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|Title:||Freud on Mind and Body|
|Abstract:||The author provides a detailed study of Freud’s mind-body views. Freud developed a pragmatic dualist-interactionist view maintaining a distinction between the material body and the mental subjective world. He focused on what went on within the mind in relation to the necessity to reduce tensions experienced within the lived-in body, caused by physiological changes in the material body. He focused upon a particular link between mental processes and the organic substrate of sexual physiology.|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology|
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