The disputed “ego,” or “self,” is a euphemism for a cerebro-dorsal collocation of ill-disposed jurors who constantly shuffle positions while chattering like chipmunks in loquacious disagreement. The “id” is a consequence of these soi-disant selves straggling from their factitious conference room to frolic with ancestral rats in abandoned factories. Meanwhile, the aloof “super-ego” stands hips a-canter in a posture of titillating liberalism, ravishing herself in the mirror. Taken in a mixture and kneaded into a roughly star-shaped form, these unconscious yet assertive mechanisms make up that mainspring and bane of the spiritual world, that unmistakable rack on which the fragile denizens of sentience are broken while their flesh is sprinkled with torturer’s tears, the Human Soul.
September 8, 2006
From the Encyclopedia Oneirica: Human, Composition of
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