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Tom McGrath – The Illusion of a Future – Freud’s Anxiety and Religion

 

THE LETTER 06 (Spring 1996) pages 79-90

 

From the dawning of consciousness either collectively or individually, the human subject is faced with wonder, and the response that is evoked is the desire to know, the desire to understand, the Eros of the Mind. The Eros of the Mind expresses itself continually -apparently irrepressibly -in the quest(ions) -the endless questions of the child, the historical and contemporary questions of human subjects about meaning and truth, and beauty and love, and life...

The Illusion of a Future – Freud’s Anxiety and Religion

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