“Wouldn’t you have thrashed me..instead of listening to me? I ran home..in a hurry to give you a little pleasure. But I can’t tell you a thing as long as my plan is not complete. ..Why do you punish..good intentions + demand explanations..that..might still injure the execution of my plan?” – son to father in FRANZ KAFKA’s story about the father as superego in which the father had been saying: ‘Now, Oscar, there is only one thing more that really makes me wonder: why haven’t you been coming to me often with something like this business of today. It corresponds so well with your character up to now. No, really, I am being serious.’ http://ift.tt/1KdUME0

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