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Superego The superego is essentially the same instrumental action as the ego, only reflexive and applied to control of ourselves rather than control of what is around us. In its kind of elementary self-control the superego operates with the use of a self-concept to which it is committed. The superego engages in rational decisionmaking with respect to the unselfconscious self, leading to the imposition of policies or rules upon the ego and/or id. The superego issues verbal or quasi-verbal commands to the lower-level self, such as to make a fortune before the age of thirty or to keep holy the Sabbath.
Toward a Psychology of Being. 2nd ed. New York: D. Van Nostrand. Searle, J. 1983. Intentionality: An Essay in the Philosophy of Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Snell, B. 1982. The Discovery of the Mind. New York: Dover. qxd 10/31/2006 10:48 AM Page 21 3. Id, Ego, Superid, and Superego Once we view the consummatory-instrumental and reflexivity dimensions together, we are in a position to derive the elementary structure of the personality. The interplay of the two dimensions divides the personality into sectors constituting domains dominated by particular kinds of action.
Its appearance is as epochal as was the rise of the superego five centuries ago. The SSE may also introduce a higher management of the superid, although this tends to be not as intricate or developed as its direction of the superego. Under the SSE the advantages of the superid may be harnessed while the excesses of display or spending to which the latter is prone are curbed or modified for the higher strategic or tactical purposes of a career or social life. The gamesman, being self-aware and critical at a higher level, may revise or discard traditional manners and lifestyles (as well as rules).