By Ignacio Matte-Blanco
Ignacio Matte-Blanco has made some of the most unique contributions to psychoanalysis given that Freud.
In this publication, such as an introductory bankruptcy to his paintings by means of Eric Rayner and David Tuckett, he develops his conceptualization of the Freudian subconscious by way of good judgment and arithmetic, giving many scientific examples.
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Note that in normal logic this would not follow. Fourth, a ‘morally bad tooth’ is an element of the class of all bad teeth; a physically bad tooth (caries) is another element of this class; bivalent logic is employed to construct the class. Fifth, if PS is now applied to the class of bad teeth, then ‘morally bad tooth’ is equal to ‘physically bad tooth’. Sixth, since a dentist treats decayed teeth, that is the place to seek help (a deduction based on knowledge acquired by experience as seen in terms of bivalent logic).
With omnipotence, idealization, and so on we are clearly concerned with emotional experiences. Let us look at a few other emotions in this light. It seems that the stronger an emotion is, the more clearly does it contain infinite experiences. For instance, consider being in love. ’ Rather, at its height the true lover feels that the loved one’s beauty is all beauty, and his love is all love. Such emotions may not be very logical but they are essential to most of us. Here infinities are ruling, time and space mean little, parts tend to be equal to wholes.
B) If the dog is bad (he behaves badly) on account of his action, this implies that A. is also bad: a classical-logical reasoning which takes its starting-point from a symmetrization. (c) A. is bad (morally) implies his tooth is bad (morally); the part is treated as equal to the whole: PS. Note that in normal logic this would be a wrong conclusion following from a wrong reasoning, (d) A ‘morally bad tooth’ is an element of the class of all bad teeth; a physically bad tooth (caries) is another element of this class: classical logic, (e) If PS is applied to the class mentioned in (d), then ‘morally bad tooth’ is equal to ‘physically bad tooth’, (f) A dentist treats decayed teeth: a knowledge acquired by experience as seen in terms of bivalent logic.