Il est considéré soit comme le fondement de la personnalité (notamment en psychologie) soit comme une entrave à notre développement personnel (notamment en … Ego. For some it makes us competitive, always striving to be first, to be better than the person next to us, to go farther, faster, longer. 'Ego' is the Latin word for 'I' but its sense in modern philosophy depends very much on its context. According to Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory, there are three parts to the personality: the ego, the id and the superego. The principle of the ego in philosophy with special reference to its influence upon Schlegel's doctrine of "ironie" by Wilson, Augusta Manie. Thesis (Ph. L'ego (ou égo, d'après les rectifications orthographiques de 1990) désigne la représentation et la conscience que l'on a de soi-même. Anxiety also plays a role in helping the ego mediate between the demands of the basic urges, moral values, and the real world. We’ve all got one...whether you want to admit it or not. All rig This site uses cookies and Google Analytics (see our terms & conditions for details regarding the privacy implications).

See other formats I I B 815 W7 1908 MAIN UC-NRLF .3*/ '.V"V *B bm fiES MO A (Plttlpapphy with ^0ct upon ion; A.M. r\ v^ & THESIS FOR THE DOCTORATE The Principle of the Ego in Philosophy with Special Reference to its Influence upon SchlegePs Doctrine of "Ironie" BY AUGUSTA MANIE WILSON, A.M. April, 1908 5 u it (17 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGB Introduction— Problem of the "Self." In this example, your actions are similar to the ego. In Descartes' 'cogito, ergo sum' (not his own phrase but a Latin translation of his French phrase, 'je pense, donc je suis', 'I think therefore I am/ exist'), the ego is merely the thinking self independent of the body. Publication date 1908 Topics Schlegel, Friedrich von, 1772-1829, Self Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. Use of this site is subject to terms & conditions. … There is no association with selfishness nor in the sequel to his being a sole self, no hint of solipsism - … While the ego has a tough job to do, it does not have to act alone. In Freud's view, a healthy personality results from a balance in the dynamic interaction of the id, ego, and superego.