By 1967 Freudian psychoanalysis
had again reached a fever pitch in European intellectual life owing to the seminars of Jacques Lacan, which began in 1953 and claimed a 'return to Freud.
To a certain extent, that is also the goal of Freudian psychoanalysis
The book takes a history of psychology approach at first, moving from intuitive conceptions of introspective knowledge to the traditions of Freudian psychoanalysis
, behaviorism, and neuropsychological inference from studies of accidental brain damage.
Langer was a freelance psychoanalytical consultant who had served in World War I and then ventured into Freudian psychoanalysis
Based on an illuminating examination of aspects of Freud's therapeutic theory and his account of paranoia, Grunbaum argues that it is the inductivist demarcation between science and nonscience--rather than Popper's criterion--that seriously impugns the scientific credentials of Freudian psychoanalysis
His Clinical Diary (1932) is an intimate record of his fallings-out with Freudian psychoanalysis
and the forging of a psychoanalytic ethics of his own.
Except in France and Argentina, Freudian psychoanalysis
is a dead religion.
Specific chapters include proof in Freud's writing, self in psychoanalysis and phenomenological philosophy, atheism and Freudian psychoanalysis
, and psychiatry and moral values.
Jews, Judaism, and Jewishness are relatively familiar topics in Borges scholarship; (1) Freudian psychoanalysis
, in contrast, is largely absent from the critical bibliography on the most studied of Argentine authors.
The obvious affinities between Freudian psychoanalysis
and Gothic texts have long been noted.
Apprehending the Inaccessible: Freudian Psychoanalysis
and Existential Phenomenology.
Her work marries this interest in Freudian psychoanalysis
to a political optimism--"between 'waking and dreaming' we can learn 'seeing,' and recognize 'a tomorrow' in the future," she once wrote.