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Review: Psychopathology of Everyday LifeUser Review - Leigh - Goodreads
Probably one of Freud's easier-to-read books. It's interesting to read his theories about some of the most common, unexplained events that occur everyday in our lives. He attempts to answer questions ... Read full review
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Review: The Psychopathology of Everyday LifeUser Review - Anna - Goodreads
Finished it finally. Never again. Jung's next. I've had the impression that Freud's full of himself, the quantity of the examples are too damn much and the theories... I have to admit, some of them ... Read full review
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Page 290 - I asked him to continue his free associations. The next thought was of a factory stack which he could see from his bedroom window. He often stood of an evening watching the flame and smoke issuing out of it, and reflecting on this deplorable waste of energy. Heat, flame, the source of life, the waste of vital energy issuing from an upright, hollow tube ó it was not hard to divine from such associations that the ideas of heat and fire were unconsciously linked in his mind with the idea of love,...
Page 88 - I repeatedly addressed my patient as Mrs. Smith, her married daughter's name, when her real name is Mrs. James. My attention having been called to it, I soon discovered that I had another patient of the same name who refused to pay for the treatment. Mrs. Smith was also my patient and paid her bills promptly.
Page 307 - ... the psychology of the unconscious. One could venture to explain in this way the myths of paradise and the fall of man, of God, of good and evil, of immortality and so on and to transform metaphysics into metapsychology.
Page 300 - As is known, many persons argue against the assumption of an absolute psychic determinism by referring to an intense feeling of conviction that there is a free will. This feeling of conviction exists, but is not incompatible with the belief in determinism.
Page 91 - Une autre dame que j'ai cogneue, entretenant une autre grand dame plus qu'elle, et luy louant et exaltant ses beautez, elle luy dit apres: 'Non, madame, ce que je vous en dis, ce n'est point pour vous adulterer; voulant dire adulater, comme elle le rhabilla ainsi: pensez qu'elle songeoit a adulterer.
Page 41 - Prsecox, p. 45.) Mr. Y. falls in love with a lady who soon thereafter marries Mr. X. In spite of the fact that Mr. Y. was an old acquaintance of Mr. X., and had business relations with him, he repeatedly forgot the name, and on a number of occasions, when wishing to correspond with X., he was obliged to ask other people for his name, (op.
Page 329 - It is quite probable that in forgetting, there can really be no question of a direct function of time. From the repressed memory traces, it can be verified that they suffer no changes even in the longest periods. The unconscious, at all events knows no time limit. The most important, as well as the most peculiar character of psychic fixation consists in the fact that all impressions are, on the one hand, retained in the same form as they were received, and also in the forms that they have assumed...
Page 100 - You may say what you please about Teddy, but there is one thing ó he can always be relied upon ; he always gives you a square meal,
Page 336 - But the common character of the mildest, as well as the severest cases to which the faulty and chance actions contribute, lies in the ability to refer the phenomena to unwelcome, repressed, psychic material, which, though pushed away from consciousness, is nevertheless not robbed of all capacity to express itself.
Page 18 - This stream of thoughts has some connection with the theme which we discussed before the Latin word escaped you." "You are right. I now think of an article in an Italian journal which I have recently read. I believe it was entitled: 'What St. Augustine said Concerning Women.' What can you do with this?" I waited. "Now I think of something which surely has no connection with the theme.
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