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Kessler, R.J. (2013). Back to the Future with Mark Solms: The Isomorphism of Freud's Mental Apparatus. Neuropsychoanalysis, 15(1):52-55.

(2013). Neuropsychoanalysis, 15(1):52-55

Back to the Future with Mark Solms: The Isomorphism of Freud's Mental Apparatus Related Papers

Commentary by Richard J. Kessler

Mark Solms has written an article that suggests that neuroscientific data regarding the brain's generation of consciousness pose a major challenge to Freud's model of the mental apparatus. In doing so, however, he has demonstrated the vitality of that model—its continuing relevance in our efforts to understand not just the mind but also how the mind and brain are related.

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