Some articles on instincts, instinct:

William James - Instincts
... See also instincts Like Sigmund Freud, James was influenced by Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection ... defined in Principles of Psychology (1890), was a system of "instincts." James wrote that humans had many instincts, even more than other animals ... These instincts, he said, could be overridden by experience and by each other, as many of the instincts were actually in conflict with each other ...
Civilization And Its Discontents - Overview
... Many of humankind's primitive instincts (for example, the desire to kill and the insatiable craving for sexual gratification) are clearly harmful to ... Freud's theory is based on the notion that humans have certain characteristic instincts that are immutable ... sexual competitors, which both obstruct the gratification of a person's instincts ...
Criteria Of Truth - Instinct
... The existence of distinct instincts has long been debated ... Proponents of instinct argue that we eat because of hunger, drink because of thirst, and so forth ... of God based on this criterion, arguing that the object of every instinct has a referent in reality ...
Wilfred Trotter - Bibliography
... “Herd instinct and its bearing on the psychology of civilized man - part 1.” Sociological Review, July ... “Herd instinct and its bearing on the psychology of civilized man - part 2.” Sociological Review, January ... Instincts of the Herd in Peace and War - 4th impression, with postscript ...
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Famous quotes containing the word instincts:

    Sadism and masochism, in Freud’s final formulation, are fusions of Eros and the destructive instincts. Sadism represents a fusion of the erotic instincts and the destructive instincts directed outwards, in which the destructiveness has the character of aggressiveness. Masochism represents the fusion of the erotic instincts and the destructive instincts turned against oneself, the aim of the latter being self-destruction.
    Patrick Mullahy (b. 1912)

    The only power deserving the name is that of masses, and of governments while they make themselves the organ of the tendencies and instincts of masses.
    John Stuart Mill (1806–1873)

    When the excessively shy force themselves to be forward, they are frequently surprisingly unsubtle and overdirect and even rude: they have entered an extreme region beyond their normal personality, an area of social crime where gradations don’t count; unavailable to them are the instincts and taboos that booming extroverts, who know the territory of self-advancement far better, can rely on.
    Nicholson Baker (b. 1957)