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Brown, W. (1924). General: J. P. Lowson. Freud or Rivers. Australian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy, 1923, Vol. I, p. 111.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:475.
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(1924). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 5:475

General: J. P. Lowson. Freud or Rivers. Australian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy, 1923, Vol. I, p. 111.

Warburton Brown

A short criticism of Rivers' book, Conflict and Dream. Rivers' views on the origin of dreams in current conflicts, his dissension from Freud's view of the dream being a wish fulfilment, and his opinion that it was not necessary to assume a censorship in the mind are discussed.

Professor Lowson quotes from Freud to show that in regard to the origin of dreams he includes in his views the facts of which Rivers makes use, but also insists on a further essential factor (the repressed wish) which the latter does not take into account.

Freud's views in regard to the censorship are upheld.

The writer, in paying tribute to Rivers, states that in all probability he would have modified his views had he lived to revise his book.

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Brown, W. (1924). General. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:475

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