis corresponds to a conflict between ego and id, a narcissistic neurosis corresponds to that between between ego and super-ego, and a psychosis to that between ego and outer world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
554:Civilization has little to fear from educated people and brain-workers. In them the replacement of religious motives for civilized behaviors by other, secular motives, would proceed unobtrusively. . . . ~ Sigmund Freud,
555:I am not aware, however, that patients suffering from traumatic neurosis are much occupied in their waking lives with memories of their accident. Perhaps they are more concerned with not thinking of it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
556:I have found little that is 'good' about human beings on the whole. In my experience most of them are trash, no matter whether they publicly subscribe to this or that ethical doctrine or to none at all. ~ Sigmund Freud,
557:…much will be gained if we succeed in transforming your hysterical misery into common unhappiness. With a mental life that has been restored to health, you will be better armed against that unhappiness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
558:Religion is an attempt to get control over the sensory world, in which we are placed, by means of the wish-world which we have developed inside us as a result of biological and psychological necessites. ~ Sigmund Freud,
559:Creativity is an attempt to resolve a conflict generated by unexpressed biological impulses, such that unfulfilled desires are the driving force of the imagination, and they fuel our dreams and daydreams. ~ Sigmund Freud,
560:But the repressed merges into the id as well, and is merely a part of it. The repressed is only cut off sharply from the ego by the resistances of repression; it can communicate with the ego through the id. ~ Sigmund Freud,
561:Man has, as it were, become a kind of prosthetic God. When he puts on all his auxiliary organs, he is truly magnificent; but those organs have not grown on him and they still give him much trouble at times. ~ Sigmund Freud,
562:This transmissibility of taboo is a reflection of the tendency, on which we have already remarked, for the unconscious instinct in the neurosis to shift constantly along associative paths on to new objects. ~ Sigmund Freud,
563:Every man has a right over his own life and war destroys lives that were full of promise; it forces the individual into situations that shame his manhood, obliging him to murder fellow men, against his will. ~ Sigmund Freud,
564:One thing only do I know for certain and that is that man's judgments of value follow directly his wishes for happiness-that, accordingly, they are an attempt to support his illusions with arguments. [p.111] ~ Sigmund Freud,
565:The goal towards which the pleasure principle impels us - of becoming happy - is not attainable: yet we may not - nay, cannot - give up the efforts to come nearer to realization of it by some means or other. ~ Sigmund Freud,
566:The individual does actually carry on a double existence: one designed to serve his own purposes and another as a link in a chain, in which he serves against, or at any rate without, any volition of his own. ~ Sigmund Freud,
567:These [religious ideas] are given out as teachings, are not precipitates of experience or end-results of thinking: they are illusions, fullfilments of the oldest, strongest and most urgent wishes of mankind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
568:As regards intellectual work it remains a fact, indeed, that great decisions in the realm of thought and momentous discoveries and solutions of problems are only possible to an individual, working in solitude. ~ Sigmund Freud,
569:It often seems that the poet's derisive comment is not unjustified when he says of the philosopher: “With his nightcaps and the tatters of his dressing-gown he patches the gaps in the structure of the universe. ~ Sigmund Freud,
570:The different religions have never overlooked the part played by the sense of guilt in civilization. What is more, they come forward with a claim...to save mankind from this sense of guilt, which they call sin. ~ Sigmund Freud,
571:Düşmanlığın hiçbir doyum ihtimali yoktur, bu yüzden – yani ekonomik nedenlerden ötürü – daha fazla doyum, yani boşalım olanağı sunan sevgi yaklaşımıyla yer değiştirir.”

Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 77 ~ Sigmund Freud,
572:If we subject the content of the dream to analysis, we become aware that the dream fear is no more justified by the dream content than the fear in a phobia is justified by the idea upon which the phobia depends. ~ Sigmund Freud,
573:I take up the standpoint that the tendency to aggression is an innate, independent, instinctual disposition in man, and I come back now to the statement that it constitutes the most powerful obstacle to culture. ~ Sigmund Freud,
574:It is easy to show that the ego ideal answers to everything that is expected of the higher nature of man. As a substitute for a longing for the father, it contains the germ from which all religions have evolved. ~ Sigmund Freud,
575: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,
576:Un egoism puternic protejează împotriva îmbolnăvirii, însă trebuie, în cele din urmă, să începi să iubeşti, pentru a nu ajunge bolnav şi trebuie să te îmbolnăveşti când, ca urmare a unei frustrări, nu poţi iubi. ~ Sigmund Freud,
577: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,
578:we were able to acknowledge that all these mutually contradictory opinions were right on some point in these complicated interrelationships, and to demonstrate that they had discovered something that was correct. ~ Sigmund Freud,
579:A state of consciousness is characteristically very transitory; an idea that is conscious now is no longer so a moment later, although it can become so again under certain conditions that are easily brought about. ~ Sigmund Freud,
580:It would seem more appropriate not to speak of degeneration: (1) Where there are not many marked deviations from the normal; (2) where the capacity for working and living do not in general appear markedly impaired ~ Sigmund Freud,
581: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,
582:The defense against childish helplessness is what lends its characteristic features to the adult's reaction to the helplessness which he has to acknowledge - a reaction which is precisely the formation of religion. ~ Sigmund Freud,
583:If there are quarrels between the parents or if their marriage is unhappy, the ground will be prepared in their children for the severest predisposition to a disturbance of sexual development or to neurotic illness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
584:Sigmund Freud was the apostle of disbelief. He was the one who made psychoanalysis a part of our culture, and in so doing he kicked out a flying buttress that had been essential for holding up our cathedral of faith. ~ Tony Campolo,
585: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. ~ Sigmund Freud,
586:Concerning the factors of silence, solitude and darkness, we can only say that they are actually elements in the production of the infantile anxiety from which the majority of human beings have never become quite free. ~ Sigmund Freud,
587:Men are not gentle, friendly creatures wishing for love, who simply defend themselves if they are attacked, but ... a powerful measure of desire for aggression had to be reckoned as part of their instinctual endowment. ~ Sigmund Freud,
588:There is no doubt that the resistance of the conscious and unconscious ego operates under the sway of the pleasure principle: it seeks to avoid the unpleasure which would be produced by the liberation of the repressed. ~ Sigmund Freud,
589:And it is only after seeing man as his unconscious, revealed by his dreams, presents him to us that we shall understand him fully. For as Freud said to Putnam: "We are what we are because we have been what we have been. ~ Sigmund Freud,
590:In some place in my soul, in a very hidden corner, I am a fanatical Jew. I am very much astonished to discover myself as such in spite of all efforts to be unprejudiced and impartial. What can I do against it at my age? ~ Sigmund Freud,
591:The first requisite of civilization, therefore, is that of justice — that is, the assurance that a law once made will not be broken in favour of an individual. This implies nothing as to the ethical value of such a law. ~ Sigmund Freud,
592:The impression forces itself upon one that men measure by false standards, that everyone seeks power, success, riches for himself, and admires others who attain them, while undervaluing the truly precious thing in life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
593:The Mosaic religion had been a Father religion; Christianity became a Son religion. The old God, the Father, took second place; Christ, the Son, stood in His stead, just as in those dark times every son had longed to do. ~ Sigmund Freud,
594:Bir şeyi ne denli az anlarsan, o denli çok saygı gösteriyor, onun karşısında boyun eğiyorsun. Hitler'i Nietzsche'den, Napolyon'u da Pestalozzi'den daha iyi tanıyorsun. Sana göre bir kral, Sigmund Freud'dan daha önemlidir. ~ Wilhelm Reich,
595:Religion is a system of wishful illusions together with a disavowal of reality, such as we find nowhere else but in a state of blissful hallucinatory confusion. Religion's eleventh commandment is "Thou shalt not question. ~ Sigmund Freud,
596:A strong experience in the present awakens in the creative writer a memory of an earlier experience (usually belonging to his childhood) from which there now proceeds a wish which finds its fulfilment in the creative work. ~ Sigmund Freud,
597:Religion is a system of wishful illusions together with a disavowal of reality, such as we find nowhere else but in a state of blissful hallucinatory confusion. Religion's eleventh commandment is "Thou shalt not question." ~ Sigmund Freud,
598:Nonostante tutte le approssimazioni e anticipazioni nel mondo circostante, fu nello spirito di un uomo ebreo, Saulo di Tarso, che per la prima volta si affacciò l'idea: «Siamo così infelici perché abbiamo ucciso Dio Padre». ~ Sigmund Freud,
599:I may now add that civilization is a process in the service of Eros, whose purpose is to combine single human individuals, and after that families, then races, peoples and nations, into one great unity, the unity of mankind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
600: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,
601:At first this gives the impression that the psychical intensity7 of the particular ideas was not taken into consideration at all in their selection for the dream, but only the varying nature and degree of their determination. ~ Sigmund Freud,
602:Nuestra alma no es una unidad pacífica, autorregulada. Ella es, antes bien, comparable a un Estado moderno, en el que una chusma ansiosa de placer y de destrucción tiene que ser sojuzgada por una clase superior y más juiciosa ~ Sigmund Freud,
603:That others rejected it too, and still do, I find less surprising. ‘For the little children do not like it’ when there is talk of man’s inborn tendency to ‘wickedness’, to aggression and destruction, and therefore to cruelty. ~ Sigmund Freud,
604:The poor ego has a still harder time of it; it has to serve three harsh masters, and it has to do its best to reconcile the claims and demands of all three...The three tyrants are the external world, the superego, and the id. ~ Sigmund Freud,
605: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,
606:I do not doubt that it would be easier for fate to take away your suffering than it would for me. But you will see for yourself that much has been gained if we succeed in turning your hysterical misery into common unhappiness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
607:The state in which the ideas existed before being made conscious is called by us repression, and we assert that the force which instituted the repression and maintains it is perceived as resistance during the work of analysis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
608:The very emphasis of the commandment: Thou shalt not kill, makes it certain that we are descended from an endlessly long chain of generations of murderers, whose love of murder was in their blood as it is perhaps also in ours. ~ Sigmund Freud,
609:Vicdanın talepleriyle Ben’in yetenekleri arasındaki gerilim, ‘suçluluk duygusu’ olarak algılanır. Toplumsal duygular da, diğer duygularla özdeş biçimde Ben-ülküsü temeline dayanırlar.”

Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 67 ~ Sigmund Freud,
610:...our philosophy has preserved essential traits of animistic modes of thought such as the over-estimation of the magic of words and the belief that real processes in the external world follow the lines laid down by our thoughts. ~ Sigmund Freud,
611:The voice of the intellect is soft one, but it does not rest until it has gained a hearing. Ultimately, after endless rebuffs, it succeeds. This is one of the few points in which one may be optimistic about the future of mankind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
612:La vida sexual actual de los neuróticos obsesivos puede parecer muchas veces, a un observador superficial, absolutamente normal, pues ofrece frecuentemente menos factores patógenos y menos anormalidades que la de nuestro paciente. ~ Sigmund Freud,
613:Sigmund Freud already discovered that suffering gives us pleasure - in a strange masochistic way. The tyranny of choice exploits that weakness. Consumer culture exhausts us. We suffer. We destroy ourselves. And we just can't stop. ~ Renata Salecl,
614: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,
615:We have become convinced that it is better to avoid such symbolic disguisings of the truth in what we tell children and not to withhold from them a knowledge of the true state of affairs commensurate with their intellectual level. ~ Sigmund Freud,
616:In other matters no sensible person will behave so irresponsibly or rest content with such feeble grounds for his opinions and for the line he takes. It is only in the highest and most sacred things that he allows himself to do so. ~ Sigmund Freud,
617:One feels inclined to say that the intention that man should be 'happy' is not included in the plan of Creation.' . . . We are so made that we can derive intense enjoyment only from a contrast and very little from a state of things. ~ Sigmund Freud,
618:Normal, bilinçli suçluluk duygusunun (vicdan) yorumunda herhangi bir zorluk yoktur. Ben ile Ben ülküsü arasındaki gerilime dayanır, Ben’in kendi eleştirel yanınca yargılanışının ifadesidir.”

Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 89 ~ Sigmund Freud,
619:Obviously one must hold oneself responsible for the evil impulses of one's dreams. In what other way can one deal with them? Unless the content of the dream rightly understood is inspired by alien spirits, it is part of my own being. ~ Sigmund Freud,
620: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,
621:This is why a new task faces us which did not exist before, the task of investigating the relationship of the manifest dream-content to the latent dream-thoughts, and of tracing the processes by which the latter turned into the former. ~ Sigmund Freud,
622:It almost looks like analysis were the third of those 'impossible' professions in which one can be quite sure of unsatisfying results. The other two, much older-established, are the bringing up of children and the government of nations. ~ Sigmund Freud,
623:It could be ventured to understand obsessive compulsive neurosis as the pathological counterpart of religious development, to define neurosis as an individual religiosity; to define religion as a universal obsessive compulsive neurosis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
624:It is plainly the case that children repeat everything in their play that has made a powerful impression on them, and that in so doing they abreact the intensity of the ecperience and make themselves so to speak master of the situation. ~ Sigmund Freud,
625:The term “defense” in relation to psychology was first used by Sigmund Freud in 1894. He meant it to describe, as Anna Freud said, “the ego’s struggle against painful or unendurable ideas or effects,” which may lead to neurosis. The ~ Tom Butler Bowdon,
626:Both Sigmund Freud and C. G. Jung, the two giants of twentieth-century psychology, used metaphors from alchemy to describe deep psychological processes that cut across the boundaries of body and mind, conscious and unconscious processes. ~ Ralph Metzner,
627:Illusions commend themselves to us because they save us pain and allow us to enjoy pleasure instead. We must therefore accept it without complaint when they sometimes collide with a bit of reality against which they are dashed to pieces. ~ Sigmund Freud,
628:The whole thing [religion] is so patently infantile, so foreign to reality, that to anyone with a friendly attitude to humanity it is painful to think that the great majority of mortals will never be able to rise above this view of life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
629: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,
630:Disimulan en la vida social sus estados patológicos mientras les es posible y sólo recurren al médico en estadios muy avanzados de su enfermedad, estadios tales como aquellos que en una tuberculosis excluyen ya el ingreso en un sanatorio. ~ Sigmund Freud,
631:One must not be mean with affections; what is spent of the funds is renewed in the spending itself. Left untouched for too long, they diminish imperceptibly or the lock gets rusty; they are there all right but one cannot make use of them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
632:When a man has once brought himself to accept uncritically all the absurdities that religious doctrines put before him and even to overlook the contradictions between them, we need not be greatly suprised at the weakness of his intellect. ~ Sigmund Freud,
633:you're quite wrong there, Collie. One does miss sex. The body has a life of it's own. We do miss what we haven't had, you and I. Biologically. Ask Sigmund Freud. It is revealed in dreams. The absent touch of warm limbs at night, the absent ~ Muriel Spark,
634:In almost every place where we find totems we also find a law against persons of the same totem having sexual relations with one another and consequently against their marrying. This, then, is 'exogamy', an institution related to totemism. ~ Sigmund Freud,
635:Sigmund Freud often remarked that great revolutions in the history of science have but one common, and ironic, feature: they knock human arrogance off one pedestal after another of our previous conviction about our own self-importance. ~ Stephen Jay Gould,
636:When a man has once brought himself to accept uncritically all the absurdities that religious doctrines put before him and even to overlook the contradictions between them, we need not be greatly surprised at the weakness of his intellect. ~ Sigmund Freud,
637: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,
638:The way in which these factors—displacement, condensation, and over-determination—interact in the process of dream-formation, and the question of which becomes dominant and which secondary, are things we shall set aside for later inquiries. ~ Sigmund Freud,
639:It is impossible to escape the impression that people commonly use false standards of measurement — that they seek power, success and wealth for themselves and admire them in others, and that they underestimate what is of true value in life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
640:It is impossible to escape the impression that people commonly use false standards of measurement -- that they seek power, success and wealth for themselves and admire them in others, and that they underestimate what is of true value in life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
641:Perhaps the hopes I have confessed to are of an illusory nature, too. But I hold fast to one distinction. Apart from the fact that no penalty is imposed for not sharing them, my illusions are not, like religious ones, incapable of correction. ~ Sigmund Freud,
642:The pleasure of satisfying a savage instinct, undomesticated by the ego, is uncomparably much more intense than the one of satisfying a tamed instinct. The reason is becoming the enemy that prevents us from a lot of possibilities of pleasure. ~ Sigmund Freud,
643:Quite often they are lines of thought starting out from more than one centre, but not without their points of contact; almost invariably one train of thought is accompanied by its contradictory opposite, associatively linked to it by contrast. ~ Sigmund Freud,
644:Religion is the process of unconscious wish fulfillment, where, for certain people, if the process did not take place it would put them in self-danger of coming to mental harm, being unable to cope with the idea of a godless, purposeless life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
645:The greater the resistance, the more thoroughly remembering will be replaced by acting out (repetition)....he repeats everything deriving from the repressed element within himself that has already established itself in his manifest personality. ~ Sigmund Freud,
646:In so doing, the idea forces itself upon him that religion is comparable to a childhood neurosis, and he is optimistic enough to suppose that mankind will surmount this neurotic phase, just as so many children grow out of their similar neurosis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
647:...perhaps the hopes I have confessed to are of an illusory nature, too. But I hold fast to one distinction. Apart from the fact that no penalty is imposed for not sharing them, my illusions are not, like religious ones, incapable of correction. ~ Sigmund Freud,
648:Mans most disagreeable habits and idiosyncrasies, his deceit, his cowardice, his lack of reverence, are engendered by his incomplete adjustment to a complicated civilisation. It is the result of the conflict between our instincts and our culture. ~ Sigmund Freud,
649:Aber wenn das menschliche Schuldgefühl auf die Tötung des Urvaters zurückgeht, das war doch ein Fall von 'Reue', und damals soll der Voraussetzung nach Gewissen und Schuldgefühl vor der Tat nicht bestanden haben? Woher kam in diesem Fall die Reue? ~ Sigmund Freud,
650:The modern concept of the unconscious, based on such studies and measurements, is often called the “new unconscious,” to distinguish it from the idea of the unconscious that was popularized by a neurologist-turned-clinician named Sigmund Freud. ~ Leonard Mlodinow,
651:No one who has seen a baby sinking back satiated from the breast and falling asleep with flushed cheeks and a blissful smile can escape the reflection that this picture persists as a prototype of the expression of sexual satisfaction in later life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
652:The day thought, which was no wish in itself but rather a worry, had in some way to find a connection with the infantile now unconscious and suppressed wish, which then allowed it, though already properly prepared, to "originate" for consciousness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
653:If this is what happens, then a transference and displacement of the psychical intensity of the individual elements has taken place; as a consequence, the difference between the texts of the dream-content and the dream-thoughts makes its appearance. ~ Sigmund Freud,
654:Every man has a right over his own life and war destroys lives that were full of promise; it forces the individual into situations that shame his manhood, obliging him to murder fellow men, against his will.”
Sigmund Freud wrote to Albert Einstein ~ Sigmund Freud,
655:No matter how much restriction civilization imposes on the individual, he nevertheless finds some way to circumvent it. Wit is the best safety valve modern man has evolved; the more civilization, the more repression, the more need there is for wit.". ~ Sigmund Freud,
656:The different religions have never overlooked the part played by the sense of guilt in civilization. What is more, they come forward with a claim...to save mankind from this sense of guilt, which they call sin. ~ Sigmund Freud, Civilization and its Discontents (1931),
657:We avoid the familiar reproach that we base our constructions of mental life on pathological findings; for dreams are regular events in the life of a normal person, however much their characteristics may differ from the productions of our waking life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
658:He that has eyes to see and ears to hear may convince himself that no mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips; betrayal oozes out of him at every pore. —SIGMUND FREUD, Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis ~ Alex Michaelides,
659:Não quebro muitas vezes a cabeça a propósito da questão do bem e do mal, mas, em média, descobri muito pouco «bem» entre os homens. Segundo o que deles sei, são na maioria escumalha, quer se reclamem da ética desta ou daquela doutrina, quer de nenhuma. ~ Sigmund Freud,
660:It would be very nice if there were a God who created the world and was a benevolent providence, and if there were a moral order in the universe and an after-life; but it is a very striking fact that all this is exactly as we are bound to wish it to be. ~ Sigmund Freud,
661:The hypermnesia of dreams and their command of childhood material have become the two pillars on which our theory rests; our theory of dreams has ascribed to wishes deriving from childhood the part of indispensable moving-force in the formation of dreams. ~ Sigmund Freud,
662:Um trauma teria de ser definido como um acréscimo da excitação no sistema nervoso, que este é incapaz de fazer dissipar-se adequadamente pela reação motora. Um ataque histérico talvez deva ser considerado como uma tentativa de completar a reação ao trauma. ~ Sigmund Freud,
663:No probability, however seductive, can protect us from error; even if all parts of a problem seem to fit together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, one has to remember that the probable need not necessarily be the truth, and the truth not always probable. ~ Sigmund Freud,
664:It sounds not only disagreeable but also paradoxical, yet it must nevertheless be said that anyone who is to be really free and happy in love must have surmounted his respect for women and have come to terms with the idea of incest with his mother or sister. ~ Sigmund Freud,
665:We may say that the patient does not remember anything at all of what he has forgotten and repressed, but rather acts it out. He reproduces it not as a memory, but as an action; he repeats it, without of course being aware of the fact that he is repeating it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
666:The dream has a very striking way of dealing with the category of opposites and contradictions. This is simply disregarded. To the dream ‘No’ does not seem to exist. In particular, it prefers to draw opposites together into a unity or to represent them as one. ~ Sigmund Freud,
667:repression—which we must carefully note is not a suspension. The excitations in question are produced as usual but are prevented from attaining their aim by psychic hindrances, and are driven off into many other paths until they express themselves in a symptom. ~ Sigmund Freud,
668:If I'm not mistaken, Sigmund Freud said that in every idealisation there's an aggression. Depicting the Pope as a sort of Superman, a star, is offensive to me. The pope is a man who laughs, cries, sleeps calmly and has friends like everyone else. A normal person. ~ Pope Francis,
669:...we cannot fail to recognise the influence which the progressive control over natural forces exerts on the social relationships between men, since men always place their newly won powers at the service of their aggressiveness, and use them against one another. ~ Sigmund Freud,
670:Je vous montrerai que toute votre culture antérieure et toutes les habitudes de votre pensée ont dû faire de vous inévitablement des adversaires de la psychanalyse, et je vous dirai ce que vous devez vaincre en vous-même pour surmonter cette hostilité instinctive. ~ Sigmund Freud,
671: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,
672:The creator of Bambi was secretly writing pornographic novels on the side. This single fact tells you everything you need to know about turn-of-the-century Vienna, and why it was the perfect place for Sigmund Freud and his far-fetched theories about the human psyche. ~ Eric Weiner,
673: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,
674:Thinking in pictures is, therefore, only a very incomplete form of becoming conscious. In some way, too, it stands nearer to unconscious processes than does thinking in words, and it is unquestionably older than the latter both ontogenetically and phylogenetically. ~ Sigmund Freud,
675:The patient cannot remember the whole of what is repressed in him, and what he cannot remember may be precisely the essential part of it.. He is obliged to repeat the repressed material as a contemporary experience instead of remembering it as something in the past. ~ Sigmund Freud,
676:The ego refuses to be distressed by the provocations of reality, to let itself be compelled to suffer. It insists that it cannot be affected by the traumas of the external world; it shows, in fact, that such traumas are no more than occasions for it to gain pleasure. ~ Sigmund Freud,
677:The story is told of a famous German chemist that his marriage did not take place, because he forgot the hour of his wedding and went to the laboratory instead of to the church. He was wise enough to be satisfied with a single attempt and died at a great age unmarried ~ Sigmund Freud,
678:An intimate friend and a hated enemy have always been indispensable requirements for my emotional life; I have always been able to create them anew, and not infrequently my childish ideal has been so closely approached that friend and enemy coincided in the same person. ~ Sigmund Freud,
679:I am actually not at all a man of science, not an observer, not an experimenter, not a thinker. I am by temperament nothing but a conquistador — an adventurer, if you want it translated — with all the curiosity, daring, and tenacity characteristic of a man of this sort. ~ Sigmund Freud,
680:I have found little that is 'good' about human beings on the whole. In my experience most of them are trash, no matter whether they publicly subscribe to this or that ethical doctrine or to none at all. That is something that you cannot say aloud, or perhaps even think. ~ Sigmund Freud,
681:I should like to raise the question whether the inevitable stunting of the sense of smell as a result of man's turning away from the earth, and the organic repression of the smell-pleasure produced by it, does not largely share in his predisposition to nervous diseases. ~ Sigmund Freud,
682:Just as a satisfaction of instinct spells happiness for us, so severe suffering is caused us if the external world lets us starve, if it refuses to sate our needs. One may therefore hope to be freed from a part of one's sufferings by influencing the instinctual impulses. ~ Sigmund Freud,
683:The child is brought up to know its social duties by means of a system of love-rewards and punishments, and in this way it is taught that its security in life depends on its parents (and, subsequently, other people) loving it and being able to believe in its love for them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
684:If we are to take it as a truth that knows no exception that everything dies for internal reasons – becomes inorganic once again – then we shall be compelled to say that ‘the aim of all life is death’ and, looking backwards, that ‘inanimate things existed before living ones’. ~ Sigmund Freud,
685:Men have gained control over the forces of nature to such an extent that with their help they would have no difficulty exterminating one another to the last man. They know this, and hence comes a large part of their current unrest, their unhappiness and their mood of anxiety. ~ Sigmund Freud,
686: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,
687:We can postulate that there must be diseases founded on a conflict between ego and super-ego. Analysis gives us the right to infer that melancholia is the model of this group, and then we should put in a claim for the name of "narcissistic psychoneuroses" for these disorders. ~ Sigmund Freud,
688:Sigmund Freud was once asked to describe the characteristics of maturity, and he replied: lieben un arbeiten ("loving and working"). The mature adult is one who can love and allow himself or herself to be loved and who can work productively, meaningfully, and with satisfaction. ~ David Elkind,
689:When it happens that a person has to give up a sexual object, there quite often ensues an alteration of his ego which can only be described as a setting up of the object inside the ego, as it occurs in melancholia; the exact nature of this substitution is as yet unknown to us. ~ Sigmund Freud,
690:Uma técnica bem comum de distorção onírica consiste em representar o resultado de um acontecimento ou a conclusão de uma cadeia de pensamento no início de um sonho e em colocar em seu final as premissas nas quais se basearam a conclusão ou as causas que levaram ao acontecimento. ~ Sigmund Freud,
691:«Si tengo el deseo de ver desnuda a una mujer, mi padre morirá.» El afecto penoso toma claramente un matiz inquietante y supersticioso y da ya origen a impulsos tendentes a hacer algo para alejar la desgracia, tales como se impondrán luego en las ulteriores medidas de protección. ~ Sigmund Freud,
692:There is a psychological technique which makes it possible to interpret dreams, and ... if that procedure is employed, every dream reveals itself as a psychical structure which has a meaning and which can be inserted at an assignable point in the mental activities of waking life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
693:The sheer size too, the excessive abundance, scale, and exaggeration of dreams could be an infantile characteristic. The most ardent wish of children is to grow up and get as big a share of everything as the grown-ups; they are hard to satisfy; do not know the meaning of ‘enough. ~ Sigmund Freud,
694:Civilization is a process in the service of Eros, whose purpose is to combine single human individuals, and after that families, then races, peoples and nations, into one great unity, the unity of mankind. Why this has to happen, we do not know; the work of Eros is precisely this. ~ Sigmund Freud,
695:A transference neurosis corresponds to a conflict between ego and id, a narcissistic neurosis corresponds to that between between ego and super-ego, and a psychosis to that between ego and outer world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
696:The normal sequence is that energy is prompted at the perceptual system, passes into consciousness, and thence to the motor system, where it is discharged by action. (I feel an unpleasant sensation, realize that I have been bitten by a mosquito, raise my hand, and swat the insect.) ~ Sigmund Freud,
697:We shall tell ourselves that it would be very nice if there were a God who created the world and was a benevolent Providence, and if there were a moral order in the universe and an after-life; but it is a very striking fact that all this is exactly as we are bound to wish it to be. ~ Sigmund Freud,
698:Ben’de yalnızca en derin olanlar değil en yüce olanlar da bilinçsiz kalabilir demek zorundayız. Böylelikle, en başta bilinçli Ben hakkında söylediğimiz şey; onun her şeyden önce bir Beden-Ben’i olduğu bilgisi, bize sergileniyormuş gibidir.”

Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 52 ~ Sigmund Freud,
699:The gods retain their threefold task: they must exorcize the terrors of nature, they must reconcile men to the cruelty of Fate, particularly as it is shown in death, and they must compensate them for the sufferings and privations which a civilized life in common has imposed on them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
700:The individual citizen can prove with dismay in this war what occasionally thrust itself upon him already in times of peace, namely, that the state forbids him to do wrong not because it wishes to do away with wrongdoing but because it wishes to monopolize it, like salt and tobacco. ~ Sigmund Freud,
701:Dream's evanescence, the way in which, on awakening, our thoughts thrust it aside as something bizarre, and our reminiscences mutilating or rejecting it—all these and many other problems have for many hundred years demanded answers which up till now could never have been satisfactory. ~ Sigmund Freud,
702:Properly speaking, the unconscious is the real psychic; its inner nature is just as unknown to us as the reality of the external world, and it is just as imperfectly reported to us through the data of consciousness as is the external world through the indications of our sensory organs. ~ Sigmund Freud,
703:Free sexual intercourse between young males and respectable girls" was urgently necessary or society was "doomed to fall a victim to incurable neuroses which reduce the enjoyment of life to a minimum, destroy the marriage relation and bring hereditary ruin on the whole coming generation. ~ Sigmund Freud,
704:If we avail ourselves for a moment longer of the right to elaborate from the dream interpretation such far-reaching psychological speculations, we are in duty bound to demonstrate that we are thereby bringing the dream into a relationship which may also comprise other psychic structures. ~ Sigmund Freud,
705:One IGHS member said that, yup, she could hear it, too. Then again, during a dinner conversation earlier in the trip, this same woman heard “Siegfried and Roy” as “Sigmund Freud.” The resulting image-Sigmund Freud with flowing hair and tigers and too much men’s makeup-haunts me to this day. ~ Mary Roach,
706:Woe to you, my Princess, when I come. I will kiss you quite red and feed you till you are plump. And if you are forward, you shall see who is the stronger, a gentle little girl who doesn't eat enough, or a big wild man who has cocaine in his body. -- A love letter from Freud to his fiancée. ~ Sigmund Freud,
707:Woe to you, my Princess, when I come. I will kiss you quite red and feed you till you are plump. And if you are froward, you shall see who is the stronger, a gentle little girl who doesn't eat enough, or a big wild man who has cocaine in his body. -- A love letter from Freud to his fiancée. ~ Sigmund Freud,
708:It is a mistake to believe that science consists in nothing but conclusively proved propositions, and it is unjust to demand that it should. It is a demand made by those who feel a craving for authority in some form to replace the religious catechism by something else, even a scientific one. ~ Sigmund Freud,
709:Human megalomania will have suffered its third and most wounding blow from the psychological research of the present time which seeks to prove to the ego that it is not even master in its own house, but must content itself with scanty information of what is going on unconsciously in its mind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
710:So he [Sigmund Freud] called this "the uncanny" and he also referred to cities as well, like the idea of walking through the city and the way the urban landscape could lead you to a sense of disorientation and to a kind of, you know, sense of repetition. And the way a city can unfold as you walk. ~ DJ Spooky,
711:Sigmund Freud was a novelist with a scientific background. He just didn't know he was a novelist. All those damn psychiatrists after him, they didn't know he was a novelist either."

(Interview in Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews, Eighth Series, ed. George Plimpton, 1988) ~ John Irving,
712:Sigmund Freud was a novelist with a scientific background. He just didn’t know he was a novelist. All those damn psychiatrists after him, they didn’t know he was a novelist either."

