Id Ego And Superego Vs Sigmund Freud

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Sigmund Freud was known as the father of modern psychology and the development of psychoanalysis. Freud develops a theory of the human mind and their behaviors. Sigmund Freud develops a psychodynamics theory, which consists of the personality and the Id, the ego, and the superego. Psychodynamics theory was a way of explaining how humans mind works and their desires. Also, the psychodynamic theories develop during childhood experience and shape personality. According to Freud, human’s behaviors are the results of an interaction among the components of the mind: id, ego, and superego. Freud also talks about the conscious mind and explained the thought and beliefs of which humans are aware of. In his theory Freud explained what goes on in the unconscious mind: when people go…show more content…
Meanwhile, Freud concepts of the id, ego, and superego are ways of describing people personality and characteristics; the id is a desire drive that wants to be fulfilled. The examples that Freud gave to explained the purpose of the id is: "to seek pleasure... unencumbered by restrictions of ego and superego with no regards to what is possible, or what is proper" (Feist 30). The ego is described as people everyday personality. The superego is described as human’s cultural norms and their social impact. In addition Freud believed that our personality is largely developed through the stage of development. Many Christian’s have different viewpoint on free will. While it is easy to become confused on how God want us to live your lives. In the determinism vs. Free will talks about how Christians view themselves as having the choice to do what they want and believing in God. As Christians our free will is the love that we have for God and others around us. However, without freewill people will not be able to express how they are feeling and the love for the world that we live in. Also, without freewill the love that
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