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Introduction to Literary Criticism Different Perspectives in English.

war with each other shows up in many types of literature. Often, physical characters are used to represent this mental battle. Lord of the Flies – Piggy as the superego Jack as the id Ralph as the ego Psychoanalytic This motif about the id, ego, and superego being at war with each other shows up in many types of literature. Often, physical characters are used to represent this/


Romans 15:14 Comparison of Counseling Philosophies Guidelines for Evaluation Week 18.

Week 18 Depth Psychology Behaviorism LEADERFreud B. F. Skinner MANInstinctual animal Id Ego Super ego Conditioned animal Blank Tablet PROBLEMConflict between Id and the Superego Environmental failure Philosophies Comparison of Counseling Philosophies Survey of Counseling Methods Week/he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. 2 - Blessed is the man unto whom the LORD imputeth not iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no guile Philosophies Comparison of Counseling Philosophies Implications of/


Anthem by Ayn Rand. Journal Write Challenge, defend, or qualify the following quote. Structure your response using deductive reasoning (claim, data, backing)

and others. It usually develops around the ages of 4-5. Freud divided mental life into three provinces the “id”, “ego”, and “superego”. He created this idea while under the direction of physiology professor Ernst Brücke in Vienna. Iceberg Analogy A mind/27 Jan. 2014. Dolphin, Barbara. "A Simply Analogy on Socialism." N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2014. Communism Clayton Lords a4 Definition Communism is defined as “a theory advocating elimination of private property” or as “a system in which goods are owned in /


Psychoanalytic Theory An Introduction. I NTRODUCTION TO P SYCHOANALYTIC T HEORY Sigmund Freud is the author of the structural model of personality. each.

realizing its terrible outcomes, Ralph is demonstrating his ability to be rational and aware, which supports his portrayal of the Ego within the novel. The Allegory In The Lord of the Flies the boys are on an island and the Id and the Superego are fighting for control. Some of these battles are the Signal Fire, the Huts and Failed Meeting. If you look/


What if … While on a field trip with your class, the bus crashes in the wilderness. All of the adults are dead. You are hundreds of miles from civilization.

story. “Extended metaphor” An entire story is symbolic. William Golding’s Lord of the Flies is also an allegory in many different ways. LOTF is an allegory of human personality and Freud’s ID, EGO, SUPEREGO. Allegory Sigmund Freud believed that human personality was made up of three parts: the ID, the EGO, and the SUPEREGO. THE ID – Driven by the pleasure principle:  Seeks gratification of desires, needs/


PRESENTED BY: SACHIN KARNIK, Ph.D., LCSW

IDEGO - SUPEREGO In Sigmund Freuds topographical model of personality, the ego is the aspect of personality that deals with reality. While doing this, the ego also has to cope with the conflicting demands of the id and the superego. The id seeks to fulfill all wants, needs and impulses while the superego tries to get the ego/, I went to my pastor and spent about 3 hours reading from the Bible. I prayed to the Lord to take my guilt away. After praying, I told myself that I am a wonderful person filled with/


The Rational Self – Descartes The self is a rational thinking mind, separate from and having control over the body. Philosophy The Fated Self – Greeks.

Christian Middle Ages-present The self is a soul created by God and defined by its obedience to the Lord and its expiation of Original Sin. Some western theories of the self Where do we come from? What / of the Repressed Freud’s Model of the Self  idegosuperego ego pre-conscious unconscious conscious id reality superego verbal, rational non-verbal, vague out of our awareness ego pre-conscious unconscious conscious id reality superego The id is an essentially unconscious part of the mind that expresses/


The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde. Oscar Wilde Biography Oscar Wilde was born Oscar O’Flahertie Wills Wilde on October 16, 1854 I Dublin, Ireland.

happens Aestheticism practices “art for art’s sake” Id, Ego, Superego As we read through the novel, watch for the presence of the following: Id: Freud believed that the Id is based on our pleasure principle. The Id wants whatever feels good at the time, with no/to pursue pleasure above all else He devotes himself to having as many experiences as possible, whether moral or immoral Lord Henry Wotton Lord Henry is a nobleman and close friend of Basil Hallward He is very witty, and he is constantly criticizing /


Fall in love with Jesus, not money or material things. Don’t be deceived, running to and fro, looking for those who can astonish you with some new spiritual.

