can be summarized with this phrase. Whatever the origin of the "quote", the important aspect in it becomes clear when we look at the context these autors put it in. Frenczi writes thatwenn zwei Menschen sich begegnen . das Unbewute stets den Versuch der bertragung macht. [if two people meet .
Whether Freud ever "said" or wrote the exact words like Ferenczi gives them, is unclear. I cannot find any variation of the phrase in Freud's published works, which proves nothing, only that he might have used slightly different words than I can think of. But then he might have actually said them in a conversation or conference presentation , or Ferenczi might mean that Freud's views Puma Rihanna Burgundy
aiming it demands too much of applicants, that is valid. If your complaint, however, stems from a smug, petty conception of inadvertent reverse Puma Creepers White And Black racism then you should probably keep your thoughts to yourself. For an informed critique of Freud's comment and of psychoanalytic theory in general, see C. G. Jung, The Theory of Psychoanalysis (New York: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 1915). These provide plenty more context, though I'm not seeing a direct reference to the original source of the quote. Others, like Kaplan (1917), von Geijerstam (1920), or Jung (see Nick's answer), have used similar Puma Creepers Camo
the unconscious always attempts transference. ("There is no 'No' in the unconscious . the unconscious can only wish," says Freud. Puma Creepers Online
)]So apparently the idea expressed by Freud is that not only can the unconscious not do anything else than wish, it also must wish, always. Freud himself expressed his theory in the Interpretation of Dreams (1900, p. 573), where he writes of the unconscious,welches kein anderes Ziel seiner Arbeit als Wunscherfllung kennt und ber keine a.
phrases to summarize Freud's theory. The idea expressed in the "quote" must be older than Frenczi's publication from 1910, so it belongs to Freud's first "topography" of the psyche (Unconscious, Pre Conscious, Conscious) and does not related to the second (Id, Ego, Super Ego).