(Interview in Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews, Eighth Series, ed. George Plimpton, 1988) ~ John Irving,
713:The pleasure principle long persists, however, as the method of working employed by the sexual instincts, which are so hard to 'educate', and, starting from those instincts, or in the ego itself, it often succeeds in overcoming the reality principle, to the detriment of the organism as a whole. ~ Sigmund Freud,
714:A lady once expressed herself in society - the very words show that they were uttered with fervour and under the pressure of a great many secret emotions: "Yes, a woman must be pretty if she is to please the men. A man is much better off. As long as he has five straight limbs, he needs no more!" ~ Sigmund Freud,
715:Most importantly, the very inception of the treatment itself necessarily induces a change in the patient's conscious attitude to his illness...that he does not listen carefully enough to what he obsessional ideas are saying to him, or does not grasp the real intention of his obsessional impulse. ~ Sigmund Freud,
716:The unconscious - that is to say, the 'repressed' - offers no resistance whatever to the efforts of the treatment. Indeed, it itself has no other endeavour than to break through the pressure weighing down on it and force its way either to consciousness or to a discharge through some real action. ~ Sigmund Freud,
717:In many criminals, especially youthful ones, it is possible to detect a very powerful sense of guilt which existed before the crime, and is therefore not its result but its motive. It is as if it was a relief to be able to fasten this unconscious sense of guilt on to something real and immediate. ~ Sigmund Freud,
718:The moment a man questions the meaning and value of life, he is sick, since objectively neither has any existence; by asking this question one is merely admitting to a store of unsatisfied libido to which something else must have happened, a kind of fermentation leading to sadness and depression. ~ Sigmund Freud,
719:The Century of the Self delineated expertly how the theories of Sigmund Freud were deployed by his nephew Edward Bernays to create the profession of PR and generate the consumer boom of the fifties. Prior to the inclusion of psychological principles in sales, products were sold on the basis of utility: ~ Anonymous,
720:The news that war had finally been declared filled Sigmund Freud, now fifty-eight years of age, with elation: ‘For the first time in thirty years, I feel myself to be an Austrian, and feel like giving this not very hopeful empire another chance. All my libido is dedicated to Austria-Hungary.’52 ~ Christopher Clark,
721:Fin de siècle Vienna was a melting pot that had produced Gustav Mahler, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, and Sigmund Freud. But when the empire’s narrower national identities—Serbs, Bulgarians, Czechs, and Austro-Germans—asserted themselves, the region descended into a paroxysm of violence and intolerance. ~ Francis Fukuyama,
722:Long ago man formed an ideal conception of omnipotence and omniscience which he embodied in his gods. Whatever seemed unattainable to his desires - or forbidden to him - he attributed to these gods... Now he has himself approached very near to realizing this ideal, he has nearly become a god himself. ~ Sigmund Freud,
723:To put it briefly, there are two widely diffused human characteristics which are responsible for the fact that the organization of culture can be maintained only by a certain measure of coercion: that is to say, men are not naturally fond of work, and arguments are of no avail against their passions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
724:Sigmund Freud disse che non sapeva cosa vogliono le donne. Io sono così intelligente che non solo ho capito cosa c'è che non va nel mondo, il Codice di Hammurabi, ma anche cosa vogliono le donne. Le donne vogliono un sacco di persone con cui parlare. Di cosa vogliono parlare? Vogliono parlare di tutto ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
725:The study of dreams may be considered the most trustworthy method of investigating deep mental processes. Now dreams occurring in traumatic neuroses have the characteristic of repeatedly bringing the patient back into the situation of his accident, a situation from which he wakes up in another fright. ~ Sigmund Freud,
726:We find a place for what we lose. Although we know that after such a loss the acute stage of mourning will subside, we also know that we shall remain inconsolable and will never find a substitute. No matter what may fill the gap, even if it be filled completely, it nevertheless remains something else. ~ Sigmund Freud,
727:filozofların tanıdığı ruhsal,psikanalizin tanıdığı ruhsaldan ayrı bir şeydi.filozofların büyük çoğunluğu salt bilinçli olaylara ruhsal adını vermekteydi.bilinçli dünyayla ruhsalın kapsamı birbiriyle çakışmaktaydı filozoflara göre....filozoflara göre ruhun bilinçli fenomenlerden başka bir içeriği yoktu. ~ Sigmund Freud,
728:The dream shows how recollections of one’s everyday life can be worked into a structure where one person can be substituted for another, where unacknowledged feelings like envy and guilt can find expression, where ideas can be linked by verbal similarities, and where the laws of logic can be suspended. ~ Sigmund Freud,
729:Words have a magical power. They can bring either the greatest happiness or deepest despair; they can transfer knowledge from teacher to student; words enable the orator to sway his audience and dictate its decisions. Words are capable of arousing the strongest emotions and prompting all men's actions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
730:In general people experience their present naively, as it were, without being able to form an estimate of its contents; they have first to put themselves at a distance from it - the present, that is to say, must have become the past - before it can yield points of vantage from which to judge the future. ~ Sigmund Freud,
731:With words one man can make another blessed, or drive him to despair; by words the teacher transfers his knowledge to the pupil; by words the speaker sweeps his audience with him and determines its judgments and decisions. Words call forth effects and are the universal means of influencing human beings. ~ Sigmund Freud,
732:If our research leads us to a result that reduces religion to the status of a neurosis of mankind and explains it's grandiose powers in the same way as we sould neurotic obsession in our individual patients, then we may be sure we shall incur in this country the greatest resentment of the powers that be. ~ Sigmund Freud,
733:Algı , Ben için, O’da güdülerin oynadığı role karşılık gelir. Tutkuları içinde barındıran O’nun tersine, Ben akıl ve sağduyu olarak adlandırdıklarımızı temsil eder. Tüm bunlar herkesçe bilinen popüler farklarla örtüşür, ama yalnızca ortalama ya da ideal durumda doğru olarak kabul edilmelidir.”
sayfa 49 ~ Sigmund Freud,
734:Psychoanalytic investigation of the individual teaches with especial emphasis that god is in every case modelled after the father and that our personal relation to god is dependent upon our relation to our physical, fluctuating and changing with him, and that god at bottom is nothing but an exalted father. ~ Sigmund Freud,
735:The dreams of little children are often simple fulfilments of wishes, and for this reason are, as compared with the dreams of adults, by no means interesting. They present no problem to be solved, but they are invaluable as affording proof that the dream, in its inmost essence, is the fulfilment of a wish. ~ Sigmund Freud,
736:we shall be obliged to put forward a set of new assumptions touching speculatively on the structure of the psychical apparatus and the play of forces active in it, though we must take care not to spin them out too far beyond their first logical links, for if we do, their worth will vanish into uncertainty. ~ Sigmund Freud,
737:A man like me cannot live without a hobby-horse, a consuming passion - in Schiller's words a tyrant. I have found my tyrant, and in his service I know no limits. My tyrant is psychology. It has always been my distant, beckoning goal and now since I have hit upon the neuroses, it has come so much the nearer. ~ Sigmund Freud,
738:A man like me cannot live without a hobby-horse, a consuming passion — in Schiller's words a tyrant. I have found my tyrant, and in his service I know no limits. My tyrant is psychology. it has always been my distant, beckoning goal and now since I have hit upon the neuroses, it has come so much the nearer. ~ Sigmund Freud,
739:In this scheme, the ‘unconscious’ and the ‘preconscious’ are agencies or authorities (Instanzen) which the wish has to satisfy; the unconscious is more tolerant, and helps the wish to smuggle itself past the censorship of the preconscious. As a result, psychical energy is discharged without disturbing sleep. ~ Sigmund Freud,
740:La totalidad de las fuentes oníricas puede dividirse en cuatro especies; división que ha servido también de base para clasificar los sueños: 1. Estímulo sensorial externo (objetivo). 2. Estímulo sensorial interno (subjetivo). 3. Estímulo somático interno (orgánico). 4. Fuentes de estímulo puramente psíquicas. ~ Sigmund Freud,
741:The ego is first and foremost a bodily ego; it is not merely a surface entity, but is itself the projection of a surface. If we wish to find an anatomical analogy for it we can best identify it with the 'cortical homunculus' of the anatomists, which stands on its head in the cortex, sticks up its heels, faces ~ Sigmund Freud,
742:To be sure, the ancient belief that the dream reveals the future is not entirely devoid of truth. By representing to us a wish as fulfilled the dream certainly leads us into the future; but this future, taken by the dreamer as present, has been formed into the likeness of that past by the indestructible wish. ~ Sigmund Freud,
743:In the cab of the locomotive it was the swaggering hotshot known as the engineer who was boss. This “engine runner” (also called a “hoghead” or “hogger” or even “throttle jockey”) was the object of the most intense popular fascination—it’s been said that even Sigmund Freud dreamed of becoming a railroad engineer. ~ Gary Krist,
744:There is an intellectual function in us which demands unity, connection and intelligibility from any material, whether of perception or thought, that comes within its grasp; and if, as a result of special circumstances, it is unable to establish a true connection, it does not hesitate to fabricate a false one. ~ Sigmund Freud,
745:Human life in common is only made possible when a majority comes together which is stronger than any separate individual and which remains united against all separate individuals. The power of this community is then set up as right in opposition to the power of the individual, which is condemned as brute force. ~ Sigmund Freud,
746:psychoanalytic investigation of the individual teaches with especial emphasis that god is in every case modeled after the father and that our personal relation to god is dependent upon our relation to our physical father, fluctuating and changing with him, and that god at bottom is nothing but an exalted father. ~ Sigmund Freud,
747:The thought suggests itself that a psychical power is operative in the dream-work which on the one hand strips the psychically valuable elements of their intensity, and on the other creates new values by way of over-determination out of elements of low value; it is the new values that then reach the dream-content. ~ Sigmund Freud,
748:We all still show too little respect for nature, which in Leonardo's deep words recalling Hamlet's speech "is full of infinite reasons which never appeared in experience." Every one of us human beings corresponds to one of the infinite experiments in which these "reasons of nature" force themselves into experience. ~ Sigmund Freud,
749:What decides the purpose of life is simply the programme of the pleasure principle. This principle dominates the operation of the mental apparatus from the start. There can be no doubt about its efficacy, and yet its programme is at loggerheads with the whole world, with the macrocosm as much as with the microcosm. ~ Sigmund Freud,
750:Experience teaches that for most people there is a limit beyond which their constitution cannot comply with the demands of civilization. All who wish to reach a higher standard than their constitution will allow, fall victims to neurosis. It would have been better for them if they could have remained less "perfect". ~ Sigmund Freud,
751:Bà mẹ Freud sống tới năm 59 tuổi, bản tính năng động và nhanh nhẹn. Sigmund Freud là đứa con cưng đầu lòng của bà. Sau này Freud đã viết "một người đã từng là con yêu đặc biệt của một bà mẹ thì suốt đời người ấy có cái cảm giác là một kẻ đi chinh phục, và chính cái lòng tin chiến thắng ấy luôn đem lại thành công thực sự". ~ Anonymous,
752:I have often felt as though I had inherited all the defiance and all the passions with which our ancestors defended their Temple and could gladly sacrifice my life for one great moment in history. And at the same time I always felt so helpless and incapable of expressing these ardent passions even by a word or a poem. ~ Sigmund Freud,
753:I love playing real people. It's a huge challenge and responsibility which I take on board and which I relish. It also scares me to death. Give me a totally fictional character and I don't have the same sort of responsibility. If, though, I play Sigmund Freud or Robert Maxwell or whoever then there is a responsibility. ~ David Suchet,
754:Indeed, the great Leonardo (da Vinci) remained like a child for the whole of his life in more than one way. It is said that all great men are bound to retain some infantile part. Even as an adult he continued to play, and this was another reason why he often appeared uncanny and incomprehensible to his contemporaries. ~ Sigmund Freud,
755:Suffering comes from three quarters: from our own body, which is destined to decay and dissolution, and cannot even dispense with anxiety and pain as danger-signals; from the outer world, which can rage against us with the most powerful and pitiless forces of destruction; and finally from our relations with other men. ~ Sigmund Freud,
756: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,
757:Obsessional prohibitions are extremely liable to displacement. They extend from one object to another along whatever paths the context may provide, and this new object then becomes, to use the apt expression of one of my women patients, 'impossible' - till at last the whole world lies under an embargo of 'impossibility'. ~ Sigmund Freud,
758:we are threatened with suffering from three directions: from our body, which is doomed to decay..., from the external world which may rage against us with overwhelming and merciless force of destruction, and finally from our relations with other men... This last source is perhaps more painful to use than any other. (p77) ~ Sigmund Freud,
759:If we thus recognise
that the aim is to equip the group with the
attributes of the individual, we shall be reminded
of a valuable remark of Trotter's, to the effect that
the tendency towards the formation of groups is biologically
a continuation of the multicellular character
of all the higher organisms. ~ Sigmund Freud,
760: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,
761:The element of truth behind all this, which people are so ready to disavow, is that men are not gentle creatures who want to be loved, and who at the most can defend themselves if they are attacked; they are, on the contrary, creatures among whose instinctual endowments is to be reckoned a powerful share of aggressiveness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
762:Freud spunea candva referitor la religie: "Intreaga afacere este atat de evident infantila, atat de departe de realitate, incat oricine cu o atitudine de simpatie si compasiune pentru omenire, va resimti o mare durere gandindu-se ca o majoritate a muritorilor, nu se va ridica niciodata deasupra acestei viziuni despre viata. ~ Sigmund Freud,
763:Let us consider the polarity of love and hate.... Now, clinical observation shows not only that love is with unexpected regularityaccompanied by hate (ambivalence), and not only that in human relationships hate is frequently a forerunner of love, but also that in many circumstances hate changes into love and love into hate. ~ Sigmund Freud,
764:It has occurred to me that the ultimate basis of man's need for religion is infantile helplessness, which is so much greater in man than in animals. After infancy he cannot conceive of a world without parents and makes for him a just God and a kindly nature, the two worst anthropomorphic falsifications he could have imagined. ~ Sigmund Freud,
765:We are saying much the same thing when we derive the antithesis between civilization and sexuality from the circumstance that sexual love is a relationship between two individuals in which a third can only be superfluous or disturbing, whereas civilization depends on relationships between a considerable number of individuals. ~ Sigmund Freud,
766:And, finally, groups have never thirsted after
truth. They demand illusions, and cannot do without them. They constantly give what is unreal precedence
over what is real; they are almost as strongly influenced
by what is untrue as by what is true. They
have an evident tendency not to distinguish between
the two. ~ Sigmund Freud,
767:I can imagine that the oceanic feeling could become connected with religion later on. That feeling of oneness with the universe which is its ideational content sounds very like a first attempt at the consolations of religion, like another way taken by the ego of denying the dangers it sees threatening it in the external world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
768:most people report dreaming principally in visual images. Freud, however, assumes that dreams start from a dream-thought that is best expressed in words and translate it into a picture-language which is intellectually inferior because it cannot convey logical connections; the analyst restores to the dream its verbal character. ~ Sigmund Freud,
769:Expressando-o de modo sucinto, existem duas características humanas muito difundidas, responsáveis pelo fato de os regulamentos da civilização só poderem ser mantidos através de certo grau de coerção, a saber, que os homens não são espontaneamente amantes do trabalho e que os argumentos não têm valia alguma contra suas paixões. ~ Sigmund Freud,
770:.It is asking a great deal of a man, who has learnt to regulate his everyday affairs in accordance with the rules of experience and with due regard to reality, that he should entrust precisely what affects him most nearly to the care of an authority which claims as its prerogative freedom from all the rules of rational thought. ~ Sigmund Freud,
771:Another technique for fending off suffering is the employment of the displacements of libido which our mental apparatus permits of and through which its function gains so much in flexibility. The task here is that of shifting the instinctual aims in such a way that they cannot come up against frustration from the external world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
772:Eitington, whom I met in Florence, is now here and will probably visit me soon to give me detailed impressions of Amsterdam. He seems to have taken up with some woman again. Such practice is a deterrent from theory. When I have totally overcome my libido (in the common sense), I shall undertake to write a 'Love-life of Mankind'. ~ Sigmund Freud,
773:Then, when the entire mass of these dream-thoughts is subject to the pressure of the dream-work, and the pieces are whirled about, broken up, and pushed up against one another, rather like ice-floes surging down a river, the question arises: what has become of the bonds of logic which had previously given the structure its form? ~ Sigmund Freud,
774:The view is often defended that sciences should be built up on clear and sharply defined basal concepts. In actual fact no science, not even the most exact, begins with such definitions. The true beginning of scientific activity consists rather in describing phenomena and then in proceeding to group, classify and correlate them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
775:contradiction with this the majority of medical writers hardly admit that the dream is a psychical phenomenon at all. According to them dreams are provoked and initiated exclusively by stimuli proceeding from the senses or the body, which either reach the sleeper from without or are accidental disturbances of his internal organs. ~ Sigmund Freud,
776:It's an essay that Sigmund Freud wrote about E.T.A. Hoffman's short story called "The Sandman" where someone mistakes an inanimate object for a living, breathing human being. And one of the things that Sigmund Freud really felt was that in modern life people assign qualities to objects around them that may not exist there whatsoever. ~ DJ Spooky,
777:One of the reasons that most literary artists are contemptuous of Sigmund Freud—whose thought Vladimir Nabokov once characterized as no more than private parts covered up by Greek myths—is that his extreme determinism is felt to be immensely untrue to the rich complexity of life, with its twists and turns and manifold surprises. ~ Joseph Epstein,
778:The division of the psychical into what is conscious and what is unconscious is the fundamental premise of psycho-analysis; and it alone makes it possible for psycho-analysis to understand the pathological processes in mental life, which are as common as they are important, and to find a place for them in the framework of science. ~ Sigmund Freud,
779:The Devil would be the best way out as an excuse for God; in that way he would be playing the same part as an agent of economic discharge as the Jew does in the world of the Aryan ideal. But even so, one can hold God responsible for the existence of the Devil just as well as for the existence of the wickedness which the Devil embodies. ~ Sigmund Freud,
780: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,
781:• The meaning of lovein harmonious human relations Sigmund Freud, the Austrian founder of psychoanalysis, said that unless the personality has love, it sickens and dies. Love includes understanding, good will, and respect for the divinity in the other person. The more love and good will you emanate and exude, the more comes back to you. ~ Joseph Murphy,
782: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,
783:É seguro supor, portanto, que o que foi sonhado no sonho é uma representação da realidase, a verdadeira lembrança, ao passo que a continuação do sonho, pelo contrário, meramente representa o que aquele que sonha deseja. Incluir algo num sonho dentro de um sonho equivale assim a desejar que a coisa descrita como um sonho jamais tivesse acontecido. ~ Sigmund Freud,
784:Visul este realizarea mascata a unei dorinte refulate. Este construit ca un simptom nevrotic, este o formatie de compromis intre necesitatea unei aspiratii instinctive refulate si rezistenta unei puteri cenzurate in eu. In virtutea unei origini asemanatoare el este la fel de incomprehensibil ca si simptomul si necesita, ca si acesta, o interpretare. ~ Sigmund Freud,
785:Si colocamos en un orden arbitrario las palabras de un verso, nos será muy difícil retenerlo así en nuestra memoria. «Bien ordenadas y en sucesión lógica, se ayudan unas palabras a otras, y la totalidad plena de sentido es fácilmente recordada durante largo tiempo. Lo desprovisto de sentido nos es tan difícil de retener como lo confuso o desordenado.» ~ Sigmund Freud,
786:Taboo restrictions are distinct from religious or moral prohibitions. They are not based upon any divine ordinance, but may be said to impose themselves on their own account. They differ from moral prohibitions in that they fall into no system that declares quite generally that certain abstinences must be observed and gives reasons for that necessity. ~ Sigmund Freud,
787:Gözlerinizi içeriye doğru çevirin, kendi derinliklerinize bakın, ilk önce kendinizi tanıyın! O zaman neden hastalanmaya mecbur olduğunuzu anlayacaksınız; ve belki de gelecekte hastalanmanızı önleyeceksiniz.

(Freud, S. (1917a). A Difficulty in the Path of Psycho-Analysis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud) ~ Sigmund Freud,
788:The liberty of the individual is no gift of civilization. It was greatest before there was any civilization, though then, it is true, it had for the most part no value, since the individual was scarcely in a position to defend it. The development of civilization imposes restrictions on it, and justice demands that no one shall escape those restrictions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
789:We may insist as often as we like that man's intellect is powerless in comparison to his instinctual life, and we may be right in this. Nevertheless, there is something peculiar about this weakness. The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it will not rest until it has gained a hearing. Finally, after a countless succession of rebuffs, it succeeds. ~ Sigmund Freud,
790:Religion interferes with this play of selection and adaptation by forcing on everyone indiscriminately its own path to the attainment of happiness and protection from suffering. Its technique consists in reducing the value of life and distorting the picture of the real world by means of delusion; and this presupposes the intimidation of the intelligence. ~ Sigmund Freud,
791:There are innumerable civilized people who would shrink from murder or incest, and who yet do not hesitate to gratify their avarice, their aggressiveness and their sexual lusts, and who have no compunction in hurting others by lying, fraud and calumny, so long as they remain unpunished for it; and no doubt this has been so for many cultural epochs.    If ~ Sigmund Freud,
792: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,
793:The idea of men's receiving an intimation of their connection with the world around them through an immediate feeling which is from the outset directed to that purpose sounds so strange and fits in so badly with the fabric of our psychology that one is justified in attempting to discover a psycho-analytic - that is, a genetic - explanation of such a feeling. ~ Sigmund Freud,
794:[Sigmund Freud] makes the interpretation of dreams extremely simple: it deals in substance with discovering what unconscious desires, distorted but recognizable, are hid-den in the dream. Instead, for me the dream is a mixture of thoughts and sensations that man has when he is asleep, a mental state relatively protected from the constant noise that society makes. ~ Erich Fromm,
795:In every age immorality has found no less support in religion than morality has. If the achievements of religion in respect to man's happiness, susceptibility to culture and moral control are no better than this, the question cannot but arise whether we are not overrating its necessity for mankind, and whether we do wisely in basing our cultural demands upon it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
796:The dream-thoughts and the dream-content lie before us like two versions of the same content in two different languages, or rather, the dream-content looks to us like a translation of the dream-thoughts into another mode of expression, and we are supposed to get to know its signs and laws of grammatical construction by comparing the original and the translation. ~ Sigmund Freud,
797:We are alone in confronting a different state of affairs; as we see it, there is a new kind of psychical material intervening between the content of the dream and the results of our reflections: the latent dream-content reached by our procedure, or the dream-thoughts. It is from this latent content, not the manifest, that we worked out the solution to the dream. ~ Sigmund Freud,
798:Thus we arrive at the singular conclusion that of all the information passed by our cultural assets it is precisely the elements which might be of the greatest importance to us and which have the task of solving the riddles of the universe and of reconciling us to the sufferings of life -- it is precisely those elements that are the least well authenticated of any. ~ Sigmund Freud,
799:Now when the child grows up and finds that he is destined to remain a child for ever, and that he can never do without protection against unknown and mighty powers, he invests these with the traits of the father-figure; he creates for himself the gods, of whom he is afraid, whom he seeks to propitiate, and to whom he nevertheless entrusts the task of protecting him. ~ Sigmund Freud,
800:The functional importance of the ego is manifested in the fact that normally control over the approaches to motility devolves upon it. Thus in its relation to the id it is like a man on horse back, who has to hold in check the superior strength of the horse; with this difference, that the rider tries to do so with his own strength while the ego uses borrowed forces. ~ Sigmund Freud,
801:The psychoanalysis of individual human beings, however, teaches us with quite special insistence that the god of each of them is formed in the likeness of his father, that his personal relation to God depends on his relation to his father in the flesh and oscillates and changes along with that relation, and that at bottom God is nothing other than an exalted father. ~ Sigmund Freud,
802:CUNNINGHAM: Defense calls Sigmund Freud, Your Honor. BAILIFF: Name! SIGMUND FREUD: Doctor Sigmund Shlomo Freud. CUNNINGHAM: Doctor Freud, would it be accurate to say you qualify as an expert in the field of modern psychiatry? SIGMUND FREUD: Fräulein—I AM modern psychiatry. EL-FAYOUMY: Objection, Your Honor!—the witness is boasting! JUDGE LITTLEFIELD: Overruled! ~ Stephen Adly Guirgis,
803:It would be one of the greatest triumphs of humanity, one of the most tangible liberations from the constraints of nature to which mankind is subject, if we could succeed in raising the responsible act of procreating children to the level of a deliberate and intentional activity and in freeing it from its entanglement with the necessary satisfaction of a natural need. ~ Sigmund Freud,
804:It must be pointed out, however, that strictly speaking it is incorrect to talk of the dominance of the pleasure principle over the course of mental processes. If such a dominance existed, the immense majority of our mental processes would have to be accompanied by pleasure or to lead to pleasure, whereas universal experience completely contradicts any such conclusion. ~ Sigmund Freud,
805:Innately, children seem to have little true realistic anxiety. They will run along the brink of water, climb on the window sill, play with sharp objects and with fire, in short, do everything that is bound to damage them and to worry those in charge of them, that is wholly the result of education; for they cannot be allowed to make the instructive experiences themselves. ~ Sigmund Freud,
806:Sigmund Freud in his 1927 essay Humour (Der Humor) puts forth the following theory of the gallows humor: 'The ego refuses to be distressed by the provocations of reality, to let itself be compelled to suffer. It insists that it cannot be affected by the traumas of the external world; it shows, in fact, that such traumas are no more than occasions for it to gain pleasure.'
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807:There is only one state- admittedly an unusual state, but not one that can be stigmatized as pathological- in which it does not do this. At the height of being in love the boundary between ego and object threatens to melt away. Against all the evidence of his senses, a man who is in love declares that 'I' and 'you' are one, and is prepared to behave as if it were a fact. ~ Sigmund Freud,
808:We believe that it is possible for scientific work to gain some knowledge about the reality of the world, by means of which we can increase out power and in accordance with which we can arrange our life. If this belief is an illusion, then we are in the same position as you. But science has given us evidence by its numerous and important successes that it is no illusion. ~ Sigmund Freud,
809:every individual is virtually an enemy of culture, which is nevertheless ostensibly an object of universal human concern. It is remarkable that little as men are able to exist in isolation they should yet feel as a heavy burden the sacrifices that culture expects of them in order that a communal existence may be possible. Thus culture must be defended against the individual, ~ Sigmund Freud,
810:The tension between the harsh super-ego and the ego that is subjected to it, is called by us the sense of guilt; it expresses itself as a need for punishment. Civilization, therefore, obtains mastery over the individual's dangerous desire for aggression by weakening and disarming it and by setting up an agency within him to watch over it, like a garrison in a conquered city. ~ Sigmund Freud,
811:We have to start at ground zero and ask what it means to have a real connection with God and what it means to pray. We have to recast our whole understanding of God. We live on the other side of Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, Steven Hawking, a whole group of people who have recast the way we think about reality. ~ John Shelby Spong,
812:Zwei Juden treffen sich im Eisenbahnwagen einer galizischen Station. 'Wohin fahrst du?, fragt der eine. 'Nach Krakau,, ist die Antwort. 'Sieh' her, was du für Lügner bist, , braust der andere auf. 'Wenn du sagst, du fahrst nach Krakau, willst du doch, dass ich glauben soll, du fahrst nach Lemberg. Nun weiss ich aber, dass du wirklich fahrst nach Krakau. Also warum lügst du?, ~ Sigmund Freud,
813:The woods are shadowy, uncertain places, sympathetic to secrets, magic, transformations, and cruelty. Fairy tales are weird, distilled expressions of our inherited desires, and the Dead Girl Show, with its idyllic, uncanny small-town setting, is absolutely in the same tradition— it is no wonder that Sigmund Freud believed fairy tales could be interpreted like collective dreams. ~ Alice Bolin,
814:In his fight against the powers of the surrounding world his first weapon was magic, the first forerunner of our modern technology. We suppose that this confidence in magic is derived from the over-estimation of the individual’s own intellectual operations, from the belief in the ‘omnipotence of thoughts’, which, incidentally, we come across again in our obsessional neurotics. ~ Sigmund Freud,
815:The expectation that every neurotic phenomenon can be cured may, I suspect, be derived from the layman's belief that the neuroses are something quite unnecessary which have no right whatever to exist. Whereas in fact they are severe, constitutionally fixed illnesses, which rarely restrict themselves to only a few attacks but persist as a rule over long periods throughout life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
816:When making a decision of minor importance, I have always found it advantageous to consider all the pros and cons. In vital matters, however, such as the choice of a mate or a profession, the decision should come from the unconscious, from somewhere within ourselves. In the important decisions of personal life, we should be governed, I think, by the deep inner needs of our nature. ~ Sigmund Freud,
817:What psycho-analysis reveals in the transference phenomena of neurotics can also be observed in the lives of some normal people. The impression they give is of being pursued by a malignant fate or possessed by some 'daemonic' power; but psycho-analysis has always taken the view that their fate is for the most part arranged by themselves and determined by early infantile influences. ~ Sigmund Freud,
818:Vocês críticos, ou outra denominação que dêe a vocês mesmos, ficam envergonhados ou assustados com as extravagâncias momentâneas e passageiras que se encontram em todas as mentes verdadeiramente criativas e cuja duração, maior ou menor, distingue o artista que pensa do sonhador. Vocês se queixam de sua improdutividade porque rejeitam muito cedo e discriminam com demasiada severidade. ~ Sigmund Freud,
819:An inability to meet the real demands of love is one of the essential characteristics of neurosis; the patients are dominated by the opposition of reality and fantasy. They will flee from what they long for most intensely in their fantasies if they encounter it in real life, and they are most likely to abandon themselves to fantasies when they no longer need to fear their realization. ~ Sigmund Freud,
820:Life, as we find it, is too hard for us; it brings us too many pains, disappointments and impossible tasks. In order to bear it we cannot dispense with palliative measures... There are perhaps three such measures: powerful deflections, which cause us to make light of our misery; substitutive satisfactions, which diminish it; and intoxicating substances, which make us insensible to it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
821:Everyone of us who can look back over a longer or shorter life experience will probably say that he might have spared himself many disappointments and painful surprises if he had found the courage and decision to interpret as omens the little mistakes which he made in his intercourse with people, and to consider them as indications of the intentions which were still being kept secret. As ~ Sigmund Freud,
822:In this way the ego detaches itself from the external world. It is more correct to say: Originally the ego includes everything, later it detaches from itself the external world. The ego-feeling we are aware of now is thus only a shrunken vestige of a far more extensive feeling - a feeling which embraced the universe and expressed an inseparable connection of the ego with the external world. ~ Sigmund Freud,
823:All elongated objects, such as sticks, tree-trunks and umbrellas(the opening of these last being comparable to an erection) may stand for the male organ...Boxes, cases, chests, cupboards, and ovens represent the uterus...Rooms in dreams are usually women...Many landscapes in dreams, especially any containing breidges or wooded hills, may clearly be recognized as descriptions of the genitals. ~ Sigmund Freud,
824:But it is a predisposition of human nature to consider an unpleasant idea untrue, and then it is easy to find arguments against it. Society thus brands what is unpleasant as untrue, denying the conclusions of psychoanalysis with logical and pertinent arguments. These arguments originate from affective sources, however, and society holds to these prejudices against all attempts at refutation. ~ Sigmund Freud,
825:Words were originally magic, and the word retains much of its old magical power even to-day. With words one man can make another blessed, or drive him to despair; by words the teacher transfers his knowledge to the pupil; by words the speaker sweeps his audience with him and determines its judgments and decisions. Words call forth effects and are the universal means of influencing human beings. ~ Sigmund Freud,
826:Against the suffering which may come upon one from human relationships the readiest safeguard is voluntary isolation, keeping oneself aloof from other people. The happiness which can be achieved along this path is, as we see, the happiness of quietness. Against the dreaded external world one can only defend oneself by some kind of turning away from it, if one intends to solve the task by oneself. ~ Sigmund Freud,
827:One... gets an impression that civilization is something which was imposed on a resisting majority by a minority which understood how to obtain possession of the means to power and coercion. It is, of course, natural to assume that these difficulties are not inherent in the nature of civilization itself but are determined by the imperfections of the cultural forms which have so far been developed. ~ Sigmund Freud,
828:[Reliģija]. Šo providenci vienkāršais cilvēks nevar iedomāties citādi kā vien ārkārtīgi kāpinātā tēva personā. Tikai tāds var zināt cilvēkbērna vajadzības, to var atmaidzināt ar savām lūgsnām, remdēt ar savas uzticības zīmēm. Tas viss ir tik acīmredzami infantili, tik svešs īstenībai, ka filantropiski noskaņotajam kļūst sāpīgi domāt, ka vairums mirstīgo nekad nepacelsies virs šīs dzīves izpratnes. ~ Sigmund Freud,
829:The woman who refuses to see her sexual organs as mere wood chips, designed to make the man's life more comfortable, is in danger of becoming a lesbian--an active, phallic woman, an intellectual virago with a fire of her own .... The lesbian body is a particularly pernicious and depraved version of the female body in general; it is susceptible to auto-eroticism, clitoral pleasure and self-actualization. ~ Sigmund Freud,
830:We tell ourselves how lovely it would be, would it not, if there were a God who created the universe and benign Providence, a moral world order, and life beyond the grave, yet it is very evident, is it not, that all of this is the way we should inevitably wish it to be. And it would be even more remarkable if our poor, ignorant bondsman ancestors had managed to solve all these difficult cosmic questions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
831:Words were originally magic, and the word retains much of its old magical power even to-day. With words one man can make another blessed, or drive him to despair; by words the teacher transfers his knowledge to the pupil; by words the speaker sweeps his audience with him and determines its judgments and decisions. Words call forth effects and are the universal means of influencing human beings. Therefore ~ Sigmund Freud,
832:Die Strenge der ethischen Forderungen würde nicht viel schaden, wenn die Erziehung sagte: So sollten die Menschen sein, um glücklich zu werden und andere glücklich zu machen; aber man muß damit rechnen, daß sie nicht so sind. Anstatt dessen läßt man den Jugendlichen glauben, daß alle anderen die ethischen Vorschriften erfüllen, also tugendhaft sind. Damit begründet man die Forderung, daß er auch so werde. ~ Sigmund Freud,
833:The little child is above all shameless, and during its early years it evinces definite pleasure in displaying its body and especially its sexual organs. A counterpart to this desire which is to be considered as perverse, the curiosity to see other persons' genitals, probably appears first in the later years of childhood when the hindrance of the feeling of shame has already reached a certain development. ~ Sigmund Freud,
834:Human beings are funny. They long to be with the person they love but refuse to admit openly. Some are afraid to show even the slightest sign of affection because of fear. Fear that their feelings may not be recognized, or even worst, returned. But one thing about human beings puzzles me the most is their conscious effort to be connected with the object of their affection even if it kills them slowly within. ~ Sigmund Freud,
835:If all the evidence put forward for the authenticity of religious teachings originates in the past, it is natural to look round and see whether the present, about which it is easier to form judgements, may not also be able to furnish evidence of the sort. If by this means we could succeed in clearing even a single portion of the religious system from doubt, the whole of it would gain enormously in credibility. ~ Sigmund Freud,
836:I sometimes wonder how people like Bart, who no longer believe in the grace of God, handle their guilt. Perhaps, as Sigmund Freud suggested, they repress it by burying the memories of past sins deep within themselves. But Freud went on to explain that such repression doesn’t really work in the long run, and that guilt always emerges from the subconscious, sometimes as phobias and sometimes as neurotic behavior. ~ Tony Campolo,
837:If we throw a crystal to the floor, it breaks; but not into hap-hazard pieces. It comes apart along its lines of cleavage into fragments whose boundaries, thought they were invisible, were predetermined by the crystal's structure. Mental paitents are split and broken structures of this same kind.... They have turned away from external reality, but for that very reason they know more about internal, physical reality... ~ Sigmund Freud,
838:Mit Sicherheit weiß ich nur das eine, daß die Werturteile der Menschen unbedingt von ihren Glückswünschen geleitet werden, also ein Versuch sind, ihre Illusionen mit Argumenten zu stützen. Die Schicksalsfrage der Menschenart scheint mir zu sein, ob und in welchem Maße es ihrer Kulturentwicklung gelingen wird, der Störung des Zusammenlebens durch den menschlichen Aggressions- und Selbstvernichtungstrieb Herr zu werden. ~ Sigmund Freud,
839:I am finding it very difficult; it is almost beyond my powers of presentation; the paper will probably be intelligible to no one outside our immediate circle. How bungled our reproductions are, how wretchedly we dissect the great art works of psychic nature! Unfortunately this paper in turn is becoming too bulky. It just pours out of me, and even so it's inadequate, incomplete and therefore untrue. A wretched business. ~ Sigmund Freud,
840:[Sigmund Freud] era un perfecto cretino. [Estaba] equivocado en las interpretaciones exclusivamente sexuales que daba a los símbolos, los sueños y los secretos ocultos de nuestro subconsciente. ¡Vamos, vamos! Pensar que quien sueñe con la aguja de una catedral o con el obelisco de Trajano en Roma está expresando anhelos relacionados con el órgano viril... ¡ésa no puede ser más que la interpretación de un obseso! ~ Torcuato Luca de Tena,
841:At first the analysing physician could do no more than discover the unconscious material that was concealed from the patient, put it together, and, at the right moment, communicate it to him. Psychoanalysis was then first and foremost an art of interpreting. Since this did not solve the therapeutic problem, a further aim quickly came in view: to oblige the patient to confirm the analyst's construction from his own memory. ~ Sigmund Freud,
842:Finalmente, há outro fato que se deve ter em mente como capaz de levar os sonhos a serem esquecidos, a saber, que a maioria das pessoas têm muito pouco interesse pelos seus sonhos. Qualquer um, como um pesquisador científico, que preste atenção aos seus sonhos por certo período de tempo, terá mais sonhos do que habitualmente - o que, sem dúvida, significa que ele se recorda dos seus sonhos com maior facilidade e frequencia. ~ Sigmund Freud,
843: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. ~ Sigmund Freud,
844:O intalnire cu filozoful William James mi-a lasat o impresie de neuitat. Nu am putut sa nu tin minte aceasta scena: in cursul unei plimbari, el s-a oprit deodata, mi-a incredintat servieta si m-a rugat sa continui drumul, el avand sa ma urmeze de indata ce ii va fi trecut criza de anghina pectorala pe care o presimtea. A murit de inima un an mai tarziu; n-am incetat sa-mi doresc un asemenea curaj in fata sfarsitului apropiat. ~ Sigmund Freud,
845:The threat to the conditions of his existence through the actual or expected arrival of a new child, the fear of the loss in care and love which is connected with this event, cause the child to become thoughtful and sagacious. Corresponding with the history of this awakening, the first problem with which it occupies itself is not the question as to the difference between the sexes, but the riddle: from where do children come? ~ Sigmund Freud,
846:It is unreasonable to expect science to produce a system of ethics-ethics are a kind of highway code for traffic among mankind-and the fact that in physics atoms which were yesterday assumed to be square are now assumed to be round is exploited with unjustified tendentiousness by all who are hungry for faith; so long as physics extends our dominion over nature, these changes ought to be a matter of complete indifference to you. ~ Sigmund Freud,
847:A child in its greed for love does not enjoy having to share the affection of its parents with its brothers and sisters; and it notices that the whole of their affection is lavished upon it once more whenever it arouses their anxiety by falling ill. It has now discovered a means of enticing out its parents' love and will make use of that means as soon as it has the necessary psychical material at its disposal for producing an illness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
848:What is a totem? It is as a rule an animal (whether edible and harmless or dangerous and feared) and more rarely a plant or a natural phenomenon (such as rain or water), which stands in a peculiar relation to the whole clan. In the first place, the totem is the common ancestor of the clan; at the same time it is their guardian spirit and helper, which sends them oracles and, if dangerous to others, recognizes and spares its own children. ~ Sigmund Freud,
849:Religion is an attempt to get control over the sensory world, in which we are placed, by means of the wish-world, which we have developed inside us as a result of biological and psychological necessities... If one attempts to assign to religion its place in man's evolution, it seems not so much to be a lasting acquisition, as a parallel to the neurosis which the civilized individual must pass through on his way from childhood to maturity. ~ Sigmund Freud,
850:If you want to expel religion from our European civilization, you can only do it by means of another system of doctrines; and such a system would from the outset take over all the psychological characteristics of religion—the same sanctity, rigidity and intolerance, the same prohibition of thought—for its own defence. You have to have something of the kind in order to meet the requirements of education. And you cannot do without education. ~ Sigmund Freud,
851:L'humanité a connu trois vexations.
La première c'est Nicolas Copernic qui a déduit de ses observations du ciel que la Terre n'était pas au centre de l'univers.
La deuxième c'est Charles Darwin qui a conclu que l'homme descendait d'un primate et était donc un animal comme les autres.
La troisième c'est Sigmund Freud qui a signalé que la motivation réelle de la plupart de nos actes politiques ou artistiques était la sexualité. ~ Bernard Werber,
852:Sigmund Freud wrote that “there is nothing of which we are more certain than the feeling of our self, our own ego.” Yet it is difficult to be quite so certain that anyone else possesses consciousness, much less other creatures, because there is no outward physical evidence that consciousness as we experience it exists. The thing of which we are most certain is beyond the reach of our science, supposedly our surest way of knowing anything. ~ Michael Pollan,
853:The fateful question for the human species seems to me to be whether and to what extent their cultural development will succeed in mastering the disturbance of their communal life by the human instinct of aggression and self-destruction ... One thing only do I know for certain and that is that man's judgements of value follow directly from his wihes for happiness-that, accordingly, they are an attempt to support his illusions with arguments. ~ Sigmund Freud,
854:In the theory of psycho-analysis we have no hesitation in assuming that the course taken by mental events is automatically regulated by the pleasure principle. We believe, that is to say, that the course of those events is invariably set in motion by an unpleasurable tension, and that it takes a direction such that its final outcome coincides with a lowering of that tension that is, with an avoidance of unpleasure or a production of pleasure. ~ Sigmund Freud,
855:We are naturally grieved over the fact that a just God and a kindly providence do not guard us better against such influences in our most defenseless age. We thereby gladly forget that as a matter of fact everything in our life is accident from our very origin through the meeting of spermatozoa and ovum, accident, which nevertheless participates in the lawfulness and fatalities of nature, and lacks only the connection to our wishes and illusions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
856:One can make a compound formation of events and of places in the same way as of people, provided always that the single events and localities have something in common which the latent dream emphasizes. It is a sort of new and fleeting concept of formation, with the common element as its kernel. This jumble of details that has been fused together regularly results in a vague indistinct picture, as though you had taken several pictures on the same film. ~ Sigmund Freud,
857:One might compare the relation of the ego to the id with that between a rider and his horse. The horse provides the locomotor energy, and the rider has the prerogative of determining the goal and of guiding the movements of his powerful mount towards it. But all too often in the relations between the ego and the id we find a picture of the less ideal situation in which the rider is obliged to guide his horse in the direction in which it itself wants to go. ~ Sigmund Freud,
858:When you are dealing with a serious compulsion or addictive pattern, then by definition self-will, self-discipline, and any other machinations of the conscious mind are not enough by themselves to handle the problem. It is like a breaker switch in your brain is simply flipped. Anybody who has had this kind of a problem knows that it doesn't matter how intelligent you are. Sigmund Freud said, "Intelligence will be used in the service of the neurosis." ~ Marianne Williamson,
859:In some respects, the sexual mores of Victorian Britain replicated the mechanics of the age-defining steam engine. Blocking the flow of erotic energy creates ever-increasing pressure which is put to work through short, controlled bursts of productivity. Though he was wrong about a lot, it appears Sigmund Freud got it right when he observed that “civilization” is built largely on erotic energy that has been blocked, concentrated, accumulated, and redirected. ~ Christopher Ryan,
860:So long as we trace the development from its final outcome backwards, the chain of events appears continuous, and we feel we have gained an insight which is completely satisfactory or even exhaustive. But if we proceed in the reverse way, if we start from the premises inferred from the analysis and try to follow these up to the final results, then we no longer get the impression of an inevitable sequence of events which could not have otherwise been determined. ~ Sigmund Freud,
861:Religion is an attempt to get control over the sensory world, in which we are placed, by means of the wish-world which we have developed inside us as a result of biological and psychological necessities. … If one attempts to assign to religion its place in man's evolution, it seems not so much to be a lasting acquisition, as a parallel to the neurosis which the civilized individual must pass through on his way from childhood to maturity. ~ Sigmund Freud, Moses and Monotheism (1939),
862:A layman will no doubt find it hard to understand how pathological disorders of the body and mind can be eliminated by 'mere' words. He will feel that he is being asked to believe in magic. And he will not be so very wrong, for the words which we use in our everyday speech are nothing other than watered-down magic. But we shall have to follow a roundabout path in order to explain how science sets about restoring to words a part at least of their former magical power. ~ Sigmund Freud,
863:I was convinced, I added, that she would be better at once if her father said that he was sacrificing Frau K. to her health. I hoped that he would not be persuaded to do so, because then she would have seen what a strong weapon she had in her hands, and would certainly not shrink from exploiting all the possibilities of illness on every future occasion. However, if her father did not give in to her, I felt sure that she would not abandon her invalid status so easily. ~ Sigmund Freud,
864:Towards the outside, at any rate, the ego seems to maintain clear and sharp lines of demarcation. There is only one state -- admittedly an unusual state, but not one that can be stigmatized as pathological -- in which it does not do this. At the height of being in love the boundary between ego and object threatens to melt away. Against all the evidence of his senses, a man who is in love declares that "I" and "you" are one, and is prepared to behave as if it were a fact. ~ Sigmund Freud,
865:The uneducated relatives of our patients—persons who are impressed only by the visible and tangible, preferably by such procedure as one sees in the moving picture theatres—never miss an opportunity of voicing their scepticism as to how one can "do anything for the malady through mere talk." Such thinking, of course, is as shortsighted as it is inconsistent. For these are the very persons who know with such certainty that the patients "merely imagine" their symptoms. Words ~ Sigmund Freud,
866:We possess no criterion which enables us to distinguish exactly between a psychical process and a physiological one, between an act occurring in the cerebral cortex and one occurring in the sub-cortical substance; for 'consciousness', whatever that may be, is not attached to every activity of the cerebral cortex, nor is it always attached in an equal degree to any particular one of its activities; it is not a thing which is bound up with any locality in the nervous system. ~ Sigmund Freud,
867:It is no wonder if, under the pressure of these possibilities of suffering, men are accustomed to moderate their claims to happiness - just as the pleasure principle itself, indeed, under the influence of the external world, changed into the more modest reality principle -, if a man thinks himself happy merely to have escaped unhappiness or to have survived his suffering, and if in general the task of avoiding suffering pushes that of obtaining pleasure into the background. ~ Sigmund Freud,
868:Various sources force us to assume that the so-called earliest childhood recollections are not true memory traces but later elaborations of the same, elaborations which might have been subjected to the influences of many later psychic forces. Thus, the "childhood reminiscences" of individuals altogether advance to the signification of "concealing memories," and thereby form a noteworthy analogy to the childhood reminiscences as laid down in the legends and myths of nations. ~ Sigmund Freud,
869:Here libido and ego-interest share the same fate and have once more become indistinguishable from each other. The familiar egoism of the sick person covers them both. We find it so natural because we are certain that in the same situation we should behave in just the same way. The way in which the readiness to love, however great, is banished by bodily ailments, and suddenly replaced by complete indifference, is a theme which has been sufficiently exploited by comic writers. ~ Sigmund Freud,
870:Much research in psychology has been more concerned with how large groups of people behave than about the particular ways in which each individual person thinks... too statistical. I find this disappointing because, in my view of the history of psychology, far more was learned, for example, when Jean Piaget spent several years observing the ways that three children developed, or when Sigmund Freud took several years to examine the thinking of a rather small number of patients. ~ Jean Piaget,
871:The assumption that everything past is preserved holds good even in mental life only on condition that the organ of the mind has remained intact and that its tissues have not been damaged by trauma or inflammation. But destructive influences which can be compared to causes of illness like these are never lacking in the history of a city, even if it has had a less chequered past than Rome, and even if, like London, it has hardly ever suffered from the visitations of an enemy. ~ Sigmund Freud,
872:Of course it would not occur to us to doubt the importance, experimentally demonstrated, of external sensory stimuli during sleep, but we have given this material the same place relative to the dream-wish as we have the remnants of thought left over from the work of the day. We do not need to dispute that the dream interprets the objective sensory stimulus as if it were an illusion; but where the authorities left the motive for this interpretation uncertain, we have put it in. ~ Sigmund Freud,
873:As everyone knows, the ancients before Aristotle did not consider the dream a product of the dreaming mind, but a divine inspiration, and in ancient times the two antagonistic streams, which one finds throughout in the estimates of dream life, were already noticeable. They distinguished between true and valuable dreams, sent to the dreamer to warn him or to foretell the future, and vain, fraudulent, and empty dreams, the object of which was to misguide or lead him to destruction. ~ Sigmund Freud,
874:I have no concern with any economic criticisms of the communist system; I cannot inquire into whether the abolition of private property is expedient or advantageous. But I am able to recognize that the psychological premisses on which the system is based are an untenable illusion. In abolishing private property we deprive the human love of aggression of one of its instruments... but we have in no way altered the differences in power and influence which are misused by aggressiveness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
875:The communists think they have found the way to redeem mankind from evil. Man is equivocally good and well disposed to his neighbour, but his nature has been corrupted by the institution of private property ... I can recognize the psychological presumption behind it as a baseless illusion. With the abolition of private property the human love of aggression is robbed of one of its tools, a strong one no doubt, but certainly not the strongest ... Aggression was not created by property. ~ Sigmund Freud,
876:The adoption of the required attitude of mind towards ideas that seem to emerge "of their own free will" and the abandonment of the critical function that is normally in operation against them seem to be hard of achievement for some people. The "involuntary thoughts" are liable to release a most violent resistance, which seeks to prevent their emergence. If we may trust that great poet and philosopher Friedrich Schiller, however, poetic creation must demand an exactly similar attitude. ~ Sigmund Freud,
877:The dream has a very striking way of dealing with the category of opposites and contradictions. This is simply disregarded. To the dream 'No' does not seem to exist. In particular, it prefers to draw opposites together into a unity or to represent them as one. Indeed, it also takes the liberty of representing some random element by its wished-for opposite, so that at first one cannot tell which of the possible poles is meant positively or negatively in the dream-thoughts. ~ Sigmund Freud,
878: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,
879:In his description of the melancholic, Freud says that such patients are particularly perceptive with respect to their self-image:
When in his heightened self-criticism he describes himself as petty, egoistic, dishonest, lacking in independence, one whose sole aim has been to hide the weaknesses of his own nature, it may be, so far as we know, that he has come pretty near to understanding himself: we only wonder why a man has to be ill before he can be accessible to a truth of this kind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
880:Philosophers stretch the meaning of words until they retain scarcely anything of their original sense. They give the name of "God" to some vague abstraction which they have created for themselves; having done so they can pose before all the world as deists, as believers of God, and they can even boast that they have recognized a higher, purer concept of God, notwithstanding that their God is not nothing more than an insubstantial shadow and no longer the mighty personality of religious doctrines. ~ Sigmund Freud,
881:The element of truth behind all this, which people are so ready to disavow, is that [humans] are not gentle creatures who want to be loved, and who at the most can defend themselves if attacked; they are, on the contrary, creatures among whose instinctual endowments is to be reckoned a powerful share of aggressiveness. ... It is always possible to bind together a considerable number of people in love, so long as there are other people left over to receive the manifestations of their aggressiveness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
882:Religion ... imposes equally on everyone its own path to the acquisition of happiness and protection from suffering. Its technique consists in depressing the value of life and distorting the picture of the real world in a delusional manner – which presupposes an intimidation of the intelligence. At this price, by forcibly fixing them in a state of psychical infantilism and by drawing them into a mass-delusion, religion succeeds in sparing many people an individual neurosis. But hardly anything more. ~ Sigmund Freud,
883:I believe-and human psychologists, particularly psychoanalysts should test this-that present-day civilized man suffers from insufficient discharge of his aggressive drive. It is more than probable that the evil effects of the human aggressive drives, explained by Sigmund Freud as the results of a special death wish, simply derive from the fact that in prehistoric times intra-specific selection bred into man a measure of aggression drive for which in the social order today he finds no adequate outlet. ~ Konrad Lorenz,
884:Men are strong so long as they represent a strong idea; they become powerless when they oppose it. Psycho-analysis will survive this loss and gain new adherents in place of these. In conclusion, I can only express a wish that fortune may grant an agreeable upward journey to all those who have found their stay in the underworld of psycho-analysis too uncomfortable for their taste. The rest of us, I hope, will be permitted without hindrance to carry through to their conclusion our labours in the depths. ~ Sigmund Freud,
885:There is scarcely room for doubt that something in the psychological relation of a mother-in-law to a son-in-law breeds hostility between them and makes it hard for them to live together. But the fact that in civilized societies mothers-in-law are such a favourite subject for jokes seems to me to suggest that the emotional relation involved includes sharply contrasted components. I believe, that is, that this relation is in fact an 'ambivalent' one, composed of conflicting affectionate and hostile impulses. ~ Sigmund Freud,
886:Observe the difference between your attitude to illusions and mine. You have to defend the religious illusion with all your might. If it becomes discredited - and indeed the threat to it is great enough - then your world collapses. There is nothing left for you but to despair of everything, of civilization and the future of mankind. From that bondage I am, we are, free. Since we are prepared to renounce a good part of our infantile wishes, we can bear it if a few of our expectations turn out to be illusions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
887:Yet we see, on the contrary, that many acts are most successfully carried out when they are not the objects of particularly concentrated attention, and that the mistakes occur just at the point where one is most anxious to be accurate—where a distraction of the necessary attention is therefore surely least permissible. One could then say that this is the effect of the "excitement," but we do not understand why the excitement does not intensify the concentration of attention on the goal that is so much desired. ~ Sigmund Freud,
888:Junto al deseo obsesivo existe un temor obsesivo íntimamente enlazado a él. Siempre que el sujeto piensa algo relacionado con su deseo, surge en él el temor de que va a suceder algo terrible, y este algo reviste ya una indeterminación característica concomitante siempre a Ias manifestaciones de la neurosis. Pero en el niño no es difícil descubrir lo que tal indeterminación encubre. Si conseguimos encontrar un detalle en el que se haya concentrado alguna de las vagas generalidades de la neurosis obsesiva, podremos ~ Sigmund Freud,
889:Ancak klinik gözlemler bize nefretin sadece beklenmedik sıklıkta sevginin yoldaşı olduğunu, insan ilişkilerinde sevginin bir öncülü olduğunu söylemekle kalmıyor, kimi durumlarda nefretin sevgiye ve sevginin de nefrete dönüşebildiğini gösteriyor. Şayet bu dönüşüm sadece zamana bağlı ardıl bir yer-değiştirmeden ibaret değilse, birbirine ters yönlerde seyreden fizyolojik süreçleri öngören, erotik güdülerle ölüm güdüleri arasındaki o temel ayrımın dayandığı zemin kaymış olur.”

Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 76 ~ Sigmund Freud,
890:The world of magic is double, natural, and supernatural. Magic is impossible in a purely materialist world, a purely sceptical world, a world of pure reason. Magic depends on, it makes use of, the body, the body of desire, the libido, or life-force which Sigmund Freud said stirred the primitive cells as the sun heated the stony surface of the earth-cells which, according to him, always had the lazy, deep desire to give up striving, to return to the quiescent state from which they were roused."
-The Biographer's Tale ~ A S Byatt,
891:We should make it a rule not to seek to impose hypnotic treatment on any patient. A prejudice is widespread among the public (actually supported by some eminent, but in this matter inexperienced, physicians) that hypnosis is a dangerous operation. If we sought to impose hypnosis on someone who believed this assertion, we should probably be interrupted, after no more than a few minutes, by disagreeable occurrences, which would arise from the patient's anxiety and his distressing feeling of garded as results of hypnosis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
892:Anyone who sets about hypnotizing half sceptically, who may perhaps seem comical to himself in this situation, and who reveals by his expression, his voice and his bearing that he expects nothing from the experiment, will have no reason to be surprised at his failures, and should rather leave this method of treatment to other physicians who are able to practise it without feeling damaged in their medical dignity, since they have convinced themselves, by experience and reading, of the reality and importance of hypnotic influence ~ Sigmund Freud,
893:I like torture. Torture is photogenic. If you make horror movies, you always have to think what's photogenic and what's not. If you stay home with the candlelight and you read a book, Rilke, or whatever, or Sigmund Freud, it's boring. But if you watch Udo Kier in a horror film and people are hunting me and trying to kill me, and there's my love interest with big breasts and beautiful hair, and I believe in her and they kill me at the end, that's more interesting. We're talking about films here. We're not talking about writing stories. ~ Udo Kier,
894:Pathology has made us acquainted with a great number of states in which the boundary lines between the ego and the external world become uncertain or in which they are actually drawn incorrectly. There are cases in which parts of a person's own body, even portions of his own mental life - his perceptions, thoughts and feelings -, appear alien to him and as not belonging to his ego; there are other cases in which he ascribes to the external world things that clearly originate in his own ego and that ought to be acknowledged by it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
895:Alongside of the physical symptoms of hysteria, a number of psychical disturbances are to be observed, in which at some future time the changes characteristic of hysteria will no doubt be found but the analysis of which has hitherto scarcely been begun. These are changes in the passage and in the association of ideas, inhibitions of the activity of the will, magnification and suppression of feelings, etc. -- which may be summarized as "changes in the normal distribution over the nervous system of the stable amounts of excitation". ~ Sigmund Freud,
896:Our knowledge of the historical worth of certain religious doctrines increases our respect for them, but does not invalidate our proposal that they should cease to be put forward as the reasons for the precepts of civilization. On the contrary! Those historical residues have helped us to view religious teachings, as it were, as neurotic relics, and we may now argue that the time has probably come, as it does in an analytic treatment, for replacing the effects of repression by the results of the rational operation of the intellect. ~ Sigmund Freud,
897:It would be an undoubted advantage if we were to leave God out altogether and honestly admit the purely human origin of all the regulations and precepts of civilization. Along with their pretended sanctity, these commandments and laws would lose their rigidity and unchangeableness as well. People could understand that they are made, not so much to rule them as, on the contrary, to serve their interests; and they would adopt a more friendly attitude to them, and instead of aiming at their abolition, would aim only at their improvement. ~ Sigmund Freud,
898:It is asserted, however, that each one of us behaves in some one respect like a paranoic, corrects some aspect of the world which is unbearable to him by the construction of a wish and introduces this delusion into reality. A special importance attaches to the case in which this attempt to procure a certainty of happiness and a protection against suffering through a delusional remoulding of reality is made by a considerable number of people in common. The religions of mankind must be classed among p. 31 the mass-delusions of this kind. ~ Sigmund Freud,
899:Mientras que durante la vigilia piensa y representa el alma en imágenes verbales y por medio del lenguaje, en el sueño piensa y representa en verdaderas imágenes sensoriales (pág. 35). Además, hallamos en el sueño una consciencia del espacio, pues, análogamente a como sucede en la vigilia, quedan las imágenes y sensaciones proyectadas en un espacio exterior (pág. 36). Habremos, pues, de confesar que el alma se halla en el sueño, y con respecto a sus imágenes y percepciones, en idéntica situación que durante la vida despierta (pág. 43). ~ Sigmund Freud,
900:And what if many-even if most-of the Slothropian stars are proved, some distant day, to refer to sexual fantasies instead of real events? This would hardly invalidate our approach, any more than it did young Sigmund Freud's, back there in old Vienna, facing a similar violation of probability-all those Papi-has-raped-me stories, which might have been lies evidentially, but were certainly the truth clinically. You must realize: we are concerned, at PISCES, with a rather strictly defined, clinical version of truth. We seek no wider agency in this. ~ Thomas Pynchon,
901:Religion restricts the play of choice and adaptation, since it imposes equally on everyone its own path to the acquisition of happiness and protection from suffering. Its technique consists in depressing the value of life and distorting the picture of the real world in a delusional manner - which presupposes an intimidation of the intelligence. At this price, by forcibly fixing them in a state of psychical infantilism and by drawing them into a mass-delusion, religion succeeds in sparing many people an individual neurosis. But hardly anything more. ~ Sigmund Freud,
902:Our possibilities of happiness are already restricted by our constitution. Unhappiness is much less difficult to experience. We are threatened with suffering from three directions: from our own body, which is doomed to decay and dissolution and which cannot even do without pain and anxiety as warning signals; from the external world, which may rage against us with overwhelming and merciless forces of destruction; and finally from our relations to other men. The suffering which comes from this last source is perhaps more painful to us than any other. ~ Sigmund Freud,
903: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. The possibility it offers of displacing a large amount of libidinal components, whether narcissistic, aggressive or even erotic, on to professional work and on to the human relations connected with it lends it a value by no means second to what it enjoys as something indispensable to the preservation and justification of existence in society. ~ Sigmund Freud,
904:The analytic psychotherapist thus has a threefold battle to wage -- in his own mind against the forces which seek to drag him down from the analytic level; outside the analysis, against opponents who dispute the importance he attaches to the sexual instinctual forces and hinder him from making use of them in his scientific technique; and inside the analysis, against his patients, who at first behave like opponents but later on reveal the overvaluation of sexual life which dominates them, and who try to make him captive to their socially untamed passion. ~ Sigmund Freud,
905:Homosexuality is assuredly no advantage, but it is nothing to be ashamed of, no vice, no degradation; it cannot be classified as an illness; we consider it to be a variation of the sexual function, produced by a certain arrest of sexual development. Many highly respectable individuals of ancient and modern times have been homosexuals, several of the greatest men among them (Plato, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, etc.). It is a great injustice to persecute homosexuality as a crime--and a cruelty, too. If you do not believe me, read the books of Havelock Ellis. ~ Sigmund Freud,
906:Among the writers he was reading when he wrote these stories in the 1950s—and he was reading all the time, all kinds of books, dozens and dozens of them—were David Riesman, Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, John Cheever, James Baldwin, Randall Jarrell, Sigmund Freud, Paul Goodman, William Styron, C. Wright Mills, Martin Buber, George Orwell, Suzanne Langer, F. R. Leavis, David Daiches, Edmund Wilson, Alfred Kazin, Ralph Ellison, Erich Fromm, Joseph Conrad, Dylan Thomas, Sean O’Casey, e. e. cummings—who collectively represented a republic of discourse in which he aspired to ~ Philip Roth,
907:Ben’in işlevsel önemi, devinim üzerindeki kontrolün normal olarak onun payına düşmesinde ifadesini bulur. Ben’in, O ile ilişkisi atın coşkun gücünü dizginlemesi gereken binici gibidir, bir farkla; binici bunu kendi gücüyle yapmayı denerken, Ben ödünç aldığı güçlerle yapmaya çalışır. Bu benzetme bizi biraz daha ileriye götürür. Tıpkı attan düşmek istemediği için başka çaresi kalmayan ve atın onu kendi istediği yere götürmesine rıza gösteren binici gibi, Ben de O’nun isteklerini, kendi istekleriymiş gibi eyleme geçirmeye çalışır.”

Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 49 ~ Sigmund Freud,
908:Psycho-analysis has taught us that a boy's earliest choice of objects for his love is incestuous and that those objects are forbidden ones - his mother and his sister. We have learnt, too, the manner in which, as he grows up, he liberates himself from this incestuous attraction. A neurotic, on the other hand, invariably exhibits some degree of psychical infantilism. He has either failed to get free from the psychosexual conditions that prevailed in his childhood or he has returned to them - two possibilities which may be summed up as developmental inhibition and regression. ~ Sigmund Freud,
909:The normal sequence is that energy is prompted at the perceptual system, passes into consciousness, and thence to the motor system, where it is discharged by action. (I feel an unpleasant sensation, realize that I have been bitten by a mosquito, raise my hand, and swat the insect.) But in dreaming energy flows the other way. Barred by the censor from consciousness, and hence from discharge through action, wishes flow back, collecting unconscious memories on their way, and present themselves once again, now transformed by the dream-work, to the sleeper’s lowered consciousness. ~ Sigmund Freud,
910:Words were originally magic, and the word retains much of its old magical power even to-day. With words one man can make another blessed, or drive him to despair; by words the teacher transfers his knowledge to the pupil; by words the speaker sweeps his audience with him and determines its judgments and decisions. Words call forth effects and are the universal means of influencing human beings. Therefore let us not underestimate the use of words in psychotherapy, and let us be satisfied if we may be auditors of the words which are exchanged between the analyst and his patient. ~ Sigmund Freud,
911:Constitution and Heredity.—In the first place, we must mention here the congenital variation of the sexual constitution, upon which the greatest weight probably falls, but the existence of which, as may be easily understood, can be established only through its later manifestations and even then not always with great certainty. We understand by it a preponderance of one or another of the manifold sources of the sexual excitement, and we believe that such a difference of disposition must always come to expression in the final result, even if it should remain within normal limits. ~ Sigmund Freud,
912:The radical left and the radical right, each made up of people who have been cast aside by the cruelty of corporate capitalism, have embraced holy war. Their marginalized lives, battered by economic misery, have been filled with meaning. They hold themselves up as the vanguard of the oppressed. They claim the right to use force to silence those defined as the enemy. They sanctify anger. They are consumed by the adrenaline-driven urge for confrontation. These groups are separated, as Sigmund Freud wrote of those who engage in fratricide, by the “narcissism of minor differences.”105 ~ Chris Hedges,
913:Cat priveste coordonatele intinse intre psihanaliza si filozofia lui Schopenhauer el nu numai ca a aparat intaietatea afectivitatii si importanta preponderenta a sexualitatii, dar a ghicit chiar mecanismul refularii; nu mi-au permis insa sa le cunosc doctrina. L-am citit pe Schopenhauer foarte tarziu. Pe Nietzsche, celalalt filosof ale carui intentii si puncte de vedere concorda adesea in maniera cea mai uimitoare cu rezultatele greu cucerite ale pishanalizei, l-am evitat mult timp tocmai din aceasta cauza; tin deci, mai putin la intaietate, dorind sa raman liber de orice prevenire. ~ Sigmund Freud,
914:The freeing of an individual, as he grows up, from the authority of his parents is one of the most necessary though one of the most painful results brought about by the course of his development. It is quite essential that that liberation should occur and it may be presumed that it has been to some extent achieved by everyone who has reached a normal state. Indeed, the whole progress of society rests upon the opposition between successive generations. On the other hand, there is a class of neurotics whose condition is recognizably determined by their having failed in this task. ~ Sigmund Freud,
915:In so far as they have paid any attention to infantile sexuality the educators behave as if they shared our views concerning the formation of the moral forces of defence at the cost of sexuality, and as if they knew that sexual activity makes the child uneducable; for the educators consider all sexual manifestations of the child as an "evil" in the face of which little can be accomplished. We have, however, every reason for directing our attention to those phenomena so much feared by the educators, for we expect to find in them the solution of the primitive formation of the sexual impulse. ~ Sigmund Freud,
916:his understanding of transference in the therapeutic relationship and the presumed value of dreams as sources of insight into unconscious desires. He is commonly referred to as "the father of psychoanalysis" and his work has been highly influential-—popularizing such notions as the unconscious, defense mechanisms, Freudian slips and dream symbolism — while also making a long-lasting impact on fields as diverse as literature (Kafka), film, Marxist and feminist theories, literary criticism, philosophy, and psychology. However, his theories remain controversial and widely disputed. Source: Wikipedia ~ Sigmund Freud,
917:McDougall does not dispute the thesis as to
the collective inhibition of intelligence in groups
(p. 41). He says that the minds of lower intelligence
bring down those of a higher order to their own
level. The latter are obstructed in their activity,
because in general an intensification of emotion
creates unfavourable conditions for sound intellectual
work, and further because the individuals are intimidated
by the group and their mental activity is
not free, and because there is a lowering in each
individual of his sense of responsibility for his own
performances. ~ Sigmund Freud,
918:Cercetand situatiile patogene in care refularile sexualitatii avusesera loc si ale caror simptome pareau formatii substitutive ale refulatului, se mergea spre perioadele mai timpurii ale vietii bolnavului si se ajungea in cele din urma la primii ani ai copilariei sale. Si se descoperea - ceea ce de altfel romancierii si cunoscatorii sufletului uman stiau de mult timp - ca impresiile din aceasta prima perioada a vietii, chiar daca in majoritatea cazurilor erau uitate, lasau urme adanci care influenteaza dezvoltarea individului, in particular pregatind dispozitia individului pentru nevroza ulterioara. ~ Sigmund Freud,
919:As crianças são completamente egoístas; sentem suas necessidades intensamente e lutam impiedosamente para satisfazê-las - especialmente contravos rivais, outras crianças, e primeiro e antes de tudo contra seus irmãos e irmãs. Mas não chamamos uma criança de má em virtude disso, chamamos de levada, ele não é mais responsável por seus malfeitos ao nosso julgamento do que aos ohos da lei. E é certo que assim seja; pois podemos esperar que antes do fim do período que consideramos infância, impulsos altruísticos e a moralidade despeetarão no pequeno esgoísta e um ego secundário sufocará e inibirá o primário. ~ Sigmund Freud,
920:But here’s a clue about what’s coming. Sigmund Freud himself, the Father of Psychoanalysis, may have been the only man in his trade to exempt himself from therapy. Indeed, he continued all his life to ignore colleagues who could have supervised his analysis. He also destroyed his personal and professional papers several times in his life, plotted when he was an obscure twenty-eight-year-old to leave any future biographers in the dark, kept his emotional life hidden, and falsified details of his dreams when he did write about them so they couldn’t be analyzed. Why? Because he insisted he’d analyzed himself.* ~ Gloria Steinem,
921:In such a case a person would hear of something new which, on the ground of certain evidence, he is asked to accept as true; yet it contradicts many of his wishes and offends some of his highly treasured convictions. He will then hesitate, look for arguments to cast doubt on the new material, and so will struggle for a while until at last he admits it himself: " all this is true after all, although I find it hard to accept and it is painful to have to believe in it." All we learn from this process is that it needs time for the intellectual work of the Ego to overcome objections that are invested by strong feelings. ~ Sigmund Freud,
922:WE think we have advanced too rapidly. Let us go back a little. Before our last attempt to overcome the difficulties of dream distortion through our technique, we had decided that it would be best to avoid them by limiting ourselves only to those dreams in which distortion is either entirely absent or of trifling importance, if there are such. But here again we digress from the history of the evolution of our knowledge, for as a matter of fact we become aware of dreams entirely free of distortion only after the consistent application of our method of interpretation and after complete analysis of the distorted dream. ~ Sigmund Freud,
923:People feel ashamed of being depressed, they feel they should snap out of it, they feel weak and inadequate. Of course, these feelings are symptoms of the disease. Depression is a grave and life-threatening illness, much more common than we recognize. As far as the depressive being weak or inadequate, let me drop some names of famous depressives: Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sigmund Freud. Terry Bradshaw, Drew Carey, Billy Joel, T. Boone Pickens, J. K. Rowling, Brooke Shields, Mike Wallace. Charles Dickens, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene, Ernest Hemingway, Herman Melville, Mark Twain. ~ Richard O Connor,
924:Here is yet another important consideration for
helping us to understand the individual in a group:
Moreover, by the mere fact that he forms part of
an organised group, a man descends several rungs
in the ladder of civilization. Isolated, he may be a
cultivated individual; in a crowd, he is a barbarian—
that is, a creature acting by instinct. He possesses
the spontaneity, the violence, the ferocity, and also
the enthusiasm and heroism of primitive beings.
He then dwells especially upon the lowering in
intellectual ability which an individual experiences when
he becomes merged in a group. ~ Sigmund Freud,
925:At this point it may be objected: well, then, if even the crabbed sceptics admit that the statements of religion cannot be confuted by reason, why should not I believe in them, since they have so much on their side:­ tradition, the concurrence of mankind, and all the consolation they yield? Yes, why not? Just as no one can be forced into belief, so no one can be forced into unbelief. But do not deceive yourself into thinking that with such arguments you are following the path of correct reasoning. If ever there was a case of facile argument, this is one. Ignorance is ignorance; no right to believe anything is derived from it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
926:At this point it may be objected: well, then, if even the crabbed sceptics admit that the statements of religion cannot be confuted by reason, why should not I believe in them, since they have so much on their side:­ tradition, the concurrence of mankind, and all the consolation they yield? Yes, why not? Just as no one can be forced into belief, so no one can be forced into unbelief. But do not deceive yourself into thinking that with such arguments you are following the path of correct reasoning. If ever there was a case of facile argument, this is one. Ignorance is ignorance; no right to believe anything is derived from it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
927:But the dream-work knows how to select a condition that will turn even this dreaded event into a wish-fulfilment: the dreamer sees himself in an ancient Etruscan grave, into which he has descended, happy in the satisfaction it has given to his archaeological interests. Similarly man makes the forces of nature not simply in the image of men with whom he can associate as his equals—that would not do justice to the overpowering impression they make on him—but he gives them the characteristics of the father, makes them into gods, thereby following not only an infantile, but also, as I have tried to show, a phylogenetic prototype.    In ~ Sigmund Freud,
928:Sigmund Freud once asserted, "Let one attempt to expose a number of the most diverse people uniformly to hunger. With the increase of the imperative urge of hunger all individual differences will blur, and in their stead will appear the uniform expression of the one unstilled urge." Thank heaven, Sigmund Freud was spared knowing the concentration camps from the inside. His subjects lay on a couch designed in the plush style of Victorian culture, not in the filth of Auschwitz. There, the "individual differences" did not "blur" but, on the contrary, people became more different; people unmasked themselves, both the swine and the saints. ~ Viktor E Frankl,
929:Sigmund Freud once asserted, “Let one attempt to expose a number of the most diverse people uniformly to hunger. With the increase of the imperative urge of hunger all individual differences will blur, and in their stead will appear the uniform expression of the one unstilled urge.” Thank heaven, Sigmund Freud was spared knowing the concentration camps from the inside. His subjects lay on a couch designed in the plush style of Victorian culture, not in the filth of Auschwitz. There, the “individual differences” did not “blur” but, on the contrary, people became more different; people unmasked themselves, both the swine and the saints. ~ Viktor E Frankl,
930:Celebrity culture plunges us into a moral void. No one has any worth beyond his or her appearance, usefulness, or ability to “succeed.” The highest achievements in a celebrity culture are wealth, sexual conquest, and fame. It does not matter how these are obtained. These values, as Sigmund Freud understood, are illusory. They are hollow. They leave us chasing vapors. They urge us toward a life of narcissistic self-absorption. They tell us that existence is to be centered on the practices and desires of the self rather than the common good. The ability to lie and manipulate others, the very ethic of capitalism, is held up as the highest good. ~ Chris Hedges,
931:I believe we accept too indifferently the fact of infantile amnesia—that is, the failure of memory for the first years of our lives—and fail to find in it a strange riddle. We forget of what great intellectual accomplishments and of what complicated emotions a child of four years is capable. We really ought to wonder why the memory of later years has, as a rule, retained so little of these psychic processes, especially as we have every reason for assuming that these same forgotten childhood activities have not glided off without leaving a trace in the development of the person, but that they have left a definite influence for all future time. ~ Sigmund Freud,
932:Ludwig, a little S and M never hurt anybody." "Who said that?" "Sigmund Freud. How do I know? But why are we taught to feel reflexive shame whenever the subject comes up? Why will the Structure allow every other kind of sexual behavior but that one? Because submission and dominance are resources it needs for its very survival. They cannot be wasted in private sex. In any kind of sex. It needs our submission so that it may remain in power. It needs our lusts after dominance so that it can co-opt us into its own power game. There is no joy in it, only power. I tell you, if S and M could be established universally, at the family level, the State would wither away. ~ Anonymous,
933:If man must himself die, after first losing his most beloved ones by death, he would prefer that his life be forfeit to an inexorable law of nature, the sublime †Å¬³Ç·, than to a mere accident which perhaps could have been in some way avoided. But perhaps this belief in the incidence of death as the necessary consequence of an inner law of being is also only one of those illusions that we have fashioned for ourselves 'so as to endure the burden of existence'. It is certainly not a primordial belief: the idea of a 'natural death' is alien to primitive races; they ascribe every death occurring among themselves to the influence of an enemy or an evil spirit. So let ~ Sigmund Freud,
934:Bolnavii de nevroză obsesională sunt preocupaţi fără întrerupere de durata vieţii şi de posibilitatea morţii altor persoane. Tendinţele lor superstiţioase nu au alt conţinut şi probabil nici altă origine. Înainte de toate, ei au nevoie de posibilitatea morţii, pentru a-şi putea rezolva conflictele proprii. Una din trăsăturile lor esenţiale de caracter este aceea de a fi incapabili de a se decide în probleme de dragoste. Ei încearcă să întârzie toate deciziile şi ezitând în alegerea unei persoane sau a măsurilor de luat împotriva acestora, ei imită vechiul tribunal imperial german, al cărui procese se terminau, în general, înainte de judecată, cu moartea părţilor adverse. ~ Sigmund Freud,
935:In general we are reminded that the word heimlich is not unambiguous, but belongs to two sets of ideas, which, without being contradictory, are yet very different: on the one hand it means what is familiar and agreeable, and on the other, what is concealed and kept out of sight. Unheimlich is customarily used, we are told, as the contrary only of the first signification of heimlich, and not of the second. [...] On the other hand, we notice that Schelling says something which throws quite a new light on the concept of the Unheimlich, for which we were certainly not prepared. According to him, everything is unheimlich that ought to have remained secret and hidden but has come to light. ~ Sigmund Freud,
936:The ordinary man cannot imagine this Providence in any other form but that of a greatly exalted father, for only such a one could understand the needs of the sons of men, or be softened by their prayers and placated by the signs of their remorse. The whole thing is so patently infantile, so incongruous with reality, that to one whose attitude to humanity is friendly it is painful to think that the great majority of mortals will never be able to rise above this view of life. It is even more humiliating to discover what a large number of those alive today, who must see that this religion is not tenable, yet try to defend it inch by inch, as if with a series of pitiable rearguard actions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
937:Cand se cerceteaza gandurile aflate prin analiza visului, se descopera unul care se detaseaza net de altele, inteligibile si bine cunoscute de cel care doarme. Aceste alte ganduri sunt ramasite ale vietii treze (ramasite diurne); in gandul izolat se recunoaste o dorinta adesea foarte socanta, straina starii de trezire a celui care viseaza, si pe care el o intampina, prin urmare, prin tagaduiri uimite su indignate. Aceasta dorinta este elementul propriu-zis care formeaza visul, furnizeaza energia necesara producerii visului si se serveste de ramasitele diurne ca de un simplu materia; visul, astfel constituit, reprezinta o situatie in care aceasta dorinta este satisfacuta; visul este realizarea acestei dorinte. ~ Sigmund Freud,
938:Men are not gentle creatures who want to be loved, and who at the most can defend themselves if they are attacked; they are, on the contrary, creatures among whose instinctual endowments is to be reckoned a powerful share of aggressiveness. As a result, their neighbor is for them not only a potential helper or sexual object, but also someone who tempts them to satisfy their aggressiveness on him, to exploit his capacity for work without compensation, to use him sexually without his consent, to seize his possessions, to humiliate him, to cause him pain, to torture and to kill him. Homo homini lupus [man is wolf to man]. Who in the face of all his experience of life and of history, will have the courage to dispute this assertion? ~ Sigmund Freud,
939:Men are not gentle creatures who want to be loved, and who at the most can defend themselves if they are attacked; they are, on the contrary, creatures among whose instinctual endowments is to be reckoned a powerful share of aggressiveness. As a result, their neighbor is for them not only a potential helper or sexual object, but also someone who tempts them to satisfy their aggressiveness on him, to exploit his capacity for work without compensation, to use him sexually without his consent, to seize his possessions, to humiliate him, to cause him pain, to torture and to kill him. Homo homini lupus [man is wolf to man]. Who, in the face of all his experience of life and of history, will have the courage to dispute this assertion? ~ Sigmund Freud,
940:Men are not gentle creatures who want to be loved, and who at the most can defend themselves if they are attacked; they are, on the contrary, creatures among whose instinctual endowments is to be reckoned a powerful share of aggressiveness. As a result, their neighbor is for them not only a potential helper or sexual object, but also someone who tempts them to satisfy their aggressiveness on him, to exploit his capacity for work without compensation, to use him sexually without his consent, to seize his possessions, to humiliate him, to cause him pain, to torture and to kill him. Homo homini lupus [Man is a wolf to man]. Who, in the face of all his experience of life and of history, will have the courage to dispute this assertion? ~ Sigmund Freud,
941:Our first answer must be that the dream has no means at its disposal among the dream-thoughts of representing these logical relations. Mostly it disregards all these terms and takes over only the factual substance of the dream-thoughts to work upon. It is left to the interpretation of the dream to re-establish the connections which the dream-work has destroyed. This inability to express such relations must be due to the nature of the psychical material which goes to make the dream. After all, the fine arts, painting and sculpture, are subject to a similar limitation in comparison with literature, which can make use of speech. Here too the cause of the incapacity lies in the material which both arts use as their medium of expression. ~ Sigmund Freud,
942:It has been brought to our notice that we have been in the habit of regarding the connection between the sexual instinct and the sexual object as more intimate than it in fact is. Experience of the cases that are considered abnormal has shown us that in them the sexual instinct and the sexual object are merely soldered together—a fact which we have been in danger of overlooking in consequence of the uniformity of the normal picture, where the object appears to form part and parcel of the instinct. We are thus warned to loosen the bond that exists in our thoughts between instinct and object. It seems probable that the sexual instinct is in the first instance independent of its object; nor is its origin likely to be due to its object's attractions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
943:dreams with a painful content are to be analyzed as the fulfillments of wishes. Nor will it seem a matter of chance that in the course of interpretation one always happens upon subjects of which one does not like to speak or think. The disagreeable sensation which such dreams arouse is simply identical with the antipathy which endeavors—usually with success—to restrain us from the treatment or discussion of such subjects, and which must be overcome by all of us, if, in spite of its unpleasantness, we find it necessary to take the matter in hand. But this disagreeable sensation, which occurs also in dreams, does not preclude the existence of a wish; 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,
944:Many of us will also find it hard to abandon our belief that in man himself there dwells an impulse towards perfection, which has brought him to his present heights of intellectual prowess and ethical sublimation, and from which it might be expected that his development into superman will be ensured. But I do not believe in the existence of such an inner impulse, and I see no way of preserving this pleasing illusion. The development of man up to now does not seem to me to need any explanation differing from that of animal development, and the restless striving towards further perfection which may be observed in a minority of human beings is easily explicable as the result of that repression of instinct upon which what is most valuable in human culture is built. ~ Sigmund Freud,
945:We will therefore turn to the less ambitious question of what men themselves show by their behavior to be the purpose and intention of their lives. What do they demand of life and wish to achieve in it? The answer to this can hardly be in doubt. They strive for happiness; they want to become happy and to remain so. This endeavor has two sides, a positive and a negative aim. It aims, on the one hand, at an absence of pain and unpleasure, and, on the other, at the experiencing of strong feelings of pleasure. In its narrower sense the word 'happiness' only relates to the last. In conformity with this dichotomy in his aims, man's activity develops in two directions, according as it seeks to realize — in the main, or even exclusively — the one or the other of these aims. ~ Sigmund Freud,
946:Accordingly, identification, or the formation of composite figures, serves different purposes: first, to represent a feature both persons have in common; secondly, to represent a displaced common feature; but thirdly, to find expression for a common feature that is merely wished for. Since wishing it to be the case that two people have something in common is often the same as exchanging them, this relation too is expressed in the dream by identification. In the dream of Irma's injection, I wish to exchange this patient for another, that is, I wish that the other were my patient, as Irma is; the dream takes account of the wish in showing me a figure who is called Irma, but who is examined in a posture in which I have only had occasion to see the other. ~ Sigmund Freud,
947:A century ago, we had essentially no way to start to explain how thinking works. Then psychologists like Sigmund Freud and Jean Piaget produced their theories about child development. Somewhat later, on the mechanical side, mathematicians like Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing began to reveal the hitherto unknown range of what machines could be made to do. These two streams of thought began to merge only in the 1940s, when Warren McCulloch and Walter Pitts began to show how machines might be made to see, reason, and remember. Research in the modern science of Artificial Intelligence started only in the 1950's, stimulated by the invention of modern computers. This inspired a flood of new ideas about how machines could do what only minds had done previously. ~ Marvin Minsky, The Society of Mind (1988),
948:Hence, it is quite conceivable that even the sense of guilt engendered by civilization is not recognized as such, but remains for the most part unconscious, or manifests itself as an unease, a discontent, for which other motivations are sought. The religions, at least, have never ignored the part that a sense of guilt plays in civilization. Moreover - a point I failed to appreciate earlier - they claim to redeem humanity from this sense of guilt, which they call sin. From the way in which this redemption is achieved in Christianity - through the sacrificial death of one man, who thereby takes upon himself the guilt shared by all - we drew an inference as to what may have been the original occasion for our acquiring this primordial guilt, which also marked the beginning of civilization. ~ Sigmund Freud,
949:It would be half-wrong to say it started with Sigmund Freud. It did not really start, in America, until the 1940s. And then again, it was less a start than the prevention of an end. The old prejudices -- women are animals, less than human, unable to think like men, born merely to breed and serve men -- were not so easily dispelled by the crusading feminists, by science and education, and by the democratic spirit after all. They merely reappeared in the forties, in Freudian disguise. The feminine mystique derived its power from Freudian thought; for it was an idea born of Freud, which led women, and those who studied them, to misinterpret their mothers' frustrations, and their fathers' and brothers' and husbands' resentments and inadequacies, and their own emotions and possible choices in life. ~ Betty Friedan,
950:Quando uma solteirona solitária transfere sua afeição para animais, ou um solteirão se torna um entusiástico colecionador, quando um soldado defende um farrapo de pano colorido - uma bandeira - com o sangue de sua vida, quando a pressão extra de um aperto de mão significa bem-aventurança para aquele que ama, ou quando, em Otelo, um lenço perdido precipita uma explosão de cólera - tudo isso constitui exemplos de deslocamentos psíquicos, aos quais não levantamos nenhuma objeção. Mas, quando ouvimos que uma decisão quanto ao que alcançará nossa consciência e o que será mantido fora dela - o que pensaremos, em suma - tenha sido alcançada da mesma forma e sobre os mesmos princípios, temos a impressão de um fato patológico e, se tais coisas ocorrerem na vida de vigília, nós a descreveremos como erro de pensamento. ~ Sigmund Freud,
951:Typical calculated ends might include “to impose my ideological beliefs,” “to prove that I am (or was) right,” “to appear competent,” “to ratchet myself up the dominance hierarchy,” “to avoid responsibility” (or its twin, “to garner credit for others’ actions”), “to be promoted,” “to attract the lion’s share of attention,” “to ensure that everyone likes me,” “to garner the benefits of martyrdom,” “to justify my cynicism,” “to rationalize my antisocial outlook,” “to minimize immediate conflict,” “to maintain my naïveté,” “to capitalize on my vulnerability,” “to always appear as the sainted one,” or (this one is particularly evil) “to ensure that it is always my unloved child’s fault.” These are all examples of what Sigmund Freud’s compatriot, the lesser-known Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler, called “life-lies. ~ Jordan Peterson,
952:Typical calculated ends might include “to impose my ideological beliefs,” “to prove that I am (or was) right,” “to appear competent,” “to ratchet myself up the dominance hierarchy,” “to avoid responsibility” (or its twin, “to garner credit for others’ actions”), “to be promoted,” “to attract the lion’s share of attention,” “to ensure that everyone likes me,” “to garner the benefits of martyrdom,” “to justify my cynicism,” “to rationalize my antisocial outlook,” “to minimize immediate conflict,” “to maintain my naïveté,” “to capitalize on my vulnerability,” “to always appear as the sainted one,” or (this one is particularly evil) “to ensure that it is always my unloved child’s fault.” These are all examples of what Sigmund Freud’s compatriot, the lesser-known Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler, called “life-lies. ~ Jordan B Peterson,
953:Biyoloji tarafından destekelnen kuramsal kabuller temelinde, organik hayatı cansız duruma geri döndürme görevi verilen bir ‘ölüm güdüsü’ varsayımı ileri sürmüştük, öte yandan Eros; hayatı, parçacıklara bölünmüş canlı maddeyi karmaşıklaştırmak ve durmaksızın bir araya getirmek, bu arada, tabii ki onu korumak hedefine yönelir. Her iki güdü de yaşamın ortaya çıkmasıyla bozulmuş bir durumun yeniden oluşturulmasına çalışırken, kelimenin en dar anlamıyla tutucu davranırlar. O halde yaşamın ortaya çıkışı, yaşamayı sürdürmenin ve aynı zamanda ölüme yönelen çabanın sebebi olmaktaydı; yaşamın kendisi de bu iki çaba arasındaki mücadele ve uzlaşma idi. Böylece yaşamın kökenine ilişkin soru kozmolojik bir soru olarak kalırken, hayatın hedefi ve amacı sorunu ikili bir şekilde yanıtlanmış oluyor.”

