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Freudian Dictionary

Thought-processes, and what may be analogous to them in the Id, are unconscious per se and obtain their entry into consciousness by their connection, via the function of speech, with memory traces of perceptions through touch and ear.[1]


  1. Template:M&M Part III, Section I