- (in Freudian theory) the part of the mind which imposes on itself concepts of ideal behaviour developed from parental and social standards.；(in general use) an idealized conception of oneself.
noun: ego-ideal, plural noun: ego-ideals
n. (in Freudian theory) the part of the mind which imposes on itself concepts of ideal behavior developed from parental and social standards.
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...goal. No matter how, the most important must be persevered in his ego ideal. -- No matter how, the most important thing must be persevered in ...
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