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    Two types of remorse are encountered in psychology. Narcissistically-based remorse, which derives from feelings of shame because of the belief that one, has not fulfilled his potential; and Superego-based remorse, which produces feelings of guilt, because of the knowledge of the his or her wrong doings. In superego-based remorse, there are many subcategories; self remorse, forced remorse, shallow remorse, as well as inward remorse. In the book the Scarlett Letter, Hester prim, who committed a…

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    Andrew Laeddis Essay

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    represent the id. The id, according to Freud, is the impulsive part of the human psyche. It is within our unconscious mind and is the part of our psyche that make irrational and quick decision based on wants and desires. Without the other two parts we would be impulsive and primitive as the id does not consider what is right and wrong. In the film Andrew Laeddis represents certain parts of the id while Dolores Chanal represents parts as well. A strong example of where Andrew represents the id is…

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    Diana Nyad Case Study

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    The following is a case study of Diana Nyad who is most known for being the first person confirmed to swim from Cuba to Florida. Diana Nyad suffered from sexual assault by the hands of her childhood coach. She channeled that energy into swimming developing a compulsive behavior that encouraged a self-inflicted torturous training. Nyad’s training resulted in breaking Penny Palfrey’s distance record for distance swimming. (“DianaNyad”Wikipedia.WikimediaFoundation,n.d.Web.) In this case history, I…

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    Eros And Thanatos

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    Id (Pleasure Principle) The most primal of the three components. This structure is completely unconscious and is only interested in instant indulgence of basic urges and desires. The id consist of two organic impulses which Freud refers to as Eros and Thanatos. Eros, also known as the “life instinct” incorporates sexual instincts, the drive to live and basic impulses such as thirst and hunger. These impulses are crucial to human race and to the survival of the individual. On the other hand…

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    Two types of remorse are encountered in psychology. Narcissistically-based remorse, which derives from feelings of shame because of the belief that one, has not fulfilled his potential; and Superego-based remorse, which produces feelings of guilt, because of the knowledge of the his or her wrong doings. In superego-based remorse, there are many subcategories; self remorse, forced remorse, shallow remorse, as well as inward remorse. In the book the Scarlett Letter, Hester prim, who committed a…

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    superego and the id, the ego is controlled by the reality principle; Ralph shows the most characteristics of the ego throughout the novel balancing the evil ideas of the id, from the views of superegos like Simon or Piggy. Henningfeld says in “An Overview of Lord of the Flies”, “Just as the superego must employ the ego to control the id, Piggy cannot control Jack on his own; he must rely on Ralph to do so.” This quote exemplifies the constant struggle between the superego and the id as they…

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    parts or layers, three to be exact. In the Lord of the Flies, William Golding uses psychological allegory to illustrate that people who are exposed to a society with no structure have their true human psyche comes out. This comes in these three forms: Id, Superego, and Ego. In Lord of the Flies, after the group of boys had been stranded on the island for a number of days, certain boys’ true personalities were revealed. One of these boys whose inner psyche is shown is the runt of the litter,…

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    three main characters take up. Which happen to be the id, the ego and the superego. Carmilla as the id, Laura as the ego, and Laura’s father as the superego. This shows us even through fiction, Freud’s ideas of how a person’s personality is made up can still be applied to literature. The id. The id works directly with the ego sometimes even referred to as the id-ego to achieve the id’s selfish desires and wants. We can see the id emerge when a baby is born. Not caring about any…

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    Ralph And Piggy Analysis

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    the mind is the battle between the unconscious id being driven by pleasure, the superego, which is the instinctive ethical choice, and the ego aiming to please both elements. William Golding, author of Lord of the Flies, depicts three characters, Jack, Ralph, and Piggy as each of the three personifications of Freud’s parts of the human psyche to show the conflict between the barbarism and rationality that the boys encounter throughout the story. The id, being power hungry and destructive…

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    In his Modernity and Its Discontents, Freud argues that human psyche is structured into three parts: id, ego, and superego. The id is the primitive part of human personality (I); it operates on the pleasure principle fulfilled by Eros (sexual love, desire for life) and Thanatos (aggressiveness, desire for death), regardless of the consequences (VI). However, civilization’s goal is to work in “the service of Eros, whose purpose is to combine single human individuals, and after that families, then…

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