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D'Arcy acknowledges that this occurs, though with extreme rarity. One negative
conclusion that our data, limited though they are, permit us to make with
considerable confidence is that the Freudian tendency to derive love from sex or
to identify ...
Although it was Freud (72) who originally confounded the two concepts, his
mistake has been so widely followed by psychoanalysts that they now
automatically look for motives no matter what change occurs, e.g., eczema,
gastric ulcer, slips of ...
Freud, S., Psychopathology of Everyday Life, Macmillan, 1914. 73. Freud, S.,
General Introduction to Psychoanalysis, Garden City, 1920. 74. Freud, S., Beyond
the Pleasure Principle, International Psychoanalytic Press, 1922. 75. Freud, S.
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