Lake Charles, LA. Jimmy Swaggart tearfully begs God’s forgiveness on his TV show, "I have sinned against you, my Lord." Psychodynamic Theory Freud Created image of what a psychologist looks like Freud Time period Medical degree –Physician who studied neurology –/Mind CS PCS UCS The Mind ID CS PCS UCS The Mind ID CS PCS UCS Ego The Mind ID CS PCS UCS Ego Superego Therapy Most psychological problems are a result of issues in the UCS –Conflicts in the UCS between id, ego, superego Goal of therapy is to make/


Approaches to Interpreting Literature There are various critical approaches one can take when reading or interpreting literature. Some examples are:

. Philosophical  This approach focuses on the particular philosophy an author has toward human nature and society. The Lord of the Flies Approaches to interpreting William Golding’s novel:  A Philosophical Interpretation: Thomas Hobbes  A/  His theory focuses on sex and neurosis According to Freud, the human personality consists of three distinct aspects: Id Ego Superego The Id  Reservoir of libido  Functions to fulfill primordial life principles, the pleasure principle  Vitality  No organization /


MODERNISM IN AMERICAN LITERATURE1914-1945. NATURALISM: Life is a cruel joke I. WORLD WAR I (1914-18), the “war to end all wars” – Post-War cultural upheaval.

traditional values. i. One of the lasting influences was his diagram of the human personality. Id, Ego, SuperEgo i. One of the lasting influences was his diagram of the human personality. The "id" according to Freud, is the home of the instincts, the unconscious collection of things that determines/a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body of death? 25 Thanks be to God—through Jesus Christ our Lord! So then, I myself in my mind am a slave to Gods law, but in the sinful nature a slave to the law/


The Victorian Era, Oscar Wilde and The Picture of Dorian Gray.

on revelations about evil in humanity, pleasures of evil and destructiveness of evil. Brief Synopsis  The story of three friends: Basil, Lord Henry, and Dorian Gray  The soul is a blank canvas  Basil-angel  Lord Henry- Devil  Dorian Gray- a clean slate  Id, ego, superego  Semi-autobiographical Major Theme:  Hedonism: The devotion to pleasure as a way of life; one’s sole priority is to/


The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde & The Victorian Era.

revelations about evil in humanity, pleasures of evil and destructiveness of evil. Basic Synopsis The story of three friends: Basil, Lord Henry, and Dorian Gray The soul is a blank canvas Basil-angel Lord Henry- Devil Dorian Gray- a clean slate Id, ego, superego Semi-autobiographical Major Theme: Hedonism: The devotion to pleasure as a way of life; one’s sole priority is to seek/


Four Ways of Locating the Ethical in You. What is Ethics? the nature of the good and the search for the infinite good Greek word “Ethika” Having to do.

adapted and interpreted  Christians interpret them in light of their faith in Jesus Christ  Ex) “Keeping holy the Lord’s day” in the Christian concept refers not to the Sabbath but to the first day of the week: Sunday,/theory helps explain the distinction between conscience and superego Conscience in contrast to freud’s concept of superego  There are three structures to our personality  ID- instinctual drives largely dominated by the pleasure principle  EGO- the conscious structure which operates on the/


Heart of Darkness An Brief Look at Conrad’s Life and Works, Themes, and Motifs in Heart of Darkness and Apocalypse Now.

toll on Conrad. The experience was draining Joseph Conrad’s Works Amayer’s Folly (1895) Amayer’s Folly (1895) Lord Jim (1900) Lord Jim (1900) Heart of Darkness (1902) Heart of Darkness (1902) Nostromo (1904) Nostromo (1904) Under Western / Mythology Psychology and Psychoanalysis More than 20 years before Freud published his tripartite division of the mind into Superego, Ego, and Id, Conrad seems to use similar ideas: superego ego id ‘the policeman’ (p. 85) ‘your own innate strength’ (p.85) ‘..he was hollow /


By William Golding. William Golding (1911-1993)  Was in World War II 1940 – Royal Navy Took part in D-Day and the sinking of the Bismarck Affected by.

