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<blockquote>The sexual function is subject to a great multiplicity of disturbances, the majority of which have the character of simple inhibitions. These are grouped together as psychic impotence.<ref>{{PoA}} Ch. 1</ref></blockquote>
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<blockquote>The [[sexual]] function is [[subject]] to a great [[multiplicity]] of disturbances, the majority of which have the [[character]] of simple inhibitions. These are grouped together as [[psychic]] impotence.<ref>{{PoA}} Ch. 1</ref></blockquote>
  
<blockquote>Here again-as very probably in all neurotic disorders-the root of the trouble lies in an arrest occurring during the course of development of the libido to that ultimate form which may be called normal.<ref>{{CPL-DEL}}</ref></blockquote>
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<blockquote>Here again-as very probably in all [[neurotic]] disorders-the root of the trouble lies in an arrest occurring during the course of [[development]] of the [[libido]] to that ultimate [[form]] which may be called normal.<ref>{{CPL-DEL}}</ref></blockquote>
  
 
{{Freudian Dictionary}}
 
{{Freudian Dictionary}}

Latest revision as of 19:18, 24 May 2019

Freudian Dictionary

IMPOTENCE, PSYCHIC

The sexual function is subject to a great multiplicity of disturbances, the majority of which have the character of simple inhibitions. These are grouped together as psychic impotence.[1]

Here again-as very probably in all neurotic disorders-the root of the trouble lies in an arrest occurring during the course of development of the libido to that ultimate form which may be called normal.[2]