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Adrian Millar

comes into being to house that which is lived or experienced but not voiced. 47 By its nature thought represses and overlooks its own faults as people attempt to rationalise a lived experience. Repression is intentional. Laplanche describes this as ‘an operation whereby the subject attempts to repel, or to confine to the unconscious, representations (thoughts, images, memories) which are bound to an

in Socio-ideological fantasy and the Northern Ireland conflict