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Schur, M. (1966). The Id and the Regulatory Principles of Mental Functioning. International Universities Press, Inc. New York.

Schur, M. (1966). The Id and the Regulatory Principles of Mental Functioning. , 1-220. International Universities Press, Inc. New York .

The Id and the Regulatory Principles of Mental Functioning

Max Schur, M.D.

Contents

Foreword by the Editors 7
Author's Note 9
Introduction 11
Part I
1. The Concept Id 17
2. The History of the Concept Id 24
3. Ambiguities of the Concept Id 29
4. General Formulations of the Concept Id 40
5. The Functions of the Id 47
6. The Development of the Id 51
7. The Development of the “Wish” 64
8. Maturational and Developmental Factors of the Id 67
9. The Primary Process 77
10. The Id and the Aggressive Instinctual Drive 119
Part II
11. The Regulatory Principles of Mental Functioning 125
12. The Unpleasure Principle 129
13. The Pleasure Principle 138
14. The Distinction between the Pleasure and Unpleasure Principles in Freud's Later Work 146

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