Freud, women, and morality: the psychology of good and evil

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Basic Books, 1988 - Philosophy - 270 pages
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Refutes Freud's theory of morality, and argues that the Freudian tendency to assign moral responsibility to the superego allows social and parental bigotry

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Sagan challenges Freudian psychoanalytic belief in the superegothe harsh, parental male authorityfunctioning as man's moral watchdog. According to the author, Freud's ambivalence toward women ... Read full review

Contents

Freuds Dilemma and Freuds Solution
3
The Conflict between
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Tyranny and Equality
27
Copyright

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Sagan is Lecturer in Sociology on the Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research, New York City.

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