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The purpose of: to give the ego more control over the repressed id (it) impulses. "Where there is id, there shall ego be." Freud believed ultimately one day the unconscious would become known, this is in direct contrast to Jung who believed we would never know much of it and that it would stay ineffable and numinous for us.
 
The purpose of: to give the ego more control over the repressed id (it) impulses. "Where there is id, there shall ego be." Freud believed ultimately one day the unconscious would become known, this is in direct contrast to Jung who believed we would never know much of it and that it would stay ineffable and numinous for us.
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The purpose of: to give the ego more control over the repressed id (it) impulses. "Where there is id, there shall ego be." Freud believed ultimately one day the unconscious would become known, this is in direct contrast to Jung who believed we would never know much of it and that it would stay ineffable and numinous for us.