the main aspects of freud''s argument , Humanities

In Civilization and its Discontents, Sigmund Freud argues that civilization is actually an obstruction towards humanity attaining happiness.

(a)    Identify the main aspects of Freud's argument

(b) critically assess the idea that sublimated instincts find expression in various aspects of an individual's life.

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