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Kunstadt, L. (2013). The “Conscious Id”: A Game Changer with Lots of Challenges. Neuropsychoanalysis, 15(1):55-58.

(2013). Neuropsychoanalysis, 15(1):55-58

The “Conscious Id”: A Game Changer with Lots of Challenges Related Papers

Commentary by Larry Kunstadt

By integrating contemporary neurobiology with early Freud, Mark Solms opens up the possibility of a major restudying of metapsychology, a project that must continue after his article. My commentary is written not as a critique but as an ally seeking to help Solms fine-tune his article in order to preempt critiques from likely quarters. Four areas are addressed: general issues of approach and clarity; neurobiology; theory/metapsychology; and political issues within the realm of neuropsychoanalysis.

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