Huts  Rocks  Glasses  Conch  Painted faces/chanting  Long hair  sow Symbols in the novel:  Fire  Beastie  Flies  Lord of the Flies Characters are also symbolic  Ralph  Jack  Simon  Piggy  Samneric Setting is Significant!  Archetypal settings – settings that are/father of psychoanalysis  Theory that the mind is structured into three parts: Id, Ego, and Superego Freud’s Structure of Mind  Id Irrational and emotional part of the brain Primitive mind “pleasure principle” – I want it, I /


THE RENAISSANCE ANALZYE THE INFLUENCE OF HUMANISM ON THE VISUAL ARTS IN THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE TO WHAT EXTENT DID WOMEN PARTICIPATE IN THE RENAISSANCE.

No King The Commonwealth established a Republic Military Dictatorship in reality Military Accomplishments The Protectorate Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell Dissolves Rump Parliament England divided in 12 military districts Denies religious freedom to/ the human unconscious (ID) is driven by sexual, aggressive, and pleasure-seeking desires, humans are therefore NOT rational! The ID battles the Ego & Superego · Ego: Rationalizing conscious mediates what a person can do. · Superego: Ingrained moral values /


Historical Background – Heart of Darkness

our needs. *In a healthy individual the ego is in command. Superego: system of moral values acquired through interaction with the world PSYCHOLOGICAL REALISM Id, ego, and superego are reflected in literature through psychological realism. / “great cause … high and just proceedings” Grove of death – “the gloomy circle of some Inferno” Accountant / flies (Beelzebub = “lord of the flies”) Mention of Kurtz Central Station: General Manager (Kurtz) / “Hollow Men” Brickmaker (“papier-mâché Mephistopheles”) (“Hollow/


Historical Background – Heart of Darkness "At that time there were many blank spaces on the earth, and when I saw one that looked particularly inviting.

our needs. *In a healthy individual the ego is in command. Superego: system of moral values acquired through interaction with the world PSYCHOLOGICAL REALISM Id, ego, and superego are reflected in literature through psychological realism. /“great cause … high and just proceedings” Grove of death – “the gloomy circle of some Inferno” Accountant / flies (Beelzebub = “lord of the flies”) Mention of Kurtz Central Station: General Manager (Kurtz) / “Hollow Men” Brickmaker (“papier-mâché Mephistopheles”) (“Hollow/


Chapter 24 An Age of Modernity and Anxiety, 1894 - 1914.

and by inner desires Id, Ego, and Superego Id – center of unconscious (pleasure principle) Ego – reason, coordinator of life (reality principle) Superego – moral values of society The superego served to force the ego to curb the unsatisfactory drives of the id. Dreams were the/ measures In order to implement the Liberal Party’s social reforms, he curtails the power of the House of Lords National Insurance Act, 1911  Sick pay, unemployment Beginnings of the welfare state  Later legislation provided a small/


Historical Background – Heart of Darkness "At that time there were many blank spaces on the earth, and when I saw one that looked particularly inviting.

our needs. *In a healthy individual the ego is in command. Superego: system of moral values acquired through interaction with the world PSYCHOLOGICAL REALISM Id, ego, and superego are reflected in literature through psychological realism. /“great cause … high and just proceedings” Grove of death – “the gloomy circle of some Inferno” Accountant / flies (Beelzebub = “lord of the flies”) Mention of Kurtz Central Station: General Manager (Kurtz) / “Hollow Men” Brickmaker (“papier-mâché Mephistopheles”) (“Hollow/


Historical Background – Heart of Darkness "At that time there were many blank spaces on the earth, and when I saw one that looked particularly inviting.

our needs. *In a healthy individual the ego is in command. Superego: system of moral values acquired through interaction with the world PSYCHOLOGICAL REALISM Id, ego, and superego are reflected in literature through psychological realism. /“great cause … high and just proceedings” Grove of death – “the gloomy circle of some Inferno” Accountant / flies (Beelzebub = “lord of the flies”) Mention of Kurtz Central Station: General Manager (Kurtz) / “Hollow Men” Brickmaker (“papier-mâché Mephistopheles”) (“Hollow/


Heart of Darkness An Brief Look at Conrad’s Life and Works, Themes and Motifs in Heart of Darkness, and Apocalypse Now.

