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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Freud believed that the suppression of an instinct in man, does not wipe out that instinct, and does not make him give it up, but actually causes mental disorder, namely, the instinct retreats to the unconscious and is manifested in other forms representing the above disorder. Besides mental unconsciousness, Frankl believed in spiritual unconsciousness too, which means that the suppression of innate belief in God and religion makes such belief retreat into spiritual unconssious and then emerge as superstition.
This disorder will bother and trouble the person in the form of an existential void or a feeling of emptyness. In this article, the two viewpoints are compared with the viewpoint obtained from the Qur'an in this regard.