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1) With Freud, he believed in the existence of unconscious drives.
2) Along with Freud, he believed in the existence of unconscious drives.

3) Like Freud, he believed in the existence of unconscious drives.

Does '1' imply that they were associated? Does it imply they were contemporaries?
How about '2'?
Do '1' or '2' imply that he was an associate or a disciple of Freud's?


Gratefully,
Navi

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