Sigmund Freud, ‘Ben ve O’, sayfa 72 ~ Sigmund Freud,
954:Sigmund Freud founded virtually all of psychotherapy on introspection, so one would expect him to be able to explain his own feelings, no matter how primitive. In one area, however, he baffled himself: He could not explain group loyalty. He wrote that he was “irresistibly” bonded to Jews and Jewishness, by “many obscure and emotional forces, which were the more powerful the less they could be expressed in words, as well as by a clear consciousness of inner identity, a deep realization of sharing the same psychic structure.”
Freud was writing about powerful feelings of kinship to an entire people. These are the feelings of nationalists and fanatics—and of ordinary people—and do not lend themselves to precise analysis. By refusing to take seriously that which they cannot analyze, social scientists misunderstand how real societies work. ~ Jared Taylor,
955:Here, indeed, we encounter a curious phenomenon: the relevant mental processes, when seen in the mass, are more familiar, more accessible to our consciousness than they can ever be in the individual. In the individual only the aggression of the super-ego makes itself clearly heard, when tension arises, in the form of reproaches, while the demands themselves often remain unconscious in the background. When brought fully into consciousness, they are seen to coincide with the precepts of the current cultural super-ego. At this point there seems to be a regular cohesion, as it were, between the cultural development of the mass and the personal development of the individual. Some manifestations and properties of the super-ego can thus be recognized more easily by its behaviour in the cultural community than by its behaviour in the individual. ~ Sigmund Freud,
956:Das Über-Ich kümmert sich in der Strenge seiner Gebote und Verbote zu wenig um das Glück des Ichs, indem es die Widerstände gegen die Befolgung, die Triebstärke des Es und die Schwierigkeiten der realen Umwelt nicht genügend in Rechnung bringt. Wir sind daher in therapeutischer Absicht sehr oft genötigt, das Über-Ich zu bekämpfen, und bemühen uns, seine Ansprüche zu erniedrigen. (...) Auch das Kultur-Über-Ich kümmert sich nicht genug um die Tatsachen der seelischen Konstitution des Menschen, es erläßt ein Gebot und fragt nicht, o es dem Menschen möglich ist, es zu befolgen. Vielmehr, es nimmt an, daß dem Ich des Menschen alles psychologisch möglich ist, was man ihm aufträgt, daß dem Ich die unumschränkte Herrschaft über sein Es zusteht. (...) Fordert man mehr, so erzeugt man beim einzelnen Auflehnung oder Neurose oder macht ihn unglücklich. ~ Sigmund Freud,
957:Mathematics enjoys the greatest reputation as a diversion from sexuality. This had been the very advice to which Jean-Jacques Rousseau was obliged to listen from a lady who was dissatisfied with him: 'Lascia le donne e studia la matematica!' So too our fugitive threw himself with special eagerness into the mathematics and geometry which he was taught at school, till suddenly one day his powers of comprehension were paralysed in the face of some apparently innocent problems. It was possible to establish two of these problems; 'Two bodies come together, one with a speed of ... etc' and 'On a cylinder, the diameter of whose surface is m, describe a cone ... etc' Other people would certainly not have regarded these as very striking allusions to sexual events; but he felt that he had been betrayed by mathematics as well, and took flight from it too. ~ Sigmund Freud,
958:scientific knowledge has taught [humans] much since the days of the Deluge, and it will increase their power still further. And, as for the great necessities of Fate, against which there is no help, they will learn to endure them with resignation. Of what use to them is the mirage of wide acres in the moon, whose harvest no one has ever yet seen? As honest smallholders on this earth they will know how to cultivate their plot in such a way that it supports them. By withdrawing their expectations from the other world and concentrating all their liberated energies into their life on earth, they will probably succeed in achieving a state of things in which life will become tolerable for everyone and civilization no longer oppressive to anyone. Then, with one of our fellow-unbelievers, they will be able to say without regret: 'We leave Heaven to the angels and the sparrows. ~ Sigmund Freud,
959:Viktor Frankl, the psychiatrist and Nazi concentration camp survivor who wrote the classic Man’s Search for Meaning, drew a similar social-psychological conclusion: deceitful, inauthentic individual existence is the precursor to social totalitarianism. Sigmund Freud, for his part, analogously believed that “repression” contributed in a non-trivial manner to the development of mental illness (and the difference between repression of truth and a lie is a matter of degree, not kind). Alfred Adler knew it was lies that bred sickness. C.G. Jung knew that moral problems plagued his patients, and that such problems were caused by untruth. All these thinkers, all centrally concerned with pathology both individual and cultural, came to the same conclusion: lies warp the structure of Being. Untruth corrupts the soul and the state alike, and one form of corruption feeds the other. ~ Jordan Peterson,
960:Viktor Frankl, the psychiatrist and Nazi concentration camp survivor who wrote the classic Man’s Search for Meaning, drew a similar social-psychological conclusion: deceitful, inauthentic individual existence is the precursor to social totalitarianism. Sigmund Freud, for his part, analogously believed that “repression” contributed in a non-trivial manner to the development of mental illness (and the difference between repression of truth and a lie is a matter of degree, not kind). Alfred Adler knew it was lies that bred sickness. C.G. Jung knew that moral problems plagued his patients, and that such problems were caused by untruth. All these thinkers, all centrally concerned with pathology both individual and cultural, came to the same conclusion: lies warp the structure of Being. Untruth corrupts the soul and the state alike, and one form of corruption feeds the other. ~ Jordan B Peterson,
961:Nella nostra concezione moderna del mondo ―concezione scientifica non ancora definitivamente conclusa― la superstizione è un po' fuori luogo; mentre era ammessa nella concezione di epoche prescientifiche, poiché ne era un complemento logico.
Aveva dunque relativamente ragione l'antico Romano, che rinunciava ad un progetto importante perché il volo degli uccelli era sfavorevole; agiva in modo conforme alle sue premesse. E se rinunciava al suo progetto perché aveva inciampato sulla soglia della sua porta, si rivelava superiore a noi increduli, si rivelava miglior psicologo di noi. Il fatto d'inciampare denotava l'esistenza di un dubbio, di un'opposizione interiore a questo progetto, la cui forza poteva annullare quella della sua intenzione al momento della realizzazione. In effetti si può essere sicuri del successo completo solo quando tutte le energie psichiche tendono al fine desiderato. ~ Sigmund Freud,
962:Religion is an attempt to get control over the sensory world, in which we are placed, by means of the wish-world, which we have developed inside us as a result of biological and psychological necessities. But it cannot achieve its end. Its doctrines carry with them the stamp of the times in which they originated, the ignorant childhood days of the human race. Its consolations deserve no trust. Experience teaches us that the world is not a nursery. The ethical commands, to which religion seeks to lend its weight, require some other foundations instead, for human society cannot do without them, and it is dangerous to link up obedience to them with religious belief. If one attempts to assign to religion its place in man’s evolution, it seems not so much to be a lasting acquisition, as a parallel to the neurosis which the civilized individual must pass through on his way from childhood to maturity. ~ Sigmund Freud,
963:The question of the purpose of human life has been raised countless times; it has never yet received a satisfactory answer and perhaps does not admit of one. Some of those who have asked it have added that if it should turn out that life has no purpose, it would lose all value for them. But this threat alters nothing. It looks, on the contrary, as though one had a right to dismiss the question, for it seems to derive from the human presumptuousness, many other manifestations of which are already familiar to us. Nobody talks about the purpose of the life of animals, unless, perhaps, it may be supposed to lie in being of service to man. But this view is not tenable either, for there are many animals of which man can make nothing, except to describe, classify and study them; and innumerable species of animals have escaped even this use, since they existed and became extinct before man set eyes on them. ~ Sigmund Freud,
964:Three tendencies can be observed in the estimation of dreams. Many philosophers have given currency to one of these tendencies, one which at the same time preserves something of the dream's former over-valuation. The foundation of dream life is for them a peculiar state of psychical activity, which they even celebrate as elevation to some higher state. Schubert, for instance, claims: "The dream is the liberation of the spirit from the pressure of external nature, a detachment of the soul from the fetters of matter." Not all go so far as this, but many maintain that dreams have their origin in real spiritual excitations, and are the outward manifestations of spiritual powers whose free movements have been hampered during the day ("Dream Phantasies," Scherner, Volkelt). A large number of observers acknowledge that dream life is capable of extraordinary achievements—at any rate, in certain fields ("Memory"). ~ Sigmund Freud,
965:Positive transference is then further divisible into transference of friendly or affectionate feelings which are admissible to consciousness and transference of prolongation of those feelings into the consciousness and transference of prolongations of those feelings into the unconscious. As regards the latter, analysis shows that they invariably go back to erotic sources. And we are thus led to the discovery that all the emotional relations of sympathy, friendship, trust, and the like, which can be turned to good account in our lives, are genetically linked with sexuality and have developed from purely sexual desires through a softening of their sexual aim, however pure and unsensual they may appear to our conscious self-perception. Originally we knew only sexual objects; and psychoanalysis shows us that people who in our real life are merely admired or respected may still be sexual objects for our unconscious ~ Sigmund Freud,
966:My deepest debt in this book is to the General Semantics ('non-Aristotelian system') of Alfred Korzybski. I have also drawn heavily upon the works of other contributors to semantic thought: especially C. K. Ogden and I. A. Richards, Thorstein Veblen, Edward Sapir, Leonard Bloomfield, Karl R. Popper, Thurman Arnold, Jerome Frank, Jean Piaget, Charles Morris, Wendell Johnson, Irving J. Lee, Ernst Cassirer, Anatol Rapoport, Stuart Chase. I am also deeply indebted to the writings of numerous psychologists and psychiatrists with one or another of the dynamic points of view inspired by Sigmund Freud: Karl Menninger, Trigant Burrow, Carl Rogers, Kurt Lewin, N. R. F. Maier, Jurgen Ruesch, Gregory Bateson, Rudolf Dreikurs, Milton Rokeach. I have also found extremely helpful the writings of cultural anthropologists, especially those of Benjamin Lee Whorf, Ruth Benedict, Clyde Kluckhohn, Leslie A. White, Margaret Mead, Weston La Barre. ~ S. I. Hayakawa,
967:To The Works Of:
   Aristotle, Cassius J. Keyser, Eric T. Bell, G. W. Leibnitz, Eugen Bleuler, J. Locke, Niels Bohr, Jacques Loeb, George Boole, H. A. Lorentz, Max Born, Ernst Mach, Louis De Brogue, J. C. Maxwell, Georg Cantor, Adolf Meyer, Ernst Cassirer, Hermann Minkowsja, Charles M. Child, Isaac Newton, C. Darwin, Ivan Pavlov, Rene Descartes, Giuseppe Peano, P. A. M. Dirac, Max Planck, A. S. Eddington, Plato, Albert Einstein, H. Poincare, Euclid, M. Faraday, Sigmund Freud, Josiah Royce, Karl F. Gauss, G. Y. Rainich, G. B. Riemann, Bertrand Russell, Thomas Graham, Ernest Rutherford, Arthur Haas, E. Schrodinger, Wm. R. Hamilton, C. S. Sherrington, Henry Head, Socrates, Werner Heisenberg, Arnold Sommerfeld, C. Judson Herrick, Oswald Veblen, E. V. Huntington, Wm. Alanson White, Smith Ely Jeluffe, Alfred N. Whitehead, Ludwig Wittgenstein
   Which Have Creatly Influenced My Enquiry
   This System Is Dedicated ~ Alfred Korzybski, Science and Sanity,
968:Like most geniuses, the Countess was a very limited person. Sigmund Freud was so ignorant of the art that Surrealist painters had to explain then- use of Freudian symbols over and over again, and he still didn't get it. Einstein never could remember to take the biscuits out of oven. Those same forces that drive a genius to create things or ideas that entertain or enlighten us often gobble so much of his personality that he has none left for the social graces (Should you invite Van Gogh to your home he might stand on your sofa in his muddy boots and pee where he pleased), and the very act of creation requires such focused concentration that vast areas of knowledge may be completely overlooked. Well, so what? There is no evidence that generalized skills are in any way superior to specialized brilliance, and certainly that sputter less little candle. Same of the mediocre mind known as "common sense" has never produced anything worth celebrating. ~ Tom Robbins,
969:This time once again it has been my chief aim to make no sacrifice to an appearance of being simple, complete or rounded off, not to disguise problems and not to deny the existence of gaps and uncertainties. In no other scientific field would it be necessary to boast of such modest intentions. They are universally regarded as self-evident; the public expects nothing else. No reader of an account of astronomy will feel disappointed and contemptuous of the science if he is shown the frontiers at which our knowledge of the universe melts into haziness. Only in psychology is it otherwise. There mankind's constitutional unfitness for scientific research comes fully into the open. What people seem to demand of psychology is not progress in knowledge, but satisfactions of some other sort; every unsolved problem, every admitted uncertainty is made into a reproach against it.
Whoever cares for the science of mental life must accept these injustices along with it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
970:We need not deplore the renunciation of historical truth when we put forward rational grounds for the precepts of civilization. The truths contained in religious doctrines are after all so distorted and systematically disguised that the mass of humanity cannot recognize them as truth. The case is similar to what happens when we tell a child that new-born babies are brought by the stork. Here, too, we are telling the truth in symbolic clothing, for we know what the large bird signifies . But the child does not know it. He hears only the distorted part of what we say, and feels that he has been deceived; and we know how often his distrust of the grown-ups and his refractoriness actually take their start from this impression. We have become convinced that it is better to avoid such symbolic disguisings of the truth in what we tell children and not to withhold from them a knowledge of the true state of affairs commensurate with their intellectual level. ~ Sigmund Freud,
971:Quite unlike conscious memories from the time of maturity, they are not fixed at the moment of being experienced and afterwards repeated, but are only elicited at a later age when childhood is already past; in the process they are altered and falsified, and are put into the service of later trends, so that generally speaking they cannot be sharply distinguished from phantasies. Their nature is perhaps best illustrated by a comparison with the way in which the writing of history originated among the peoples of antiquity. As long as a nation was small and weak it gave no thought to the writing of its history. Men tilled the soil of their land, fought for their existence against their neighbours, and tried to gain territory from them and to acquire wealth. It was an age of heroes not of historians. Then came another age, an age of reflection: men felt themselves to be rich and powerful, and now felt a need to learn where they had come from and how they had developed. ~ Sigmund Freud,
972:Actually, the substitution of the reality-principle for the pleasure-principle denotes no dethronement of the pleasure-principle, but only a safeguarding of it. A momentary pleasure, uncertain in its results, is given up, but only in order to gain in the new way an assured pleasure coming later. But the end psychic impression made by this substitution has been so powerful that it is mirrored in a special religious myth. The doctrine of reward in a future life for the—voluntary or enforced—renunciation of earthly lusts is nothing but a mythical projection of this revolution in the mind. In logical pursuit of this prototype, religions have been able to effect the absolute renunciation of pleasure in this life by means of the promise of compensation in a future life; they have not, however, achieved a conquest of the pleasure-principle this way. It is science which comes nearest to succeeding in this conquest; science, however, also offers intellectual pleasure during its work and promises practical gain at the end. ~ Sigmund Freud,
973:Individual liberty is not an asset of civilization. It was greatest before there was any civilization, though admittedly even then it was largely worthless, because the individual was hardly in a position to defend it. With the development of civilization it underwent restrictions, and justice requires that no one shall be spared these restrictions. Whatever makes itself felt in a human community as an urge for freedom may amount to a revolt against an existing injustice, thus favouring a further advance of civilization and remaining compatible with it. But it may spring from what remains of the original personality, still untamed by civilization, and so become a basis for hostility to civilization. The urge for freedom is thus directed against particular forms and claims of civilization, or against civilization as a whole. It does not seem as though any influence can induce human beings to change their nature and become like termites; they will probably always defend their claim to individual freedom against the will of the mass. ~ Sigmund Freud,
974:But since the downfall of the mythological hypothesis an interpretation of the dream has been wanting. The conditions of its origin; its relationship to our psychical life when we are awake; its independence of disturbances which, during the state of sleep, seem to compel notice; its many peculiarities repugnant to our waking thought; the incongruence between its images and the feelings they engender; then the dream's evanescence, the way in which, on awakening, our thoughts thrust it aside as something bizarre, and our reminiscences mutilating or rejecting it—all these and many other problems have for many hundred years demanded answers which up till now could never have been satisfactory. Before all there is the question as to the meaning of the dream, a question which is in itself double-sided. There is, firstly, the psychical significance of the dream, its position with regard to the psychical processes, as to a possible biological function; secondly, has the dream a meaning—can sense be made of each single dream as of other mental syntheses? ~ Sigmund Freud,
975:Cruelty is especially near the childish character, since the inhibition which restrains the impulse to mastery before it causes pain to others—that is, the capacity for sympathy—develops comparatively late. As we know, a thorough psychological analysis of this impulse has not as yet been successfully accomplished; we may assume that the cruel feelings emanate from the impulse to mastery and appear at a period in the sexual life before the genitals have taken on their later rôle. It then dominates a phase of the sexual life, which we shall later describe as the pregenital organization. Children who are distinguished for evincing especial cruelty to animals and playmates may be justly suspected of intensive and premature sexual activity in the erogenous zones; and in a simultaneous prematurity of all sexual impulses, the erogenous sexual activity surely seems to be primary. The absence of the barrier of sympathy carries with it the danger that the connections between cruelty and the erogenous impulses formed in childhood cannot be broken in later life. ~ Sigmund Freud,
976:Dr. Sigmund Freud Discovers The Sea Shell
Science, that simple saint, cannot be bothered
Figuring what anything is for:
Enough for her devotions that things are
And can be contemplated soon as gathered.
She knows how every living thing was fathered,
She calculates the climate of each star,
She counts the fish at sea, but cannot care
Why any one of them exists, fish, fire or feathered.
Why should she? Her religion is to tell
By rote her rosary of perfect answers.
Metaphysics she can leave to man:
She never wakes at night in heaven or hell
Staring at darkness. In her holy cell
There is no darkness ever: the pure candle
Burns, the beads drop briskly from her hand.
Who dares to offer Her the curled sea shell!
She will not touch it!--knows the world she sees
Is all the world there is! Her faith is perfect!
And still he offers the sea shell . . .
What surf
Of what far sea upon what unknown ground
Troubles forever with that asking sound?
What surge is this whose question never ceases?
~ Archibald MacLeish,
977: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. The possibility it offers of displacing a large amount of libidinal components, whether narcissistic, aggressive or even erotic, on to professional work and on to the human relations connected with it lends it a value by no means second to what it enjoys as something indispensible to the preservation and justification of existence in society. Professional activity is a source of special satisfaction if it is a freely chosen one — if, that is to say, by means of sublimation, it makes possible the use of existing inclinations, of persisting or constitutionally reinforced instinctual impulses. And yet, as a path to happiness, work is not highly prized by men. They do not strive after it as they do after other possibilities of satisfaction. The great majority of people only work under the stress of necessity, and this natural human aversion to work raises most difficult social problems. ~ Sigmund Freud,
978:En efecto, es muy posible fundir en un solo concepto ambas condiciones etiológicas; todo depende de la definición que concedamos a lo traumático. Si podemos aceptar que el carácter traumático de una vivencia sólo reside en un factor cuantitativo; si, por consiguiente, el hecho de que una vivencia despierte reacciones insólitas, patológicas, siempre obedece al exceso de demandas que plantee al psiquismo, entonces será fácil establecer el concepto de que frente a determinada constitución puede actuar como trauma algo que frente a otra distinta no tendría semejante efecto. Logramos de tal modo la noción de una denominada serie complementaria gradual, a la que concurren dos factores integrantes de la condición etiológica, compensándose la mengua de uno con el exceso del otro, produciéndose generalmente una acción conjunta de ambos, mientras que sólo en ambos extremos de la serie podemos hablar de una motivación simple. Teniendo en cuenta estas consideraciones se puede desechar la diferenciación entre la etiología traumática y la no traumática, por carecer de importancia para la analogía que procuramos estatuir. ~ Sigmund Freud,
979:Several great men living in the last of the nineteenth and first of the twentieth century saw the splitting up of personality which was occurring. Henrik Ibsen in literature realized what was happening, Paul Cézanne in art, and Sigmund Freud in the science of human nature. Each of these men proclaimed that we must find a new unity for our lives. Ibsen showed in his play A Doll’s House that if the husband simply goes off to business, keeping his work and his family in different compartments like a good nineteenth-century banker, and treats his wife as a doll, the house will collapse. Cézanne attacked the artificial and sentimental art of the nineteenth century and showed that art must deal with the honest realities of life, and that beauty has more to do with integrity than with prettiness. Freud pointed out that if people repress their emotions and try to act as if sex and anger did not exist, they end up neurotic. And he worked out a new technique for bringing out the deeper, unconscious, “irrational” levels in personality which had been suppressed, thus helping the person to become a thinking-feeling-willing unity. ~ Rollo May,
980:So who is out there? The preacher addresses people with layers and layers of alienation that result from sin and that are experienced as guilt. The gathered congregation includes those who are profoundly burdened with guilt, whose lives are framed by deep wrong, by skewed relations beyond resolve, shareholders in the public drama of brutality and exploitation. There is a heaviness, and pious good humor is not an adequate response. The heaviness is poorly matched by yearning, but there is a yearning nonetheless. It is the resilience of the yearning that causes people to dress up in their heaviness and present themselves for the drama one more time. Sunday morning is, for some, a last, desperate hope that life need not be lived in alienation. We need not dwell on the sin that produces alienation. Suffice with Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud to say that sin characteristically is manifested in distorted relations to sex and money, in lust and in greed, in abuse of neighbor and in the squandering of creation. As the guilt
emerges, alienation lingers. And the desperation resulting from the alienation lingers even more powerfully. ~ Walter Brueggemann,
981:Historical writing, which had begun to keep a continuous record of the present, now also cast a glance back to the past, gathered traditions and legends, interpreted the traces of antiquity that survived in customs and usages, and in this way created a history of the past. It was inevitable that this early history should have been an expression of present beliefs and wishes rather than a true picture of the past; for many things had been dropped from the nation's memory, while others were distorted, and some remains of the past were given a wrong interpretation in order to fit in with contemporary ideas. Moreover people's motive for writing history was not objective curiosity but a desire to influence their contemporaries, to encourage and inspire them, or to hold a mirror up before them. A man's conscious memory of the events of his maturity is in every way comparable to the first kind of historical writing [which was a chronicle of current events]; while the memories that he has of his childhood correspond, as far as their origins and reliability are concerned, to the history of a nation's earliest days, which was compiled later and for tendentious reasons. ~ Sigmund Freud,
982:Thus I must contradict you when you go on to argue that men are completely unable to do without the consolation of the religious illusion, that without it they could not bear the troubles of life and the cruelties of reality. That is true, certainly, of the men into whom you have instilled the sweet -- or bitter-sweet -- poison from childhood onwards. But what of the other men, who have been sensibly brought up? Perhaps those who do not suffer from the neurosis will need no intoxicant to deaden it. They will, it is true, find themselves in a difficult situation. They will have to admit to themselves the full extent of their helplessness and their insignificance in the machinery of the universe; they can no longer be the centre of creation, no longer the object of tender care on the part of a beneficent Providence. They will be in the same position as a child who has left the parental house where he was so warm and comfortable. But surely infantilism is destined to be surmounted. Men cannot remain children for ever; they must in the end go out into 'hostile life'. We may call this 'education to reality. Need I confess to you that the whole purpose of my book is to point out the necessity for this forward step? ~ Sigmund Freud,
983:I must confess that I am not at all partial to the fabrication of Weltanschauungen. Such activities may be left to philosophers, who avowedly find it impossible to make their journey through life without a Baedeker of that kind to give them information on every subject. Let us humbly accept the contempt with which they look down on us from the vatnage-ground of their superior needs. But since we cannot forgot our narcissistic pride either, we will draw comfort from the reflection that such 'Handbooks to Life' soon grow out of date and that it is precisely our short-sighted, narrow, and finicky work which obliges them to appear in new editions, and that even the most up-to-date of them are nothing but attempts to find a substitute for the ancient, useful and all-sufficient Church Catechism. We know well enough how little light science has so far been able to throw on the problems that surround us. But however much ado the philosophers may make, they cannot alter the situation. Only patient, persevering research, in which everything is subordinated to the one requirement of certainty, can gradually bring about a change. The benighted traveller may sing aloud in the dark to deny his own fears; but, for all that, he will not see an inch further beyond his nose. ~ Sigmund Freud,
984:Sigmund Freud was also frustrated here. In a city that later embraced his ideas with particular zeal, being organically inclined towards neurosis, he himself found only failure. He came to Trieste on the train from Vienna in 1876, commissioned by the Institute of Comparative Anatomy at Vienna University to solve a classically esoteric zoological puzzle: how eels copulated. Specialist as he later became in the human testicle and its influence upon the psyche, Freud diligently set out to discover the elusive reproductive organs whose location had baffled investigators since the time of Aristotle. He did not solve the mystery, but I like to imagine him dissecting his four hundred eels in the institute's zoological station here. Solemn, earnest and bearded I fancy him, rubber-gloved and canvas-aproned, slitting them open one after the other in their slimy multitudes. Night after night I see him peeling off his gloves with a sigh to return to his lonely lodgings, and saying a weary goodnight to the lab assistant left to clear up the mess — "Goodnight, Alfredo", "Goodnight, Herr Doktor. Better luck next time, eh?" But the better luck never came; the young genius returned to Vienna empty-handed, so to speak, but perhaps inspired to think more exactly about the castration complex. ~ Jan Morris,
985:It sounds like a fairy-tale, but not only that; this story of what man by his science and practical inventions has achieved on this earth, where he first appeared as a weakly member of the animal kingdom, and on which each individual of his species must ever again appear as a helpless infant... is a direct fulfilment of all, or of most, of the dearest wishes in his fairy-tales. All these possessions he has acquired through culture. Long ago he formed an ideal conception of omnipotence and omniscience which he embodied in his gods. Whatever seemed unattainable to his desires - or forbidden to him - he attributed to these gods. One may say, therefore, that these gods were the ideals of his culture. Now he has himself approached very near to realizing this ideal, he has nearly become a god himself. But only, it is true, in the way that ideals are usually realized in the general experience of humanity. Not completely; in some respects not at all, in others only by halves. Man has become a god by means of artificial limbs, so to speak, quite magnificent when equipped with all his accessory organs; but they do not grow on him and they still give him trouble at times... Future ages will produce further great advances in this realm of culture, probably inconceivable now, and will increase man's likeness to a god still more. ~ Sigmund Freud,
986:Humanity has in the course of time had to endure from the hands of science two great outrages upon its naive self-love. The first was when it realized that our earth was not the center of the universe, but only a tiny speck in a world-system of a magnitude hardly conceivable; this is associated in our minds with the name of Copernicus, although Alexandrian doctrines taught something very similar. The second was when biological research robbed man of his peculiar privilege of having been specially created, and relegated him to a descent from the animal world, implying an ineradicable animal nature in him: this transvaluation has been accomplished in our own time upon the instigation of Charles Darwin, Wallace, and their predecessors, and not without the most violent opposition from their contemporaries. But man's craving for grandiosity is now suffering the third and most bitter blow from present-day psychological research which is endeavoring to prove to the ego of each one of us that he is not even master in his own house, but that he must remain content with the veriest scraps of information about what is going on unconsciously in his own mind. We psycho-analysts were neither the first nor the only ones to propose to mankind that they should look inward; but it appears to be our lot to advocate it most insistently and to support it by empirical evidence which touches every man closely. ~ Sigmund Freud,
987:The commandment, 'Love thy neighbour as thyself', is the strongest defence against human aggressiveness and an excellent example of the unpsychological [expectations] of the cultural super-ego. The commandment is impossible to fulfil; such an enormous inflation of love can only lower its value, not get rid of the difficulty. Civilization pays no attention to all this; it merely admonishes us that the harder it is to obey the precept the more meritorious it is to do so. But anyone who follows such a precept in present-day civilization only puts himself at a disadvantage vis-a-vis the person who disregards it. What a potent obstacle to civilization aggressiveness must be, if the defence against it can cause as much unhappiness as aggressiveness itself! 'Natural' ethics, as it is called, has nothing to offer here except the narcissistic satisfaction of being able to think oneself better than others. At this point the ethics based on religion introduces its promises of a better after-life. But so long as virtue is not rewarded here on earth, ethics will, I fancy, preach in vain. I too think it quite certain that a real change in the relations of human beings to possessions would be of more help in this direction than any ethical commands; but the recognition of this fact among socialists has been obscured and made useless for practical purposes by a fresh idealistic misconception of human nature. ~ Sigmund Freud,
988:Em que consiste o trabalho realizado pelo luto? Não me parece descabido expor esse trabalho da forma seguinte. O exame da realidade mostrou que o objeto amado não mais existe, e então exige que toda a libido seja retirada de suas conexões com esse objeto. Isso desperta uma compreensível oposição - observa-se geralmente que o ser humano não gosta de abandonar uma posição libidinal, mesmo quando um substituto já se anuncia. Essa posição pode ser tão intensa que se produz um afastamento da realidade e um apego ao objeto mediante uma psicose de desejo alucinatório. O normal é que vença o respeito à realidade. Mas a solicitação desta não pode ser atendida imediatamente. É cumprida aos poucos, com grande aplicação de tempo e energia de investimento, e enquanto isso a existência do objeto perdido se prolonga na psique. Cada uma das lembranças e expectativa em que a libido se achava ligada ao objeto é enfocada e superinvestida, e em cada uma sucede o desligamento da libido. Não é fácil fundamentar economicamente porque é tão dolorosa essa operação de compromisso em que o mandamento da realidade pouco a pouco se efetiva. É curioso que esse doloroso desprazer nos pareça natural. Mas o fato é que após a consumação do trabalho do luto, o Eu fica novamente livre e desimpedido" (FREUD, Sigmundo. Luto e Melancolia, In   . Introdução ao Narcisismo, Ensaios de metapsicologia e outros ensaios [1914-1916]. São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 2010. (vol. 12). p. 173. ~ Sigmund Freud,
989:The other pioneer of political public relations was Edward Bernays, a nephew of Sigmund Freud, who sharpened his skills writing prowar propaganda for the Committee on Public Information during World War I. After the war he decided that the word “propaganda” had a negative ring, due to its use by the defeated Germans; he came up with a new phrase, “public relations,” which has a distinctly more Madison Avenue sound. In 1928, in his influential Propaganda, Bernays claimed that manipulating public opinion was a necessary part of democracy. According to his daughter, Bernays believed the common people were “not to be relied upon, [so] they had to be guided from above.” She would later say that her father believed in “enlightened despotism”—a system through which intelligent men such as himself would keep the mob in line through the clever use of subliminal PR campaigns. His clients included not only such megacorporations as Procter & Gamble, the United Fruit Company, and the American Tobacco Company (through clever advertising campaigns, he sought to remove the traditional stigma against women smoking), but also Republican president Calvin Coolidge. Bernays did not feel it would be strategic to allay the public’s fear of communism and urged his clients to play on popular emotions and magnify that fear. His work laid some of the foundation of the McCarthyite hysteria of the 1950s. Life magazine named Bernays one of the one hundred most influential Americans of the twentieth century. ~ Anonymous,
990:But hypnotism had been of immense help in the cathartic treatment, by widening the field of the patient's consciousness and putting within his reach knowledge which he did not possess in his waking life. It seemed no easy task to find a substitute for it. While I was in this perplexity there came to my help the recollection of an experiment which I had often witnessed while I was with Bernheim. When the subject awoke from the state of somnambulism, he seemed to have lost all memory of what had happened while he was in that state. But Bernheim maintained that the memory was present all the same; and if he insisted on the subject remembering, if he asseverated that the subject knew it all and had only to say it, and if at the same time he laid his hand on the subject's forehead, then the forgotten memories used in fact to return, hesitatingly at first, but eventually in a flood and with complete clarity. I determined that I would act the same way. My patients I reflected, must in fact 'know' all the things which had hitherto only been made accessible to them in hypnosis; and assurances and encouragement on my part, assisted perhaps by the touch of my hand, would, I thought, have the power of forcing the forgotten facts and connections into consciousness. No doubt this seemed a more laborious process than putting the patients into hypnosis, but it might prove highly instructive. So I abandoned hypnotism, only retaining my practice of requiring the patient to lie upon a sofa while I sat behind him, seeing him, but not seen myself. ~ Sigmund Freud,
991:Perciò la differenza tra me ed un uomo superstizioso consiste in questo: io non credo che un avvenimento verificatosi senza alcuna partecipazione della mia vita psichica possa rivelarmi cose arcane sul futuro; credo invece che un'espressione non intenzionale della mia vita psichica possa rivelarmi qualcosa di ignoto che, in fondo, appartiene solo alla mia vita psichica; credo alla casualità esterna (reale) ma non a quella interna (psichica). Insomma, il mio è l'atteggiamento esattamente opposto a quello del superstizioso; egli, non sapendo nulla della motivazione degli atti casuali e degli atti mancati, crede nella casualità psichica; è portato ad attribuire al caso esterno un'importanza che si manifesta nella realtà futura, ed a vedere nel caso un mezzo d'espressione di qualcosa che è nascosto nella realtà. Ci sono dunque due differenze tra me e l'uomo superstizioso: prima di tutto egli proietta all'esterno una motivazione che io cerco all'interno; in secondo luogo, egli interpreta il caso per mezzo di un avvenimento che io riconduco ad un'idea. Ciò che per lui è occulto per me è inconscio; in noi c'è la tendenza comune a non considerare il caso come tale, ma ad interpretarlo.
Ora io sostengo che quest'ignoranza cosciente e questa conoscenza inconscia della motivazione delle casualità psichiche sono una delle radici della superstizione. Proprio perché il superstizioso non sa nulla della motivazione dei suoi atti casuali e perché questa motivazione cerca di imporsi alla sua conoscenza, egli è obbligato a spostarla ed a collocarla nel mondo esterno. ~ Sigmund Freud,
992:If we turn to those restrictions that only apply to certain classes of society, we encounter a state of things which is glaringly obvious and has always been recognized. It is to be expected that the neglected classes will grudge the favoured ones their privileges and that they will do everything in their to power to rid themselves of their own surplus of privation. Where this is not possible a lasting measure of discontent will obtain within this culture, and this may lead to dangerous outbreaks. But if a culture has not got beyond the stage in which the satisfaction of one group of its members necessarily involves the suppression of another, perhaps the majority---and this is the case in all modern cultures,---it is intelligible that these suppressed classes should develop an intense hostility to the culture; a culture, whose existence they make possible by their labour, but in whose resources they have too small a share. In such conditions one must not expect to find an internalization of the cultural prohibitions among the suppressed classes; indeed they are not even prepared to acknowledge these prohibitions, intent, as they are, on the destruction of the culture itself and perhaps even of the assumptions on which it rests. These classes are so manifestly hostile to culture that on that account the more latent hostility of the better provided social strata has been overlooked. It need not be said that a culture which leaves unsatisfied and drives to rebelliousness so large a number of its members neither has a prospect of continued existence, nor deserves it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
993:Prin metoda asocierii libere si prin tehnica de interpretare care i se adauga, psihanaliza reuseste sa faca un lucru care nu parea pre important din punct de vedere practic, dar care trebuia in realitate sa duca la o pozitie si o valorificare cu totul noi in evolutia stiintei. A devenit posibil sa se dovedeasca ca visurile au un sens si sa se ghiceasca acest sens. In antichitatea clasica, visurile erau considerate adesea previziuni ale viitorului; stiinta moderna nu voia sa auda de visuri, le lega de domeniul superstitiei, declarandu-le un simplu act «corporal», un soi de tresarire a vietii psihice, de altfel adormite. Parea sa fie exclusa posibilitatea ca un savant care a facut deja lucrari stiintifice serioase sa poata aparea ca un «interpretator de visuri». Dar din moment ce nu era luata in seama dispretuirea visului si era tratat ca un simptom nevrotic neinteles, ca o idee deliranta sau obsesiva care, indepartandu-se de continutul sau aparent, lua ca obiect al asocierii libere imaginile sale izolate, atunci se ajungea la un cu totul alt rezultat. Se ajungea prin urmatoarele asocieri ale celui care visa, la constientizarea unor ansambluri de ganduri care nu mai puteau fi numite absurde sau confuze, care corespuneau unui act psihic de mare valoare si ale carui vis manifest nu era decat o traducere deformata, trunchiata sau rau inteleasa, cel mai adesea o traducere in imagini vizuale. Aceste ganduri latente ale visului contineau sensul visului, continutul manifest al visului nefiind decat o iluzie, o fatada de unde putea pleca asocierea cu adevarul dar nu si interpretarea. ~ Sigmund Freud,
994:Sigmund Freud once asserted, "Let one attempt to expose a number of the most diverse people uniformly to hunger. With the increase of the imperative urge of hunger all individual differences will blur, and in their stead will appear the uniform expression of the one unstilled urge." Thank heaven, Sigmund Freud was spared knowing the concentration camps from the inside. His subjects lay on a couch designed in the plush style of Victorian culture, not in the filth of Auschwitz. There, the "individual differences" did not "blur" but, on the contrary, people became more different; people unmasked themselves, both the swine and the saints. And today you need no longer hesitate to use the word "saints": think of Father Maximilian Kolbe who was starved and finally murdered by an injection of carbolic acid at Auschwitz and who in 1983 was canonized.

You may be prone to blame for invoking examples that are the exceptions ot the rule. "Sed omnia praeclara tam difficilia quam rara sunt" (but everything great is just as difficult to realize as it is rare to find) reads the last sentence of the Ethics of Spinoza. You may of course ask whether we really need to refer to "saints." Wouldn't it suffice just to refer to decent people? It is true that they form a minority . More than that, they always will remain a minority. And yet I see therein the very challenge to join the minority. For the world is in a bad state, but everything will become still worse unless each of us does his best.

So let us be alert-alert in a twofold sense:

Since Auschwitz we know what man is capable of.

And since Hiroshima we know what is at stake. ~ Viktor E Frankl,
995:It would be futile to delude ourselves that at present, readers find every pathography unsavory. This attitude is excused with the reproach that from a pathographic elaboration of a great man one never obtains an understanding of his importance and his attainments, that it is therefore useless mischief to study in him things which could just as well be found in the first comer. However, this criticism is so clearly unjust that it can only be grasped when viewed as a pretext and a disguise for something. As a matter of fact pathography does not aim at making comprehensible the attainments of the great man; no one should really be blamed for not doing something which one never promised. The real motives for the opposition are quite different. One finds them when one bears in mind that biographers are fixed on their heroes in quite a peculiar manner. Frequently they take the hero as the object of study because, for reasons of their personal emotional life, they bear him a special affection from the very outset. They then devote themselves to a work of idealization which strives to enroll the great men among their infantile models, and to revive through him, as it were, the infantile conception of the father. For the sake of this wish they wipe out the individual features in his physiognomy, they rub out the traces of his life's struggle with inner and outer resistances, and do not tolerate in him anything of human weakness or imperfection; they then give us a cold, strange, ideal form instead of the man to whom we could feel distantly related. It is to be regretted that they do this, for they thereby sacrifice the truth to an illusion, and for the sake of their infantile phantasies they let slip the opportunity to penetrate into the most attractive secrets of human nature. ~ Sigmund Freud,
996:One thus gets an impression that civilization is something which was imposed on a resisting majority by a minority which understood how to obtain possession of the means to power and coercion. It is, of course, natural to assume that these difficulties are not inherent in the nature or civilization itself but are determined by the imperfections of the cultural forms which have so far been developed. And in fact it is not difficult to indicate those defects. While mankind has made continual advances in its control over nature and may expect to make still greater ones, it is not possible to establish with certainty that a similar advance has been made in the management of human affairs; and probably at all periods, just as now once again, many people have asked themselves whether what little civilization has thus acquired is indeed worth defending at all. One would think that a re-ordering of human relations should be possible, which would remove the sources of dissatisfaction with civilization by renouncing coercion and the suppression of the instincts, so that, undisturbed by internal discord, men might devote themselves to the acquisition of wealth and its enjoyment. That would be a golden age, but it is questionable if such a state of affairs can be realized. It seems rather that every civilization must be built upon coercion and renunciation of instinct; it does not even seem certain that if coercion were to cease the majority of human beings would be prepared to undertake to perform the work necessary for acquiring new wealth. One has, I think, to reckon with the fact that there are present in all men destructive, and therefore anti-social and anti-cultural, trends and that in a great number of people these are strong enough to determine their behavior in human society. ~ Sigmund Freud,
997:Since McDougall contrasts the behaviour of a
highly organised group with what has just been described,
we shall be particularly interested to learn
in what this organisation consists, and by what
factors it is produced. The author enumerates five
principal conditions '
for raising collective mental
life to a higher level.
The first and fundamental condition is that there
should be some degree of continuity of existence in
the group. This may be either material or formal:
the former, if the same individuals persist in the
group for some time; and the latter, if there is
developed within the group a system of fixed positions
which are occupied by a succession of individuals.
The second condition is that in the individual
member of the group some definite idea should be
formed of the nature, composition, functions and
capacities of the group, so that from this he may
develop an emotional relation to the group as a
whole.
The third is that the group should be brought
into interaction (perhaps in the form of rivalry) with
other groups similar to it but differing from it in
many respects.
The fourth is that the group should possess
traditions, customs and habits, and especially such as
determine the relations of its members to one
another.
The fifth is that the group should have a definite
structure, expressed in the specialisation and differentiation
of the functions of its constituents.
According to McDougall, if these conditions
are fulfilled, the psychological disadvantages of the
group formation are removed. The collective lowering
of intellectual ability is avoided by withdrawing
the performance of intellectual tasks from the group
and reserving them for individual members of it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
998:FLEISCHMANN: Since the days of Sigmund Freud and the advent of psychoanalysis the interpretation of dreams has played a big role in Austria[n life]. What is your attitude to all that?

