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Review: Civilization and Its Discontents

User Review  - Lotz - Goodreads

There's something unbelievable about Freud. If he was some ancient Greek or Medieval thinker, his ideas might not seem as strange. But the man was a contemporary of Albert Einstein, John Maynard ... Read full review

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User Review  - Alexander McNamara - Goodreads

NOTE: I consider Sigmund Freud a writer of fiction. As a result, when I rate one of his works, it's that work's strength as a piece of speculative fiction that I will be assigning a rating to ... Read full review

Review: Civilization and Its Discontents

User Review  - André Bueno - Goodreads

OVERVIEW Civilization and its Discontents spells out Sigmund Freud's theory that civilization itself is the main source of unhappiness. By inhibiting their natural instincts, civilization drives ... Read full review

Review: Civilization and Its Discontents

User Review  - Tahani - Goodreads

a great book to read and compare with other authors such as Nietzsche. it talks about our basic needs and how to be truly an authentic person, and how the civilization or societies forbid us from achieving that. Read full review

Review: Civilization and Its Discontents

User Review  - Tahani - Goodreads

a great book to read and compare with other authors such as Nietzsche. it talks about our basic needs and how to be truly an authentic person, and how the civilization or societies forbid us from achieving that. Read full review

Review: Civilization and Its Discontents

User Review  - Livio Dinaj - Goodreads

Despite what I perceive to be its flaws and projections of own psycho analytical dramas, Freud's collections of essays is a must read for anyone wishing to understand more of the human condition. Some ... Read full review

Review: Civilization and Its Discontents

User Review  - Andrew Krupnicki - Goodreads

Freud at his best. Enough said. Read full review

Review: Civilization and Its Discontents

User Review  - Nick - Goodreads

In the first chapter Freud begins by pondering the source of religious feelings, that is, a sense of expansiveness, limitless, connectedness where the boundary between the ego and the external world ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ilan Tsekhman - Goodreads

The sections I understood had fascinating ideas but those sections were few and far between. Read full review


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