Left the sea & began writing 1894 Died 1924 & buried in Canterbury Amayer’s Folly (1895) Amayer’s Folly (1895) Lord Jim (1900) Lord Jim (1900) Heart of Darkness (1902) Heart of Darkness (1902) Nostromo (1904) Nostromo (1904) Under Western Eyes /Inner Station = the inner sanctum of Hell and Inferno Christian Mythology Dante (1265-1321) with his Divinia Commedia Psychoanalytical superego ego id The part of the mind that represses and controls impulses (Governance/Policing: A civilizing effect) The part of the /


Fundamentals of Bayesian Inference

lies in between a and b. Two Ways to Resolve the Internal Conflict Strengthen Superego and Ego by teaching the standard statistical methodology more rigorously. Suppress Id even more! Give Id what it wants. The Unfortunate Case of Sally Clark Sentenced by p-value The / of the deaths under each explanation, not just how unlikely they are under one explanation.” President Peter Green to the Lord Chancellor What is the p-value? “The probability of obtaining a test statistic at least as extreme as the one /


AP European History Review 2 nd Semester Industrial Revolution To European Union.

and by inner desires Id, Ego, and Superego Id – center of unconscious (pleasure principle) Ego – reason, coordinator of life (reality principle) Superego – moral values of society The superego served to force the ego to curb the unsatisfactory drives of the id. Dreams were the/ measures In order to implement the Liberal Party’s social reforms, he curtails the power of the House of Lords National Insurance Act, 1911  Sick pay, unemployment Beginnings of the welfare state  Later legislation provided a small/


Through the Literary Looking Glass

1 Read pages 21-27 Make notes on the following: Id= Superego= The balance between the id and the superego= The Oedipal complex= Dream analysis= Activity 2 Read the Freudian analysis of Lord of the Flies pp.27-28 Read the analysis of /Othello How does the presence of this element influence the text as a whole and your reading of it? Id/Superego imbalance Castration Unresolved Oedipal complex Repression Sublimation Transference Projection Freudian Slip General Questions Is there a main character who grapples/


New Perspectives on Religious Life in modern times. Prepared: M. McGuire 2007 Resource: J. Libano.

fragmentation of identity, upon looking at the conscious (ego) and unconscious (id, superego) psychic structures of the individual. Psychoanalysis itself favors a fragmentation of identity, upon looking at the conscious (ego) and unconscious (id, superego) psychic structures of the individual. People confuse their/ mission of the Church in a spirit of social service, based on a personal encounter with the Lord, nourished by a faith rooted in the Church They enter into the apostolic mission of the Church /


NYS Regents Exam / 10th Grade Post-Baseline. ● T (itle), A (uthor), G (enre) ● Literary Elements/Techniques o setting, characterization, conflicts, symbols,

about and frame conflict, not to write about it. ● Man vs. Man ● Man vs. Self (internal conflict) ● Man vs. Society The Lord of the Flies (the Beast) The Conch Shell Piggys Glasses ● Symbolism ! (Note changes in symbols) ● Characterization o id, ego, superego as symbolic representations o Simon as Christ figure ● Conflict: Civilization (Ralph) vs. Savagery (Jack). Allegory of power struggle/exchange T : Underline! A/


Unit 1 Coming of Age Novel Survival Loss of Innocence.

age novels that deal with:  Survival  Loss of Innocence Lord of the Flies  By William Golding  Set in year 1954  Dystopia vs. Utopia  British boys stranded on deserted island  Attempt to govern themselves Sigmund Freud  Austrian Neurologist  Developed idea of Id, Ego, and Superego  These are the our 3 levels of psyche  All theoretical Id  Present at birth  Part of brain that is entirely unconscious/


THE AGE OF ANXIETY: 1914-1950 Unit 9.3 I. World War I resulted in the end of the old order. A. End of rule by Hohenzollerns, Hapsburgs, and Romanovs.

