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Old 25-04-2012, 10:28 PM   #1
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I think that would make sense. It might not overlap exactly, but there would certainly be enough overlap that it could work.
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"That means that the ultimate (in evolutionary terms) key principle behind all types of our interventions will be to "chill the defense"

I wouldn't have a problem with replacing output with defense if we can accept that a defense is a perfectly normal response. "Chilling the defense" would make no sense at all. The problem as I see it comes when the patient inhibits the process. I understand we could be splitting hairs here, but when it comes to the component of output we define here as ideomotion, nothing bad will occur with its expression.
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