BERNHARD: I’ve never spent enough time reading Freud to say anything intelligent about him. Freud has had no effect whatsoever on dreams, or on the interpretation of dreams. Of course psychoanalysis is nothing new. Freud didn’t discover it; it had of course always been around before. It just wasn’t practiced on such a fashionably huge scale, and in such million-fold, money-grubbing forms, as it has been now for decades, and as it won’t be for much longer. Because even in America, as I know, it’s fallen so far out of fashion that they just lay people out on the celebrated couch and scoop their psychological guts out with a spoon.

FLEISCHMANN: I take it then that psychoanalysis is not a means gaining knowledge for you?

BERNHARD: Well, no; for me it’s never been that kind of thing. I think of Freud simply as a good writer, and whenever I’ve read something of his, I’ve always gotten the feeling of having read the work of an extraordinary, magnificent writer. I’m no competent judge of his medical qualifications, and as for what’s known as psychoanalysis, I’ve personally always tended to think of it as nonsense or as a middle-aged man’s hobby-horse that turned into an old man’s hobby-horse. But Freud’s fame is well-deserved, because of course he was a genuinely great, extraordinary personality. There’s no denying that. One of the few great personalities who had a beard and was great despite his beardiness.

FLEISCHMANN: Do you have something against beards?

BERNHARD: No. But the majority of people call people who have a long beard or the longest possible beard great personalities and suppose that the longer one’s beard is, the greater the personality one is. Freud’s beard was relatively long, but too pointy; that was typical of him. Perhaps it was the typical Freudian trait, the pointy beard. It’s possible. ~ Thomas Bernhard,
999:Our study of psychoneurotic disturbances points to a more comprehensive explanation, which includes that of Westermarck. When a wife loses her husband, or a daughter her mother, it not infrequently happens that the survivor is afflicted with tormenting scruples, called ‘obsessive reproaches’ which raises the question whether she herself has not been guilty through carelessness or neglect, of the death of the beloved person. No recalling of the care with which she nursed the invalid, or direct refutation of the asserted guilt can put an end to the torture, which is the pathological expression of mourning and which in time slowly subsides. Psychoanalytic investigation of such cases has made us acquainted with the secret mainsprings of this affliction. We have ascertained that these obsessive reproaches are in a certain sense justified and therefore are immune to refutation or objections. Not that the mourner has really been guilty of the death or that she has really been careless, as the obsessive reproach asserts; but still there was something in her, a wish of which she herself was unaware, which was not displeased with the fact that death came, and which would have brought it about sooner had it been strong enough. The reproach now reacts against this unconscious wish after the death of the beloved person. Such hostility, hidden in the unconscious behind tender love, exists in almost all cases of intensive emotional allegiance to a particular person, indeed it represents the classic case, the prototype of the ambivalence of human emotions. There is always more or less of this ambivalence in everybody’s disposition; normally it is not strong enough to give rise to the obsessive reproaches we have described. But where there is abundant predisposition for it, it manifests itself in the relation to those we love most, precisely where you would least expect it. The disposition to compulsion neurosis which we have so often taken for comparison with taboo problems, is distinguished by a particularly high degree of this original ambivalence of emotions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
1000:In Europa, intre 1911 si 1913, s-au produs doua miscari disidente ale psihanalizei, miscari inaugurate de persoane care pana atunci jucasera un rol de baza in tanara stiinta: Alfred si C. G. Jung. Aceste miscari pareau foarte periculoase si castigasera repede un mare numar de partizani. Ele nu trebuiau, totusi, prin forta lor, sa fie resimtite ca niste socuri furnizate psihanalizei, chiar daca nu se mai nega materialul faptic, ci permiteau, ceea ce era ademenitor, eliberarea de rezultate. Jung a incercat o transpunere a faptelor analitice intr-un mod abstract, impersonal, fara sa tina cont de istoria individului, modalitate prin care el spera sa indeparteze recunoasterea sexualitatii infantile si a complexului lui Oedip, ca si necesitatea de a analiza copilaria. Adler parea sa se indeparteze si mai mult de psihanaliza, respingand total importanta sexualitatii. Critica a fost ingaduitoare cu cele doua miscari (pentru cei doi «eretici»), eu neputand sa obtin mai mult decat sa-i fac pe Adler si pe Jung sa renunte sa-si numeasca doctrinele «psihanaliza». Se poate astazi constata, la capatul a zece ani, ca cele doua tentative au trecut pe langa psihanaliza fara sa o atinga.
Este suficient sa spun ca in fata celor care m-au parasit ca Jung, Adler, Stekel sau alti cativa, se gaseste un mare numar de cercetatori ca Abraham, Eitingon, Ferenczi, Rank, Jones, Brill, Sachs, pastorul Pfister, van Emden, Reik, care de aproape 15 ani mi-au ramas fideli colaboratori, de majoritatea legandu-ma o prietenie pe care nimic n-a tulburat-o. N-am numit aici decat pe cei mai vechi dintre elevii mei, cei care si-au facut deja un nume in literatura psihanalitica; amintirea altor nume nu implica mai putin respect, si tocmai printre cei tineri si printre cei care au venit la mine mai tarziu se gasesc talente care ne dau mari sperante. Dar trebuie sa spun in avantajul meu ca un om dominat de intoleranta si de aroganta perfectiunii nu s-ar fi putut inconjura de o astfel de legiune de personalitati cu o inteligenta superioara, mai ales cand nu are sa le ofere atractii de ordin practic. ~ Sigmund Freud,
1001:fear of death.” Our study of psychoneurotic disturbances points to a more comprehensive explanation, which includes that of Westermarck. When a wife loses her husband, or a daughter her mother, it not infrequently happens that the survivor is afflicted with tormenting scruples, called ‘obsessive reproaches’ which raises the question whether she herself has not been guilty through carelessness or neglect, of the death of the beloved person. No recalling of the care with which she nursed the invalid, or direct refutation of the asserted guilt can put an end to the torture, which is the pathological expression of mourning and which in time slowly subsides. Psychoanalytic investigation of such cases has made us acquainted with the secret mainsprings of this affliction. We have ascertained that these obsessive reproaches are in a certain sense justified and therefore are immune to refutation or objections. Not that the mourner has really been guilty of the death or that she has really been careless, as the obsessive reproach asserts; but still there was something in her, a wish of which she herself was unaware, which was not displeased with the fact that death came, and which would have brought it about sooner had it been strong enough. The reproach now reacts against this unconscious wish after the death of the beloved person. Such hostility, hidden in the unconscious behind tender love, exists in almost all cases of intensive emotional allegiance to a particular person, indeed it represents the classic case, the prototype of the ambivalence of human emotions. There is always more or less of this ambivalence in everybody’s disposition; normally it is not strong enough to give rise to the obsessive reproaches we have described. But where there is abundant predisposition for it, it manifests itself in the relation to those we love most, precisely where you would least expect it. The disposition to compulsion neurosis which we have so often taken for comparison with taboo problems, is distinguished by a particularly high degree of this original ambivalence of emotions. ~ Sigmund Freud,
1002:Absorbingly articulate and infinitely intelligent . . . There is nothing pop about Kahneman's psychology, no formulaic story arc, no beating you over the head with an artificial, buzzword -encrusted Big Idea. It's just the wisdom that comes from five decades of honest, rigorous scientific work, delivered humbly yet brilliantly, in a way that will forever change the way you think about thinking:' -MARIA POPOVA, The Atlantic "Kahneman's primer adds to recent challenges to economic orthodoxies about rational actors and efficient markets; more than that, it's a lucid, mar- velously readable guide to spotting-and correcting-our biased misunder- standings of the world:' -Publishers Weekly (starred review) "The ramifications of Kahneman's work are wide, extending into education, business, marketing, politics ... and even happiness research. Call his field 'psychonomics: the hidden reasoning behind our choices. Thinking, Fast and Slow is essential reading for anyone with a mind:' -KYLE SMITH,NewYorkPost "A stellar accomplishment, a book for everyone who likes to think and wants to do it better." - E. JAMES LIEBERMAN ,Libraryfournal "Daniel Kahneman demonstrates forcefully in his new book, Thinking, Fast and Slow, how easy it is for humans to swerve away from rationality:' -CHRISTOPHER SHEA , The Washington Post "A tour de force .. . Kahneman's book is a must-read for anyone interested in either human behavior or investing. He clearly shows that while we like to think of ourselves as rational in our decision making, the truth is we are subject to many biases. At least being aware of them will give you a better chance of avoiding them, or at least making fewer of them:' -LARRY SWEDROE, CBS News "Brilliant .. . It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of Daniel Kahne- man's contribution to the understanding of the way we think and choose. He stands among the giants, a weaver of the threads of Charles Darwin, Adam Smith and Sigmund Freud. Arguably the most important psycholo- gist in history, Kahneman has reshaped cognitive psychology, the analysis of rationality and reason, the understanding of risk and the study of hap pi- ness and well-being ... A magisterial work, stunning in its ambition, infused ~ Daniel Kahneman,
1003:Religion has clearly performed great services for human civilization. It has contributed much towards the taming of the asocial instincts. But not enough. It has ruled human society for many thousands of years and has had time to show what it can achieve. If it had succeeded in making the majority of mankind happy, in comforting them, in reconciling them to life and in making them into vehicles of civilization, no one would dream of attempting to alter the existing conditions. But what do we see instead? We see that an appallingly large number of people are dissatisfied with civilization and unhappy in it, and feel it as a yoke which must be shaken off; and that these people either do everything in their power to change that civilization, or else go so far in their hostility to it that they will have nothing to do with civilization or with a restriction of instinct. At this point it will be objected against us that this state of affairs is due to the very fact that religion has lost a part of its influence over human masses precisely because of the deplorable effect of the advances of science. We will note this admission and the reason given for it, and we shall make use of it later for our own purposes; but the objection itself has no force.

It is doubtful whether men were in general happier at a time when religious doctrines held unrestricted sway; more moral they certainly were not. They have always known how to externalize the precepts of religion and thus to nullify their intentions. The priests, whose duty it was to ensure obedience to religion, met them half-way in this. God's kindness must lay a restraining hand on His justice. One sinned, and then one made a sacrifice or did penance and then one was free to sin once more. Russian introspectiveness has reached the pitch of concluding that sin is indispensable for the enjoyment of all the blessings of divine grace, so that, at bottom, sin is pleasing to God. It is no secret that the priests could only keep the masses submissive to religion by making such large concessions as these to the instinctual nature of man. Thus it was agreed: God alone is strong and good, man is weak and sinful. In every age immorality has found no less support in religion than morality has. If the achievements of religion in respect to man’s happiness, susceptibility to culture and moral control are no better than this, the question cannot but arise whether we are not overrating its necessity for mankind, and whether we do wisely in basing our cultural demands upon it. ~ Sigmund Freud,
1004:Had she been able to listen to her body, the true Virginia would certainly have spoken up. In order to do so, however, she needed someone to say to her: “Open your eyes! They didn’t protect you when you were in danger of losing your health and your mind, and now they refuse to see what has been done to you. How can you love them so much after all that?” No one offered that kind of support. Nor can anyone stand up to that kind of abuse alone, not even Virginia Woolf. Malcolm Ingram, the noted lecturer in psychological medicine, believed that Woolf’s “mental illness” had nothing to do with her childhood experiences, and her illness was genetically inherited from her family. Here is his opinion as quoted on the Virginia Woolf Web site: As a child she was sexually abused, but the extent and duration is difficult to establish. At worst she may have been sexually harassed and abused from the age of twelve to twenty-one by her [half-]brother George Duckworth, [fourteen] years her senior, and sexually exploited as early as six by her other [half-] brother… It is unlikely that the sexual abuse and her manic-depressive illness are related. However tempting it may be to relate the two, it must be more likely that, whatever her upbringing, her family history and genetic makeup were the determining factors in her mood swings rather than her unhappy childhood [italics added]. More relevant in her childhood experience is the long history of bereavements that punctuated her adolescence and precipitated her first depressions.3 Ingram’s text goes against my own interpretation and ignores a large volume of literature that deals with trauma and the effects of childhood abuse. Here we see how people minimize the importance of information that might cause pain or discomfort—such as childhood abuse—and blame psychiatric disorders on family history instead. Woolf must have felt keen frustration when seemingly intelligent and well-educated people attributed her condition to her mental history, denying the effects of significant childhood experiences. In the eyes of many she remained a woman possessed by “madness.” Nevertheless, the key to her condition lay tantalizingly close to the surface, so easily attainable, and yet neglected. I think that Woolf’s suicide could have been prevented if she had had an enlightened witness with whom she could have shared her feelings about the horrors inflicted on her at such an early age. But there was no one to turn to, and she considered Freud to be the expert on psychic disorders. Here she made a tragic mistake. His writings cast her into a state of severe uncertainty, and she preferred to despair of her own self rather than doubt the great father figure Sigmund Freud, who represented, as did her family, the system of values upheld by society, especially at the time.   UNFORTUNATELY, ~ Alice Miller,
1005:And the ladies dressed in red for my pain and with my pain latched onto my breath, clinging like the fetuses of scorpions in the deepest crook of my neck, the mothers in red who sucked out the last bit of heat that my barely beating heart could give me — I always had to learn on my own the steps you take to drink and eat and breathe, I was never taught to cry and now will never learn to do this, least of all from the great ladies latched onto the lining of my breath with reddish spit and floating veils of blood, my blood, mine alone, which I drew myself and which they drink from now after murdering the king whose body is listing in the river and who moves his eyes and smiles, though he’s dead and when you’re dead, you’re dead, for all the smiling you do, and the great ladies, the tragic ladies in red have murdered the one who is floating down the river and I stay behind like a hostage in their eternal custody.

I want to die to the letter of the law of the commonplace, where we are assured that dying is the same as dreaming. The light, the forbidden wine, the vertigo. Who is it you write for? The ruins of an abandoned temple. If only celebration were possible. A mournful vision, splintered, of a garden of broken statues.

Numb time, time like a glove upon a drum. The three who compete in me remain on a shifting point and we neither are nor is. My eyes used to find rest in humiliated, forsaken things. Nowadays I see with them; I’ve seen and approved of nothing.

Seated at the bottom of a lake. She has lost her shadow, but not the desire to be, to lose. She is alone with her images. Dressed in red, and unseeing. Who has reached this place that no one ever reaches? The lord of those dead who are dressed in red. The man who is masked in a faceless face. The one who came for her takes her without him. Dressed in black, and seeing. The one who didn’t know how to die of love and so couldn’t learn a thing. She is sad because she is not there.

There are words with hands; barely written, they search my heart. There are words condemned like the lilac in a tempest. There are words resembling some among the dead, and from these I prefer the ones that evoke the doll of some unhappy girl.

Ward 18
when I think of occupational therapy I think of poking out my eyes in a house in ruin then eating them while thinking of all my years of continuous writing,
15 or 20 hours writing without a break, whetted by the demon of analogies, trying to configure my terrible wandering verbal matter, because — oh dear old Sigmund Freud — psychoanalytic science forgot its key somewhere:
to open it opens but how to close the wound?

for other imponderables lovelier than the smile of the Virgin of the Rocks

the shadows strike blows
the black shadows
of the dead
nothing but blows
and there were cries
nothing but blows ~ Alejandra Pizarnik,
1006:reading :::
   50 Psychology Classics: List of Books Covered:
   Alfred Adler - Understanding Human Nature (1927)
   Gordon Allport - The Nature of Prejudice (1954)
   Albert Bandura - Self-Efficacy: The Exercise of Control (1997)
   Gavin Becker - The Gift of Fear (1997)
   Eric Berne - Games People Play (1964)
   Isabel Briggs Myers - Gifts Differing: Understanding Personality Type (1980)
   Louann Brizendine - The Female Brain (2006)
   David D Burns - Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy (1980)
   Susan Cain - Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking (2012)
   Robert Cialdini - Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion (1984)
   Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi - Creativity (1997)
   Carol Dweck - Mindset: The New Psychology of Success (2006)
   Albert Ellis & Robert Harper - (1961) A Guide To Rational Living(1961)
   Milton Erickson - My Voice Will Go With You (1982) by Sidney Rosen
   Eric Erikson - Young Man Luther (1958)
   Hans Eysenck - Dimensions of Personality (1947)
   Viktor Frankl - The Will to Meaning (1969)
   Anna Freud - The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense (1936)
   Sigmund Freud - The Interpretation of Dreams (1901)
   Howard Gardner - Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences (1983)
   Daniel Gilbert - Stumbling on Happiness (2006)
   Malcolm Gladwell - Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (2005)
   Daniel Goleman - Emotional Intelligence at Work (1998)
   John M Gottman - The Seven Principles For Making Marriage Work (1999)
   Temple Grandin - The Autistic Brain: Helping Different Kinds of Minds Succeed (2013)
   Harry Harlow - The Nature of Love (1958)
   Thomas A Harris - I'm OK - You're OK (1967)
   Eric Hoffer - The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements (1951)
   Karen Horney - Our Inner Conflicts (1945)
   William James - Principles of Psychology (1890)
   Carl Jung - The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (1953)
   Daniel Kahneman - Thinking, Fast and Slow (2011)
   Alfred Kinsey - Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953)
   RD Laing - The Divided Self (1959)
   Abraham Maslow - The Farther Reaches of Human Nature (1970)
   Stanley Milgram - Obedience To Authority (1974)
   Walter Mischel - The Marshmallow Test (2014)
   Leonard Mlodinow - Subliminal: How Your Unconscious Mind Rules Your Behavior (2012)
   IP Pavlov - Conditioned Reflexes (1927)
   Fritz Perls - Gestalt Therapy: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality (1951)
   Jean Piaget - The Language and Thought of the Child (1966)
   Steven Pinker - The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature (2002)
   VS Ramachandran - Phantoms in the Brain (1998)
   Carl Rogers - On Becoming a Person (1961)
   Oliver Sacks - The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (1970)
   Barry Schwartz - The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less (2004)
   Martin Seligman - Authentic Happiness (2002)
   BF Skinner - Beyond Freedom & Dignity (1953)
   Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton & Sheila Heen - Difficult Conversations (2000)
   William Styron - Darkness Visible (1990)
   ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Psychology Classics,
1007:76. David Hume – Treatise on Human Nature; Essays Moral and Political; An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
77. Jean-Jacques Rousseau – On the Origin of Inequality; On the Political Economy; Emile – or, On Education, The Social Contract
78. Laurence Sterne – Tristram Shandy; A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy
79. Adam Smith – The Theory of Moral Sentiments; The Wealth of Nations
80. Immanuel Kant – Critique of Pure Reason; Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals; Critique of Practical Reason; The Science of Right; Critique of Judgment; Perpetual Peace
81. Edward Gibbon – The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire; Autobiography
82. James Boswell – Journal; Life of Samuel Johnson, Ll.D.
83. Antoine Laurent Lavoisier – Traité Élémentaire de Chimie (Elements of Chemistry)
84. Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison – Federalist Papers
85. Jeremy Bentham – Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation; Theory of Fictions
86. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – Faust; Poetry and Truth
87. Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier – Analytical Theory of Heat
88. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel – Phenomenology of Spirit; Philosophy of Right; Lectures on the Philosophy of History
89. William Wordsworth – Poems
90. Samuel Taylor Coleridge – Poems; Biographia Literaria
91. Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice; Emma
92. Carl von Clausewitz – On War
93. Stendhal – The Red and the Black; The Charterhouse of Parma; On Love
94. Lord Byron – Don Juan
95. Arthur Schopenhauer – Studies in Pessimism
96. Michael Faraday – Chemical History of a Candle; Experimental Researches in Electricity
97. Charles Lyell – Principles of Geology
98. Auguste Comte – The Positive Philosophy
99. Honoré de Balzac – Père Goriot; Eugenie Grandet
100. Ralph Waldo Emerson – Representative Men; Essays; Journal
101. Nathaniel Hawthorne – The Scarlet Letter
102. Alexis de Tocqueville – Democracy in America
103. John Stuart Mill – A System of Logic; On Liberty; Representative Government; Utilitarianism; The Subjection of Women; Autobiography
104. Charles Darwin – The Origin of Species; The Descent of Man; Autobiography
105. Charles Dickens – Pickwick Papers; David Copperfield; Hard Times
106. Claude Bernard – Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine
107. Henry David Thoreau – Civil Disobedience; Walden
108. Karl Marx – Capital; Communist Manifesto
109. George Eliot – Adam Bede; Middlemarch
110. Herman Melville – Moby-Dick; Billy Budd
111. Fyodor Dostoevsky – Crime and Punishment; The Idiot; The Brothers Karamazov
112. Gustave Flaubert – Madame Bovary; Three Stories
113. Henrik Ibsen – Plays
114. Leo Tolstoy – War and Peace; Anna Karenina; What is Art?; Twenty-Three Tales
115. Mark Twain – The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; The Mysterious Stranger
116. William James – The Principles of Psychology; The Varieties of Religious Experience; Pragmatism; Essays in Radical Empiricism
117. Henry James – The American; The Ambassadors
118. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche – Thus Spoke Zarathustra; Beyond Good and Evil; The Genealogy of Morals;The Will to Power
119. Jules Henri Poincaré – Science and Hypothesis; Science and Method
120. Sigmund Freud – The Interpretation of Dreams; Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis; Civilization and Its Discontents; New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis
121. George Bernard Shaw – Plays and Prefaces ~ Mortimer J Adler,

IN CHAPTERS [5/5]



   2 Occultism
   1 Psychology


   2 Carl Jung




1.05 - Adam Kadmon, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  " Id " of Sigmund Freud), is that element of desire or emo- tion which can either be dominated entirely by Nephesch or controlled by Neschamah.
  We have already considered the reasoning faculty of the

1.15 - Index, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  In Memory of Sigmund Freud (1939)
  Richard Wilhelm: In Memoriam (1930)

3.00 - Introduction, #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  1. Professor Sigmund Freud and his school have, in recent years, discovered a
  part of this body of Truth, which has been taught for many centuries in the

6.0 - Conscious, Unconscious, and Individuation, #The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  In Memory of Sigmund Freud (1939)
  Richard Wilhelm: In Memoriam (1930)

The Act of Creation text, #The Act of Creation, #Arthur Koestler, #Psychology
  Jones, E., Sigmund Freud (3 vols.). London: Hogarth Press, 1953-7.
  Jones, E., in B. Med. J., 4, 8, 1956.

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1. Freud, Sigmund Freud ::: (Austrian neurologist who originated psychoanalysis (1856-1939))


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   INSTANCE OF=> neurologist, brain doctor
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                       => entity
   INSTANCE OF=> analyst, psychoanalyst
     => psychiatrist, head-shrinker, shrink
       => specialist, medical specialist
         => doctor, doc, physician, MD, Dr., medico
           => medical practitioner, medical man
             => health professional, primary care provider, PCP, health care provider, caregiver
               => professional, professional person
                 => adult, grownup
                   => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
                     => organism, being
                       => living thing, animate thing
                         => whole, unit
                           => object, physical object
                             => physical entity
                               => entity
                     => causal agent, cause, causal agency
                       => physical entity
                         => entity


--- Hyponyms of noun sigmund_freud
                                    


--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun sigmund_freud

1 sense of sigmund freud                        

Sense 1
Freud, Sigmund Freud
   INSTANCE OF=> neurologist, brain doctor
   INSTANCE OF=> analyst, psychoanalyst




--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun sigmund_freud

1 sense of sigmund freud                        

Sense 1
Freud, Sigmund Freud
  -> neurologist, brain doctor
   HAS INSTANCE=> Charcot, Jean Martin Charcot
   HAS INSTANCE=> Cushing, Harvey Cushing, Harvery Williams Cushing
   HAS INSTANCE=> Freud, Sigmund Freud
   HAS INSTANCE=> Krafft-Ebing, Richard von Krafft-Ebing, Baron Richard von Krafft-Ebing
   HAS INSTANCE=> Tourette, Gilles de la Tourette, Georges Gilles de la Tourette
   HAS INSTANCE=> Wernicke, Karl Wernicke
   HAS INSTANCE=> Willis, Thomas Willis
  -> analyst, psychoanalyst
   HAS INSTANCE=> Freud, Sigmund Freud
   HAS INSTANCE=> Klein, Melanie Klein
   HAS INSTANCE=> Reich, Wilhelm Reich




