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  1. Sep 2013
    1. And since the inclination to aggressiveness against the father was repeated in the followinggenerations, the sense of guilt, too, persisted, and it was reinforced once more by every piece ofaggressiveness that was suppressed and carried over to the super-ego

      evolution of stricter superego, more guilt

    2. child reacts to his first great instinctual frustrations with excessivelystrong aggressiveness and with a correspondingly severe super-ego, he is following a phylogenetic modeland is going beyond the response that would be currently justified; for the father of prehistoric times wasundoubtedly terrible,

      children trained to respond with strong external (aggressive) and internal (super-ego) manifestations

    3. A considerable amount of aggressiveness must bedeveloped in the child against the authority which prevents him from having his first, but none the less hismost important, satisfactions, whatever the kind of instinctual deprivation that is demanded of him may be;but he is obliged to renounce the satisfaction of this revengeful aggressiveness

      authority turns into superego external object--father conscience arises through suppression of aggressive impulse