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Joined: November 21, 2012

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Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 30, 2014, 12:17pm  •  0 vote

Both Freud (Austrian) and Jung (Swiss) wrote in German, and Jung's theory is derived from Freudian theory, before their ideoligical split. However, on the unconscious and its terminology, the men were

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 30, 2014, 11:14am  •  0 vote

Sorry, but I have a copy of Freud's 'The Unconscious' two feet away from me that states this isn't the case (Freud catagorically calls for a rejection of the term in it - check it if you want verifica

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  October 14, 2013, 11:02pm  •  0 vote

Whoah, whoah, hold up there, rs. For now, I'll ignore your hubris, but saying 'get over Freud and Jung' is like saying 'get over Einstein, time isn't a real thing'. Freud may be unpopular today, b

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  July 12, 2013, 9:57pm  •  0 vote

The unconscious is not merely a place of trauma, stst, and it never has been. There are some views that Freudians view the unconscious this way, but this is a gross over-simplification that becomes co

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  July 12, 2013, 2:35am  •  0 vote

Sorry, should revise a badly worded sentence above. It is violently misunderstood to impose the concept of conscious Secondary Process Thinking into the areas of unconscious Primary Process Thinking.

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  July 12, 2013, 2:32am  •  0 vote

stst, This indeed makes sense when trying to reconcile things from an English-language standpoint, but when you're trying to impose this upon the actual facts and scientific literature, it really st

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  May 22, 2013, 10:08pm  •  0 vote

Super D, you're argument is backfiring in terms of the confusion issue. You want to clear it up so that it works in English, and so it appears, functions *relatively* well alongside psychology as well

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  May 21, 2013, 1:28am  •  0 vote

On what literature is this based, Kishore?

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  May 15, 2013, 10:22am  •  0 vote

Cheers, man. :)

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  May 4, 2013, 11:06am  •  0 vote

G'day Stu_ck, Apologies on my delay, I finished my assignment a week ago, but came down with a dose of Man-Flu! ;) Anyway, I've been mulling over how best to answer this, and I figure the best

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 26, 2013, 12:41am  •  0 vote

Put it this way, in the pop-culture sense, where liberty is taken with science on a daily basis, no, you can say 'subconsciously' as much as you like. When you start learning psych and realise 'subcon

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 25, 2013, 10:38pm  •  0 vote

Sure, nothing wrong with that; although if it feels strange, maybe with 'unconsciously' somewhere different in the sentence... other than that, yeah, all good.

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 24, 2013, 12:09am  •  0 vote

While I'm beavering away on my assignment, in the meantime, if you're genuinely interested in the subject, check out Carl Jung's 'Man and His Symbols', available for a few bucks on paperback on Ebay,

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 23, 2013, 1:55am  •  0 vote

Stu_ck, I'm in the middle of an assignment and can't give a decent (read: long) answer for a few days, but don't worry, I will get back to you ASAP. Renee, the opinion of a hypnotherapist is inter

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 20, 2013, 4:38am  •  0 vote

But what are we to do when it's a case of, "that's really not how it works"? Snobbery aside, generally when a member of the public explains what they mean by their interpretation of 'subconscious'

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  February 11, 2013, 1:23am  •  0 vote

domingo, the problem isn't so much to do with sound or pedantry, but the idea that it creates in people's minds. If it were some random Latin word that had no meaning to the layman, this really wouldn

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  November 21, 2012, 12:56am  •  2 votes

Much of what has needed to be said academically has been said, however I would add a few things to the debate about *usage*. Unconscious is indeed the correct term, and unless for reason someone is ta