The Future of an IllusionProject descriptionQuestion: Once again, Freud contrasts his theory with the theory of revolution that he now explicitly identifies with both France and Russia. Yet, he still maintains that thepsychological ideal is the primacy of the intelligence over the dominance of prohibitions (p. 61). How does he resolve this?In the final chapter of the book, Freud addresses the notion that the replacement of religion with another system could be an emotionally unsatisfying and thereforeless successful version of the same thing. How does he resolve this, and what do you make of this? Compare this solution with Marx, or another thinker that is moreappealing to you.:
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