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In retrospect this work can be seen to have reinforced a dichotomy between person and society and to have brought about some reworking and attenuation of the original contributions by Freud; nevertheless, as a theme it unified one of the neo-Freudian groups, leading to a certain amount of genuinely interdisciplinary research between anthropology and psychoanalysis. A rather different pattern is discernible in other cases where the flight from a particular identification is much more obvious whilst the existence of a clear alternative is not assured.
33 36 S. Freud. Standard Edition, Vol. VII (ed. J. Strachey), Hogarth, London (1953), p. , p. 240 38 E. H. Erikson. Childhood and Society, Pelican, Harmondsworth, Middx (1965), p. , p. , p. 55 41 Identity and the life cycle. Psycho/. Issues, 1, 1 (1959), 121 42 Childhood and Society, Pelican, Harmondsworth, Middx (1965), p. , p. 88 44 S. Freud. Standard Edition, Vol. XI (ed. J. Strachey), Hogarth, London (1957), p. 190 45 E. H. Erikson. Childhood and Society, Pelican, Harmondsworth, Middx (1965), p.
Apportions to each his privileges and his limitations, his obligations and his rights. A sense of rightful dignity and lawful independence on the part of adults around him gives to the child of good will the confident expectation that the kind of autonomy fostered in childhood will not lead to undue doubt or shame in later life. Thus the sense of autonomy fostered in the child and modified as life progresses, serves (and is served by) the preservation in economic and political life of a sense of justice.
Self and Social Context by Ray Holland (auth.)