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Freud: A Lifeby Paul FerrisOur Price: $14.40by Herbert MarcuseOur Price: $14.45by Nancy J.
Mark Edmundson teaches English at the University of Virginia. His book “The Death of Sigmund Freud: The Legacy of His Last Days” is being published this month.

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Even those faithful to Freud would significantlyexpand upon and, ultimately, transform Freud's origin insights into thenature of psychological life.
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Sigmund Freud: Sigmund Freud, Austrian neurologist, founder of psychoanalysis
Freud was aware that there were many modes of introspection abroad in the world, but he of course thought psychoanalysis was by far the best. He said that the poets were there before him as discoverers of the inner life but that they had never been able to make their knowledge about it systematic and accessible. So throughout the Moses book, Freud subtly identifies himself with the prophet and implies that psychoanalysis may be the most consequential heir of the Jewish “advance in intellectuality.” Freud believed that he had suffered for his commitment to psychoanalysis (which did not and does not lack detractors) and clearly looked to Moses as an example of a great figure who had braved resistance to his beliefs, both by Pharaoh in Egypt and by his own people. Moses hung on to his convictions — much as Freud aspired to do.


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In any case, Freud's development model, a theory of 'psychosexualdevelopment,' traced the development of childhood seuxality through variousstages, organized according to 'erogenous zones,' bodily zones which arehighly sexually charged at certain stages in development: in particular,the mouth, anus, and genitals.

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“Elisabeth Roudinesco publishes a new biography on Sigmund Freud. Due to her central position in the French intellectual life – among others she regularly writes in Le Monde – this French historian and psychoanalyst has become a major actor in the never ending and sometimes very violent discussions on the legacy of Freud.”

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Freud’s argument suggests that belief in an unseen God may prepare the ground not only for science and literature and law but also for intense introspection. Someone who can contemplate an invisible God, Freud implies, is in a strong position to take seriously the invisible, but perhaps determining, dynamics of inner life. He is in a better position to know himself. To live well, the modern individual must learn to understand himself in all his singularity. He must be able to pause and consider his own character, his desires, his inhibitions and values, his inner contradictions. And Judaism, with its commitment to one unseen God, opens the way for doing so. It gives us the gift of inwardness.

A frank account of Freud's life.

From his work with patients, Freud was eventually led to develop a moreand more sophisticated theory of the human psyche which became increasinglyunderstood according to a developmental model.