Table of contents for Against Freud : critics talk back / [edited by] Todd Dufresne.

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Contents
Preface 	xxx
Introduction: The Revised Life and Work of Sigmund Freud	1
1.	"The Man Who Was Analyzed by Freud": Joseph Wortis on Freud, Freudians, and Social Justice	000
Interviewed by Todd Dufresne
2.	An American Woman in Freud's Vienna: Esther Menaker on Freudianism and Her Analysis with Anna Freud	000
Interviewed by Todd Dufresne
3.	Edward Shorter's Deflections on Medicine, History, and Psychoanalysis	000
Interviewed by Todd Dufresne
4.	Psychoanalysis and Pseudoscience: Frank J. Sulloway Revisits Freud and His Legacy	000
Interviewed by Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen
5.	Truth, Science, and the Failures of Psychoanalysis: Frederick Crews Reveals Why He Became a Freud Skeptic	000
Interviewed by Todd Dufresne
6.	Freud and Interpretation: Frank Cioffi and Allen Esterson Discuss Freud's Legacy	000
Interviewed by Todd Dufresne
7.	Schreber, Seduction, and Scholarship: Han Isra¿ls on Idiots, Lunatics, and the Psychopathology of Freud Scholars	000
Interviewed by Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen and Sonu Shamdasani
8.	Suggestion, Hypnosis, and the Critique of Psychoanalysis: Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen's "Return to Delboeuf"	000
Interviewed by Todd Dufresne
9.	Freud, Parasites, and the "Culture of Banality": Todd Dufresne Speaks of Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Theory	000
Interviewed by Antonio Greco
Suggested Readings	000
References	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939.
Psychoanalysis.