Freud

Freud’s premise that any form of government is inherently repressive of human nature is a provocative statement. While it is true that governments, by their very nature, exercise power and impose certain limitations on individuals, it is overly simplistic to conclude that all forms of governance are fundamentally oppressive to Continue reading

Freud Was….

Right! I know, I know a woman agree with a sexist, and probably narcissistic scientist may be a bit absurd but hear me out. Freud touches on some real issues throughout this article. I wholeheartedly agree with the fact that humans do not know how to be happy on their Continue reading

Was Freud Right?

Sigmund Freud’s essay “Civilization and Its Discontents” argues that any form of government is repressive of human nature. He makes this argument on the premise that certain laws or societal norms prohibit true happiness in its citizens, thus creating discontent within those individuals. These laws that Freud claims creates discontents Continue reading

FREUD WAS…

Right! I know, I know a woman agree with a sexist, and probably narcissistic scientist may be a bit absurd but hear me out. Freud touches on some real issues throughout this article. I wholeheartedly agree with the fact that humans do not know how to be happy on their Continue reading

The Cost of Civilization

One of the main points of Sigmund Freud’s “Civilization and Its Discontents” is that all forms of government are repressive of human nature. While this may seem controversial, I believe he makes a compelling argument about the nature of power in society and the roles individuals hold within it. One Continue reading