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Guilt: Ideas in Psychoanalysis
Kalu Singh (au)
A sense of guilt is a uniquely human experience, & a major theme in explorations of the human imagination. A sense of guilt in the real world would seem to be necessary to hold society together, but many people experience guilty feelings which cannot be explained in terms of their conscious values. Where do these feelings come from? Psychoanalysis suggests that the neurotic form of guilt has its origins in childhood & the ambivalent unconscious feelings the child has towards internal representations of parental figures. This concise book explains the analytic ideas involved, & illuminates the consequent adult states of mind generated by neurotic guilt & its effect on society & culture.
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