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"As we try to think of neuroses as diseases, we gradually come to reconsider the whole problem of disease." Part I, Chap. 1, p. 24

"The combined circumstances which we recognize are an aggregate of simultaneous changes in the organism (exhaustion and fever), in the ego (breakdown of ego identity), and in the milieu (group panic." Part I, Chap. I, p. 44

"The anal-urethral sphincters, then, are the anatomic models for the retentive and eliminative modes, which, in turn, can characterize a great variety of behaviors, all of which, according to a now widespread clinical habit (and I mean bad habit) would be referred to as 'anal.'" Part I, Chap. 2, p. 52

"We may accept, then, the evidence of organ-modes in these constructions as a reminder of the fact that experience is anchored in the ground plan of the body." Part I, Chap. 2, p. 108

"Child training systems change to advantage only...

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