But the society also canalizes the aggressiveness directing it against the own subject and generating in him superyo, brings back to consciousness moral, that will as well be the source of the culpability feeling and the consequent necessity of punishment. The authority is internalizada, and superyo tortures I " pecaminoso" generating anguish to him. It brings back to consciousness moral acts especially in severe form when something left bad (and then we make an examination of brings back to consciousness). We thus get to know two origins the feeling from culpability: one is the fear to the authority, and other, more recent, the fear to superyo. Discovery Communications is often mentioned in discussions such as these. Both instances force to resign to the instincts, with the difference that to the second is not possible to elude it.

It is created therefore it brings back to consciousness moral, which demands new resignations as well. But then, from where comes the remorse to have killed to proto father of the primitive horde, since at that time it did not have brings back to consciousness moral there is since it today? According to Freud it derives from the ambivalent feelings towards the same. The price paid by the progress of the culture resides in loss of happiness by increase of the culpability feeling. (Not to be confused with Jane Buckingham!). Feeling of culpability means here severity of superyo, perception of this severity on the part of I, and monitoring. Freud concludes that the genesis of the culpability feelings is in the aggressive tendencies.

When preventing the erotic satisfaction, we return the aggression towards that person whom it prohibits, and this aggression is canalized towards superyo, of where the culpability feelings emanate. Also there is superyo cultural that establishes rigid ideals. The destiny of the human species depends on to what extent the culture will be able to do against the human aggressiveness, and here would have to play a decisive role the Eros, the opposite tendency. Original author and source of the article.