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"The tendency to aggression is an innate, in­dependent, instinctual disposition in man."[1]

When the superego begins to be formed, considerable amounts of the aggressive instinct become fixated within the ego and operate there in a self-destructive fashion.[2]

The holding back of aggressiveness is in general unhealthy and leads to illness.[3]