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The id ego and super ego are three distinct yet interacting agents in the psychic apparatus defined in sigmund freuds structural model of the psyche the three parts are the theoretical constructs in terms of whose activity and interaction our mental life is described. Ego is the self as conceptual representation to understand that statement requires contrasting it with an alternative which i say is self as context so the choices are self as conceptual representation or self as context and when the self is associated with a conceptual representation of identity you have ego. The ego is the false selfs field of consciousness just as the soul is the true selfs primary field of consciousness the true selfs field of consciousness is fluid dynamic and imbued with an array of essential qualities which will be discussed shortly but the false selfs field of consciousness is rigid and structured with no inherent qualities. Difference between ego and self the ego is the organized part of the personality that includes defensive perceptual intellectual cognitive . I experienced the narcissists ego as big never small he had a very big ego and in the beginning i was drawn to his self esteem and out going nature
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