An Outline of Psychoanalysis

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Penguin UK, Jul 31, 2003 - Psychology - 272 pages
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One of fifteen volumes in the new Freud series commissioned for Penguin by series editor Adam Phillips. Part of a plan to generate a new, non-specialist Freud for a wide readership, which goes way beyond the institutional/clinical market and presents material to the reader in a new way.
This volume will contain NEW INTRODUCTORY LECTURES IN PSYCHOANALYSIS and AN OUTLINE OF PSYCHOANALYSIS.

 

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What a brilliant scientist Freud was! And how eloquent he puts forward his views. At times the arguments are weathered by time, but no doubt this book represents the most important thoughts in the history of psychology. Read full review

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One must be careful when reading Freud—every once in a while, he makes a little bit of sense and the reader may follow him down his blind alleys. An interesting albeit unsupportable treatise, good ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Malcolm Bowie
Dreams and Occultism
TheAnalysis ofthe Psychical Personality
5Femaleness
On theQuestion of a Weltanschauung
What We Gain For Our Theory
Notes
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Sigmund Freud was born in 1856 and died in exile in London in 1939. As a writer and doctor he remains one of the informing voices of the twentieth century.

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