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Freud, biologist of the mind

Frank J. Sulloway

Freud, biologist of the mind

beyond the psychoanalytic legend

by Frank J. Sulloway

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Published by Basic Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939,
  • Psychoanalysis -- History,
  • Psychobiology

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrank J. Sulloway.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF173.F85 S79
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 612 p. :
    Number of Pages612
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4404831M
    ISBN 100465025595
    LC Control Number79007343

    Biologist of the mind book interpreted this dream as wish-fulfillment. Sulloway Basic Books, pp. The dual myths, Sulloway argues, are characteristic of a science establishing a new paradigm, especially one with the cult-like tendencies and the master-disciple relationship characteristic of psychoanalysis. He credited Sulloway with suggesting a way of integrating the various methods used in multidisciplinary approaches to the scientific study of sex and with carefully reviewing "pages of references, letters, and even margin notes from Freud's personal library to write one of the most valuable studies of the history of both sexology and science". Tulving, E. The unconscious.

    The unbearable automaticity of being. He believes that engaging in retrospective diagnosis is extremely difficult, and notes Freud while Eysenck is one of several authors to have argued that Anna O. But Crews imagines assignations in the family home in Vienna as well. It was bogus science all the way. Freud mentions cocaine often in the letters. He also suspects that Freud had sex with a prostitute, and was therefore not a virgin when, at the age of thirty, he finally got married.

    It seems more plausible, as Freud suggested, that the fish represented the patient's mother rather than a penis! Lindner, Freud had reported a systematic study of sucking. Overall, Freud's theory is highly unscientific. The murderous desires and fantasies that are openly displayed in the Oedipus myth are more repressed in Hamlet, whose conscience made him a coward — but he is ultimately also a very dangerous man, not only for his uncle and rivals but also for his beloved Ophelia. The Myth of the Hero in the Psychoanalytic Movement


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Freud, biologist of the mind by Frank J. Sulloway Download PDF Ebook

The resistances to psycho-analysis. Choose a Print, Digital, or All Access subscription. Implicit social cognition: attitudes, self-esteem, and stereotypes. Sulloway is not one of those historians who Freud content to put their predecessors right on this or that small or medium-sized point.

However, most of the evidence for Freud's theories are taken from an unrepresentative sample. However, he believed Sulloway failed to provide a detailed treatment of Freud's revised theory of anxiety or to provide a useful discussion of Freud's relationship with Breuer, and was guilty of some inaccuracies in reporting Freud's views.

The unconscious. September Macmillan describes Freud Freud as "a critical evaluation of Freud's personality theory". Crews makes a Freud deal of the correspondence, and he finds much to disapprove of. He granted that Macmillan made some correct criticisms of Freud's method of free association, but criticized him for treating it as though it were a psychological test rather than an innovation in interviewing.

The Nature and Origins of Psychoanalysis 2. One comes to the agreeable conclusion that the author has cleared the air; and that, in putting Freud in his place, he claims for him a very high place indeed.

The reason was the Oedipus complex. Did he, in fact? The neuro-psychoses of defence. The unbearable automaticity of being.

Freud's system was influenced by the nineteenth century idea that inborn predispositions that serve as the basis for ontogenetic development mirror the phlogenetic development of the human species. What are the most interesting ideas of Sigmund Freud?.

It was bogus science all the way. Standard edition, 19, SE, 3: Freud, Biologist of the Mind received the Pfizer Award of the History of Science Society for the best book published in the field in Synopsis (from the book's dust jacket): This monumental intellectual biography of Freud is the first serious reassessment of the great man and his work since Ernest Jones's classic biography of almost twenty-five years ago.

In this monumental intellectual biography, Frank Sulloway demonstrates that Freud always remained, despite his denials, a biologist of the mind; and, indeed, that his most creative inspirations derived significantly from biology.

Sulloway analyzes the political aspects of the complex myth of Author: Sulloway.

Freud, Biologist of the Mind: Beyond the Psychoanalytic Legend

As Sulloway writes: “Freud’s entire life’s work in science biologist of the mind book characterized by an abiding faith in the notion that all vital phenomena, including psychical ones, are rigidly and lawfully determined by the principle of Freud and effect” (Freud, Biologist of the Mind, p.

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94).Drawing upon many new sources, including a detailed ebook of his ebook library, Sulloway demonstrates that Freud, in spite of later denials, always remained a "biologist of the mind," that, indeed, his most creative inspirations derived from This monumental intellectual biography of Freud is the 1st serious reassessment of his work since Ernest Jones' classic biography.4/5.