Becker's Vital Lie

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Philosophy

 

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March 16, 2015

 

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For Freud, the source of this conflict is sex, but Becker points out that it is the child's struggle to reestablish his heroism. Becker, using the existential dilemma, interprets the first stage, called the oral stage, as the stage of total narcissism. The infant leads a thoroughly symbolic existence and is not yet aware of his body's limitations...
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The infant leads a thoroughly symbolic existence and is not yet aware of his body's limitations. Freud calls the next stage the anal stage, where the child could develop mechanisms called anal character traits, which is an indication that he is tremendously determined to avoid any life threats. Becker says at the anal stage the child, although not aware of it, is experiencing the existential dilemma...
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