Sigmund Freud's Christian Unconscious
Making extensive use of Freud's correspondence and writings, Vitz discusses Freud's early childhood in Moravia (especially his relationship with his Catholic nanny), his rejection of his father, his university years, his extended visits to Rome, his involvement with cocaine, his peculiar preoccupation with the holiday of Pentecost, and more. Photographs.
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Chapter One The First Three Years
Importance for Religion
Was His Nanny a Thief?
Freuds Response to the Loss of His Nanny
Freuds First Annaor What Was the Nanny Called?
Freuds Rejection of His Father
The Meaning of the Name Sigismund
Mozarts Don Giovanni
Rome Malleus Maleficarum
Splitting and Object Relations Theory
Freud and the Occult
Jesus as the AntiOedipus
Chapter Three Young Manhood
Poems and Novels 9 7
Freud and Literature
Cocaine and the Devil
Amalia ambivalence Anna Anti-Christ anti-Semitism associated atheism Bakan baptism believe Bernays biographers Bowlby Brentano Breuer castration Catholic certainly Chapter child childhood Christian church cocaine connected Czech death Devil discussion Don Giovanni Drobin earlier early Easter especially evidence example experience expression fact father Faust Figure Franz Brentano Freiberg Freud & Jung Freud & Pfister Freud referred Freud wrote Freud's mother Freud's nanny Freud's personal Freudian Gedo German Goethe Grinstein Haitzmann Hell Hutten hysteria identified Illusion important intellectual involved Jesus Jewish Jews Jones Kriill Krull later Martha mentioned Moravia Moses Moses and Monotheism nanny nanny's neurotic noted Oedipal Oedipus complex Origins pact patient Pentecost Philipp poem psychoanalysis psychological quoted rejection religion religious remark Roazen Rome Screen Memories seduction separation anxiety sexual Sigmund Freud significance Spector story suggested Sulloway Swales theme theory tion unconscious University of Vienna Velikovsky 1941 Vienna Walpurgisnacht woman writing young
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