Lapsus

A lapsus (lapse, slip, error) is an involuntary mistake made while writing or speaking, something long studied in philology. According to Freud`s early psychoanalytic theory, a lapsus represents a bungled act that hides an unconscious desire: `the phenomena can be traced back to incompletely suppressed psychical material...pushed away by consci......
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lapsus

fall, fault, error, sliding, graduate movement.
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lapsus

lapsus From Latin, a slipping, a fall.
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lapsus

Latin, meaning: fall, fault, error, sliding, gradual movement.
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