to feel a fraud

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Sirius77

Senior Member
Turkish
Hi,

Do you agree that here "to feel a fraud" means "to feels yourself as a fraud"?


"Freud and his followers would soon be described in exactly
this way, encouraged to feel fraudulent while investigating the
provenance and purpose of all the horrifyingly severe internal
judgments that modern people were prone to (to feel a fraud is
to have already consented to the standards you are being judged
by)." (A. Phillips, Becoming Freud).

Best wishes.
 
  • PaulQ

    Senior Member
    UK
    English - England
    Do you agree that here "to feel a fraud" means "to feels as if you were a fraud" :tick:
     
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