Title: Freud on civilization

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Lorraine B
Date: June 24, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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Keeping happiness is the sole desire of man. Although civilization restricts desire, Freud believes it is necessary to maintain interaction or else happiness would have no value. Civilization restricts happiness because it restricts liberties. When an individual elects to join a civilization they understand that they are surrendering certain liberties because human nature is too intense for ordered society...

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When an individual elects to join a civilization they understand that they are surrendering certain liberties because human nature is too intense for ordered society. In a civilization, man cannot just go around and do what he feels will make him happy. There is a set of rules that everyone must abide by...

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