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  • noun The state or condition of being unfoundedd.


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  • A mathematical approach to the general issue of “self-reference vs. unfoundedness” can be found in Bernardi 2001.

    Paradoxes and Contemporary Logic Cantini, Andrea 2007

  • My essay ends by predicting that until the unfoundedness of the Freudian system becomes generally known, we can expect to keep encountering new forms of therapeutic mischief in the name of recovering "the repressed."

    'Victims of Memory': An Exchange Albert, Carol 1995

  • Rice uncovers the fanciful character of Freud's analyses in every examined instance but, like many another humanist, shrinks from facing the wholesale unfoundedness of psychoanalysis as a hermeneutic system.

    The Unknown Freud: An Exchange Blum, Harold P. 1994


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