--- Grep of noun sigmund_freud
sigmund freud



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Freakazoid! (1995 - 1997) - Dexter Douglas recives the Pinnacle chip as a gift. While away from his computer after installing the chip, his cat walks across his keyboard, entering in a code that if followed by hitting the delete key will suck in and transform the user, creating Freakazoid, a bumbling blue-skinned super hero we...
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990 - 1996) - A wealthy family living in Bel-Air, California, receives a dubious gift from their poorer relations in Philadelphia when Grammy Award-winner Will Smith arrives as The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air. His mother wants him to learn some good old-fashioned values from his successful relatives. But Will shatter...
Head of the Class (1986 - 1991) - A group of gifted high-school students are placed together into an "enrichment" class. Although brilliant, they have much to learn about each other and themselves.
The NFL Today (1961 - Current) - The program began on September 17, 1961 on CBS entitled: "Pro Football Kickoff." On September 13, 1964, Frank Gifford began hosting the renamed "NFL Report," and later that year, it renamed the title: "The NFL Today." The NFL Today went off the air on CBS in 1993, when FOX bought out the NFC TV pa...
Denkou Choujin Gridman (1993 - 1993) - Three friends, Naoto, Yuuka, and Ippei have put together their own Personal Computer. The same day that the trio makes this computer, their classmate Takeshi Todo, a lonely rich boy who loves playing monster-creating PC Games, is met by the evil Kahn Digifer, a psychotic being living within the "Com...
Clifford the Big Red Dog (2000 - 2003) - Based on the children's books of the same name. A young city girl named Emily Elizabeth is able to adopt a neighbor's puppy as a birthday gift. In the end she chooses the runt of the litter, a small red dog she names Clifford. Despite nobody expecting him to grow, Emily's love soon makes Clifford gr...
The Pretender (1996 - 2000) - Jarod, a boy genius with a special gift for pretending, was kidnapped and held prisoner by a corporation that used him as a human simulator in their clandestine research. Escaping from The Centre more than 30 years later, Jarod now searches for clues to his true identity and family. He also uses his...
A.N.T. Farm (2011 - 2014) - Disney Channel original sitcom about prodigies in a gifted program called The A.N.T. (Advanced Natural Talents) Program at their local high school in San Francisco.
Gift: Eternal Rainbow (2006 - Current) - The game premiered as the second best-selling PC game sold in Japan for the time of its release, and charted in the national top 50 three more times afterwards. A set of five drama CDs, one for each heroine, was released by Lantis between September 2005 and February 2006. There have been six light n...
.hack//Sign (2002 - 2003) - an anime television series directed by Kichi Mashimo and produced by studio Bee Train and Bandai Visual, that makes up one of the four original storylines of the .hack franchise. Twenty-six original episodes aired in 2002 on TV and three additional bonus episodes (Intermezzo, Unison, and Gift) were...
Go, Diego, Go! (2005 - 2011) - an American animated educational interactive children's television series that premiered on Nickelodeon on Tuesday, September 6, 2005 in the United States and produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio. Created and executive produced by Chris Gifford and Valerie Walsh, the series is a spin-off of Dora...
TGIF (1989 - 2005) - TGIF was a Friday night block of sitcoms on ABC. The block was designed by ABC as a family-friendly alternative to other channels. ABC was known for featuring family-friendly Friday night programming since the 1950s. When Jim Janicek became president of ABC, he envisioned a new programming block to...
Ultimate Book of Spells (2001 - 2002) - Cassy, Verne & Gus are three gifted students who go to an enchanted school where they learn about magic and how to use it. One day they receive a strange talking book in the mail. The book says his name is UBOS (Ultimate Book of Spells) and together they must journey to the center of the Earth to st...
Live! (1983 - Current) - Syndicated morning talk show that has aired since 1983. With roots in A.M. Los Angeles and A.M. New York, Live began as "The Morning Show", hosted by Regis Philbin and Cyndy Garvey; the show rose to national prominence as "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee", when Philbin was joined by Kathie Lee Giffor...
The Indian in the Cupboard(1995) - On his birthday, a young boy receives two gifts. One is a small plastic toy of an Indian man, and the other is a cupboard. But when these two items meet, something amazing happens.
Generation X(1996) - Students at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters battle a mad scientist (Matt Frewer), who's discovered a way to travel into other people's dreams, in this made-for-TV spin-off of the popular X-Men comics. The film served as the pilot for a TV series, but it debuted before the late '90s superhero...
A Garfield Christmas Special(1987) - Garfield, Jon, and Odie go to Jon's family's farm for Christmas, where Garfield finds a gift for Grandma and learns the true meaning of Christmas. Filled with wonderful holiday music, this is sure to brighten your holiday!
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown(1966) - Linus seems to be the only one who believes in the magic of a Great Pumkin who chooses the most sincere pumpkin patch in the world to rise out of and spread gifts to good little boys and girls all over the world. To all the other kids, Linus is out of his "gord". But that doesn't deter Linus. Linus...
Blade(1998) - When Blade's mother was bitten by a vampire during pregnancy, she did not know that she gave her son a special gift while dying: All the good vampire attributes in combination with the best human skills. Blade and his mentor Whistler battle an evil vampire rebel (Deacon Frost) who plans to take over...
The Toy(1982) - On one of his bratty son Eric's annual visits, the plutocrat U.S. Bates takes him to his department store and offers him anything in it as a gift. Eric chooses a black janitor who has made him laugh with his antics. At first the man suffers many indignities as Eric's "toy", but gradually teaches the...
Coal Miner's Daughter(1980) - At only thirteen years of age, Loretta Webb marries Doolittle Lynn and is soon responsible for a sizeable family. Loretta appears destined to a life of homemaking, but Doolittle recognises his wife's musical talent, and buys her a guitar as an anniversary present one year. This gift sets Loretta Lyn...
Paulie(1998) - Paulie, an intelligent parrot who actually talks, relates the story of his struggle to a Russian immigrant who works as a janitor at the research institute where he is housed and neglected. Paulie's story begins many years earlier when he is given as a gift to a little girl who stutters. Eventually,...
The Elm Chanted Forest(1986) - An evil force is out to destroy the forest--somebody's got to help save the animals. And Peter Palette is just the one to do it. "Elm-chanted" by a magical tree, Peter is now gifted with the ability to talk to the animals. When he learns of the evil plot by Cactus King to turn the forest into a dese...
The Christmas Toy(1986) - When the toys in a playroom accidentally liberate a Christmas gift, Meteora, Queen of the Asteroids, from her festive wrappings, she threatens to expose their secret--that the toys walk, talk, and play when no humans are around. Their only hope is to get her back into the box before Christmas mornin...
A Disney Christmas Gift(1982) - A holiday salute beginning and ending at Disneyland, with animated segments. Old Christmas cards and toys from the Walt Disney Archives are used as connecting footage.
The Gods Must Be Crazy(1981) - Set in the beautiful Kalahari Desert of Botswana Africa,A native named XI,A group of inept terrorist ,A clumsy biologist named Andrew,and A beautiful news reporter,turned teacher,named Kate,share A hilarious Adventure.The movie begins with Xi,finds A coke bottle,believing it to be A gift from the go...
Cannon Movie Tales: Puss In Boots(1988) - A cat belonging to a poor miller's son thinks up a great plan for bringing a title, wealth, and marriage for his owner. He begins to carry it out, using a few birds and rabbits as gifts for the king, his own wit, and a pair of boots that make him appear human when he puts them on. However, his owner...
Jekyll and Hyde...Together Again(1982) - The mild-mannered Dr. Daniel Jekyll is, without a doubt, brilliant and on the right track with his life. He is the most gifted surgeon at Our Lady of Pain and Suffering, well-respected by his peers, and is engaged to Mary Carew, the lovely daughter of the hospital administrator. And to top it off...
Little Man Tate(1991) - The story of the intellectually-gifted eight-year-old Fred Tate, his mother Dede and the director of a program for gifted children, Dr Jane Grierson. It explores the tension between Fred's emotional and intellectual needs and between his mother and D
Thinner(1996) - The plot of Thinner concerns massively overweight lawyer Billy Halleck (Robert John Burke), who is receiving an oral gift from his wife (Lucinda Jenney) while driving down the street one night, when he becomes so carried away that he runs over an old Gypsy woman (Irma St. Paule), killing her. Nobody...
All I Want for Christmas(1991) - In New York City, siblings Ethan and Hallie O'Fallon launch a hilarious scheme to get what they most want for Christmas involving their parents, Catherine and Michael, and grandmother, Lillian. When Hallie meets Santa Claus, she asks for an unusual gift: her parents back together again.
Ghost In The Machine(1993) - A serial killer is tranformed into a computer virus out to destroy more than your hard drive in this sci-fi thriller. Terry Munroe (Karen Allen), a single mother, is looking for a gift for her boss and visits a computer store, where one of the employees demonstrates a hand-held scanner than can tran...
Wilder Napalm(1993) - After a childhood spat drove brothers Wilder (Arliss Howard) and Wallace (Dennis Quaid) apart, they went their separate ways, until a chance meeting brought them back together again. Gifted with a psychic ability to spark fires, Wallace supresses his gift, marries the lovely Vida (Debra Winger), and...
Boomerang(1992) - Advertising executive Marcus Graham (Eddie Murphy) is gifted at both business and pleasure, the pleasure being one of the biggest players in the city. His new boss Jacqueline Broyer (Robin Givens) is the exact same way, and in his efforts to romance her, he gets the treatment he's given out for many...
Dreamscape(1984) - Alex Gardner is a down on his luck psychic whogambles . After a run in with a gangster named Sneed,Gardner joins his former mentor Dr. Paul Novotny for a university project:a way to project the minds of certain individuals into the dreams of others.He uses this gift to help those troubled by disturb...
Where the Red Fern Grows: Part 2 (1992)(1900) - Billy has returned home from World War II, embittered about the killing he saw and losing a leg. Grandpa had anticipated his state of mind and has a gift waiting for Billy: a pair of redbone hound puppies. Billy must now confront life all over again.
Father Christmas(1991) - After a hard night's work, Father Christmas decides to go on a "blooming vacation", builds his sledge into a caravan and holidays in France, Scotland and Las Vegas before coming home and settling down, with a bit of grumbling, to answer the mail, get the gifts ready, deliver them and get to the Snow...
Sweet and Lowdown(1999) - Woody Allen immerses himself in the world of vintage jazz in this period mock-biography of a musician gifted in his art but a sad student in life. Emmet Ray (Sean Penn) is a 1930s jazz guitarist considered one of the finest musicians ever to touch a fretboard, second only to the legendary Django Rei...
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The Other(1972) - Chilling and eerie, this supernatural tale of good versus evil coils around twin brothers living with their grandmother in a sleepy rural area during the summer of 1935. After his grandmother encourages Niles to develop what seem to be psychic gifts, Niles starts to suspect that his twin may be invo...
Christmas in New York(2005) - In the middle of the forest in the Jungle, a stray poodle named Winner that likes to play ball, along with Fox who is a stray Labrador Retriever from New York and Ari a magical boy brought into the forest for protection from the forces of evil have vague memories of a decorated tree and the gift...
Jingle Bells(1999) - As told by one of Santas merriest elves Jingles, this animated tale opens on a small farm where Beth, Tommy and their parents are all worried about finding the money to buy each other gifts. But when their Dad sells the one thing they care about most in order to give the kids store-bought presents,...
Crazy/Beautiful(2001) - The Romeo and Juliet story has been modernized to a high school setting previously, but this romance from director John Stockwell turns the tale inside out. Jay Hernandez stars as Carlos Nunez, a poor but athletically gifted Latino teenager who endures a two-hour bus ride every day from East L.A. to...
Stick It(2006) - A cocky teenager learns some important lessons about playing by her own rules in this comedy drama. Haley Graham is a gifted 17-year-old gymnast with a strong rebellious streak -- strong enough that she walked away from her teammates on the eve of a major international tournament because she'd had e...
Eleanor's Secret(2009) - Nathaniel, aged 7, goes to spend the summer holidays in the seaside villa that belonged to his old aunt Eleanor. Nathaniels parents inherited the villa and Nathaniel also received a gift in his aunts will: a whole library of old books. The inheritance doesnt much interest him until he discovers t...
Fred Claus(2007) - In middle age Europe, a mother gives birth to a baby named Nicholas who begins by saying "Ho ho ho". Her first child, Fredrick becomes annoyed at the new child, more so one Christmas when he decides to give all of his gifts to an orphanage. His years of good deeds made Nicholas a saint, causing him...
Ratatouille(2007) - Remy is a rat with a highly-gifted sense of taste and smell. He wants to become a chef like his idol, the recently deceased chef of a five-star french restaurant. Remy's large family objects because a rat would be feared upon as a common pest in the human world. He soon winds up separated from his c...
Georgia(1995) - This is the story of two sisters -- one talented and the other passionate -- and the rivalry that binds them together. Georgia is a gifted, well-adjusted and successful folk singer who is also happily married with children. Her younger sister Sadie is a punk rocking rebel who aspires to stardom but...
Billy Two Hats(1974) - When someone gets killed during a bank robbery by Deans, half-breed Billy Two Hats and their partner, the robbers flee. Sheriff Gifford tracks the robbers, killing one of them and capturing Billy. Deans escapes, but during a successful plot to free Billy from the Sheriff, Deans is shot, leaving him...
The Ultimate Gift(2007) - The Ultimate Gift is an American film based on the best selling novel by Jim Stovall released on March 9, 2007 in 816 theaters in the USA. When his rich granddad, Howard "Red" Stevens (portrayed by James Garner) died, Jason (Drew Fuller) thought he was going to inherit a piece of the old man's multi...
It's A Wonderful Life(1946) - It's a Wonderful Life is a 1946 American Christmas drama film produced and directed by Frank Capra, based on the short story "The Greatest Gift", which Philip Van Doren Stern wrote in 1939 and privately published in 1945. The film is considered one of the most loved films in American cinema and has...
The History Boys(2006) - An unruly class of gifted and charming teenage boys are taught by two eccentric and innovative teachers, as their headmaster pushes for them all to get accepted into Oxford or Cambridge.
Dennis the Menace Strikes Again(1998) - Five years after the events of the previous film Dennis Mitchell is finally back, and worse than ever. At the beginning of the movie, he goes over to Mr. Wilson's house to offer him one of several gifts for his birthday. These include lizards, snakes, bugs, and other creatures. This ordeal ends with...
The Three Caballeros(1944) - One of Disney's World War II Era "package films". The film is plotted as a series of self-contained segments, strung together by the device of Donald Duck opening birthday gifts from his Latin American friends. Several Latin American stars of the period appear, including singers Aurora Miranda (sist...
National Velvet(1944) - A jaded former jockey helps a young girl prepare a wild but gifted horse for England's Grand National Sweepstakes.
The Gift (2000)(2000) - A woman with extrasensory perception is asked to help find a young woman who has disappeared.
JJBA: Diamond is Unbreakable Chapter 1(2017) - A teen gifted with supernatural power discovers the truth behind his cursed and bizarre bloodline, and the evil that lurks within hi
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms(2018) - A young girl is gifted a locketed egg from her deceased mother but the key to open to egg is in a magical land and she must go on a journey to retrieve it. Based on the tale "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King" with musical sequences based on Tchaikovsky's ballet.
A Merry Friggin' Christmas(2014) - Boyd Mitchler and his family must spend Christmas with his estranged family of misfits. Upon realizing that he left all his son's gifts at home, he hits the road with his dad in an attempt to make the 8-hour round trip before sunrise.
Pink Panther in "Pink at First Sight"(1981) - It is Valentine's Day and the Pink Panther is lonely and has no money except for seven cents. After receiving another person's Valentine gift package by mistake, he goes to the messenger service for a job but messes his rehearsal up. He then goes to a store, buys a cassette player and pre-recorded c...
Paddington 2(2017) - Paddington tries to get a present for his aunt's birthday, but when the gift is stolen he is arrested and imprisoned for the theft, and his family have to find the real culprit and prove Paddington's innocence.
Mr. Peabody & Sherman(2014) - Mr. Peabody is a gifted anthropomorphic dog who lives in a penthouse in New York City and raises his adopted human son, 7-year-old Sherman, and tutors him traveling throughout history using the WABAC, pronounced "way back", a time machine. They visit Marie Antoinette in Versailles during the French...
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12 Gifts of Christmas (2015) ::: 6.5/10 -- TV-G | 1h 23min | Comedy, Romance | TV Movie 26 November 2015 -- With two more weeks until Christmas, a busy business man, Marc Rehnquist, hires a struggling artist, Anna Parisi, to help him pick out gifts for his friends and family. Director: Peter Sullivan Writers:
A Christmas Story (1983) ::: 7.9/10 -- PG | 1h 33min | Comedy, Family | 18 November 1983 (USA) -- In the 1940s, a young boy named Ralphie attempts to convince his parents, his teacher and Santa that a Red Ryder BB gun really is the perfect Christmas gift. Director: Bob Clark Writers:
A Gifted Man -- 45min | Drama, Fantasy | TV Series (20112012) ::: Centers on an ultra-competitive surgeon whose life is changed forever when his ex-wife dies and begins teaching him what life is all about from the here-after. Creator:
Ali's Wedding (2017) ::: 6.9/10 -- TV-MA | 1h 50min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 8 June 2018 (USA) -- After telling a white lie which spirals out of control, a neurotic, naive, musically gifted Muslim cleric's eldest son must follow through with an arranged marriage, even though he's madly in love with an Australian born-Lebanese girl. Director: Jeffrey Walker Writers:
All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989) ::: 6.8/10 -- G | 1h 24min | Animation, Comedy, Drama | 17 November 1989 (USA) -- A canine angel, Charlie, sneaks back to earth from heaven but ends up befriending an orphan girl who can speak to animals. In the process, Charlie learns that friendship is the most heavenly gift of all. Directors: Don Bluth, Gary Goldman (co-director) | 1 more credit Writers: Don Bluth (story by), Ken Cromar (story by) | 9 more credits Stars:
August Rush (2007) ::: 7.5/10 -- PG | 1h 54min | Drama, Music | 21 November 2007 (USA) -- An orphaned musical prodigy uses his gift to try to find his birth parents. Director: Kirsten Sheridan Writers: Nick Castle (screenplay), James V. Hart (screenplay) | 2 more credits
Believe ::: TV-14 | 43min | Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | TV Series (2014) -- A relationship forms between a gifted young girl and a man sprung from prison who has been tasked with protecting her from the evil elements that hunt her power. Creators:
Brewster's Millions (1985) ::: 6.6/10 -- PG | 1h 42min | Comedy | 22 May 1985 (USA) -- A minor league baseball player has to spend $30 million in thirty days, in order to inherit $300 million. However, he's not allowed to own any assets, destroy the money, gift it, give it to charity or tell anyone about the deal. Director: Walter Hill Writers:
Charlie St. Cloud (2010) ::: 6.4/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 39min | Drama, Fantasy, Romance | 30 July 2010 (USA) -- Charlie's brother, Sam, dies in a car crash that Charlie survives. Charlie is given the gift of seeing his dead brother and others who he has lost such as his friend who died in the military, but when the girl he falls in love with's life is at risk, he must choose between his girlfriend and his brother. Director: Burr Steers
Cracker ::: TV-MA | 1h 40min | Crime, Drama, Mystery | TV Series (19931996) -- Dr Edward "Fitz" Fitzgerald is a criminal psychologist. He is rather anti-social and obnoxious but he has a gift for solving crimes. Thus he is employed as a consultant by the Manchester Police. Creator:
Fame (1980) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 2h 14min | Drama, Music, Musical | 16 May 1980 (USA) -- A chronicle of the lives of several teenagers who attend a New York high school for students gifted in the performing arts. Director: Alan Parker Writer: Christopher Gore
Front of the Class (2008) ::: 8.1/10 -- PG | 1h 35min | Drama | TV Movie 7 December 2008 -- Brad Cohen who, despite being challenged by Tourette's Syndrome at a very young age, defies all odds to become a gifted teacher. Director: Peter Werner Writers: Thomas Rickman (as Tom Rickman), Brad Cohen (book) | 1 more credit
Gifted (2017) ::: 7.6/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 41min | Drama | 12 April 2017 (USA) -- Frank, a single man raising his child prodigy niece Mary, is drawn into a custody battle with his mother. Director: Marc Webb Writer: Tom Flynn
Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story (2009) ::: 7.7/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 26min | Biography, Drama | TV Movie 7 February 2009 -- Biography of Ben Carson who grew up to be Dr. Ben Carson, a world famous neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins. Director: Thomas Carter Writer: John Pielmeier Stars:
Good Will Hunting (1997) ::: 8.3/10 -- R | 2h 6min | Drama, Romance | 9 January 1998 (USA) -- Will Hunting, a janitor at M.I.T., has a gift for mathematics, but needs help from a psychologist to find direction in his life. Director: Gus Van Sant Writers: Matt Damon, Ben Affleck
Holiday Affair (1949) ::: 7.2/10 -- Approved | 1h 27min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 24 December 1949 (USA) -- A young widow is torn between a boring attorney and a romantic ne'er-do-well. Director: Don Hartman Writers: Isobel Lennart (screenplay), John D. Weaver (story "Christmas Gift")
Instinct ::: TV-14 | 1h | Crime, Drama, Mystery | TV Series (20182019) -- A former CIA operative (Cumming), who has since built a "normal" life as a gifted professor and writer, is pulled back into his old life when the NYPD needs his help to stop a serial killer on the loose. Creator:
Inuyashiki ::: Not Rated | 24min | Animation, Action, Drama | TV Mini-Series (2017) Episode Guide 11 episodes Inuyashiki Poster An middle-aged office worker encounters aliens and is gifted with alien technology and limitless powers. Stars: Fumiyo Kohinata, Nijir Murakami, Kanata Hong
It's a Gift (1934) ::: 7.2/10 -- Passed | 1h 8min | Comedy | 30 November 1934 (USA) -- A henpecked New Jersey grocer makes plans to move to California to grow oranges, despite the resistance of his overbearing wife. Director: Norman Z. McLeod (as Norman McLeod) Writers: Jack Cunningham (screen play), J.P. McEvoy (from "The Comic Supplement" by) | 1 more credit Stars:
Klaus (2019) ::: 8.2/10 -- PG | 1h 36min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | 15 November 2019 (USA) -- A simple act of kindness always sparks another, even in a frozen, faraway place. When Smeerensburg's new postman, Jesper, befriends toymaker Klaus, their gifts melt an age-old feud and deliver a sleigh full of holiday traditions. Directors: Sergio Pablos, Carlos Martnez Lpez (co-director) Writers:
Little Man Tate (1991) ::: 6.6/10 -- PG | 1h 39min | Drama | 1 November 1991 (USA) -- A single mother raises a child prodigy on her own, struggling to give him every opportunity he needs to express his gift. Director: Jodie Foster Writer: Scott Frank
Lost Highway (1997) ::: 7.6/10 -- R | 2h 14min | Mystery, Thriller | 27 February 1997 (Canada) -- Anonymous videotapes presage a musician's murder conviction, and a gangster's girlfriend leads a mechanic astray. Director: David Lynch Writers: David Lynch, Barry Gifford
Mad Detective (2007) ::: 7.2/10 -- San taam (original title) -- Kong) Mad Detective Poster -- A rookie cop teams up with a former detective with a supernatural gift to hunt down a serial killer. Directors: Johnnie To, Ka-Fai Wai (as Wai Ka Fai) Writers:
Mad Love (1935) ::: 7.3/10 -- Passed | 1h 8min | Horror, Romance, Sci-Fi | 12 July 1935 (USA) -- In Paris, a demented surgeon's obsession with a British actress leads him to secretly replace her concert pianist husband's mangled hands with those of a guillotined murderer with a gift for knife-throwing. Director: Karl Freund Writers:
Malcolm in the Middle ::: TV-PG | 22min | Comedy, Family | TV Series (20002006) -- A gifted young teen tries to survive life with his dimwitted, dysfunctional family. Creators: Linwood Boomer, Michael Glouberman, Gary Murphy | 1 more credit
Malcolm in the Middle ::: TV-PG | 22min | Comedy, Family | TV Series (2000-2006) Episode Guide 151 episodes Malcolm in the Middle Poster -- A gifted young teen tries to survive life with his dimwitted, dysfunctional family. Creators: Linwood Boomer, Michael Glouberman, Gary Murphy | 1 more credit
Matilda (1996) ::: 6.9/10 -- PG | 1h 42min | Comedy, Family, Fantasy | 2 August 1996 (USA) -- This film adaptation of a Roald Dahl work tells the story of Matilda Wormwood, a gifted girl forced to put up with a crude, distant father and mother. Director: Danny DeVito Writers:
Medium ::: TV-14 | 1h | Crime, Drama, Fantasy | TV Series (20052011) -- Suburban mom Allison DuBois attempts to balance family life with solving mysteries using her special gift. The dead send her visions of their deaths or other crimes while she sleeps. Creator:
Mr. Iglesias ::: TV-14 | 30min | Comedy | TV Series (2019 ) -- A good-natured high school teacher working at his alma mater works with gifted but misfit and disinterested students. Creator: Kevin Hench
National Velvet (1944) ::: 7.3/10 -- Passed | 2h 3min | Drama, Family, Sport | 26 January 1945 (USA) -- A jaded former jockey helps a young girl prepare a wild but gifted horse for England's Grand National Sweepstakes. Director: Clarence Brown Writers: Enid Bagnold (novel), Theodore Reeves (screen play) | 1 more credit
NOS4A2 ::: TV-14 | 1h | Drama, Fantasy, Horror | TV Series (20192020) -- Charlie Manx, a seductive immortal who feeds off the souls of children, has his whole world threatened when a young woman in New England discovers she has a dangerous gift. Stars:
Paddington 2 (2017) ::: 7.8/10 -- PG | 1h 43min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | 12 January 2018 (USA) -- Paddington (Ben Whishaw), now happily settled with the Brown family and a popular member of the local community, picks up a series of odd jobs to buy the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy's (Imelda Staunton's) 100th birthday, only for the gift to be stolen. Director: Paul King Writers:
Red Dragon (2002) ::: 7.2/10 -- R | 2h 4min | Crime, Drama, Thriller | 4 October 2002 (USA) -- A retired FBI agent with psychological gifts is assigned to help track down "The Tooth Fairy", a mysterious serial killer. Aiding him is imprisoned forensic psychiatrist Dr. Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter. Director: Brett Ratner Writers:
Red Sun (1971) ::: 6.9/10 -- Soleil rouge (original title) -- Red Sun Poster -- In 1870, a gang robs a train and steals a ceremonial Japanese sword meant as a gift for the U.S. President, prompting a manhunt to retrieve it. Director: Terence Young Writers:
Robot & Frank (2012) ::: 7.1/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 29min | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 19 September 2012 (France) -- In the near future, an ex-jewel thief receives a gift from his son: a robot butler programmed to look after him. But soon the two companions try their luck as a heist team. Director: Jake Schreier Writer:
Roswell ::: TV-14 | 42min | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi | TV Series (19992002) -- The lives of three young alien/human hybrids with extraordinary gifts in Roswell. Creator: Jason Katims
The Bells of St. Mary's (1945) ::: 7.3/10 -- Unrated | 2h 6min | Drama | 21 February 1946 (Sweden) -- At a big city Catholic school, Father O'Malley and Sister Benedict indulge in friendly rivalry, and succeed in extending the school through the gift of a building. Director: Leo McCarey Writers:
The Gift (2000) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 1h 51min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror | 19 January 2001 (USA) -- A fortune teller with extrasensory perception is asked to help find a young woman who has mysteriously disappeared. Director: Sam Raimi Writers: Billy Bob Thornton, Tom Epperson
The Gift (2000) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 1h 51min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror | 19 January 2001 (USA) -- A fortune teller with extrasensory perception is asked to help find a young woman who has mysteriously disappeared.
The Gift (2015) ::: 7.0/10 -- R | 1h 48min | Drama, Mystery, Thriller | 7 August 2015 (USA) -- A married couple, Simon and Robyn, run into Gordo, an old acquaintance. Things take a turn when Gordo begins to drop in unannounced at their house and inundates them with mysterious gifts. Director: Joel Edgerton Writer:
The Gift ::: Atiye (original tit ::: TV-MA | 40min | Drama, Fantasy, Mystery | TV Series (2019 ) -- A painter in Istanbul embarks on a personal journey as she unearths universal secrets about an Anatolian archaeological site and its link to her past. Stars:
The Gifted ::: TV-14 | 43min | Action, Drama, Fantasy | TV Series (2017-2019) Episode Guide 29 episodes The Gifted Poster -- In a world where mutated humans are treated with distrust and fear, an institute for mutants battles to achieve peaceful co-existence with humanity. Creators:
The Gifted ::: TV-14 | 43min | Action, Drama, Fantasy | TV Series (20172019) -- In a world where mutated humans are treated with distrust and fear, an institute for mutants battles to achieve peaceful co-existence with humanity. Creators:
The Girl with All the Gifts (2016) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 1h 51min | Action, Adventure, Drama | 26 January 2017 (USA) -- A scientist and a teacher living in a dystopian future embark on a journey of survival with a special young girl named Melanie. Director: Colm McCarthy Writers: Mike Carey, Mike Carey (novel)
The Green Mile (1999) ::: 8.6/10 -- R | 3h 9min | Crime, Drama, Fantasy | 10 December 1999 (USA) -- The lives of guards on Death Row are affected by one of their charges: a black man accused of child murder and rape, yet who has a mysterious gift. Director: Frank Darabont Writers:
The History Boys (2006) ::: 6.8/10 -- R | 1h 49min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 22 December 2006 (USA) -- An unruly class of gifted and charming teenage boys are taught by two eccentric and innovative teachers, as their headmaster pushes for them all to get accepted into Oxford or Cambridge. Director: Nicholas Hytner Writers:
The Naked Prey (1965) ::: 7.3/10 -- Approved | 1h 36min | Adventure, Drama, Thriller | 1966 (Norway) -- During the 1800s, a safari guide, two elephant hunters and their crew run into trouble with the natives in the South African veld when they refuse to offer gifts to the tribesmen. Director: Cornel Wilde Writers: Clint Johnston, Don Peters Stars:
The Pretender ::: TV-14 | 1h | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi | TV Series (19962000) -- A specially gifted man, with the ability to instantly master any skill, escapes from a secret testing facility and travels the country taking on different jobs and helping strangers while hiding from his kidnappers. Creators:
The Pretender ::: TV-14 | 1h | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi | TV Series (1996-2000) Episode Guide 86 episodes The Pretender Poster -- A specially gifted man, with the ability to instantly master any skill, escapes from a secret testing facility and travels the country taking on different jobs and helping strangers while hiding from his kidnappers. Creators:
The Promised Neverland ::: Yakusoku no Neverland (original tit ::: TV-14 | 30min | Animation, Adventure, Drama | TV Series (2019- ) Episode Guide 23 episodes The Promised Neverland Poster -- When three gifted kids at an isolated idyllic orphanage discover the secret and sinister purpose they were raised for, they look for a way to escape from their evil caretaker and lead the other children in a risky escape plan.
The Puffy Chair (2005) ::: 6.5/10 -- R | 1h 25min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 27 April 2007 (UK) -- Josh Sagers drives cross-country on a mission to deliver his father's birthday gift - a giant purple LazyBoy. Directors: Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass (uncredited) Writers: Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass Stars:
The Shop Around the Corner (1940) ::: 8.1/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 39min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 12 January 1940 (USA) -- Two employees at a gift shop can barely stand each other, without realizing that they are falling in love through the post as each other's anonymous pen pal. Director: Ernst Lubitsch Writers:
The Stoning of Soraya M. (2008) ::: 8.0/10 -- R | 1h 54min | Drama | 9 October 2009 (Sweden) -- A desperate woman asks for a meeting with a journalist to disclose the cruel and inhumane punishment of her niece. Director: Cyrus Nowrasteh Writers: Betsy Giffen Nowrasteh (screenplay), Cyrus Nowrasteh (screenplay) | 1
The Three Caballeros (1944) ::: 6.4/10 -- Approved | 1h 11min | Animation, Comedy, Family | 22 February 1945 -- The Three Caballeros Poster -- Donald receives his birthday gifts, which include traditional gifts and information about Brazil (hosted by Z Carioca) and Mexico (by Panchito, a Mexican Charro Rooster). Directors: Norman Ferguson, Clyde Geronimi | 3 more credits Writers:
The Ultimate Gift (2006) ::: 7.3/10 -- PG | 1h 54min | Drama, Family, Romance | 9 March 2007 (USA) -- A deceased billionaire leaves his spoiled adult grandson a series of odd tasks to perform in order to receive "the ultimate gift," with the resentful grandson having no idea what that might be. Director: Michael O. Sajbel Writers:
The Wild Thornberrys ::: TV-Y7 | 30min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | TV Series (19982004) -- The life of an adventurous family, from the point of view of an eleven-year-old girl gifted with animal language. Creators: Jeff Astrof, Gabor Csupo, Arlene Klasky | 6 more credits
Tiny House Nation ::: TV-PG | 43min | Reality-TV | TV Series (2014- ) Episode Guide 90 episodes Tiny House Nation Poster -- Tiny House Nation takes renovation experts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin across America to help design and construct tiny dream homes in spaces under 500 square feet. Tiny House Nation ... S Stars:
Trapeze (1956) ::: 6.9/10 -- Approved | 1h 45min | Drama, Romance | 30 May 1956 (USA) -- A crippled circus acrobat is torn emotionally between two ambitious young trapeze artists, one a talented young American and a less-gifted but beautiful Italian. Director: Carol Reed Writers: Max Catto (novel), Liam O'Brien (adaptation) | 1 more credit Stars:
Wild at Heart (1990) ::: 7.2/10 -- R | 2h 5min | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 17 August 1990 (USA) -- Young lovers Sailor and Lula run from the variety of weirdos that Lula's mom has hired to kill Sailor. Director: David Lynch Writers: Barry Gifford (novel), David Lynch (screenplay)
Woodlawn (2015) ::: 6.5/10 -- PG | 2h 3min | Biography, Drama, History | 16 October 2015 (USA) -- A gifted high school football player must learn to embrace his talent and his faith as he battles racial tensions on and off the field. Directors: Andrew Erwin, Jon Erwin Writers: Jon Erwin, Todd Gerelds (book) | 2 more credits
Yahsi Bati - The Ottoman Cowboys (2009) ::: 7.4/10 -- Yahsi Bati (original title) -- Yahsi Bati - The Ottoman Cowboys Poster -- In 1881, two Ottoman Secret Agents travel to the USA, at the Sultan's request, to deliver a valuable diamond as a gift for the President. Director: mer Faruk Sorak Writers:
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100-man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru 2nd Season -- -- Maho Film -- ? eps -- Manga -- Action Game Drama Fantasy Shounen -- 100-man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru 2nd Season 100-man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru 2nd Season -- Second season of 100-man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru. -- TV - Jul ??, 2021 -- 27,971 N/APlatinum End -- -- Signal.MD -- ? eps -- Manga -- Psychological Supernatural Drama Shounen -- Platinum End Platinum End -- After the death of his parents, a young Mirai Kakehashi is left in the care of his abusive relatives. Since then, he has become gloomy and depressed, leading him to attempt suicide on the evening of his middle school graduation. Mirai, however, is saved by a pure white girl named Nasse who introduces herself as a guardian angel wishing to give him happiness—by granting him supernatural powers and a chance to become the new God. -- -- In order to earn the position, he must defeat 12 other "God Candidates" within 999 days. Soon, Mirai begins a struggle to survive as a terrifying battle royale erupts between himself and the candidates looking to obtain the most power in the world. -- -- TV - Oct ??, 2021 -- 27,914 N/A -- -- Touch -- -- Gallop, Group TAC, Studio Junio -- 101 eps -- Manga -- Sports Romance School Drama Slice of Life Shounen -- Touch Touch -- The story centers around three characters—Uesugi Kazuya, his twin older brother Tatsuya, and Asakura Minami. Kazuya is the darling of his town as he's talented, hardworking, and the ace pitcher for his middle school baseball team. Tatsuya is a hopeless slacker who's been living the life of giving up the spotlight to Kazuya, despite the fact that he may be more gifted than him. Minami is the beautiful childhood girlfriend and for all intents, sister from next door who treats both of them as equals. Society largely assumes Kazuya and Minami will become the perfect couple, including Tatsuya. Yet as time progresses, Tatsuya grows to realize that he's willing to sacrifice anything for the sake of his brother, except at the expense of giving up Minami to Kazuya. And thus the story is told of Tatsuya trying to prove himself over his established younger brother, how it affects the relationship between the three, and both brothers' attempts to make Minami's lifelong dreams come true. -- 27,856 8.02
Ai to Yuuki no Pig Girl Tonde Buurin -- -- Nippon Animation -- 51 eps -- Manga -- Parody Adventure Fantasy Magic Comedy Romance School Shoujo -- Ai to Yuuki no Pig Girl Tonde Buurin Ai to Yuuki no Pig Girl Tonde Buurin -- "Look! In the sky...It's a bird...It's a plane...It's Super Pig?!" -- -- One fateful day, Karin, a junior-high student, found what she thought was an injured piglet. However, the piglet was just exhausted from hunger. After the piglet regained his health by eating Karin's apple, he revealed that he is a prince, Tonrariano III, from a planet called Booringo. Tonrariano wanted to reward Karin for helping him and so he transformed her into a pig with superpowers. Karin was not at all pleased with the gift because she wanted to become a pretty superheroine like "Cutey Chao" (a parody of Cutey Honey), not Super Pig. Reluctantly, she became more interested in her role as Super Pig when she found out that she can turn into someone like "Cutey Chao" if she can collect 108 pearls through doing good deeds for other people. -- -- Licensor: -- Saban Entertainment -- 8,755 6.63
Akazukin Chacha -- -- Gallop -- 74 eps -- Manga -- Adventure Comedy Fantasy Magic Romance Shoujo -- Akazukin Chacha Akazukin Chacha -- Akazukin Chacha is the story of a young magical girl (Mahō Shōjo) named Chacha. Living with her guardian in a cottage on Mochi-mochi mountain is Seravi, who is her teacher and also the fictional world's greatest magician. Chacha is clumsy in casting her spells because, throughout the anime, when she summons something, it often turns out to be something that she didn't mean to cast, for example, spiders (kumo) instead of a cloud (also kumo). At times in the anime when she and her friends are in trouble, however, her spells do work. Living on the same mountain is a boy gifted with enormous strength named Riiya. It is described that Riiya came from a family of werewolves who can instantly change into a wolf whenever they want. Quite far from Mochi-mochi mountain lies Urizuri mountain. Dorothy, also a well known magician in her land, lives in a castle on Urizuri mountain. Living with her is Shiine, her student. Shiine is adept when it comes to casting spells. He is a young wizard and most of his knowledge about magic was taught to him by Dorothy. -- -- The first 2 seasons were originally created by the anime team. Most of the stories in season 3 are based on the manga. -- -- (Source: Wikipedia) -- 12,257 7.38
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou -- -- Asread, White Fox -- 13 eps -- Light novel -- Action Adventure Fantasy Harem -- Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou -- The ordinary life of 17-year-old otaku Hajime Nagumo is disrupted when he and his classmates are summoned to a fantasy world and tasked with saving mankind. While his classmates are gifted with impressive abilities useful in combat, Hajime is belittled for only gaining an inferior transmutation skill that lacks any real offensive power. -- -- During an expedition in the Great Orcus Labyrinth, Hajime is betrayed by one of his classmates, plummeting him to the bottom of an abyss. Though he survives the fall, Hajime is faced with menacing monsters and misfortunes that send him spiraling into a grim nightmare. Desperate to live and return home one day, he resolves to fight for his survival—only to meet an imprisoned vampire he names Yue, who is also seeking to escape the labyrinth. Taking an interest in him, Yue and a few others along the way accompany Hajime on his journey to find a way back home, while steadily transforming from commonplace to the world's strongest. -- -- 385,972 6.55
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou -- -- Asread, White Fox -- 13 eps -- Light novel -- Action Adventure Fantasy Harem -- Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou -- The ordinary life of 17-year-old otaku Hajime Nagumo is disrupted when he and his classmates are summoned to a fantasy world and tasked with saving mankind. While his classmates are gifted with impressive abilities useful in combat, Hajime is belittled for only gaining an inferior transmutation skill that lacks any real offensive power. -- -- During an expedition in the Great Orcus Labyrinth, Hajime is betrayed by one of his classmates, plummeting him to the bottom of an abyss. Though he survives the fall, Hajime is faced with menacing monsters and misfortunes that send him spiraling into a grim nightmare. Desperate to live and return home one day, he resolves to fight for his survival—only to meet an imprisoned vampire he names Yue, who is also seeking to escape the labyrinth. Taking an interest in him, Yue and a few others along the way accompany Hajime on his journey to find a way back home, while steadily transforming from commonplace to the world's strongest. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 385,972 6.55
Back Arrow -- -- Studio VOLN -- 24 eps -- Original -- Action Fantasy Mecha -- Back Arrow Back Arrow -- The world of Lingalind is surrounded by a mystical wall with seemingly nothing beyond its confines. Worshipped as the mother of the land, the wall delivers celestial gift capsules called "Rakuho'' to locations across the continent. Arriving once a month, the capsules contain metallic armbands that allow the wearer to transform into a mechanical being known as a "Briheight." As a result, Lingalind is thrown into constant turmoil by its warring nations, all hoping to strengthen their military prowess by procuring the offerings for themselves. -- -- One day, a Rakuho crash-lands in the countryside with an unexpected inhabitant—a mysterious black-haired man. All eyes are set on this strange newcomer, who calls himself "Back Arrow," when he claims to have hailed from a place beyond the wall—a revelation that can potentially unravel Lingalind's entire dogmatic foundation. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 25,402 5.69
Bakuretsu Tenshi -- -- Gonzo -- 24 eps -- Original -- Adventure Comedy Mecha Sci-Fi -- Bakuretsu Tenshi Bakuretsu Tenshi -- In Japan's not-too-distant future, crime has become so common that the government has legalised firearms for citizens to use in self-defence. To combat this new wave of wrongdoing, the Recently Armed Police of Tokyo was established in hopes of hunting down criminals with lethal force. -- -- Kyohei Tachibana is a gifted culinary student who dreams of saving up enough money to become a pastry chef in France. When four young mercenaries ask him to be their cook, he's forced into making a tough choice. As Jo, Meg, Sei, and Amy take on the bloodiest jobs in the chaotic city of Tokyo, Kyohei accepts an imminent descent into the world of crime—and he'll do a lot more than just cooking! -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 62,740 6.81
Bungou Stray Dogs 2nd Season -- -- Bones -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Mystery Super Power Supernatural Seinen -- Bungou Stray Dogs 2nd Season Bungou Stray Dogs 2nd Season -- Despite their differences in position, three men—the youngest senior executive of the Port Mafia, Osamu Dazai; the lowest ranking member, Sakunosuke Oda; and the intelligence agent, Angou Sakaguchi—gather at the Lupin Bar at the end of the day to relax and take delight in the company of friends. -- -- However, one night, Ango disappears. A photograph taken at the bar is all that is left of the three together. -- -- Fast forward to the present, and Dazai is now a member of the Armed Detective Agency. The Guild, an American gifted organization, has entered the fray and is intent on taking the Agency's work permit. They must now divide their attention between the two groups, the Guild and the Port Mafia, who oppose their very existence.  -- -- -- Licensor: -- Crunchyroll, Funimation -- 529,838 8.20
Bungou Stray Dogs 3rd Season -- -- Bones -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Mystery Seinen Super Power Supernatural -- Bungou Stray Dogs 3rd Season Bungou Stray Dogs 3rd Season -- Following the conclusion of the three-way organizational war, government bureaucrat Ango Sakaguchi recalls an event that transpired years ago, after the death of the former Port Mafia boss. Osamu Dazai, still a new recruit at the time, was tasked with investigating rumors related to a mysterious explosion that decimated part of the city years ago—and its connection to the alleged reappearance of the former boss. -- -- Due to circumstances out of his control, he is partnered with Chuuya Nakahara, the gifted yet impulsive leader of a rival clan known as the ''Sheep,'' to uncover the truth behind the case and shine a light on the myth of Arahabaki—the god of fire who might just lead Dazai to the case's solution. -- -- Meanwhile, in the present day, it is business as usual once again for the Armed Detective Agency. Their peaceful break will not last for long, however, as enemies old and new gather their strength and prepare for another face-off. -- -- 337,692 8.18
Capeta -- -- Studio Comet -- 52 eps -- Manga -- Cars Sports Shounen -- Capeta Capeta -- After losing his mother at a very young age, elementary school student Capeta Taira is forced to become more independent to avoid his father worrying for him. Working in a paving company, his father is often busy and has to work overtime to make ends meet. However, no matter how tough he acts in front of his father, Capeta is ultimately just a lonely kid with a rough life. In addition to his typical house duties, he has to deal with the bully Nobu Andou which makes him feel worse, despite support from his classmate, Monami Suzuki. -- -- One day, Capeta's father sees young go-kart drivers racing at high speeds and gets inspired by the scene. He then decides to collect scrapped parts available on the track and begins working on a gift for his son. Meanwhile, Capeta and Monami sneak into his workplace, suspecting that his father is up to something. Much to their surprise, they see a go-kart built from discarded parts—with Capeta's name attached to it! Although it lacks an engine and looks worn out, the kart is mostly complete and functional. -- -- Despite the heavy rain, Capeta cannot resist the urge to try out this new machinery. As he drives the kart downhill on a wet road, an incident that is almost a dangerous accident instead becomes a thrilling obsession. No longer bored with life, the engine of Capeta's heart is ignited with a new passion as he journeys into the world of racing. -- -- 20,851 7.82
