Papers on Psychoanalysis
Includes his classic overview of symbolism. Many high opinions have been expressed of Dr. Ernest Jones' classical work on psycho-analytical teaching. It has been described as "the best expositition of psycho-analysis in the English language"; as "The work of a great authority, lucid, stimulating and never bigoted"; and the "best exposition of Freudian theories by a British medical author." This fifth edition will still further enhance the world wide reputation of this book.
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THE PSYCHOPATHOLCGY OF EVERYDAY LIFE
THE GENESIS OF THE SUPEREGO
LOVE AND MORALITY
THE CONCEPT OFANORMALMIND X FREUDS THEORYOF DREAMS
THE NATUREOFAUTOSUGGESTION XIII THE PSYCHOPATHOLOGYOF ANXIETY XIV FEARGUILTAND
JEALOUSY XVII PSYCHOANALYSIS ANDMODERN
THE UNCONSCIOUS MIND AND MEDICAL PRACTICE
THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF FEMALE
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