Sigmund Freud about thought (“The Interpretation of Dreams”, 1899) - The day thought, which was no wish in itself but rather a worry, had in some way to find a connection with the infantile now unconscious and suppressed wish, which then allowed it, though already properly prepared, to “originate” for consciousness.
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The day thought, which was no wish in itself but rather a worry, had in some way to find a connection with the infantile now unconscious and suppressed wish, which then allowed it, though already properly prepared, to “originate” for consciousness.
 Sigmund FreudThe Interpretation of Dreams (1899). copy citation

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Translated by A. A. Brill
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