Clockwork Planet -- -- Xebec -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Fantasy Sci-Fi -- Clockwork Planet Clockwork Planet -- Legend tells that when the Earth was destroyed, the great clockmaker Y made a replacement from cogs and gears. Naoto Miura is a young boy who aspires to be a great clockmaker. However, despite his unique talent—sensitive hearing that can immediately understand clockwork mechanics from noise alone—he has made little progress. But this changes when a coffin falls from the sky into his apartment, revealing RyuZU, a female automaton forged by Y himself. -- -- News of RyuZU's arrival brings Marie Bell Breguet, the gifted heir of a distinguished line of clockmakers, and her cyborg bodyguard Vainney Halter into Naoto's life as well. When she and Naoto both become embroiled in an action-packed battle for their lives, they discover an uncomfortable truth: the clockwork planet that humanity has lived on for over a millennium is beginning to break down—a secret that many people will kill to protect. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 132,991 6.46
Comet Lucifer -- -- 8bit -- 12 eps -- Original -- Action Adventure Fantasy Mecha -- Comet Lucifer Comet Lucifer -- In the world of Gift, the bowels of the planet hide a highly sought after crystalline substance known as Giftium. A young boy on Gift named Sougo Amagi inherited his interest in Giftium from his mother, a researcher. As an inhabitant of Garden Indigo, a small and prosperous miner's town, Sougo has many opportunities to forage and collect rare crystals that can only be found there. -- -- However, the most exciting treasure that Sougo discovers is not a crystal, but a person. After being pulled into a school quarrel, he plummets into the deep caverns of an old mine. There, in the abysmal depths of the earth, Felia—an enigmatic girl with red eyes and blue hair—emerges from a large crystal. Through this strange first encounter, bonds of friendship are formed between Felia and Sougo. But Felia is being pursued by a secret organization that aims to use her powers for their own benefit, and Sougo and his friends must help her, all while discovering the true nature of this girl from the crystal. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 98,220 5.85
Divine Gate -- -- Studio Pierrot -- 12 eps -- Game -- Action Sci-Fi Fantasy -- Divine Gate Divine Gate -- The legend of the Divine Gate is a story told to young children that depicts the merging of the living world, the heavens, and the underworld. "Adapters"—people born with unique elemental abilities gifted to them from the union of these worlds—formed the World Council, an organization which controls the chaos of the Gate by portraying its legend as nothing more than a myth. These Adapters train in a special academy owned by the World Council that allows the students to hone their skills. -- -- Aoto, a teenage boy with exceptional water powers and a tragic past, rejects the offer to join the academy numerous times—until he is successfully pressured by the energetic wind user Midori and stubborn fire user Akane. Together, with the World Council and their mysterious leader Arthur, they seek out the Gate in the hopes of uncovering the truth. But in order to reach their goals, they must unite and overcome their own despair while dealing with behind the scene mischief. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 147,125 5.58
Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka Movie: Orion no Ya -- -- J.C.Staff -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Action Adventure Comedy Fantasy Romance -- Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka Movie: Orion no Ya Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka Movie: Orion no Ya -- Continuing his adventure to get stronger in order to traverse deeper into the "Dungeon," Bell Cranel wanders the Orario city streets with his friends and the goddess Hestia. That evening, the city is filled with stalls and games as it celebrates the Holy Moon Festival. -- -- Hermes, a god, hosts one such activity where participants are asked to pull a spear embedded in a crystal boulder; those who succeed will receive a special gift: a trip around the world and a divine blessing from the gods! Bell and his merry group challenge one another to claim the prize. But behind the facade of an innocent party game lies a preface for a daring quest ahead. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- Movie - Feb 15, 2019 -- 147,084 7.43
Enen no Shouboutai -- -- David Production -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Action Supernatural Shounen -- Enen no Shouboutai Enen no Shouboutai -- Spontaneous Human Combustion: a chaotic phenomenon that has plagued humanity for years, randomly transforming ordinary people into flaming, violent creatures known as Infernals. While Infernals make up the first-generation accounts of Human Combustion, the second and third generations became known as pyrokinetics—people gifted with the ability to manipulate and control their flames while remaining human. To combat the Infernal threat and discover the cause, the Tokyo Armed Forces, Fire Defense Agency, and Holy Church of Sol produced their answer: the Special Fire Force. -- -- Young and eager third-generation pyrokinetic Shinra Kusakabe, nicknamed Devil's Footprints for his explosive ability to ignite his feet at will, becomes a member of the lively Special Fire Force Company 8. Upholding the brigade's duty to extinguish the blazing Infernals and lay their souls to rest, Shinra is determined to become a hero who will save the lives of those threatened by the flame terror. -- -- However, this is not the hero's game Shinra imagined. The Fire Force is a fractured mess of feuding brigades, abnormal Infernal sightings are increasing all over Tokyo, and a shadowy group is claiming to have answers to the strange fire that caused the death of Shinra's family 12 years ago. Faced with many obstacles within and outside the Fire Force, Shinra fights to uncover the truth behind the burning mysteries that have kept him in the dark. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 779,039 7.67
Free!: Take Your Marks -- -- Kyoto Animation -- 1 ep -- Original -- School Slice of Life Sports -- Free!: Take Your Marks Free!: Take Your Marks -- Taking place between the events of Free!: Eternal Summer and Free!: Dive to the Future, Free!: Take Your Marks plays out the graduated seniors' last summer through four different stories before they set sail for the future. -- -- Unmei no Choice! (Destined Choice!) follows Haruka Nanase and Makoto Tachibana searching for a new apartment for Haruka as he settles into Tokyo. -- -- Hitou no Cooling Down! (Cooling Down at the Secret Hot Spring!) sees Aiichiro Nitori choose a graduation gift for Rin Matsuoka and Sousuke Yamazaki, while Momotaro Mikoshiba wins tickets to the Anago Hot Springs. Hoping for a trip together, Aiichiro and Momotaro invite Rin and Sousuke. -- -- Kessoku no Batafurai! (United Butterfly!) shows Rei Ryugazaki, Nagisa Hazuki, and Gou Matsuoka creating a recruitment video to attract new club members for the next school year. -- -- Tabidachi no Etanaru Buru! (Departing Eternal Blue!) looks into the Iwatobi and Samezuka swim teams' plans for Rin's surprise going-away party, as he will be departing for Australia soon. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- Movie - Oct 28, 2017 -- 51,676 7.74
Gakuen Alice -- -- Group TAC -- 26 eps -- Manga -- Comedy School Shoujo Super Power -- Gakuen Alice Gakuen Alice -- Mikan Sakura is a normal 10-year-old girl. Optimistic, energetic, and overall a very sweet child, Mikan is the complete opposite of the aloof, intelligent, and somewhat cold-hearted, Hotaru Imai. Despite their glaring differences, the two girls have been best friends for a very long time. So when Hotaru suddenly transfers to Alice Academy, a prestigious school in the city, her best friend is devastated—especially when she hears of the horrible rumors regarding the academy's harsh treatment of students. Beset with worry, Mikan runs away to see her best friend! -- -- Upon her arrival, Mikan learns of "Alices," individuals gifted with various supernatural abilities, and that the school is an institution built by the government to train and protect them. Discovering that she has her own unique powers, Mikan enrolls in the academy, and, after a lot of trouble, finally reunites with Hotaru. -- -- Gakuen Alice is a heartwarming comedy that follows Mikan and her friends' adventures in the academy, as well as their attempt to uncover the mysteries surrounding the problematic, fire-wielding student Natsume Hyuuga. -- -- TV - Oct 30, 2004 -- 83,495 7.64
Gift± -- -- - -- 20 eps -- Manga -- Horror Seinen -- Gift± Gift± -- With the growing demand for high-quality organ transplants in Japan, many underground organizations have carried out kidnapping and murder operations to obtain organs for sale; surgeon doctors also started practicing. It even began to intervene in outside countries like China. -- -- Our protagonist, Tamaki Suzuhara, a beautiful but mysterious high school girl, tries to find someone very important to her who is currently missing. She joined an illegal organ trafficking network, which kidnapped those who were judged "morally cure" for morphological, surgical removal of organs. -- -- Let's see where this bloody journey and Tamaki Suzuhara's moral dilemma will lead. Can she find what she wants? -- ONA - Sep 21, 2018 -- 805 N/A -- -- Timing -- -- - -- 1 ep -- - -- Psychological Horror -- Timing Timing -- The Japanese-Korean horror movie should have been released in 2012, but the project got canceled after Korean investors could not be determined. A six-minute promotional video is what's left of it of this attempted co-production. -- -- Timing holds the story of four characters with abilities related with time, fighting to stop the tragedies occurring in a high school. -- -- (Source: Hancinema) -- ONA - Oct ??, 2010 -- 784 5.34
Gift: Eternal Rainbow -- -- OLM -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Comedy Drama Harem Magic Romance School -- Gift: Eternal Rainbow Gift: Eternal Rainbow -- Amaumi Haruhiko is a high school student who attends Shimano Academy in a town called Narasakicho. Narasakicho contains an unknown rainbow which constantly overlooks the town and is related to granting a magical wish called "Gift." Gift is a once-in-a-lifetime present between two people. -- -- As a child, Haruhiko has been close with his childhood friend, Kirino, until he obtains a new non-blood sister by the name of Riko. Haruhiko develops a strong relationship with Riko until they sadly depart due to the fact Haruhiko's father could no longer support the two of them. -- -- After some times passes by, Riko finally returns to the town of Narasakicho, and along with Kirino, starts to attend Shimano Academy with Haruhiko. The series revolves around the relationship among these main protagonists and slowly reveals the story behind both Gift and the rainbow. -- TV - Oct 6, 2006 -- 28,911 6.61
Gift: Eternal Rainbow - Ki no Saka Ryokan Kiki Ippatsu!! -- -- OLM -- 1 ep -- Visual novel -- Harem Comedy Magic Romance Ecchi -- Gift: Eternal Rainbow - Ki no Saka Ryokan Kiki Ippatsu!! Gift: Eternal Rainbow - Ki no Saka Ryokan Kiki Ippatsu!! -- Haruhiko, Riko, Yukari, Chisa and Rinka are trying to help Kirino save her family's inn from bankruptcy due to their newest rival, Hotel Moonstone. As a result, they decided that creating high-class cuisine was the best method in order to help the Konosaka Inn attract customers. However, in the process of creating this high-class cuisine Yukari, Chisa and Rinka mysteriously and instantaneously develop overpowering feelings towards Haruhiko and end up vigorously competing for him. Unfortunately, for Haruhiko this harem contains mixes of both heaven and hell. -- Special - Jun 22, 2007 -- 6,846 6.73
Hachimitsu to Clover -- -- J.C.Staff -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama Josei Romance Slice of Life -- Hachimitsu to Clover Hachimitsu to Clover -- Yuuta Takemoto, a sophomore at an arts college, shares a cheap apartment with two seniors—the eccentric Shinobu Morita, who keeps failing to graduate due to his absenteeism, and the sensible Takumi Mayama, who acts as a proper senior to Takemoto, often looking out for him. -- -- Takemoto had not given much thought to his future until one fine spring day, when he meets the endearing Hagumi Hanamoto and falls in love at first sight. Incredibly gifted in the arts, Hagumi enrolls in Takemoto's university and soon befriends the popular pottery student Ayumi Yamada. Ayumi is already well acquainted with the three flatmates and secretly harbors deep feelings for one of them. -- -- Hachimitsu to Clover is a heartwarming tale of youth, love, soul-searching, and self-discovery, intricately woven through the complex relationships between five dear friends. -- -- 219,606 8.05
Hachimitsu to Clover -- -- J.C.Staff -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama Josei Romance Slice of Life -- Hachimitsu to Clover Hachimitsu to Clover -- Yuuta Takemoto, a sophomore at an arts college, shares a cheap apartment with two seniors—the eccentric Shinobu Morita, who keeps failing to graduate due to his absenteeism, and the sensible Takumi Mayama, who acts as a proper senior to Takemoto, often looking out for him. -- -- Takemoto had not given much thought to his future until one fine spring day, when he meets the endearing Hagumi Hanamoto and falls in love at first sight. Incredibly gifted in the arts, Hagumi enrolls in Takemoto's university and soon befriends the popular pottery student Ayumi Yamada. Ayumi is already well acquainted with the three flatmates and secretly harbors deep feelings for one of them. -- -- Hachimitsu to Clover is a heartwarming tale of youth, love, soul-searching, and self-discovery, intricately woven through the complex relationships between five dear friends. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Discotek Media, VIZ Media -- 219,606 8.05
.hack//Gift -- -- Bee Train -- 1 ep -- Original -- Comedy Fantasy Game -- .hack//Gift .hack//Gift -- As an expression of gratitude for the heroes of both the ".hack//Sign" and the ".hack" game series, Helba has prepared a special event for all the characters to find the newly established "Twilight Hot Springs." The characters can get their well deserved rest and relaxation by having a soak in the wonderful hot springs, but there is only one problem—the hot springs are hidden and there have been mysterious player murders. With the only clue being the word “GIFT," the race has begun to find the culprit and the location of the hot springs. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Entertainment -- OVA - Nov 16, 2003 -- 19,215 6.15
Hamatora The Animation -- -- NAZ -- 12 eps -- Original -- Mystery Comedy Super Power Drama -- Hamatora The Animation Hamatora The Animation -- The ability to create miracles is not just a supernatural phenomenon; it is a gift which manifests in a limited number of human beings. "Minimum," or small miracles, are special powers that only selected people called "Minimum Holders" possess. The detective agency Yokohama Troubleshooting, or Hamatora for short, is composed of the "Minimum Holder PI Duo," Nice and Murasaki. Their office is a lone table at Cafe Nowhere, where the pair and their coworkers await new clients. -- -- Suddenly, the jobs that they begin to receive seem to have strange connections to the serial killer whom their friend Art, a police officer, is searching for. The murder victims share a single similarity: they are all Minimum Holders. Nice and Murasaki, as holders themselves, are drawn to the case—but what exactly is the link between Nice and the one who orchestrates it all? -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Jan 8, 2014 -- 255,384 7.29
Hamatora The Animation -- -- NAZ -- 12 eps -- Original -- Mystery Comedy Super Power Drama -- Hamatora The Animation Hamatora The Animation -- The ability to create miracles is not just a supernatural phenomenon; it is a gift which manifests in a limited number of human beings. "Minimum," or small miracles, are special powers that only selected people called "Minimum Holders" possess. The detective agency Yokohama Troubleshooting, or Hamatora for short, is composed of the "Minimum Holder PI Duo," Nice and Murasaki. Their office is a lone table at Cafe Nowhere, where the pair and their coworkers await new clients. -- -- Suddenly, the jobs that they begin to receive seem to have strange connections to the serial killer whom their friend Art, a police officer, is searching for. The murder victims share a single similarity: they are all Minimum Holders. Nice and Murasaki, as holders themselves, are drawn to the case—but what exactly is the link between Nice and the one who orchestrates it all? -- -- TV - Jan 8, 2014 -- 255,384 7.29
Harmonie -- -- Studio Rikka -- 1 ep -- Original -- Slice of Life Psychological Drama School -- Harmonie Harmonie -- Akio Honjou is a high school student with a special gift for music. He can perfectly recall any piece of music that he has heard only once. One day, as he tries to reproduce a particularly soothing piano melody, he unexpectedly meets Juri Makina—the girl whose cell phone had spontaneously played the tune earlier in class. -- -- If art is the only way to truly know what landscapes populate others' inner worlds, then can this particular tune pave the way for Akio to begin to understand the more intellectual and emotional aspects of his captivating classmate, Juri? -- -- Movie - Mar 1, 2014 -- 48,449 7.30
Hisone to Maso-tan -- -- Bones -- 12 eps -- Original -- Comedy Drama Fantasy Military -- Hisone to Maso-tan Hisone to Maso-tan -- Straightforward and innocent Hisone Amakasu is a Self-Defense Force rookie stationed at the Air Self-Defense Force's Gifu Base. She was struggling with the fact that she sometimes hurts people unintentionally by her innocent words and decided to join the Air Self-Defense Force, hoping to maintain a certain distance from people. This decision led her to a fateful encounter which profoundly changed her life. It was the "OTF" dragon hidden in the base and it chose Hisone as his pilot. When it soared into the sky with Hisone, her fate as a dragon pilot was decided. It is said that dragons have a key to the future of the world... -- -- (Source: ANN) -- 66,634 7.36
Hotarubi no Mori e -- -- Brain's Base -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Drama Romance Shoujo Supernatural -- Hotarubi no Mori e Hotarubi no Mori e -- Intrigued by the tale of a mountain god, six-year-old Hotaru Takegawa loses her way in the ancient forest while visiting her uncle. Exhausted and desperate for help, Hotaru is thrilled to find a masked forest spirit named Gin. She learns the hard way that she should not touch the boy, or he would disappear. In spite of this, Gin leads Hotaru out of the forest and warns her never to return when she promises to come again with a gift. -- -- Paying no heed to his cautionary words, and despite being separated by both distance and planes of existence, Hotaru and Gin become close friends as she visits him every summer. However, their relationship and resolve are put to the test, when romantic feelings conflict with the one and only rule. -- -- Based on Yuki Midorikawa's manga of the same name, Hotarubi no Mori e is a tale of friendship and compromise of two people who should never have crossed paths, as their lives become hopelessly intertwined. -- -- Movie - Sep 17, 2011 -- 598,874 8.36
Ingress the Animation -- -- Craftar Studios -- 11 eps -- Game -- Action Game Sci-Fi Mystery -- Ingress the Animation Ingress the Animation -- A project was launched where scientists discovered a mysterious substance that can interface directly with the human brain. This substance, called "Exotic Matter (XM)," has existed since ancient times, influencing human minds and the progress of humanity. In the wake of this discovery, a battle of powerful nations and corporate giants has been unleashed. Organizations across the globe have embarked on a secret race to exploit XM. It represents both an opportunity and a threat to humanity. Two Factions seeks to control the XM. The Enlightened view XM's power as a gift that enhances human experience and discovery. The Resistance sees XM as a hostile takeover of the human mind, choosing technology as humanity's best path forward. XM, and the mystery behind it lie at the center of this battle for the fate of humanity. -- -- 2018—Now, a new struggle is about to unfold in Tokyo and across the globe. Dangerous and powerful forces seeking to exploit the potential of XM will collide. This groundbreaking project will mark the beginning of an epic augmented-reality experience combining the three elements of animation, location-based gaming, and the real world. -- -- (Source: MAL News) -- ONA - Oct 18, 2018 -- 22,463 6.36
Inuyashiki -- -- MAPPA -- 11 eps -- Manga -- Action Drama Psychological Sci-Fi Seinen -- Inuyashiki Inuyashiki -- Ichirou Inuyashiki is a 58-year-old family man who is going through a difficult time in his life. Though his frequent back problems are painful, nothing hurts quite as much as the indifference and distaste that his wife and children have for him. Despite this, Ichirou still manages to find solace in Hanako, an abandoned Shiba Inu that he adopts into his home. However, his life takes a turn for the worse when a follow-up physical examination reveals that Ichirou has stomach cancer and only three months to live; though he tries to be strong, his family's disinterest causes an emotional breakdown. Running off into a nearby field, Ichirou embraces his dog and weeps—until he notices a strange figure standing before him. -- -- Suddenly, a bright light appears and Ichirou is enveloped by smoke and dust. When he comes to, he discovers something is amiss—he has been reborn as a mechanized weapon wearing the skin of his former self. Though initially shocked, the compassionate Ichirou immediately uses his newfound powers to save a life, an act of kindness that fills him with happiness and newfound hope. -- -- However, the origins of these strange powers remain unclear. Who was the mysterious figure at the site of the explosion, and are they as kind as Ichirou when it comes to using this dangerous gift? -- -- 443,053 7.69
Jinzou Ningen Kikaider The Animation -- -- Radix -- 13 eps -- - -- Action Sci-Fi Drama Mecha Shounen -- Jinzou Ningen Kikaider The Animation Jinzou Ningen Kikaider The Animation -- The genius robotics professor, Dr. Komyoji has created Jiro (who has the ability to transform into Kikaider) – a humanoid robot tasked with the protection of Dr. Komyoji’s son, Masaru, and daughter, Mitsuko. Gifted with a conscience circuit, which has the power to simulate real emotions that helps to distinguish between “right and wrong”, Jiro must protect Mitsuko and Masaru from the evil Dr. Gil who wants Jiro to join his army and aid in his goal of world domination. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Entertainment -- 8,333 6.99
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 5: Ougon no Kaze -- -- David Production -- 39 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Shounen -- JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 5: Ougon no Kaze JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 5: Ougon no Kaze -- In the coastal city of Naples, corruption is teeming—the police blatantly conspire with outlaws, drugs run rampant around the youth, and the mafia governs the streets with an iron fist. However, various fateful encounters will soon occur. -- -- Enter Giorno Giovanna, a 15-year-old boy with an eccentric connection to the Joestar family, who makes a living out of part-time jobs and pickpocketing. Furthermore, he is gifted with the unexplained Stand ability to give and create life—growing plants from the ground and turning inanimate objects into live animals, an ability he has dubbed "Gold Experience." Fascinated by the might of local gangsters, Giorno has dreamed of rising up in their ranks and becoming a "Gang-Star," a feat made possible by his encounter with Bruno Buccellati, a member of the Passione gang with his own sense of justice. -- -- JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Ougon no Kaze follows the endeavors of Giorno after joining Bruno's team while working under Passione, fending off other gangsters and secretly plotting to overthrow their mysterious boss. -- -- -- Licensor: -- VIZ Media -- 592,526 8.60
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean -- -- - -- ? eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Shounen -- JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean -- In Florida, 2011, Jolyne Kuujou sits in a jail cell like her father Joutarou once did; yet this situation is not of her own choice. Framed for a crime she didn’t commit, and manipulated into serving a longer sentence, Jolyne is ready to resign to a dire fate as a prisoner of Green Dolphin Street Jail. Though all hope seems lost, a gift from Joutarou ends up awakening her latent abilities, manifesting into her Stand, Stone Free. Now armed with the power to change her fate, Jolyne sets out to find an escape from the stone ocean that holds her. -- -- However, she soon discovers that her incarceration is merely a small part of a grand plot: one that not only takes aim at her family, but has additional far-reaching consequences. What's more, the mastermind is lurking within the very same prison, and is under the protection of a lineup of menacing Stand users. Finding unlikely allies to help her cause, Jolyne sets course to stop their plot, clear her name, and take back her life. -- -- - - ??? ??, ???? -- 85,902 N/A -- -- Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas - An Episode of Port Town -- -- Production I.G -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Sci-Fi Super Power Drama -- Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas - An Episode of Port Town Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas - An Episode of Port Town -- In 2029, Scrooge escapes from a research facility where he had been confined as an experimental subject. His body was remodeled by genetic manipulations and he uses his psychic power to kill the chasers. One day, he meets another experimental subject called Carol. When three psychic chasers hunt down the two, Carol asks Scrooge to use his right arm to extract a weapon from her body. -- OVA - Jul 26, 2012 -- 85,740 6.93
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean -- -- - -- ? eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Shounen -- JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean -- In Florida, 2011, Jolyne Kuujou sits in a jail cell like her father Joutarou once did; yet this situation is not of her own choice. Framed for a crime she didn’t commit, and manipulated into serving a longer sentence, Jolyne is ready to resign to a dire fate as a prisoner of Green Dolphin Street Jail. Though all hope seems lost, a gift from Joutarou ends up awakening her latent abilities, manifesting into her Stand, Stone Free. Now armed with the power to change her fate, Jolyne sets out to find an escape from the stone ocean that holds her. -- -- However, she soon discovers that her incarceration is merely a small part of a grand plot: one that not only takes aim at her family, but has additional far-reaching consequences. What's more, the mastermind is lurking within the very same prison, and is under the protection of a lineup of menacing Stand users. Finding unlikely allies to help her cause, Jolyne sets course to stop their plot, clear her name, and take back her life. -- -- - - ??? ??, ???? -- 85,902 N/ARunway de Waratte -- -- Ezόla -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Drama School Shounen -- Runway de Waratte Runway de Waratte -- Being the daughter of a modeling agency owner, Chiyuki Fujito aspires to represent her father's agency in the prestigious Paris Fashion Week, shining under the spotlight as a runway model. However, although she is equipped with great looks and talent, she unfortunately lacks a key element in becoming a successful model—height. Stuck at 158 cm even after entering high school, her childhood dream seems out of reach. -- -- Meanwhile, Ikuto Tsumura is a high school student with a knack in designing clothes; however, without the resources to pursue the necessary education, his ambition of becoming a fashion designer remains a mere dream. But as fate brings Chiyuki and Ikuto together, the dim hopes within their hearts are ignited once again. Together, the two promise to rebel against convention and carve out their own paths in the fashion world. -- -- 85,891 7.62
Kaguya-hime no Monogatari -- -- Studio Ghibli -- 1 ep -- Other -- Fantasy Historical -- Kaguya-hime no Monogatari Kaguya-hime no Monogatari -- Deep in the countryside, a man named Okina works as a bamboo cutter in a forest, chopping away at the hollow plants day after day. One day, he discovers a small baby inside a glowing shoot. He immediately takes her home, convinced that she is a princess sent to Earth as a divine blessing from heaven. Okina and his wife Ouna take it upon themselves to raise the infant as their own, watching over her as she quickly grows into an energetic young girl. Given the name Kaguya, she fits right in with the village she has come to call home, going on adventures with the other children and enjoying what youth has to offer. -- -- But when Okina finds a large fortune of gold and treasure in the forest, Kaguya's life is completely changed. Believing this to be yet another gift from heaven, he takes it upon himself to turn his daughter into a real princess using the wealth he has just obtained, relocating the family to a mansion in the capital. As she leaves her friends behind to enter into an unwanted life of royalty, Kaguya's origins and purpose slowly come to light. -- -- -- Licensor: -- GKIDS -- Movie - Nov 23, 2013 -- 155,340 8.22
Kakugo no Susume -- -- Ashi Production -- 2 eps -- Manga -- Action Demons Ecchi Horror Mecha Sci-Fi Super Power -- Kakugo no Susume Kakugo no Susume -- A series of natural disasters has reduced the world to rubble, with the survivors doing whatever they must to survive in a world gone mad. But one young boy, Kakugo, gifted with amazing martial arts and a superpowerful suit of armor by his late father, has been charged with making the world (or at least his school) a safer place. But his sister has a matching set of skills and equipment, and she`s on a mission to bring peace to the world... by wiping out humanity! -- -- (Source: AnimeNfo) -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters -- OVA - Oct 23, 1996 -- 9,019 4.73
Kakumeiki Valvrave -- -- Sunrise -- 12 eps -- Original -- Action Military Space Mecha -- Kakumeiki Valvrave Kakumeiki Valvrave -- In the 71st year of the True Era, humans have successfully expanded into space and have started living in independent galactic colonies. The world itself is split between two major nations: the Atlantic Rim United States (ARUS) and the Dorssia Military Pact Federation (Dorssia)—superpowers that wage war against each other on Earth and far into outer space. In this war-torn era, a third faction comprised of Japan and Islands of the Oceanian Republic (JIOR), reside peacefully and prosper economically, maintaining neutrality between themselves and their militant neighbors. -- -- Kakumeiki Valvrave commences in an outer space JIOR colony, where 17-year-old Haruto Tokishima's peaceful life is turned upside down as a sudden Dorssian fleet breaches the neutral colony. Their objective is to seize the Valvraves: powerful, but rumored mechanized weapons hidden deep within Haruto's school, Sakimori Academy. In the ensuing chaos, Haruto stumbles upon one of the targeted Valvraves. With his friends' lives in peril, Haruto enters the mecha and seals a contract for its power in exchange for his humanity. With the aid of L-elf—an enigmatic Dorssian agent and gifted strategist—Haruto and the Valvrave initiate a revolution to liberate the world. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America -- TV - Apr 12, 2013 -- 146,237 7.16
Keijo!!!!!!!! -- -- Xebec -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Sports Ecchi Shounen -- Keijo!!!!!!!! Keijo!!!!!!!! -- Japan's latest competitive sport, keijo, is dictated by a simple set of rules: female-only participants must stand on circular platforms floating in a pool—referred to as "lands"—with the goal being to knocking off opponents using only their breasts and butts. Despite this outlandish premise, the sport attracts millions of viewers across the country and boasts a lavish prize pool. Many aspiring athletes take up the challenge in hopes of becoming the next national champion. -- -- After graduating from high school, the lively 17-year-old Nozomi Kaminashi enters the world of keijo, hoping to bring home a fortune to her poor family. As a gifted gymnast, Nozomi quickly proves herself a tough competitor after stealing the spotlight in her debut tournament. Meeting new friends and rivals as she climbs the ranks, Nozomi discovers that the path to stardom as a keijo player is filled with intense competition that will challenge not only her body, but also her soul. -- -- 312,337 7.00
Keijo!!!!!!!! -- -- Xebec -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Sports Ecchi Shounen -- Keijo!!!!!!!! Keijo!!!!!!!! -- Japan's latest competitive sport, keijo, is dictated by a simple set of rules: female-only participants must stand on circular platforms floating in a pool—referred to as "lands"—with the goal being to knocking off opponents using only their breasts and butts. Despite this outlandish premise, the sport attracts millions of viewers across the country and boasts a lavish prize pool. Many aspiring athletes take up the challenge in hopes of becoming the next national champion. -- -- After graduating from high school, the lively 17-year-old Nozomi Kaminashi enters the world of keijo, hoping to bring home a fortune to her poor family. As a gifted gymnast, Nozomi quickly proves herself a tough competitor after stealing the spotlight in her debut tournament. Meeting new friends and rivals as she climbs the ranks, Nozomi discovers that the path to stardom as a keijo player is filled with intense competition that will challenge not only her body, but also her soul. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 312,337 7.00
Kiniro no Corda: Primo Passo -- -- Yumeta Company -- 25 eps -- Visual novel -- Harem Music Comedy Drama Magic Romance School Shoujo -- Kiniro no Corda: Primo Passo Kiniro no Corda: Primo Passo -- Seiso Academy is a prestigious high school that sorts students into two majors: General Studies, characterized by distinct grey uniforms, and Music Studies, characterized by pristine white uniforms. While rushing to class one morning, General Studies student Kahoko Hino has a chance encounter with Lili, a small fairy searching for someone with the ability to see her. Lili flies away, and Kahoko, puzzled by their meeting, continues on her way. -- -- Later that day, the participants of a school-wide music competition are announced, and all of them are, unsurprisingly, Music Studies students—at least until Kahoko's name is read out. Immediately tracking down Lili, the small fairy gifts Kahoko a magical violin and convinces her to participate in the competition. -- -- Kiniro no Corda: Primo Passo follows Kahoko's endeavors alongside Lili, as the young student must now face the challenges of competition and go head-to-head against her competitors while navigating a new world of classical music. -- -- TV - Oct 2, 2006 -- 87,783 7.46
Kuroko no Basket: Saikou no Present Desu -- -- Production I.G -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action School Shounen Sports -- Kuroko no Basket: Saikou no Present Desu Kuroko no Basket: Saikou no Present Desu -- It is Tetsuya Kuroko's birthday. In celebration, Satsuki Momoi has invited the other members of the Generation of Miracles to play basketball together and rekindle the memories from their nostalgic middle school days. Meanwhile, Taiga Kagami and his fellow teammates of Seirin High are doing their best to prepare for Kuroko's birthday party. -- -- Sometimes, the best gift one can receive is not a material one but, rather, the feeling of having fun with everyone! -- -- Special - Dec 24, 2015 -- 73,859 8.10
Kyuuketsuhime Miyu (TV) -- -- AIC -- 26 eps -- Manga -- Action Horror Demons Drama Vampire Shoujo -- Kyuuketsuhime Miyu (TV) Kyuuketsuhime Miyu (TV) -- Evil Shinma (shape-shifting monsters and vampires) roam the Earth on a mission to unleash their darkness upon the Human race. Miyu Royal Princess from the dark is the Chosen One—the one being who must banish the Evil Shinma from the Earth. She has the power to offer Humans the gift of eternal happiness, yet is herself, trapped between two worlds; destined for perpetual solitude and internal conflict. -- -- Miyu's only companion is Larva, once an evil Shimna; now her devoted guardian. Together they share a dark journey through the weakness of the human heart and the tragic loss of innocence. Cut off from humanity by the knowledge of what she is, Miyu lives an endless quest as both the hunter and the hunted, on the edge of darkness. -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- -- Licensor: -- Maiden Japan, Tokyopop -- 32,524 7.14
Little Witch Academia (TV) -- -- Trigger -- 25 eps -- Original -- Adventure Comedy Fantasy Magic School -- Little Witch Academia (TV) Little Witch Academia (TV) -- "A believing heart is your magic!"—these were the words that Atsuko "Akko" Kagari's idol, the renowned witch Shiny Chariot, said to her during a magic performance years ago. Since then, Akko has lived by these words and aspired to be a witch just like Shiny Chariot, one that can make people smile. Hence, even her non-magical background does not stop her from enrolling in Luna Nova Magical Academy. -- -- However, when an excited Akko finally sets off to her new school, the trip there is anything but smooth. After her perilous journey, she befriends the shy Lotte Yansson and the sarcastic Sucy Manbavaran. To her utmost delight, she also discovers Chariot's wand, the Shiny Rod, which she takes as her own. Unfortunately, her time at Luna Nova will prove to more challenging than Akko could ever believe. She absolutely refuses to stay inferior to the rest of her peers, especially to her self-proclaimed rival, the beautiful and gifted Diana Cavendish, so she relies on her determination to compensate for her reckless behavior and ineptitude in magic. -- -- In a time when wizardry is on the decline, Little Witch Academia follows the magical escapades of Akko and her friends as they learn the true meaning of being a witch. -- -- 482,732 7.88
Little Witch Academia (TV) -- -- Trigger -- 25 eps -- Original -- Adventure Comedy Fantasy Magic School -- Little Witch Academia (TV) Little Witch Academia (TV) -- "A believing heart is your magic!"—these were the words that Atsuko "Akko" Kagari's idol, the renowned witch Shiny Chariot, said to her during a magic performance years ago. Since then, Akko has lived by these words and aspired to be a witch just like Shiny Chariot, one that can make people smile. Hence, even her non-magical background does not stop her from enrolling in Luna Nova Magical Academy. -- -- However, when an excited Akko finally sets off to her new school, the trip there is anything but smooth. After her perilous journey, she befriends the shy Lotte Yansson and the sarcastic Sucy Manbavaran. To her utmost delight, she also discovers Chariot's wand, the Shiny Rod, which she takes as her own. Unfortunately, her time at Luna Nova will prove to more challenging than Akko could ever believe. She absolutely refuses to stay inferior to the rest of her peers, especially to her self-proclaimed rival, the beautiful and gifted Diana Cavendish, so she relies on her determination to compensate for her reckless behavior and ineptitude in magic. -- -- In a time when wizardry is on the decline, Little Witch Academia follows the magical escapades of Akko and her friends as they learn the true meaning of being a witch. -- -- 485,065 7.88
Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha -- -- Seven Arcs -- 13 eps -- Original -- Action Comedy Drama Magic Super Power -- Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha -- Nanoha Takamachi, an ordinary third-grader who enjoys spending time with her family and friends, rescues an injured ferret that she had dreamed about the night before. The next day, the ferret cries out to her telepathically, asking Nanoha to save him. The ferret reveals himself to be Yuuno Scrya, a mage from another world who is trying to collect the dangerous 21 Jewel Seeds that he accidentally scattered across the world. He enlists Nanoha's help, gifting her the magical wand Raising Heart, and teaches her how to become a powerful mage. -- -- Days later, after reclaiming a few of the Jewel Seeds, another mage appears: Fate Testarossa. Stronger than Nanoha, Fate refuses to divulge her reasons in trying to collect the Jewel Seeds. Nanoha senses a melancholy in her eyes, but Fate refuses to communicate. Directed by Akiyuki Shinbo, Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha is a story about the clash of emotions when goals collide. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Geneon Entertainment USA -- TV - Oct 3, 2004 -- 89,879 7.42
Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha -- -- Seven Arcs -- 13 eps -- Original -- Action Comedy Drama Magic Super Power -- Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha -- Nanoha Takamachi, an ordinary third-grader who enjoys spending time with her family and friends, rescues an injured ferret that she had dreamed about the night before. The next day, the ferret cries out to her telepathically, asking Nanoha to save him. The ferret reveals himself to be Yuuno Scrya, a mage from another world who is trying to collect the dangerous 21 Jewel Seeds that he accidentally scattered across the world. He enlists Nanoha's help, gifting her the magical wand Raising Heart, and teaches her how to become a powerful mage. -- -- Days later, after reclaiming a few of the Jewel Seeds, another mage appears: Fate Testarossa. Stronger than Nanoha, Fate refuses to divulge her reasons in trying to collect the Jewel Seeds. Nanoha senses a melancholy in her eyes, but Fate refuses to communicate. Directed by Akiyuki Shinbo, Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha is a story about the clash of emotions when goals collide. -- -- TV - Oct 3, 2004 -- 89,879 7.42
Mahoutsukai Precure! -- -- Toei Animation -- 50 eps -- Original -- Action Slice of Life Magic Fantasy School Shoujo -- Mahoutsukai Precure! Mahoutsukai Precure! -- In the human realm, witches and wizards seem to be mere creations of fantasy. Ever the adventurous teenager, Mirai Asahina sets out to disprove this notion by following the tracks of a peculiar shooting star that had fallen the night before. Sure enough, Mirai soon has a chance encounter with Liko—a clumsy witch apprentice who hails from the Magic World, a colorful realm inhabited by magicians. -- -- As if by fate, the appearance of strange villains forces Mirai and Liko to join hands. In doing so, they unleash their strength as a pair of legendary magicians—the "Maho Girls Precure!" Now gifted with unbelievable power, the unlikely duo embarks on an adventure filled with magical spells and powerful gemstones. Along the way, the two girls discover the hidden marvels that tie their individual worlds together. -- -- 9,869 7.10
Malice@Doll -- -- - -- 3 eps -- Original -- Horror Psychological Sci-Fi -- Malice@Doll Malice@Doll -- Malice, a sex robot living in an abandoned human city, is assaulted and violated by a mysterious creature. Upon awakening, Malice finds out that she has become human and can pass on her humanity to her fellow machines. However, her gift soon becomes a curse when her fellow robots rage out of control after being exposed to the pleasures of life. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- OVA - Apr 27, 2001 -- 3,840 5.90
Miira no Kaikata -- -- 8bit -- 12 eps -- Web manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Supernatural -- Miira no Kaikata Miira no Kaikata -- High school student Sora Kashiwagi is accustomed to receiving bizarre presents from his father, who is on an expedition around the world. Unfortunately, these gifts have been nothing but nightmares. As a result, when his father sends him a huge package from Egypt, Sora prepares himself for the worst, only to be greeted by Mii-kun—a cute, pint-sized mummy! While initially wary, Sora soon learns that Mii-kun is harmless, a delicate creature yearning for attention. -- -- Throughout their amusing day-to-day lives, the unlikely pair meet other people with unique pets, while also strengthening their bond together. Although keeping a pet is a difficult task, Sora is set on caring for the lovable Mii-kun. -- -- 87,522 7.41
Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?: Onsen Manyuuki -- -- Diomedéa -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Fantasy Supernatural -- Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?: Onsen Manyuuki Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?: Onsen Manyuuki -- Izayoi, Asuka, and You have been invited to participate in a Gift-Game at a hot spring village to help the small community there find a new water source. -- -- OVA bundled with the eighth volume of the light novel. -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- OVA - Jul 20, 2013 -- 75,033 7.25
Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?: Onsen Manyuuki -- -- Diomedéa -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Fantasy Supernatural -- Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?: Onsen Manyuuki Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?: Onsen Manyuuki -- Izayoi, Asuka, and You have been invited to participate in a Gift-Game at a hot spring village to help the small community there find a new water source. -- -- OVA bundled with the eighth volume of the light novel. -- OVA - Jul 20, 2013 -- 75,033 7.25
Moyashimon Returns -- -- Shirogumi, Telecom Animation Film -- 11 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Supernatural School Seinen -- Moyashimon Returns Moyashimon Returns -- In the second season the story continues exactly where it left off previously. Professor Itsuki's Fermentation Cellar and laboratory is ready for operation and with Sawaki Tadayasu's unique gift to see and communicate with microbes to help, Itsuki's motley group of students begin to process different fermented products like soy sauce and sake. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- 22,523 7.22
Munou na Nana -- -- Bridge -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Psychological Shounen Super Power Supernatural Thriller -- Munou na Nana Munou na Nana -- Fifty years ago, horrific creatures dubbed as the "enemies of humanity" suddenly appeared around the world. To combat these threats, teenagers gifted with supernatural abilities called "Talents"—such as pyrokinesis and time travel—hone their powers at an academy on a secluded island. -- -- Nanao Nakajima, however, is quite different from the others on the island: he has no Talent. With many "Talented" teenagers around him, Nanao is often a target for bullying, but even so, he still strives to complete his training. Soon after, two transfer students, the mysterious Kyouya Onodera and the mind-reading Nana Hiiragi, join the class. But just as everyone starts blending as comrades-in-arms, mysterious disappearances begin to threaten the class's entire foundation. -- -- 185,964 7.28
Munou na Nana -- -- Bridge -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Psychological Shounen Super Power Supernatural Thriller -- Munou na Nana Munou na Nana -- Fifty years ago, horrific creatures dubbed as the "enemies of humanity" suddenly appeared around the world. To combat these threats, teenagers gifted with supernatural abilities called "Talents"—such as pyrokinesis and time travel—hone their powers at an academy on a secluded island. -- -- Nanao Nakajima, however, is quite different from the others on the island: he has no Talent. With many "Talented" teenagers around him, Nanao is often a target for bullying, but even so, he still strives to complete his training. Soon after, two transfer students, the mysterious Kyouya Onodera and the mind-reading Nana Hiiragi, join the class. But just as everyone starts blending as comrades-in-arms, mysterious disappearances begin to threaten the class's entire foundation. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 185,964 7.28
Mushishi Zoku Shou -- -- Artland -- 10 eps -- Manga -- Adventure Slice of Life Mystery Historical Supernatural Fantasy Seinen -- Mushishi Zoku Shou Mushishi Zoku Shou -- Perceived as strange and feared by man, over time the misshapen ones came to be known as Mushi. Although they harbor no ill intentions towards humans, many suffer from the side effects of their existence and strange nature; exploiting the Mushi without understanding them, even unintentionally, can lead to disaster and strife for any involved. Mushishi Zoku Shou continues the story of Mushishi Ginko on his journey to help the visible world to coexist with the Mushi. -- -- During his travels, Ginko discovers various gifted individuals—those cursed by circumstance and those maintaining a fragile symbiosis with the Mushi—inevitably confronting the question of whether humanity, talented and tortured alike, can manage the responsibility of the unseen. Moreover, as a Mushishi, Ginko must learn more about these strange beings and decide if he has the right to interfere with the complex relationships between Mushi and mankind. -- -- 235,521 8.72