S. (ID) d.Freud asserted that because the human unconscious (ID) is driven by sexual, aggressive, and pleasure-seeking desires, humans are therefore NOT rational! The ID battles the Ego & Superego Ego: Rationalizing conscious mediates what a person can do. Superego: Ingrained moral/championed individualism, perhaps her reaction to having lived in the Soviet Union’s totalitarian society. Lord of the Flies (1954) 9. William Golding, Lord of the Flies (1954) a. The novel deals with the dark side of humanity and/


THE AGE OF ANXIETY: 1914-1950 Unit 9.3 I. World War I resulted in the end of the old order. A. End of rule by Hohenzollerns, Hapsburgs, and Romanovs.

S. (ID) d.Freud asserted that because the human unconscious (ID) is driven by sexual, aggressive, and pleasure-seeking desires, humans are therefore NOT rational! The ID battles the Ego & Superego Ego: Rationalizing conscious mediates what a person can do. Superego: Ingrained moral/championed individualism, perhaps her reaction to having lived in the Soviet Union’s totalitarian society. Lord of the Flies (1954) 9. William Golding, Lord of the Flies (1954) a. The novel deals with the dark side of humanity and/


 Started in the 1970s/1980s in response to New Criticism.  Views history skeptically (historical narrative is inherently subjective).  More.

to a person’s consciousness except through dissociated acts or dreams. Freud’s model of the psyche: Id, Ego, Superego (to be shown later) Lacan’s model of the psyche: Imaginary, Symbolic, Real (to be shown later) Id: completely unconscious storehouse of desires, wishes, and fears; as well as the libido (source of psychosexual/” and Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” for Reader-Response and Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Young Goodman Brown” and Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s “Ulysses” for Archetypal Criticism


Aristotle, Galileo, Kepler and Company Attempts to describe heavenly motion.

it’s ultimate correctness Instrumentalism: an idea is judged bases on it’s usefulness, regardless of it’s ultimate correctness Id, Ego and Superego Id, Ego and Superego Realism: an idea is judges based on the accuracy of its description of reality Realism: an idea is judges based/ be seen instrumentally, but Copernicus probably though it was real Reaction to Copernicus “Then spake Joshua to the Lord... and said in the sight of Israel, Sun, stand thou still upon Gibeon; and thou, Moon, in the valley of /


King Henry IV, Part I Day Two ENGL 305 Dr. Fike. Looking Ahead The Monday after Spring Break: midterm examination. Bring a large bluebook. See review.

1417, English leader of Lollardry [Wycliff’s followers]. He married the heiress of Lord Cobham in 1408 and was known as "the good Lord Cobham." Under the rule of Henry IV he performed valuable military service, especially in/criminal, and self-indulgent. If H4 is the superego, and Falstaff is the id, then Hal (ego) must mediate between the competing possibilities that each father (figure) represents.  Freud Chart Superego (morality) Ego (reality) Id (pleasure) Henry IV Hal Falstaff Positives about Falstaff /


L ord of the F lies Anna, Dennis, Eva, Isabel, Jessie, Louis, Stanley, Sylvia.

Dennis Ralph Representation of civilization; tries to build a miniature democratic society (Ego) Believes in the adult; waiting to be rescued To survive: establish /( some joined the fight and some did not ) -- controlled by “id”, impulsive behaviors -- “superego” has been repressed Conclusion When we are under “peer pressure” and “/ of the biblical name Beelzebub, a powerful demon (SparkNotes)SparkNotes (1) Appropriation: Lord of the Flies and The Human Stain Between Violence vs. Rational Control –there can/


Heart of Darkness Joseph Conrad Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) Conrad, whose original name was Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski, was born near Berdichev,

few years later he changed his name to sound more English. Joseph Conrad Most famous novels: Almayer’s Folly (1889) Lord Jim (1900) Heart of Darkness (1902) Nostromo (1904) The Secret Agent (1907) Under Western Eyes (1911) English/Psychology, psychoanalysis More than 20 years before Freud published his tripartite division of the mind into Superego, Ego and Id, Conrad seems to use similar ideas: superego ego id In Freudian theory, the division of the unconscious that is formed through the internalization of /


