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Psychic Apparatus

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The [[notion ]] of [[psychic ]] [[apparatus ]] (or of the intellect) is common in [[Freud]]'s [[work ]] from the very start (cf. for example, the article of 1898b, "The [[Psychical ]] [[Mechanism ]] of Forgetfulness"). It appears continuously from then on, and is the title of Chapter I of one of his last [[texts]], An ''[[Outline ]] of [[Psychoanalysis]]''1940a [1938]). It was borrowed from the [[vocabulary ]] of nineteenth-century psychologists who were seeking to accord to [[animal ]] and [[human ]] [[mental ]] functioning a [[representation ]] conforming to the exigencies of the [[natural ]] [[sciences ]] ([[physiology]]...
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