By Eric Berne
Eric Berne is healthier often called the writer of the 1965 vintage video games humans Play. A Layman's advisor to Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis, first released in 1947, is his creation to the psychoanalytic tuition of inspiration, written in obtainable language that any one can comprehend and luxuriate in.
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As someone who tried to review the literature on wrongness, I can tell you that, first, it is vast; and, second, almost none of it is filed under classifications having anything to do with error. Instead, it is distributed across an extremely diverse set of disciplines: philosophy, psychology, behavioral economics, law, medicine, technology, neuroscience, political science, and the history of science, to name just a few. So too with the errors in our own lives. ” This category problem is only one reason why our past mistakes can be so elusive.
Compare that to an experience recounted by Sigmund Freud in The Psychopathology of Everyday Life (itself a book about erring). Once, while settling his monthly accounts, Freud came upon the name of a patient whose case history he couldn’t recall, even though he could see that he had visited her every day for many weeks, scarcely six months previously. He tried for a long time to bring the patient to mind, but for the life of him was unable to do so. ” The patient in question was a young woman whose parents brought her in because she complained incessantly of stomach pains.
Such movements had been recorded since virtually the beginning of history, but those records were unreliable, afflicted by the distortion intrinsic to all human observation. By using the normal distribution to graph these individually imperfect data points, Laplace was able to generate a far more precise picture of the galaxy. Unlike earlier thinkers, who had sought to improve their accuracy by getting rid of error, Laplace realized that you should try to get more error: aggregate enough flawed data, and you get a glimpse of the truth.
A Layman's Guide to Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis by Eric Berne