All that is to live in endless song Must in life-time first be drown'd.

Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud

Profession: Psychologist
Nationality: Austrian

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Alternatives are difficult to represent, and in some cases they are expressed by the division of the dream into two halves of equal length.

My love is something valuable to me which I ought not to throw away without reflection.

Dark, unfeeling and unloving powers determine human destiny.

How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved.

Suffering comes from three quarters: from our own body, which is destined to decay and dissolution, and cannot even dispense with anxiety and pain as danger-signals; from the outer world, which can rage against us with the most powerful and pitiless forces of destruction; and finally from our relations with other men.

This reliance on puns gives Freud an interpretative freedom which might often be considered licence.

For there is a way back from imagination to reality and that is—art.

The dream shows how recollections of one's everyday life can be worked into a structure where one person can be substituted for another, where unacknowledged feelings like envy and guilt can find expression, where ideas can be linked by verbal similarities, and where the laws of logic can be suspended.

The tendency to aggression is an innate, independent, instinctual disposition in man... it constitutes the powerful obstacle to culture.

According to the prevailing view human sexual life consists essentially in an endeavor to bring one's own genitals into contact with those of someone of the opposite sex.

The dream is the (disguised) fulfillment of a (suppressed, repressed) wish.

With words one man can make another blessed, or drive him to despair; by words the teacher transfers his knowledge to the pupil; by words the speaker sweeps his audience with him and determines its judgments and decisions. Words call forth effects and are the universal means of influencing human beings.

The more the fruits of knowledge become accessible to men, the more widespread is the decline of religious belief.

The scope of one's personality is defined by the magnitude of that problem which is capable of driving a person out of his wits.