J. Goard presumably said
". But my primary
point is only that Freud's underlying perspective (view the psyche as
distinct modules, with their own sorts of values, and view human behavior
in terms of internal conflict and internal communication between the
modules) is both historically important and worthy of our study......"
I seem to recall some stuff by Marvin Minsky in "society of mind".....also
some other stuff by people whose names escape me regarding <paraphrasing> a
sort of 'free market" of the mind. That would be analogous to Freud's "id,
ego and superego"....although much more complex I would imagine.....
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