The idea of the unconscious

Lancelot Law Whyte, in The Unconscious Before Freud, describes the Transition from Static towards Process Concepts, which he dates as beginning around 1750. Many thinkers contributed to this change in how men regarded themselves and the mind, including Vico, Herder, Goethe, Schopenhauer, and Nietzsche. Whyte wrote: 'I have given enough evidence to show that the general conception of unconscious mental processes was conceivable (in post-Cartesian Europe) around 1700, topical around 1800, and fashionable around 1870-1880'.(2)

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