PaedDr. Jana Javorčíková, PhD. (lectures, UAP – seminars) Mgr. Martin Kubuš (PT – seminars)

Gustav Jung) S. Freud 1856-1939 THE IDTHE SUPEREGOTHE EGO A reservoir of hidden impules based on peasant, hedonistic, Epicurean principles Internal censor bringing social pressures Result, the ID modified by Superego HUMAN MIND consists of 3 areas: Freud also analysed pathological/? 18.Explain the symbolism of these characters/objects in W. Golding´s novel the Lord of the Flies: Piggy, Ralph, Simon, roger, Jack, the Island, Lord of the Flies. 19.Explain the function of the indefinite article in the title of/


Introduction to Literary Criticism. Definition and Use “Literary criticism” is the name given to works written by experts who critique— analyze—an author’s.

. Psychological Criticism What governs human behavior? Id – the animal nature that says, “Do what feels good.” Ego – the reality-based part of your personality that makes decisions to satisfy the Id and Superego Superego – the socialized “conscience” that tells / betrayal. Mythological Criticism Common Archetypes The Hero = Beowulf, Spiderman, Luke Skywalker, Braveheart The Outcast = Macbeth’s clown, Lord of the Flies, Cain The Quest = LOTR, Star Wars, Beowulf Sacrificial King = Jesus, The Lion the Witch and/


Conscience, Situation Ethics & Divine Command Theory Learning Outcomes Explore the Church’s teaching on conscience. Evaluate the main principles of situation.

that has a level of self-awareness (rational, organised and realistic). The Superego- Part of the ego and informs us what we should and shouldn’t do. It watches the ego and criticises it, as well as the id. This internal ‘conscience’ comes from our childhood, especially our parents, our/to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets. The Golden Rule Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your/


Mgr. Jana Javorčíková, PhD. (lectures, Fhv – seminars) Mgr. Ivan Zelenka (Fif – seminars)

Gustav Jung) S. Freud 1856-1939 THE IDTHE SUPEREGOTHE EGO A reservoir of hidden impules based on peasant, hedonistic, Epicurean principles Internal censor bringing social pressures Result, the ID modified by Superego HUMAN MIND consists of 3 areas: Freud also analysed pathological/? 18.Explain the symbolism of these characters/objects in W. Golding´s novel the Lord of the Flies: Piggy, Ralph, Simon, roger, Jack, the Island, Lord of the Flies. 19.Explain the function of the indefinite article in the title of/


NANC Biblical Counseling

Psychology Leader – Freud Man – instinctual animal, (id, superego, ego) Problem – conflict b/t id & superego Responsibility – no man’s Guilt – result of imposed standards, false Treatment – actualize potential, make unconscious conscious, strengthen ego Counselor – expert Problems? Neo-Freudians Leader – Alfred/, repentance, renewal, and growth toward Christlikeness that will only be complete when believers meet the Lord in glory. The Bible teaches that sanctification is both the work of God and the work /


History of Mental Illness By Stacy Clark. Classical Understandings  Early Greek Literature & Mythology  Homer: Iliad- Ajax  Gods blamed for the “sacred.

for medieval European and Islamic thought Biblical Examples  Madness as divine punishment: Deuteronomy 6:5, “The Lord will smite thee with madness”  King Nebuchadnezzar  New Testament examples of Jesus healing demonic possession Non-Western/ Repression and neuroticism Repression and neuroticism Sexuality (esp. in children) Sexuality (esp. in children) Ego, superego, id Ego, superego, id Free association and dream interpretation Free association and dream interpretation Carl Jung (1875-1961) Carl Jung /


Heart of Darkness Joseph Conrad Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) Conrad, whose original name was Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski, was born near Berdichev,

few years later he changed his name to sound more English. Joseph Conrad Most famous novels: Almayer’s Folly (1889) Lord Jim (1900) Heart of Darkness (1902) Nostromo (1904) The Secret Agent (1907) Under Western Eyes (1911) / his Divina Commedia Psychology, psychoanalysis More than 20 years before Freud published his tripartite division of the mind into Superego, Ego and Id, Conrad seems to use similar ideas: superego ego id ‘the policeman’ (p. 85) ‘your own innate strength’ (p.85) ‘..he was hollow at the/


