Alfred Adler Quote

The neurotic... clings to the straw of his fiction... arbitrarily ascribes reality to it, and seeks to realize it in the world. For this the fiction is unfit; it is still more unfit when, as in the psychoses, it is elevated to a dogma or anthropomorphized.


The Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler (1956)

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The neurotic... clings to the straw of his fiction... arbitrarily ascribes reality to it, and seeks to realize it in the world. For this the fiction...

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The neurotic... clings to the straw of his fiction... arbitrarily ascribes reality to it, and seeks to realize it in the world. For this the fiction...

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The neurotic... clings to the straw of his fiction... arbitrarily ascribes reality to it, and seeks to realize it in the world. For this the fiction...

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The neurotic... clings to the straw of his fiction... arbitrarily ascribes reality to it, and seeks to realize it in the world. For this the fiction...