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Psychic apparatus

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<blockquote>As the architectural [[principle ]] of the [[psychic ]] [[apparatus]], we may conjecture a certain stratification or [[structure ]] of instances deposited in strata.<ref>{{PEL}} Ch. 7</ref></blockquote>
<blockquote>''Certain inadequacies of our, psychic functions and certain performances which are apparantly unintentional prove to be well motivated when subjected to [[psychoanalytic ]] investigation, and are determined through the [[consciousness ]] of unknown motives.''<BR>In [[order ]] to belong to the [[class ]] of phenomena which can thus be explained, a faultly psychic [[action ]] must [[satisfy ]] the following [[conditions]]: <BR>
# It must not exceed a certain measure, which is firmly established through our estimation, and is designated by the expression "within normal limits."
# It must evince the [[character ]] of the momentary and temporary [[disturbance]]. The same action must have been previously performed more correctly or we must always rely on ourselves to perform it more correctly; if we are corrected by [[others]], we must immediately recognize the [[truth ]] of the correction and the incorrectness of our psychic action.
# If we at all perceive a faulty action, we must not perceive in ourselves any motivation of the same, but must attempt to explain it through "inattention" or attribute it to an "accident."<BR>
Thus, there remain in this group the cases of [[forgetting]], the errors, the lapses in [[speaking]], [[reading]], [[writing]], the erroneously carried-out actions and the so-called [[chance ]] actions.<ref>{{PEL}} Ch. 12</ref></blockquote>
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