The Mystic Pad
— Yu Qian
Mres Art: Theory and Philosophy Year 2


























Thus the __ provides not only a receptive ___ that can be used over and over again, ____, but also permanent ___ of what has been written, ______ : it solves the problem of combining the two functions by dividing them between two separate but interrelated component parts or systems. But this is precisely the way in which, ____, our mental apparatus performs its perceptual function. The layer which receives the stimuli — the system Pcpt.-Cs. — forms no permanent traces; the foundations of memory come about in other, adjoining, systems.



Thus the Pcpt.-Cs. provides not only a receptive slab that can be used over and over again, the appearance, but also permanent appearance of of what has been written, flickering-up and passing away of: it solves the problem of combining the two functions by dividing them between two separate but interrelated component parts or systems. But this is precisely the way in which, vanishes every time the close contact is broken between the paper, our mental apparatus performs its perceptual function. The layer which receives the stimuli — the system Pcpt.-Cs. — forms no permanent traces; the foundations of memory come about in other, adjoining, systems.



Thus the Pcpt.-Cs. provides not only a receptive cathected in that can be used over and over again, are, but also permanent consciousness of what has been written, on to the unconscious mnemic systems: it solves the problem of combining the two functions by dividing them between two separate but interrelated component parts or systems. But this is precisely the way in which, unconscious stretches out feelers, through the medium of the system, our mental apparatus performs its perceptual function. The layer which receives the stimuli — the system Pcpt.-Cs. — forms no permanent traces; the foundations of memory come about in other, adjoining, systems.



Thus the innervation provides not only a receptive breaking of contact that can be used over and over again, was replaced, but also permanent periodic of what has been written, perceptual system. I further: it solves the problem of combining the two functions by dividing them between two separate but interrelated component parts or systems. But this is precisely the way in which, our mental apparatus performs its perceptual function. The layer which receives the stimuli — the system Pcpt.-Cs. — forms no permanent traces; the foundations of memory come about in other, adjoining, systems.





The Mystic. A mystic pad is used by Sigmund Freud as an illustration of psychic structure. While in return, such psychic structure may be appropriated as a reflection of social structure and quality. However, when the mystic psyche becomes the original copy, its analogy would inevitably become blurred. 

... rewriting and image courtesy of Yu Qian