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In this analysis of the Irma dream, Freud has introduced the basic scaffolding for a general model of psychic content, dynamics, and structure. In the next 40 years of his life he was to build on this scaffolding but never to dismantle the basic foundation. In all mental life, as in dreams, he would claim, wishes are the basic content. The dynamics of mental life involve a conflict between wishes seeking expression and judging forces seeking to censor those wishes, with the result representing the compromise struck by these conflicting forces.

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