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Contents Part I. Method 1. Freud?s Writing. The Birth of Psychoanalysis Literary Genres The Primary Importance of Psychic Processes Psychoanalysis and Science 2. Freud?s Biography (1856-1939) Part II. Works 3. 1985. Studies on Hysteria: Freudian Hysteria. Elisabeth von R. Suffering from Representations House Arrest The Question of the Origin The Psychic Body 4. 1900. The Interpretation of Dreams: Between Signification and Sense The Method Dreamwork 5. 1905. Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality Tentative Sexual Investigation Infantile Sexuality The Reworking at Puberty 6. 1910-1913. From Transferences to Transference Neurosis Transference and Hysteria Displacement of the Object Transference and Repetition Transference and Resistance Displacement of the Representation 7. 1914. On Narcissism: an Introduction: the Revision of Drive Theory Historical Background Against Jung?s Introversion of the Libido A New Theory of Drives 8. 1919-1921. Beyond the Pleasure Principle and the Repetition Compulsion The Choice of the Third The Uncanny Beyond the Pleasure Principle The Fort-Da Transference and Repetition Speculation 9. 1924. Masochism and the Meaning of Repetition The Organization of the Drives Sadomasochism Infantile Sexual Theories The Drive to Know The Experience of Pleasure Anxiety and Enjoyment Enjoyment and Femininity Pain Ordinary Masochism 10. 1921. Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego: a Generalized Theory of Identification. The Soul of Groups Collective Psychic Life Suggestion and Libido Two Artificial Crowds: Church and Army Identification Being in Love and Hypnosis The Herd Instinct Desubjectivation 11. 1923. The Ego and the Id: Revision of the Psychic Apparatus Historical Background Consciousness and Unconsciousness The Ego and the Id Ego and Superego (Ego Ideal) Two Types of Drive The Ego?s Dependency Relations 12. 1924. The Decline of the Oedipus Complex: Finding One?s Place Historical Oedipus Structural Oedipus The Phallic Phase The Decline 13. Denial, Disavowal, and the Activity of Thought Denial (1925) Fetishism (1927) Disavowal Part III. The Meaning of Freudianism 14. The Question of Lay Analysis: The Status of Psychoanalysis in Society Historical Background The Question of Lay Analysis The Political Stakes Psychoanalysis Farà da Se 15. The Fundamental Rule: The Space of the Treatment The Failure of Dora?s Analysis Transference Love The Rat Man The Fundamental Rule One Space for Two Psyches 16. The Extraterritorial Space of Uttering Ethics and Metaphysics Cult of the Father, Cult of the Dead Freudian Mythology Emergence of the Law Culture and Repression of the Drives The Sense of Guilt The Disenchantment of the World Freudian Metapsychology The Space of Uttering Ethics and Method References Index
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Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939.
Psychoanalysts -- Austria -- Biography.