“The Age of Anxiety” APEURO: Lecture 8A Some information from historysage.com.

that because the human unconscious (ID) is driven by sexual, aggressive, and pleasure-seeking desires, humans are therefore NOT rational! The ID battles the Ego & SuperegoEgo: Rationalizing conscious mediates what a person can do. ◦ Superego: Ingrained moral values specify what a/championed individualism, perhaps her reaction to having lived in the Soviet Union’s totalitarian society William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, 1954 The novel deals with the dark side of humanity and how cruelty and murder/


Unit IX Lecture Notes 19 th Century “Isms:” Nationalism, Liberalism, Conservatism, Industrialism, Socialism, and Utopianism.

Chancellor David Lloyd George, Britain regulates trade, provides unemployment benefits and health care Conservative – House of Lords upset with the spending of the Liberal- House of Commons in the Parliament French Opportunism Rejected opportunism –/entities id – amoral, irrational, driving instincts of sexual gratification superego – the external moral imperatives and expectations imposed on the personality put on by society and culture ego – mediates the impulses of the id with the morals of the superego /


The Birth of Modern European Thought APEURO – Chapter 24.

by society Nature as a source of inspiration Some wrote “Gothic” tales – mysterious, violent weather Romantic Writers 1.Lord Byron (1788- 1824) - Poet Led scandalous lifestyle Wrote narrative poems, “Don Juan” Supporter of Greek independence / Id” - source of animal drives, physical appetites, lust for pleasure & avoidance of pain 2.” Ego”- conscious mind. Reason. Prevents primitive side from taking over. 3. “Super Ego” – accumulation of learned morals, customs,, inhibitions. Freud’s Id, Ego, & Superego /


The Birth of Modern European Thought APEURO – Chapter 24.

by society Nature as a source of inspiration Some wrote “Gothic” tales – mysterious, violent weather Romantic Writers 1.Lord Byron (1788- 1824) - Poet Led scandalous lifestyle Wrote narrative poems, “Don Juan” Supporter of Greek independence / Id” - source of animal drives, physical appetites, lust for pleasure & avoidance of pain 2.” Ego”- conscious mind. Reason. Prevents primitive side from taking over. 3. “Super Ego” – accumulation of learned morals, customs,, inhibitions. Freud’s Id, Ego, & Superego /


Through the Literary Looking Glass

Processes: Repression Transference Projection Sublimation Parapraxis Oedipal complex Id, ego, superego Dream works: Displacement (= metonymy) Condensation (= metaphor) Any terms here that are completely new to you? Oedipal complex = development of superego Displacement = one object/person represents another Condensation / of author’s purpose as a case study analysis of MB as a person. Applying Freudian Criticism “Lord of the Flies” “Hamlet” “Great Expectations” Works of the Brontë sisters Select a text that /


An individuals characteristic pattern of thinking, acting, and feeling.

Id our internal drive to satisfy unconscious desires that operates on the pleasure principle ◦ Ego contains our partly conscious perceptions and thoughts. Also seeks to gratify the id’s impulses in a realistic ways ◦ Superego the/  Sundiata (West african)  Ramayana (Aryan)  Epic of Gilgamesh (Middle Eastern  Odyssey (southern european)  Star Wars  Lord of the Rings  Matrix  Harry Potter  Humans are essentially good; your environment inhibits growth and corrupts  Emphasized human growth and /


Late 19 th Century Intellectualism. Friedrich Nietzsche (1844- 1900) “The Prophet”

cannot have everything our own way— takes note of our external surroundings Id: the part of us which only wants what we desire at a given moment Superego: keeps both ego and id in check; helps us know when to repress our own desires Neurosis/started working together Jules Guesde Jean Jaures Socialism in Britain Didn’t have significant progress in British society until House of Lords removed protection accorded to union funds Workers left liberal party and joined socialist Labor Party Gov’t and major parties /


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