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And in the development of mankind as a whole, just as in individuals, love alone acts as a civilizing factor in the sense that it brings a change from egoism to altruism.
Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud
Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.
Carl Gustav Jung
Robin Williams
I have come to think of this humanist trend in psychology as a revolution in the truest, oldest sense of the word; the sense in which Galileo, Darwin, Einstein, Freud and Marx made revolutions, i.e. new ways of perceiving and thinking, new images of
Abraham Maslow
If a psychiatric and scientific inquiry were to be made upon our rulers, mankind would be appalled at the disclosures.
Alfred Korzybski
Alfred Korzybski
Alfred Korzybski
Alfred Korzybski
It seems to be my fate to discover only the obvious: that children have sexual feelings, which every nurse maid knows; and that the night dreams are just as much a wish fulfillment as day dreams.
Sigmund Freud
Let us repeat the two crucial negative premises as established firmly by all human experience: (1) Words are not the things we are speaking about; and (2) There is no such thing as an object in absolute isolation.
Alfred Korzybski
My psychology belongs to everyone.
Alfred Adler
No psychologist should pretend to understand what he does not understand... Only fools and charlatans know everything and understand nothing.
Anton Chekhov
Sensation tell us a thing is.
Thinking tell us what it is this thing is.
Feeling tells us what this thing is to us.
Carl Gustav Jung
Sigmund Freud
The purpose of psychology is to give us a completely different idea of the things we know best
Paul Valery
Those who love fairy-tales do not like it when people speak of the innate tendencies in mankind toward aggression, destruction, and, in addition, cruelty. God has made them in his own image, with his own perfections; no one wants to be reminded how hard it is to reconcile the undeniable existence-in spite of all the protestations of Christian Science-of evil with His omnipotence and supreme goodness.
Sigmund Freud
Thus, we see that one of the obvious origins of human disagreement lies in the use of noises for words.
Alfred Korzybski
To understand one's self is the classic form of consolation; to delude one's self is the romantic
George Santayana
We hate the criminal and deal severely with him, because we view in his deeds as in a distorting mirror our own criminal tendencies.
Sigmund Freud
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