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Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Barış - Goodreads

Little fun, sometimes annoying pile of valuable knowledge that can not be applied to contemprorary problems, if there's still anyone who is ambitious about using a century old ideas and accusing their owner for being many bad things. Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Harkes - Goodreads

a good overview of psychoanalysis... Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Allison - Goodreads

A good book to start with if you're interested in psychology. Gives good descriptions of the id, ego, and superego. Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Abdullah CESAR - Goodreads

2 Many crap theories...and difficult language..this book 4 professionals Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Jyothy Sreedhar - Goodreads

Psycho-analysis is easy, magical and mysterious when I have Freud with me :) Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - May - Goodreads

I guess with an entire genre of academia based on this, it's hard to dispute the importance of this very short work. That said, I am a bit uncomfortable that Freud relates all back to the sexual. It's ... Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Epcollins - Goodreads

College text Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Ned - Goodreads

we owe it to ourself, if we ever have any opinion on psychoanalysis and psychology, to give time to reading freud. Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Linda Yee - Goodreads

My ex-boyfriend, once told me that he has a sexual fantasy towards his mother when he was younger. I found that disgusting but he argue that most men have that fantasy and it was recorded by Freud. (I ... Read full review

Review: An Outline of Psycho-Analysis

User Review  - Ana - Goodreads

This book, having been amended over the course of Freud's life with footnotes each time he updated a theory instead of revising the work, is long and footnote heavy. However, Freud is always interesting. Read full review


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