Crews's book is the crescendo of his long, dogged, and noble campaign against Freud and Freudianism
1) He mentions again, The word in life and the word in poetry, and the book Freudianism
(a critical sketch), which includes an indication of the publisher (Lenotguiz) and the year of publication (1927);
non-communist Marxism, Neo-Marxist libertarian socialism, Freudianism
The elliptical habit of "laying down a series of hints, or residues, of experience" highlights how Foix recurrently deploys psychoanalytic symbols with fairly fixed meanings, while Foix's cosmopolitan Freudianism
discloses the absence of a philosophical code in the US poets, as well as their recourse to figure and syntax to generate meaning in an anglophone context.
Discussing French Communist Louis Althusser, who postulated a post-Stalinist Marxism centered on Freudianism
, Bolton says "an entire school of Leftist sociological and psychoanalytical interpretation has been formulated around the concept of the Right and even of normal, 'conservative' values, such as loyalty to family and affection for parents, being interpreted as symptoms of mental ill-health.
In an age saturated by Freudianism
, moms could now be blamed for juvenile delinquency, neurosis, lack of combat readiness in soldiers, alcoholism ("mom in a bottle"), homosexuality, and rape.
She experienced visions and suffered nightmares before culture had so embraced, deformed, and defanged Freudianism
that the very idea of an unrecognized layer of cognition "beneath" consciousness became impossible.
Psychoanalytic concepts were common parlance in the mid-twentieth century, Lunbeck notes; cultural critics such as Tom Wolfe, Peter Marin, and Christopher Lasch adapted the scholarship about narcissism for a readership already primed by decades of pop Freudianism
and the Literary Mind, for example, Frederick Hoffman opens his chapter on "Lawrence's Quarrel with Freud" with this declaration:
Did Britain repent of her flirtation with the new godless ideologies and whimsies--from Marxism, spiritualism, and Freudianism
to eugenics--that had been contaminating the universities and salons of fashionable Mayfair and elsewhere?
He charges Freudianism
with presenting humans in an inherently false, individualistic, asocial, and ahistorial setting.
In contrast to other Freudian books of the time and to Freudianism
itself, The Culture of Narcissism has only grown in influence.