Body-language and nonverbal communication

Sublimation as forced by sexual instinct

Sublimation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sublimation as forced by sexual instinct

 A lot of what we long for and desire will never be ours; we might go out of our minds with frustration, were it not for a very useful manoeuvre first identified by Sigmund Freud: sublimation.
It`s a “Process postulated by Freud to account for human activities which have no apparent connection with sexuality but which are assumed to be motivated by the force of the sexual instinct.  …….
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The main types of activity described by Freud as sublimated are artistic creation and intellectual inquiry.

The instinct is said to be sublimated in so far as it is diverted towards a new, non-sexual aim and in so far as its objects are socially valued ones

Freud on Sublimation: A short animation video

http://freudquotes.blogspot.de/2016/06/freud-on-sublimation-short-animation.html

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