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(p. 341) Thinking and the Unconscious 

(p. 341) Thinking and the Unconscious
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(p. 341) Thinking and the Unconscious
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Donald W. Winnicott

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10.1093/med:psych/9780190271343.003.0054
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date: 21 April 2018

In this essay, Winnicott deals with the limits of using rational thought in politics, economics, and human affairs without taking the unconscious into consideration. He discusses the concept of Greed and how sound economics acknowledges the existence and value (as well as the danger) of personal and collective Greed and tries to harness it.

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