Papers on Psycho-Analysis by Ernest Jones
By Ernest Jones
Contains his vintage evaluation of symbolism.
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According to Freud, the word said in mistake is a manifestation of a second suppressed thought, and thus arises outside the train of thought that the speaker is intending to express. It may be a word or phrase entirely foreign to this train of thought, being taken in its entirety from the outlying thought, or it may be a compromise formation, in which both come to expression. ' the word ' provoking ' having intruded itself; many malapropisms are formed in this way, being the result of uncertainty as to which is the more appropriate word.
That i (which he interpreted as meaning himself) should not be in contact with a. This was followed by a series of associations all of a feminine connotation, indicating that the word ' sepia ' was connected with the idea of femininity. His first knowledge of the word dated from childhood from a tube of what he called ' brown sticky stuff' in his sister's paint-box, and I surmised that it was probably related at that time, as is almost invariably the case in childhood, to some forbidden smearing impulse.
For the whole group I have suggested the collective term ' parapraxia,' on the analogy with apraxiaS1 It will be seen from this that, according to Freud, our mental processes are more rigorously determined than is commonly believed, and that many of them generally thought to be causeless have in fact a very precise and definable cause. The same remark applies to those mental processes where we believe we have a perfectly free choice. ' Whereas at first sight it would appear that we are free to choose any possible number, careful analysis shows, as was first pointed out by Adler2 some years ago, that the number actually chosen is always connected with some mental process of considerable personal significance, though this may never have been realised by the subject, and that the choice has been determined by definite preceding mental constellations.