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Endtz, A. (1929). Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 10:530-532.

(1929). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 10:530-532

Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society

A. Endtz

Fourth Quarter, 1928

October 13, 1928. Dr. A. Stärcke:

a. Conscience. The strata of which conscience is composed are mnemic deposits from each social organization in which the individual has participated. Similarly 'the id' is the collective name for the mnemic deposits from infra-individual organizations and 'the ego' for the deposits from the individual organizations. The function of conscience is to deflect action-repetitions from the external world to the ego itself. Every line of development terminates in a cul de sac: the next development invariably proceeds from a potentiality which lies farther back. Suggestion that these facts should be termed the 'laws of retrogenesis'. Paths of evolution followed by conscience.

b. Introduction to a symposium on Freud's theory of the libido and of the ego-instinct. The speaker's own difficulty in accepting the untenable views formulated in Freud's later works.

November 24, 1928.

a. Dr. Th. van Schelven (guest of the Society): A dream of numbers.

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