Paradox

Illustration of Aristotle's wheel paradox.

Illustration of Aristotle’s wheel paradox. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

The paradox that situates our psychical activity at once on the side of the subjective object  (created by us, according to the pleasure principle) and of the object perceived objectively (discovered, according to the reality principle).
The Chains of Eros
Andre Green, p. 23

 

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