Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis, Volume 1
Never before, in the course of thirty years of lecturing at the University of Vienna, had he deliberately set down, with a view to publication, the full range of his theories and observations. This series, therefore, represents a stock-taking of psychoanalysis as it stood after the secession of Adler and Jung. In common with the majority of profound thinkers, Freud commanded an exceptionally simple and readable style of exposition - his conclusions about the unconscious mind, about dreams, phantasies, anxiety, symbolism, perversions, infantile sexuality and other aspects of psychoanalysis are summarized here with a telling and easy elegance.
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Male chauvinist. Nothing closet about him at all. The wonder is that he is still given any credence. If ever there was advice to be applied to the "teacher", it would be this: Physician, heal thyself. Read full review
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This book of around 500 pages consists of the transcripts of a series of 28 lectures on Psychoanalysis first delivered by Freud nearly a hundred years ago. His style is conversational, playful even ... Read full review
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