Quote of the Day: Freud, New Introductory Lectures


« The process of dream-work, then, is something entirely new and strange, nothing resembling which was known before. It has given us our first glimpse of the processes which take place in the unconscious system and has shown us that they are quite other than what we know from our conscious thinking and are bound to appear to the latter preposterous and incorrect. »

Sigmund FREUD (1933). New Introductory Lectures. Standard Edition 22, p.17.

Quotation chosen by  Alan Rowan