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"As a subjective sense of an invigorating sameness and continuity, what I would call a sense of identity" (Chapter 1, 19.)

"The ethics of the future will be less concerned with the relationship of generations to each other than with the interplay of individuals in a scheme in which the whole life-span is extended; in which new roles for both sexes will emerge in all life stages; and in which a certain measure of choice and identity must be the common value, to be guaranteed in principle to every child planned to be born-anywhere" (Chapter 1, pg. 39.)

"The general neglect of these [social] factors in psychoanalysis naturally has not furthered a rapprochement with the social sciences" (Chapter 2, pg. 45.)

"I begin with the assumption that totalitarianism is based on universal human potentialities and is thus related to all aspects of human nature, wholesome and pathological, adult and infantile, individual and social" (Chapter 2, pg...

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