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Few furnishings more concisely record the stresses and discordancies in a marriage.
And all this--where institutionalization is read without lament as a process of divergence, and identity's epistemic discordancies do not evoke a discriminating moral judgement when they are brought into critical view--is why (can you believe I am about to get to something sexier than the idea of internal critique?
For about fifteen years before James's Gifford Lectures, Binet, Janet, Breuer, Freud, and other psychologists had been charting the workings of the unconscious, and in speaking of "heterogeneous personality"--"a certain discordancy or heterogeneity in the native temperament of the subject, an incompletely unified moral and intellectual constitution"--James drew upon the wide range of discordancies they had examined.