Mushishi Zoku Shou -- -- Artland -- 10 eps -- Manga -- Adventure Slice of Life Mystery Historical Supernatural Fantasy Seinen -- Mushishi Zoku Shou Mushishi Zoku Shou -- Perceived as strange and feared by man, over time the misshapen ones came to be known as Mushi. Although they harbor no ill intentions towards humans, many suffer from the side effects of their existence and strange nature; exploiting the Mushi without understanding them, even unintentionally, can lead to disaster and strife for any involved. Mushishi Zoku Shou continues the story of Mushishi Ginko on his journey to help the visible world to coexist with the Mushi. -- -- During his travels, Ginko discovers various gifted individuals—those cursed by circumstance and those maintaining a fragile symbiosis with the Mushi—inevitably confronting the question of whether humanity, talented and tortured alike, can manage the responsibility of the unseen. Moreover, as a Mushishi, Ginko must learn more about these strange beings and decide if he has the right to interfere with the complex relationships between Mushi and mankind. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America -- 235,521 8.72
Oda Nobuna no Yabou -- -- Madhouse, Studio Gokumi -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Comedy Historical Romance -- Oda Nobuna no Yabou Oda Nobuna no Yabou -- High school student Yoshiharu Sagara wakes up and finds himself in the middle of a raging Sengoku period battle. He is saved by the legendary Hideyoshi Toyotomi, but at the cost of the hero's life. With his dying breath, the warrior pleads for Yoshiharu to become a feudal lord in his place. Now that the course of history has been changed, Yoshiharu pledges to keep the timeline from diverging any further. Yet, after rescuing Nobuna Oda—whom he discovers is actually the fabled Nobunaga Oda's female counterpart—Yoshiharu realizes he has been transported to an alternate reality where most of Japan's historical warlords are now cute girls! -- -- To set things right and find a way back home, Yoshiharu agrees to become one of Nobuna's retainers and assist her in a conquest of Japan. As Nobuna initiates her campaign, Yoshiharu discovers that the history he learned from playing the video game "Nobunaga's Ambition" allows him to predict future events and turn the tide of war. Using this invaluable gift to aid the Oda clan's beautiful generals, Yoshiharu hopes to help his new lord fulfill her dream and win the hearts of women everywhere. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Jul 9, 2012 -- 248,346 7.45
Pet -- -- Geno Studio -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Mystery Psychological Supernatural Seinen -- Pet Pet -- Despite endless research, the human mind remains a mystery to this day. Unknown to the public, there exist special individuals who are able to dive deep into the minds of people and even manipulate their memories. -- -- Gifted with this ability, Hiroki, Tsukasa, and Satoru are among those who use their power to commit crime under the orders of their leader, Katsuragi. The three step into the dangerous territory of the human mind in order to destroy their assigned targets while striving to keep their own minds and memories safe. -- -- 76,808 6.47
Plastic Memories -- -- Doga Kobo -- 13 eps -- Original -- Sci-Fi Drama Romance -- Plastic Memories Plastic Memories -- Eighteen-year-old Tsukasa Mizugaki has failed his college entrance exams, but after pulling some strings, he manages to land a job at the Sion Artificial Intelligence Corporation. SAI Corp is responsible for the creation of "Giftias"—highly advanced androids which are almost indiscernible from normal humans. However, unlike humans, Giftias have a maximum lifespan of 81,920 hours, or around nine years and four months. Terminal Service One, the station Tsukasa was assigned to, is responsible for collecting Giftias that have met their expiration date, before they lose their memories and become hostile. -- -- Promptly after joining Terminal Service One, Tsukasa is partnered with a beautiful Giftia named Isla. She is a Terminal Service veteran and considered the best in Giftia retrievals, contrary to her petite figure and placid nature. Time is fleeting though, and Tsukasa must come to terms with his feelings for Isla before her time is up. No matter how much someone desires it, nothing lasts forever. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America -- 687,455 7.93
Psychic Academy -- -- E&G Films -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Romance Supernatural -- Psychic Academy Psychic Academy -- Insecure Ai Shiomi begins attending the prestigous Psychic Academy for psychically gifted students, following in the footsteps of his legendary older brother. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Tokyopop -- TV - Mar 29, 2002 -- 10,088 6.24
Rail Wars! -- -- Passione -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Action Harem Police Ecchi -- Rail Wars! Rail Wars! -- Rail Wars! takes place in an alternate universe where the Japanese government remains in control of the nation's railway systems. Because of the stability afforded by the leadership of the government, the railway system is allowed to flourish. -- -- Naoto Takayama aspires to become an employee for Japan National Railways because of the comfortable life that it will enable him to live. In order to accomplish this he enters its training program, where students must demonstrate their knowledge of trains as well as their ability to be ready for any challenge that might arise. -- -- During this time period he will encounter other students such as the athletically gifted Aoi Sakura, the constantly hungry Sho Iwaizumi, and the human encyclopedia Haruka Komi. Together they will work towards surviving their trainee period, all the while taking on purse snatchers, bomb threats, and the looming specter of the extremist “RJ” group who wants to privatize the railway system. -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Jul 4, 2014 -- 172,395 6.40
Reideen -- -- Production I.G -- 26 eps -- - -- Action Mecha Sci-Fi -- Reideen Reideen -- Saiga is a normal high school student with a gift in mathematics. His daily routine is disrupted when his family gets news that his Father's remains have been discovered—a noted archeologist and researcher who had gone missing while exploring a site many years before. Among his remains were notes and artifacts that needed to be identified by the family near a notable triangular mountain in Japan known as "Japan's pyramid", a place suspected by some to be man-made. A meteor containing a strange robotic lifeform falls from the sky and begins to cause destruction, putting Saiga in danger and causing a mysterious bracelet from his father's research to activate and merge him with an ancient robot burried within the pyramid—a robot the runes describe as Reideen. It is now up to Saiga and guardian Reideen to fight against this unknown alien threat from the sky. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Feb 4, 2007 -- 7,753 6.56
Renmei Kuugun Koukuu Mahou Ongakutai Luminous Witches -- -- Shaft -- ? eps -- Original -- Military Sci-Fi Music Magic Ecchi -- Renmei Kuugun Koukuu Mahou Ongakutai Luminous Witches Renmei Kuugun Koukuu Mahou Ongakutai Luminous Witches -- These are witches who defend everyone's smiles and fight enemies through the healing power of music. These witches, opposite of those in the defense fleet, are idols known as the Music Squadron. -- -- (Source: MAL News) -- TV - ??? ??, 2021 -- 5,971 N/A -- -- Code:Realize - Sousei no Himegimi - Set a Thief to Catch a Thief -- -- M.S.C -- 1 ep -- Visual novel -- Military Harem Historical Romance Fantasy Josei -- Code:Realize - Sousei no Himegimi - Set a Thief to Catch a Thief Code:Realize - Sousei no Himegimi - Set a Thief to Catch a Thief -- It has been a month since London was struck with tragedy, and a ceremony symbolizing peace and restoration will soon be held. In light of these events, Arsène Lupin plans to throw a party for Cardia Beckford to honor the fulfillment of her wish. Lupin sets out on a search for the perfect gift to offer her; however, he finds himself caught up in the theft of a valuable jewel, and he is framed and believed to be the culprit. With Lupin locked behind bars, his friends work along with Cardia and an unexpected ally to clear Lupin's name and find the real perpetrators behind the heist. -- -- OVA - May 17, 2018 -- 5,867 6.74
Rockman.EXE -- -- Xebec -- 56 eps -- Game -- Action Game Sci-Fi Adventure Comedy Mecha Shounen -- Rockman.EXE Rockman.EXE -- In the year of 20XX, a young boy by the name of Netto Hikari receives a very special gift as he enters the 5th grade. His very own customized net navi, Rockman! Despite Rockman's small size and far more responsible personality, the two boys quickly become the best of friends. A net navi is designed to guide his operator from the inside of his or her PErsonal Terminal, or simply PET for short. Children and adults alike enjoy friendly "Net Battles", where they spar their navis against each other to prove their worth. -- -- (Source: Official Site) -- -- Licensor: -- VIZ Media -- 32,304 6.93
Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan 2 -- -- Egg Firm, J.C.Staff -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Supernatural School Shounen -- Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan 2 Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan 2 -- The disastrous life of the gifted psychic Kusuo Saiki continues, despite his utmost effort to live an ordinary life. Although he has certainly grown accustomed to dealing with his troublesome friends—who are his biggest hurdle to achieving a peaceful life—he still has a long way to go. Also joining the usual oddballs are a few new faces whose shenanigans add to Saiki's misery, making his dreams of a hassle-free life a distant fantasy. -- -- 385,115 8.46
Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan -- -- Egg Firm, J.C.Staff -- 120 eps -- Manga -- Comedy School Shounen Slice of Life Supernatural -- Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan -- To the average person, psychic abilities might seem a blessing; for Kusuo Saiki, however, this couldn't be further from the truth. Gifted with a wide assortment of supernatural abilities ranging from telepathy to x-ray vision, he finds this so-called blessing to be nothing but a curse. As all the inconveniences his powers cause constantly pile up, all Kusuo aims for is an ordinary, hassle-free life—a life where ignorance is bliss. -- -- Unfortunately, the life of a psychic is far from quiet. Though Kusuo tries to stay out of the spotlight by keeping his powers a secret from his classmates, he ends up inadvertently attracting the attention of many odd characters, such as the empty-headed Riki Nendou and the delusional Shun Kaidou. Forced to deal with the craziness of the people around him, Kusuo comes to learn that the ordinary life he has been striving for is a lot more difficult to achieve than expected. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 660,572 8.44
Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan: Ψ-shidou-hen -- -- Egg Firm, J.C.Staff -- 6 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Supernatural School Shounen -- Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan: Ψ-shidou-hen Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan: Ψ-shidou-hen -- Kusuo Saiki is a high school student who possesses a wide range of psychic abilities. While many may believe these abilities to be a gift, to Kusuo, they are a curse as he must fight strange odds in order to try to live a normal life. Forced to use his psychic powers to protect his secret or to make up for his father's incompetence at work, will Saiki eventually come to realize how his powers can actually help his friends and family? -- -- ONA - Dec 30, 2019 -- 123,871 8.13
Saishuu Heiki Kanojo -- -- Gonzo -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Drama Military Romance School Sci-Fi -- Saishuu Heiki Kanojo Saishuu Heiki Kanojo -- Chise is an ordinary schoolgirl: small, frail, and not particularly intelligent. Her greatest joy is her budding romance with her classmate and childhood friend, Shuuji. They both live in a small military town in Hokkaido, where high schoolers have few concerns other than who is dating whom and complaining about the steep climb up "Hell Hill" every day before school. -- -- One day, Shuuji and his friends make a trip to Sapporo to buy gifts for their girlfriends. A massive air raid on Sapporo that day kills thousands, including one of Shuuji's friends, and signals the beginning of a war. Fleeing from the carnage, Shuuji spots Chise, though now she has steel wings and a massive gun where her right arm should be. Against her will, she has been transformed into the ultimate cyborg weapon, capable of leveling entire cities. -- -- As the war rages closer and closer to their hometown, Chise and Shuuji's relationship is strained by her transformation, and they are left to wonder whether she is even still human. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks, VIZ Media -- TV - Jul 2, 2002 -- 84,240 7.17
Saishuu Heiki Kanojo -- -- Gonzo -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Drama Military Romance School Sci-Fi -- Saishuu Heiki Kanojo Saishuu Heiki Kanojo -- Chise is an ordinary schoolgirl: small, frail, and not particularly intelligent. Her greatest joy is her budding romance with her classmate and childhood friend, Shuuji. They both live in a small military town in Hokkaido, where high schoolers have few concerns other than who is dating whom and complaining about the steep climb up "Hell Hill" every day before school. -- -- One day, Shuuji and his friends make a trip to Sapporo to buy gifts for their girlfriends. A massive air raid on Sapporo that day kills thousands, including one of Shuuji's friends, and signals the beginning of a war. Fleeing from the carnage, Shuuji spots Chise, though now she has steel wings and a massive gun where her right arm should be. Against her will, she has been transformed into the ultimate cyborg weapon, capable of leveling entire cities. -- -- As the war rages closer and closer to their hometown, Chise and Shuuji's relationship is strained by her transformation, and they are left to wonder whether she is even still human. -- -- TV - Jul 2, 2002 -- 84,240 7.17
s.CRY.ed -- -- Sunrise -- 26 eps -- Original -- Action Sci-Fi Adventure Super Power Drama -- s.CRY.ed s.CRY.ed -- A strange environmental phenomenon 22 years ago in the Kanazawa prefecture caused the land to split and protrude upwards reaching unprecedented heights, creating the secluded area known as The Lost Ground. Kazuma is a young mercenary who lives in the Lost Ground, looking for any work he can find to sustain his livelihood within the harsh environment. He is one of the few people that are gifted with the Alter ability, which allows him to plaster his right arm and torso with a metallic alloy. When this mercenary encounters HOLY, an order whose purpose is to suppress and capture what they call Native Alter Users, and one of the elite members of HOLY, Ryuho, an epic rivalry begins. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- 73,269 7.37
s.CRY.ed -- -- Sunrise -- 26 eps -- Original -- Action Sci-Fi Adventure Super Power Drama -- s.CRY.ed s.CRY.ed -- A strange environmental phenomenon 22 years ago in the Kanazawa prefecture caused the land to split and protrude upwards reaching unprecedented heights, creating the secluded area known as The Lost Ground. Kazuma is a young mercenary who lives in the Lost Ground, looking for any work he can find to sustain his livelihood within the harsh environment. He is one of the few people that are gifted with the Alter ability, which allows him to plaster his right arm and torso with a metallic alloy. When this mercenary encounters HOLY, an order whose purpose is to suppress and capture what they call Native Alter Users, and one of the elite members of HOLY, Ryuho, an epic rivalry begins. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Entertainment, Discotek Media, Sentai Filmworks -- 73,269 7.37
Seishoujo Kantai Virgin Fleet -- -- AIC -- 3 eps -- - -- Fantasy Military School Sci-Fi -- Seishoujo Kantai Virgin Fleet Seishoujo Kantai Virgin Fleet -- In the pre-WWII era, Nakano Naval Academy's special school for girls is codenamed "Virgin Fleet". These girls are gifted with a special form of power known as "Virgin Energy". With the fear of another Russo-Japanese war imminent, rookie pilot Shiokaze Umino must hone her powers to save Japan from complete destruction. -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- -- Licensor: -- Central Park Media -- OVA - Apr 25, 1998 -- 1,719 5.23
Shihaisha no Tasogare -- -- Madhouse, Production Reed -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Sci-Fi Horror Demons Supernatural Drama Shoujo -- Shihaisha no Tasogare Shihaisha no Tasogare -- Since the beginning of time, monstrous Demons and noble Guardians have battled for Earth - the everlasting gift of the one great Mother, creator of all life. A deep hatred burns between Demon and Guardian; the Guardians prevented the Demons from destroying humanity and the world itself. -- -- Eons later, Neo-Shinjuku City: few Demons or Guardians remain to continue their epic war. Humans rule the Earth, with no real memory of either Demons or Guardians. Yet deep within the dark underworld of the city, one supreme Demon is alive and plotting to subjugate mankind. Only one Guardian is left to do battle, and the fate of the human race is at stake. -- -- Based on the Graphic Novel -- "Twilight of the Dark Master (Shihaisha no Tasogare)" (Shinshokan) by Saki Okuse -- -- (Source: DVD Back Cover) -- -- Licensor: -- Urban Vision -- OVA - Jan 21, 1998 -- 7,475 5.82
Shihaisha no Tasogare -- -- Madhouse, Production Reed -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Sci-Fi Horror Demons Supernatural Drama Shoujo -- Shihaisha no Tasogare Shihaisha no Tasogare -- Since the beginning of time, monstrous Demons and noble Guardians have battled for Earth - the everlasting gift of the one great Mother, creator of all life. A deep hatred burns between Demon and Guardian; the Guardians prevented the Demons from destroying humanity and the world itself. -- -- Eons later, Neo-Shinjuku City: few Demons or Guardians remain to continue their epic war. Humans rule the Earth, with no real memory of either Demons or Guardians. Yet deep within the dark underworld of the city, one supreme Demon is alive and plotting to subjugate mankind. Only one Guardian is left to do battle, and the fate of the human race is at stake. -- -- Based on the Graphic Novel -- "Twilight of the Dark Master (Shihaisha no Tasogare)" (Shinshokan) by Saki Okuse -- -- (Source: DVD Back Cover) -- OVA - Jan 21, 1998 -- 7,475 5.82
Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica -- -- Ginga Ya -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Drama Fantasy Music Romance School -- Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica -- Phoron Tatara's no ordinary musician. As one of the rare Dantists who can summon elder spirits using music called Commandia, his gift is so strong that his spirit partner is none other than the infamous Corticarte Apa Lagranges. Sure, she may look like a young girl in her human form, but you don't get nicknames like "The Crimson Annihilator" and "The Bloody Duchess" for sitting back and watching the daisies grow. -- -- Now, at the behest of the Tsuge Divine Music Player Office, this dynamic duet travels the continent of Polyphonica on Phoron's combination motorcycle/organ, following the song of the open road, orchestrating rescues and generally fixing whatever's baroque! Some musicians wait for a muse to hit them, but Phoron makes his work for scale! -- -- (Source: RightStuf) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Apr 4, 2007 -- 29,276 6.84
Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica -- -- Ginga Ya -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Drama Fantasy Music Romance School -- Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica -- Phoron Tatara's no ordinary musician. As one of the rare Dantists who can summon elder spirits using music called Commandia, his gift is so strong that his spirit partner is none other than the infamous Corticarte Apa Lagranges. Sure, she may look like a young girl in her human form, but you don't get nicknames like "The Crimson Annihilator" and "The Bloody Duchess" for sitting back and watching the daisies grow. -- -- Now, at the behest of the Tsuge Divine Music Player Office, this dynamic duet travels the continent of Polyphonica on Phoron's combination motorcycle/organ, following the song of the open road, orchestrating rescues and generally fixing whatever's baroque! Some musicians wait for a muse to hit them, but Phoron makes his work for scale! -- -- (Source: RightStuf) -- TV - Apr 4, 2007 -- 29,276 6.84
Tactics -- -- Studio Deen -- 25 eps -- Manga -- Mystery Comedy Historical Demons Supernatural Drama Shounen -- Tactics Tactics -- Ichinomiya Kantarou grew up with the ability to see demons, but was isolated and bullied by others who did not share the same gift. Instead, he became being friends with the demons, gaining a great attachment to their existence. One day, Kantarou was told about the strongest demon, the one known as the ogre-eating Tengu. Amazed by the news of his strength, Kantarou vowed to find this demon who was far stronger than any other, deciding to call him Haruka when he did so. Since this time, Kantarou searched far and wide for the ogre-eating Tengu with no luck, making his living by becoming a folklore writer and demon-buster. On a particular job, Kantarou had finally found news of a nearby shrine supposedly the place where the ogre-eating Tengu was sealed. -- -- Licensor: -- Manga Entertainment -- TV - Oct 6, 2004 -- 37,017 7.22
Tactics -- -- Studio Deen -- 25 eps -- Manga -- Mystery Comedy Historical Demons Supernatural Drama Shounen -- Tactics Tactics -- Ichinomiya Kantarou grew up with the ability to see demons, but was isolated and bullied by others who did not share the same gift. Instead, he became being friends with the demons, gaining a great attachment to their existence. One day, Kantarou was told about the strongest demon, the one known as the ogre-eating Tengu. Amazed by the news of his strength, Kantarou vowed to find this demon who was far stronger than any other, deciding to call him Haruka when he did so. Since this time, Kantarou searched far and wide for the ogre-eating Tengu with no luck, making his living by becoming a folklore writer and demon-buster. On a particular job, Kantarou had finally found news of a nearby shrine supposedly the place where the ogre-eating Tengu was sealed. -- TV - Oct 6, 2004 -- 37,017 7.22
THE iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls: Starlight Stage - Shinshun! Happy New Year Campaign -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Game -- Game Music -- THE iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls: Starlight Stage - Shinshun! Happy New Year Campaign THE iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls: Starlight Stage - Shinshun! Happy New Year Campaign -- A televised New Years commercial promoting the THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls - Starlight Stage (iOS/Android game) campaign starting the following day where you can receive 10 consecutive gifts in the gacha draw. The commercial opens with the girls listing off the best things to do for New Years. -- Special - Dec 31, 2017 -- 828 5.88
Tokyo ESP -- -- Xebec -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Sci-Fi Comedy Super Power Supernatural Shounen -- Tokyo ESP Tokyo ESP -- Rinka Urushiba works part time as a waitress to help out her unemployed father. By all accounts, her life in Tokyo is a relatively normal one—but her sense of normalcy begins to fade when she inexplicably sees a flying penguin one day. Chasing it all the way to the top of a building, she encounters more surprises, including flying goldfish and another person—a classmate named Kyoutarou Azuma—who can also see these strange things. After Rinka passes out when a goldfish phases through her, she wakes up an esper with the ability to phase her body through solid matter. -- -- However, her newfound ability is not the only strange thing about her: when she uses her powers, her hair turns white. Deciding reluctantly to use this new gift to help the city, she becomes Tokyo's new hero, dubbed the "White Girl." Along with Kyoutarou, who gained the power of teleportation, Rinka begins righting the wrongs in the city while fighting other espers who have much less noble intentions. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- TV - Jul 12, 2014 -- 151,358 6.57
Tokyo ESP -- -- Xebec -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Sci-Fi Comedy Super Power Supernatural Shounen -- Tokyo ESP Tokyo ESP -- Rinka Urushiba works part time as a waitress to help out her unemployed father. By all accounts, her life in Tokyo is a relatively normal one—but her sense of normalcy begins to fade when she inexplicably sees a flying penguin one day. Chasing it all the way to the top of a building, she encounters more surprises, including flying goldfish and another person—a classmate named Kyoutarou Azuma—who can also see these strange things. After Rinka passes out when a goldfish phases through her, she wakes up an esper with the ability to phase her body through solid matter. -- -- However, her newfound ability is not the only strange thing about her: when she uses her powers, her hair turns white. Deciding reluctantly to use this new gift to help the city, she becomes Tokyo's new hero, dubbed the "White Girl." Along with Kyoutarou, who gained the power of teleportation, Rinka begins righting the wrongs in the city while fighting other espers who have much less noble intentions. -- -- TV - Jul 12, 2014 -- 151,358 6.57
Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou -- -- AIC Spirits, BeSTACK -- 14 eps -- Game -- Action Horror Supernatural Drama Martial Arts Fantasy School -- Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou -- Something evil is stirring in the shadows of Tokyo... -- -- During the spring of his senior year in high school, quiet Tatsuma Hiyuu transfers to Magami Academy in Shinjuku. The mysterious boy's "outsider" status and his profound skills in martial arts quickly earn him the friendship of class delinquent Kyouichi Houraiji. Through an uncanny connection and a happenstance challenge, he also meets Yuuya Daigo of the wrestling club, the captain of the girls' archery club, Komaki Sakurai, and Aoi Misato, the Student Council President. -- -- During their encounter, there is a sudden, harsh disruption of the Ryumyaku (literally Dragon Pulse, otherwise known as Dragon Vein or Dragon Stream), the flow of arcane energy. The surge awakens within the five teenagers a latent power, giving them each a supernatural ability. Enlightened to their newly acquired gifts by Hisui, the young heir of the Kisaragi Clan who maintains his family's antiques shop - as well as their duty to protect Tokyo from Oni (demons) - the Magami students decide to use their power to protect the city from the onslaught of dark forces. -- -- Battling the demons alongside Hisui Kisaragi, the five unlikely friends discover that they may have to face a greater threat to Tokyo other than destroying a few malevolent, random monsters. The Ryumyaku had been disrupted by force, from someone invoking the Dark Arts - and that person has a wicked desire to unleash a long-dead evil. -- -- Can the teenagers overcome their own fears and flaws to fight against the Dark Arts? And soon they will also have to face their own destinies as they discover their Stars of Fate. -- -- This anime is based on a manga, which was based on the Nintendo role-playing video game originally released in 1998. -- 69,395 7.14
Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou -- -- AIC Spirits, BeSTACK -- 14 eps -- Game -- Action Horror Supernatural Drama Martial Arts Fantasy School -- Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou -- Something evil is stirring in the shadows of Tokyo... -- -- During the spring of his senior year in high school, quiet Tatsuma Hiyuu transfers to Magami Academy in Shinjuku. The mysterious boy's "outsider" status and his profound skills in martial arts quickly earn him the friendship of class delinquent Kyouichi Houraiji. Through an uncanny connection and a happenstance challenge, he also meets Yuuya Daigo of the wrestling club, the captain of the girls' archery club, Komaki Sakurai, and Aoi Misato, the Student Council President. -- -- During their encounter, there is a sudden, harsh disruption of the Ryumyaku (literally Dragon Pulse, otherwise known as Dragon Vein or Dragon Stream), the flow of arcane energy. The surge awakens within the five teenagers a latent power, giving them each a supernatural ability. Enlightened to their newly acquired gifts by Hisui, the young heir of the Kisaragi Clan who maintains his family's antiques shop - as well as their duty to protect Tokyo from Oni (demons) - the Magami students decide to use their power to protect the city from the onslaught of dark forces. -- -- Battling the demons alongside Hisui Kisaragi, the five unlikely friends discover that they may have to face a greater threat to Tokyo other than destroying a few malevolent, random monsters. The Ryumyaku had been disrupted by force, from someone invoking the Dark Arts - and that person has a wicked desire to unleash a long-dead evil. -- -- Can the teenagers overcome their own fears and flaws to fight against the Dark Arts? And soon they will also have to face their own destinies as they discover their Stars of Fate. -- -- This anime is based on a manga, which was based on the Nintendo role-playing video game originally released in 1998. -- -- Licensor: -- ADV Films, Funimation -- 69,395 7.14
Touch -- -- Gallop, Group TAC, Studio Junio -- 101 eps -- Manga -- Sports Romance School Drama Slice of Life Shounen -- Touch Touch -- The story centers around three characters—Uesugi Kazuya, his twin older brother Tatsuya, and Asakura Minami. Kazuya is the darling of his town as he's talented, hardworking, and the ace pitcher for his middle school baseball team. Tatsuya is a hopeless slacker who's been living the life of giving up the spotlight to Kazuya, despite the fact that he may be more gifted than him. Minami is the beautiful childhood girlfriend and for all intents, sister from next door who treats both of them as equals. Society largely assumes Kazuya and Minami will become the perfect couple, including Tatsuya. Yet as time progresses, Tatsuya grows to realize that he's willing to sacrifice anything for the sake of his brother, except at the expense of giving up Minami to Kazuya. And thus the story is told of Tatsuya trying to prove himself over his established younger brother, how it affects the relationship between the three, and both brothers' attempts to make Minami's lifelong dreams come true. -- 27,856 8.02
Umi ga Kikoeru -- -- J.C.Staff, Studio Ghibli -- 1 ep -- Novel -- Drama Romance School Slice of Life -- Umi ga Kikoeru Umi ga Kikoeru -- In the city of Kouchi, high school student Taku Morisaki is going about his work when his friend Yutaka Matsuno calls and asks him to get to their school as soon as possible. Taku arrives, and Matsuno introduces him to Rikako Muto, a beautiful girl from Tokyo who recently transferred to their school. Although Rikako is academically and athletically gifted, her generally unpleasant attitude leaves her with virtually no friends outside of Matsuno and another girl from her class. -- -- After a chance encounter during their class trip, Taku suddenly finds himself more involved in Rikako's personal life, much to Matsuno's dismay. Struggling to balance his friendship with Matsuno and his own budding infatuation for Rikako, Taku must come to terms with his feelings and understand how a girl with a troubled past is having such a massive effect on his life. -- -- -- Licensor: -- GKIDS -- Special - May 5, 1993 -- 83,670 6.59
Umi ga Kikoeru -- -- J.C.Staff, Studio Ghibli -- 1 ep -- Novel -- Drama Romance School Slice of Life -- Umi ga Kikoeru Umi ga Kikoeru -- In the city of Kouchi, high school student Taku Morisaki is going about his work when his friend Yutaka Matsuno calls and asks him to get to their school as soon as possible. Taku arrives, and Matsuno introduces him to Rikako Muto, a beautiful girl from Tokyo who recently transferred to their school. Although Rikako is academically and athletically gifted, her generally unpleasant attitude leaves her with virtually no friends outside of Matsuno and another girl from her class. -- -- After a chance encounter during their class trip, Taku suddenly finds himself more involved in Rikako's personal life, much to Matsuno's dismay. Struggling to balance his friendship with Matsuno and his own budding infatuation for Rikako, Taku must come to terms with his feelings and understand how a girl with a troubled past is having such a massive effect on his life. -- -- Special - May 5, 1993 -- 83,670 6.59
Umi no Yami, Tsuki no Kage -- -- Magic Bus -- 3 eps -- Manga -- Horror Super Power Drama Romance Shoujo -- Umi no Yami, Tsuki no Kage Umi no Yami, Tsuki no Kage -- Ruka and Rumi Kobayakawa are twin sisters in love with the same man, athletic upperclassman Katsuyuki Touma. Rumi seems supportive of Ruka's fledgling romance with Katsuyuki, until the twins are infected with a strange bacterium that transforms Rumi's personality and gifts the twins with terrifying psychic powers. Now Rumi will stop at nothing - or no one, that gets between her and Katsuyuki, including her own twin sister... -- -- (Source: ANN) -- OVA - Oct 14, 1989 -- 1,341 5.96
Wonder Beat Scramble -- -- Mushi Production -- 26 eps -- - -- Action Space Sci-Fi -- Wonder Beat Scramble Wonder Beat Scramble -- In 2119, the spaceship Green Sleeves found 3 planets attacked by X23, a moving planet heading Earth. The Earth government ordered Green Sleeves to attack X23, but Dr. Sugita, the captain of Green Sleeves, refused because he believed they could co-exist. Then, the communication with Green Sleeves was cut abruptly... -- -- In 2121, Susumu, the son of Dr. Sugita, is visited by strangers. The take him to Dr. Miya, one of the few supporters to Dr. Sugita's decision, while most blamed him as a traitor. Dr. Miya recommends Susumu to join White Pegasus, a team of special medical recuers. Their Micronizer System can shrink human so that they can cure from the inside of the body. Shortly afterwards, X23 has come in visual range at last. Hues - the aliens of X23 - choose Susumu's friend as their first target. Susumu and the other members of White Pegasus manage to defeat Hues inside of his body. But Susumu finds the signals emitted from the chips within Hues are the music composed by himself and his mother, as a gift to Dr. Sugita... -- -- (Source: sazuma.com) -- TV - Apr 16, 1986 -- 855 6.50
Yakunara Mug Cup mo -- -- Nippon Animation -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life -- Yakunara Mug Cup mo Yakunara Mug Cup mo -- The city of Tajimi, located in the southern part of Gifu Prefecture, Japan, is famous for Mino earthenware. The city is dotted with historical pottery producers and ceramic art museums. It has facilities where you can try your hand at making pottery, and many restaurants that serve food on Minoware dishes. -- -- The story begins when a high school girl moves to a shopping street in Tajimi. Many encounters await her, friends, town folk, ceramic art, etc. What will she discover in a town famous for ceramic? -- -- (Source: Official Manga Website) -- 23,202 6.72
Young Black Jack -- -- Tezuka Productions -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Historical Drama Seinen -- Young Black Jack Young Black Jack -- In the 1960s, a gifted young medical student tries to make a name for himself. Kuroo Hazama is a reserved young man with unusual black-and-white hair, a body covered with scars, and a dark past. Despite only being a medical student, his surgical brilliance starts to attract attention after he completes a seemingly impossible operation. Together with the spirited and honest intern Maiko Okamoto and Yabu, a close friend with a troubled life, Hazama devotes himself to the world of medicine. -- -- However, his path to becoming a respectable surgeon is a difficult one as student riots, war, and corruption are consuming Japan. Hazama quickly finds himself caught up in a series of nefarious circumstances that challenge his integrity as a person and his path towards becoming a surgeon. Young Black Jack chronicles the story of a man capable of performing unthinkable feats of medicine, and the journey that leads him to become the legend known as Black Jack. -- -- 72,784 7.24
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Aarn Wergifker
Acacia longifolia
Acer crataegifolium
A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector
Acis longifolia
Acleris strigifera
Acokanthera oblongifolia
A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!
Acronychia oblongifolia
Adam Gifford, Lord Gifford
lfgifu
lfgifu of Exeter
lfgifu of Northampton
lfgifu of Shaftesbury
lfgifu of York
lfgifu, wife of Eadwig
thelgifu, abbess of Shaftesbury
Agave longiflora
A Gifted Man
A Gift (film)
A Gift from a Flower to a Garden
A Gift from Bob
A Gift from Earth
A Gift from the Culture
A Gift of Dragons
A Gift of Love
A Gift of Love: Sifar
A Gift to Last
A Gift to Young Housewives
Agnew Giffard
Agrotis giffardi
Air and Simple Gifts
Alangium longiflorum
Albert Egges van Giffen
Alden I. Gifford
Alexander Gifford
Algific talus slope
Alma Beatriz Rengifo
Alnus oblongifolia
Alternative Gifts
Alternative Gifts International
Amblycorypha oblongifolia
Ambrose Hardinge Giffard
Ammocharis longifolia
A Mother's Gift
Andrew Gifford
Andrew Nash Gifford
Anna Marcella Giffard
Anpachi, Gifu
Anthony Gifford, 6th Baron Gifford
Aphelia plagiferana
Arnica longifolia
Artemisia longifolia
Arthur Cushman McGiffert
Asclepias longifolia
Asimina longifolia
Asplenium oblongifolium
Asterix and Caesar's Gift
A Substantial Gift (The Broken Promise)
A. T. Gifford
A Time of Gifts
Aveton Gifford
A War of Gifts: An Ender Story
Baillie Gifford
Baillie Gifford Japan Trust
Baillie Gifford Prize
Banksia oblongifolia
Barony and Castle of Giffen
Battle of Gifu Castle
Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development
Benjamin Gifford
Bertha Gifford
Beyond the Valley of the Gift Police
Billardiera longiflora
Bir Gifgafa Airfield
Bjurkers GIF
Bollns GIF
Bollns GIF Fotboll
Bonanza Gift Shop
Bonaventure Giffard
Bouvardia longiflora
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy
Breynia oblongifolia
Brian Giffey
Brickellia longifolia
Brickellia oblongifolia
Broughton Gifford
Caladenia longifimbriata
Calamovilfa longifolia
Camel spongiform encephalopathy
Capnodium mangiferae
Caprimulgiformes
Cassidy Gifford
Catasetum longifolium
Cephalanthera longifolia
Cercospora mangiferae
Csar Rengifo
Chaplet in Honour of the Holy Spirit and His Seven Gifts
Charitable gift annuity
Charles Alling Gifford
Charles Gifford
Charles Gifford (astronomer)
Charles Gifkins
Charles K. Gifford
Charles L. Gifford
Chris Gifford
Chris Gifford (writer)
Christmas Gift
Christmas gift
Christmas Gift (album)
Christmas gift-bringer
Christmas Gift (EP)
Christmas gift (exclamation)
Christmas Gift of the Year
Christmas: Our Gifts to You
Cladonia rangiferina
Claoxylon longifolium
Clermontia oblongifolia
Coleophora strigiferella
Colin Gifford
College of God's Gift
College of Medical Sciences, Gifu University
Coluria longifolia
Conospermum longifolium
Coptotriche crataegifoliae
Crocus longiflorus
Crossotus strigifrons
Crowmarsh Gifford
Cryptolepis oblongifolia
Cyanea longiflora
Cyrtandra giffardii
Dacryodes longifolia
Dairy-ji (Gifu)
Daniel Giffard
Dave Giffard
David E. McGiffert
David Giffin
David Gifford Croll
David Lewis Gifford
Deed of gift
Deed of Gift of the America's Cup
Deinbollia oblongifolia
Dendrochilum longifolium
Denticularia mangiferae
Der Giftpilz
Diane McGifford
Dichomeris fungifera
Digifant engine management system
Digify (company)
Diplacus longiflorus
Diplomatic gift
Discounted gift trust
Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3
Drosera longifolia
Dr. William Gifford House
Duchy of Gifhorn
Dyschoriste oblongifolia
Eadgifu
Eadgifu of Kent
Eadgifu of Wessex
Edric Gifford, 3rd Baron Gifford
Education Program for Gifted Youth
Edward Gifford
Edward Winslow Gifford
Edwin Gifford
E-GIF
Eidi (gift)
Einstein's Gift
Elsino mangiferae
Emanuel Gifford
Emily Giffin
Emma Gifford
Empress Gifty
Ena District, Gifu
Ena, Gifu
Encephalartos longifolius
Epacris longiflora
Eremophila longifolia
Eriogonum longifolium
Eriogonum longifolium var. harperi
Eriogonum longifolium var. lindheimeri
Erygia plagifera
Esat Digifone licence controversy
Eucalyptus largiflorens
Eupithecia longifimbria
Eurycoma longifolia
Eurypygiformes
Eutropis rugifera
Euxoa rugifrons
Exit Through the Gift Shop
FAP Captain David Abensur Rengifo International Airport
FC Gifu
Five Great Gift Ideas from The Reels
Fletcherana giffardi
Fonthill Gifford
Frank Gifford
Fred Giffin
Froebel gifts
Gabby Giffords
Gabriel's Gift
Gay Dolphin Gift Cove
Geissomeria longiflora
Gene Gifford
George Giffard
George Giffen
George Gifford
George Gifford (died 1557)
George Markham Giffard
Grard Gifuza
Gero, Gifu
Geschenk des Augenblicks Gift of the Moment
GIF
Gifan-e Bala
Gifan-e Pain
Gifar
GIFAS
Giff
Giffard
Giffard Le Quesne Martel
Giffen good
Giffers
Giffgaff
Giffnock
Giffnock Synagogue
Giffoni
Giffoni Film Festival
Giffoni Sei Casali
Giffoni Valle Piana
Gifford
Gifford A. Cochran
Gifford baronets
Gifford Beal
Gifford Covered Bridge
GiffordDavidson House
Gifford, East Lothian
Gifford, Florida
Gifford Fox
Gifford House
Gifford, Illinois
GiffordInchelium ferry
Giffordland
Gifford Lectures
Gifford Miller
Gifford, New York
Gifford Nielsen
Gifford Observatory
Gifford Palgrave
Gifford Pinchot
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Giffords Circus
Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence
Gifford, South Carolina
Gifford Springs, California
Gifford S. Robinson
GiffordWalker Farm
Giff Roux
Giff Vivian
Gifhorn
Gifhorn Castle
Gifhorn (district)
Gifhorn Peine
Gifi Fields
GIF Nike
Gif-sur-Yvette
GiFT
Gift
Gift (1966 film)
Gift Aid
Gift Banda
Gift basket
Gift basket diplomacy
Gift book
Gift card
GiftCards.com
GIFT Diamond Tower
Gift (disambiguation)
Gift economy
Gifted (2003 film)
Gifted art
Gifted Child Quarterly
Gifted Child Today
Gifted (disambiguation)
Gifted education
Gifted Education Centre
Gifted education in Georgia
Gifted Education Resource Institute, Purdue University
Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story
Gifted pull-out
Gifted Rating Scales
Gifted (Singaporean TV series)
Gifted (song)
Gift-exchange game
Gift from Hijaz
Gift from SG Wannabe
Gift from the Gods
Giftgas
Gift Horse
Gift Horse (film)
Gifting remittances
Gift (Kanjani Eight EP)
Gift Lake Metis Settlement
Gift (law)
Gift Muzadzi
Gift of a Lifetime
Gift of Christmas
Gift of Faith
Gift offering
Gift of Gab
Gift of Gab (film)
Gift of Gab (rapper)
Gift of Life Marrow Registry
Gift of Love
Gift of Love (disambiguation)
Gift of miracles
Gift of Screws
Gift of the Givers
Gift of the Holy Ghost
Gift of the Night Fury
Gifton Noel-Williams
Giftpia
Gift register
Gift registry
Gifts Differing
Gifts from Enola
Gift shop
Gifts in kind
Gifts (novel)
Gifts of Deceit
Gifts of healing
Gifts of the Spirit in Mormonism
Gifts of Unknown Things
Gift (song)
Gift suite
Gift Tax Act, 1958
Gift to the World
Gift Trap
Gift (TV series)
GIFT University
Gift (visual novel)
Gift Wrapped
Gift Wrapped 20 Songs That Keep on Giving!
Gift Wrapped (film)
Gift Wrapped (game show)
Gift Wrapped Vol. II
Gift wrapping
Gift wrapping algorithm
Gifty Addy
Gifty Ayew Asare
Gifty Eugenia Kwofie
Gifty Klenam
Gifu
Gifu Air Field
Gifu at-large district
Gifu Bus
Gifu Castle
Gifu City Museum of History
Gifu City Tower 43
Gifu fans
Gifu Junior College of Health Science
Gifu Kyoritsu University
Gifu lanterns
Gifu Nagaragawa Stadium
Gifu Prefecture
Gifu Seiryu Half Marathon
Gifu Shotoku Gakuen University
Gifu umbrellas
Girlguiding BGIFC
Glenea plagifera
God's Gift
God's Gift: 14 Days
God's Gift (soundtrack)
Godfrey Giffard
Godgifu
Godgifu, daughter of thelred the Unready
Gdo, Gifu
Goodyera oblongifolia
Gordon Giffin
Grace Gifford
Grahame McGifford
Graham Giffard
Grandma's Gifts
Greek gift sacrifice
Greeks bearing gifts
Green gifting
Greeting-gift (Shulmani)
Greg F. Gifune
Grevillea longifolia
Groes Moor (near Gifhorn)
Guj District, Gifu
Guj, Gifu
Handover Gifts Museum of Macao
Hannah's Gift: Lessons from a Life Fully Lived
Hardinge Giffard, 1st Earl of Halsbury
Harold Gifford
Harpagifer
Harry Gifford
Hashima District, Gifu
Hashima, Gifu
Heil- und Giftpflanzengarten der Tierrztlichen Hochschule Hannover
Helianthus longifolius
Heliomeris longifolia
Hellinsia longifrons
Henri Giffard
Henry Gifford
Herem (priestly gift)
Hernn Rengifo
Hestia longifolia
Hetaeria oblongifolia
Hibiscadelphus giffardianus
Hichis, Gifu
Hida, Gifu
Higashishirakawa, Gifu
Highly Gifted Magnet
His Last Gift
Hjrnarps GIF
HMCS Giffard (K402)
HMS Gifford
Home Interiors and Gifts
Homeobox protein TGIF1
Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education
Hosackia oblongifolia
Houstonia longifolia
Hugh de Giffard
Humboldt's Gift
H. W. B. Gifford
Hypocrita plagifera
Hypocrita strigifera
Ibi District, Gifu
Iniopterygiformes
Inocarpus fagifer
Intellectual giftedness
Intro The Gift Recordings
Ipomopsis longiflora
Isabella Gifford
Isodendrion longifolium
Istaria: Chronicles of the Gifted
It's a Gift
Izipho Zam (My Gifts)
Jack Gifford
James Giffen
James McGiffen
Jassie Gift
Jemini the Gifted One
Jill Ross-Giffen
Johncouchia mangiferae
John Giffard
John Giffard (16021665)
John Giffard, 1st Baron Giffard
John Gifford
John Gifford Bellett
John Whitgift
John Whitgift Academy
Josep Mis Gifre
Journal for the Education of the Gifted
Jzai-ji (Gifu)
Kakamigahara, Gifu
Kaloula rugifera
Kani, Gifu
Kan man gifta sig i jeans?
Kasamatsu, Gifu
Kathie Lee Gifford
Kawashima, Gifu
Keith Giffen
KGIF (FM)
Khudgifi Bolo
Labeobarbus longifilis
Lgifrance
Lenart Regional Gifted Center
Lepidochrysops longifalces
Libya Center for Gifted Students
Lilium longiflorum
Lindome GIF
List of Caprimulgiformes by population
List of Christmas and winter gift-bringers by country
List of cities in Gifu Prefecture by population
List of gifted and talented programmes
List of Historic Sites of Japan (Gifu)
List of mergers in Gifu Prefecture
List of The Gifted characters
Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts
Lomandra longifolia
Longifolene synthase
Lophoplusia giffardi
Lord Gifford
Love Is the Gift
Love Never Fails (Kathie Lee Gifford song)
Lupinus longifolius
Madhuca longifolia
Madom da Sgif
Mangifera altissima
Mangifera austro-indica
Mangifera caesia
Mangifera casturi
Mangifera foetida
Mangifera gedebe
Mangifera indica
Mangifera odorata
Mangifera pajang
Mangifera quadrifida
Mangifera rufocostata
Mangiferin
Mashita District, Gifu
Meih, Gifu
Meliola mangiferae
Mentha longifolia
Mentha longifolia var. asiatica
Mertensia longiflora
Mertensia oblongifolia
Michael Giffin
Michael Gifford
Microsoft GIF Animator
Mino, Gifu
Minokamo, Gifu
Mirabilis longiflora
Mizuho, Gifu
Mizunami, Gifu
Moiss Benzaqun Rengifo Airport
Monoon longifolium
Mordechai Gifter
Motosu, Gifu
Motosu, Gifu (town)
Mount Kinka (Gifu)
Mustilia sphingiformis gerontica
My Gift
My Gift Is You
My Gift to You
My Little Pony: Best Gift Ever
Nagif Hamzayev
Nakatsugawa, Gifu
Nann, Gifu
NASA Gift Shop in Silicon Valley
Natalie McGiffert
National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth
National Use Your Gift Card Day
Neaeromya rugifera
Neurobathra strigifinitella
Nicotiana longiflora
Notelaea longifolia
Nothocestrum longifolium
Nuptial gift
Nykawa, Gifu
Ochrocarpos longifolius
Oidium mangiferae
Omiodes giffardi
no District, Gifu
no, Gifu
Organ gifting
Oroplema plagifera
Oscar S. Gifford
Parps GIF
Paralebeda plagifera
Parinari oblongifolia
Park Hill & Whitgift (ward)
Parting gift
Parting Gifts
Patagopterygiformes
Paternal Gift Farm, Maryland
Patricia Reilly Giff
PERMATApintar National Gifted Center
Persoonia longifolia
Pestalotiopsis mangiferae
Pete Giftopoulos
Petrophile longifolia
Phil Gifford
Philo McGiffin
Phyllonorycter fagifolia
Physalis longifolia
Pinguicula longifolia
Pittsburgh Gifted Center
Potentilla longifolia
Princess Mary Christmas gift box
Psammophis longifrons
Pseudobombax longiflorum
Pteris longifolia
Pterostylis longifolia
Pulmonaria longifolia
Qazi, Gifan
Quercus oblongifolia
Rangifer
Rangifer (constellation)
Rnneslvs GIF
Rapanea longifolia
Receiving the Gift of Flavor
RedditGifts
Reflections on a Gift of Watermelon Pickle... and other Modern Verse
Regift
Regifted
Regifugium
Richard Gifford
Rigifila
Rinzia longifolia
Robert C. Giffen
Robert Giffard de Moncel
Robert Giffen
Robert Gifford
Robert Gifford, 2nd Baron Gifford
Rohese Giffard
Roland Gift
Rosamond Gifford Zoo
Rosenbergiodendron longiflorum
Roy McGiffin
Rubus crataegifolius
Rumex longifolius
RX (The Gifted)
Saccopharyngiforms
Sakahogi, Gifu
Sakashita, Gifu
Sala's Gift
Sally Gifford
Sam Gifaldi
Sanford Robinson Gifford
Scadoxus longifolius
Schmerenbeck Educational Centre for Gifted and Talented Children
Scrobipalpa frugifera
Sekigahara, Gifu
Seki, Gifu
Senator Gifford
Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit
Shirakawa, Gifu (town)
Shirakawa, Gifu (village)
Shgen-ji (Gifu)
Shh-ji (Gifu)
Shkawa, Gifu
Sigifredo Lpez
Sigifredo Njera Talamantes
Simon Osborn Giffin
Simple Gifts
Simple Gifts (band)
Sixteen great gifts
Snappy Gifts
Sfuku-ji (Gifu)
Sollefte GIF
Songify the News
South Gifford, Missouri
Spacer GIF
Special Class for the Gifted Young
Speiredonia strigiformis
Spencer Gifts
Sphragifera
Sphragifera sigillata
Spinifex longifolius
Spiritual gift
Spongiforma squarepantsii
Stellaria longifolia
Stigmella crataegifoliella
Stiria rugifrons
Stoke Gifford depot
Supernatural gift
Susan Williams Gifford
Swainsona galegifolia
S.W. Randall Toyes and Giftes
Symphoricarpos longiflorus
Symphyotrichum oblongifolium
Tabidia strigiferalis
Tagifano So'Onalole
Takayama, Gifu
Talented and Gifted
Tnk, om jag gifter mig med prsten
Tarui, Gifu
Telphusa longifasciella
TGIF
TGIF2
TGIF (TV programming block)
The Andalite's Gift
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Winter: The Warmest Gift
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Your Ghost Is a Gift
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