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Frank, G. (2007). Thoughts on Ahmed Fayek's Article “the Centrality of the System UCS in the Theory of Psychoanalysis” Setting the Record Straight. Psychoanal. Psychol., 24(3):521-524.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24(3):521-524

Thoughts on Ahmed Fayek's Article “the Centrality of the System UCS in the Theory of Psychoanalysis” Setting the Record Straight Related Papers

George Frank, Ph.D.

Freud's first formulation about the structure of the mind was a tripartite theory of awareness—conscious, preconscious and unconscious—referred to as “the system unconscious.” Fayek (2005) addresses the fate of this construct, pointing out that it is no longer used as Freud construed it. Fayek gives reasons for this eventuality: assertions I question. I offer an alternative explanation.

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