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Karl Kraus - The ultimate aim of psychoanalysis is to attribute art to mental weakness, and then to trace the weakness back to the point where, according to analytic dogma, it originated - namely, the lavatory.
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    Karl Kraus
    Austrian writer and journalist 1874-1936
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    The ultimate aim of psychoanalysis is to attribute art to mental weakness, and then to trace the weakness back to the point where, according to analytic dogma, it originated - namely, the lavatory.
The ultimate aim of psychoanalysis is to attribute art to mental weakness, and then to trace the weakness back to the point where, according to analytic dogma, it originated - namely, the lavatory. by: Karl Kraus
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The ultimate aim of psychoanalysis is to attribute art to mental weakness, and then to trace the weakness back to the point where, according to analytic dogma, it originated - namely, the lavatory.
- Karl Kraus
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