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Libidinal tension, on the other hand, as far as we know, is less rigid and more plastic and, inasmuch as it is a source of pleasure, it can be prolonged, even though it ultimately aims at discharge. This means that by nature its discharge is not such that it cannot be postponed. While discharge of aggressive tension aims at the elimination of unpleasure, discharge of libidinal tension aims at increasing pleasure. This implies that, strictly speaking, the equation relief=pleasure is acceptable only as far as libidinal discharge is concerned, while aggressive discharge seems to aim primarily at relief.
In other words, the energy involved in the phenomena of unpleasure does not seem to be the same as that involved in the phenomena of pleasure. This fact, if confirmed, would show that Freud's hypothesis of an unidentified qualitative element was exact. However, since we are dealing with something of considerable consequence, before we can accept it, we must try to see whether and how it fits in with the other facts we already know, whether and to what extent it further clarifies or modifies them, and what new relationships it may establish with and among other facts.
Further on, an extraordinary example will be given of imitative reactivation of the perceptions of the oral cavity, as the result of serious oral frustrations. I would like to point out here, however, that certain early conditions of oral frustration may determine disturbances of the oral psychic areaÐnamely, of introjective mechanismsÐwith the result that an imitative activity of introjections may partly substitute introjective activity. A PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY OF INFANTILE EXPERIENCE 21 From the dynamic point of view the psycho-oral area seems to be proportionately much more exposed to the conflicts in the object relationship, while the sensory area seems to provide a possible withdrawal from the conflicts, and the exclusion of the external object which promotes them.