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Freuds Theories Applied to Peter Shaffers Amadeus 1 Preface People live to balance between a morality principle and a pleasure principle How well we harmonize the two can decide our life color Therefore I wonder which principle a great person chose to follow in ones life I will talk about a great musician Mozart applying Freuds theories in the movie called Peter Shaffers Amadeus 2 The analysis of Mozarts character in the movie I was able to notice through the movie that Mozart sought for a pleasure principle a lot because he loved women enjoying a game and drinking alcohol to persue only id Therefore he really disliked to follow the convention of the society and rules obligatorily which are reality However normal people can hold back their pleasures although they greatly want to follow id in their mind because they want to find a point of compromise between the two the morality and pleasure principle Precisely common people accept the rules here their mental attitudes are represented as superego In the movie I looked into how Mozart accepted the morality and pleasure principle 1 Mozart leaving Salzburg Around 18C the archbishop Hieronymus Colorado ruled over Salzburg Colorado was an employer of Mozart and his father Leopold Mozart and was really strict not allowing them to go to a concert tour well He gave Mozart and his father a lot of money for a salary to make sure that they stand in the relation of master and servant However between Mozarts free character and the employers autocratic character there caused lots of trouble Therefore Mozart got fired Actually that was what he really wanted Colorado controlled Mozart who really wanted to do his own seeking music with many strict rules and restrictions and Mozart gave up his position that guaranteed social and economic security After all Mozart left Salzburg for free artistic activities Here we
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