Message from Shitford in The Right Server #serious


2018-09-22 04:20:00 UTC  

And phallic aggression is about puberty yes

2018-09-22 04:20:52 UTC  

Where the desire to reproduce comes into mind which makes you feel weird at first

2018-09-22 04:21:22 UTC  

causing frustration

2018-09-22 04:22:00 UTC  

Would it be bad if the beginning of puberty in a developing male DIDN'T involve being confused shitless?

2018-09-22 04:22:25 UTC  

I think he said that it causes you to be confused shitless

2018-09-22 04:22:42 UTC  

Because you have yet to adapt to it

2018-09-22 04:23:07 UTC  

Like the first time you start getting erections

2018-09-22 04:24:01 UTC  

Mhm, so does that mean, according to Freud, not experiencing angst in your early teen years means you failed to go through puberty? Is it problematic if somebody *didn't* experience disturbance upon achieving their first erection?

2018-09-22 04:24:25 UTC  

Probably how he would interpret that

2018-09-22 04:24:41 UTC  

That was his style

2018-09-22 04:24:51 UTC  

To say because of x stage

2018-09-22 04:25:55 UTC  

He is called the father of psychology because of his observations with patients and relating it to a specific cause which modern psychologists do today but with a better understanding

2018-09-22 04:26:34 UTC  

I already knew that. The reason I started this discussion was because I was suspecting Freud was a diddler. (or at least a closeted diddler)

2018-09-22 04:26:39 UTC  

In other words his views are a stepping stone

2018-09-22 04:27:08 UTC  

Well being a surgeon doesn't mean you like cutting people up lol

2018-09-22 04:27:59 UTC  

he did out of research not pleasure is what I am saying

2018-09-22 04:28:15 UTC  

That makes sense, yet I still can't wrap my head around why he couldn't come up with ANY names for the early-life urges of consumption, expulsion & excitement that didn't involve cocks at all.

2018-09-22 04:28:37 UTC  

Well there were biblical words for that

2018-09-22 04:29:06 UTC  

But that was not the point of his studies

2018-09-22 04:29:06 UTC  

Are we having a debate about if freud was a pedophile?

2018-09-22 04:29:14 UTC  

Yes, yes we are.

2018-09-22 04:29:17 UTC  

lol

2018-09-22 04:29:25 UTC  

Geez that's a question

2018-09-22 04:29:40 UTC  

Probs but he did found modern psychology

2018-09-22 04:30:10 UTC  

Then the neofreudians came around

2018-09-22 04:30:38 UTC  

Which shifted to behavioral theory I think?

2018-09-22 04:31:24 UTC  

Probably.

2018-09-22 04:31:49 UTC  

oh yea conditioning

2018-09-22 04:32:11 UTC  

Classical and operant conditioning were behaviorism

2018-09-22 04:32:54 UTC  

Which was tested with animals

2018-09-22 04:33:04 UTC  

I thought it was Skinner who started behaviorism wasn't it?

2018-09-22 04:33:24 UTC  

Was he a neofreudian?

2018-09-22 04:35:53 UTC  

Turns out he wasn't one

2018-09-22 04:36:25 UTC  

He came up with the conditioning theory

2018-09-22 04:37:02 UTC  

Watson came up with behaviorism

2018-09-22 04:38:03 UTC  

Sorry to shift topics quickly, however, the previous points lead me to yet another disturbing corner of psuedoscience-in-the-name-of-promoting-degeneracy:

John Money. The bizarre man that castrated a kid and made him get fucked by his sibling (while both kids were toddlers) just to prove gender wasn't aligned with sex.

2018-09-22 04:38:55 UTC  

How the fuck did he manage to go from predator-with-a-god-complex to being rated highly credible by most of Academia?

2018-09-22 04:39:19 UTC  

Was that before ethics were a thing

2018-09-22 04:39:33 UTC  

Sounds awfully extreme

2018-09-22 04:39:47 UTC  

Born in 1921

2018-09-22 04:39:59 UTC  

Tranny book published in 1969