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Freud is thus clear that while unrepressed sexuality begets neurotic individuals, whole civilizations "under the influence of cultural urges" will not experience "normative development" (Freud 1961: 91).
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In contrast, sublimation brings satisfaction to the ego's encounter with unrepressed instincts and memories through appeals to the reality principle.
I'll think about it," Ada said, standing up to leave and resisting the temptation to toss one of the exercise balls into the therapist's face--which this doctor might actually have taken as a good sign of unrepressed aggression, she realized.
Clearly, development's more indirect impacts are likely to remain among Florida's most pressing environmental challenges for some time; however, some recent numbers are suggesting that a slowdown in the unprecedented population influx of the past few decades might just be offering lawmakers and citizens alike a welcome opportunity to rethink and reshape the unrepressed trends that have proven so destructive.
Orientalism, always already double (the East is primitive but utopian,backward but unrepressed, good but bad), helps to generate shades of sympathy beyond its default synonyms of compassion or identification, while expressions of sympathy often run headlong into an Orientalist wall.
In characters such as Lady Galliard, Angellica Bianca, and the prostitute La Nuche in the second part of The Rover, Behn neither travesties nor celebrates female desire as the cornerstone of a golden-age, unrepressed sexuality; instead, she satirizes the ideological behaviors and values associated with women's compliance: "all your virtu's but a cheat / And Honour but a false disguise,/Your modesty a necessary bait" (1:283,11.
And, symbolizing the promise of youth and unrepressed sensuality is Luciana (Tais Araujo), who gives the sexually deprived geezer a lusty sendoff.
Where Sutpen came to impose order, Bon brings the threat of unrepressed desire (homosexuality and incest) and of death (he is the shadow and he foreshadows Sutpen's death by the scythe).
Given this faith configuration, where no guarantees are attached to faith, the existential predicament of death remains present and unrepressed.
He too, but he had enough unbidden and unrepressed wilfulness to ask questions when explicitly forbidden to speak.
He uses PDVSA money for his political and social purposes, to finance sudden and unrepressed impulses.