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A short introduction to Sigmund Freud’s life

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1962

Sigmund Freud was born in 1856 in Moravia; between the ages of four and eighty-two his home was in Vienna; in 1938 Hitler’s invasion of Austria forced him to seek asylum in London, where he died in the following year. (…)

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An unknown autobiographical fragment by Freud : 1946 : Siegfried Bernfeld

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1946

Bernfeld. Siegfried : ‘An unknown autobiographical fragment by Freud’ : The American Imago : Vol 4 : 1946 : p3-19 : Available at www.LacanianWorksExchange.net  /authors a-z References to Sigmund Freud: Note these are given to the German edition and time is (…)

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A short biography of Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on September 23, 1939

The following shows some of the turning-points in Sigmund Freud’s work. Events such as the publication of important papers, interactions with colleagues and a few domestic are also included.[i] 6 May 1856    Birth at Freiberg in Moravia 1860    Family (…)

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It almost looks as if analysis were the third of those ‘impossible’ professions in which one can be sure beforehand of achieving unsatisfying results. The other two, which have been known much longer, are education and government: Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on January 2, 1937

Quote from Sigmund Freud, who wrote this 75 years ago, [i] as follows: And finally we must not forget that the analytic relationship is based on a love of truth – that is, on a recognition of reality – and that (…)

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Letter to Ernest Jones of 4th June 1922 : Letter 364 : Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on June 4, 1922

This is an examination by Sigmund Freud of Ernest Jones’ analysis of Joan Rivière. Note: Previous correspondence from Jones to Freud of 22nd May 1922 Letter 359 & 26th May 1922 Letter 361 give the background to Freud’s comments. On (…)

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The Psychogenesis of a case of Homosexuality in a Woman : 1920 : Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1920

Originally published in German as: Über die Psychogenese Eines Falles von Weiblicher Homosexualität (A) References to German Editions: 1920    Int. Z. Psychoanal., Vol 6 (1), p1-24 1947    Gesammelte Werke, Vol 12, p271-302 In German see www.LacanianWorksExchange.net   /freud or published (…)

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Introduction to Psycho-Analysis and the War Neuroses (1919) & Memorandum to a Commission set up by the Austrian War Ministry in the following year (1920) : Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1919

Introduction to Psycho-Analysis and the War Neuroses (1919) & Memorandum presented by Sigmund Freud  to a Commission set up by the Austrian War Ministry in the following year (1920) : Sigmund Freud Probably translated by James Strachey Standard Edition: Volume (…)

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Preface to Theodor Reik’s ‘Ritual: Psychoanalytic Studies’ by: 1919: Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1919

 Development time-line 1913: Totem and Taboo, Some point of agreement between the mental lives of savages and neurotics : Sigmund Freud Between 1914 & 1919  : ‘The Shofar’, one of the texts, given as a lecture by Theodro Reik : (…)

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The Shofar (The Ram’s Horn): 1919: Theodor Reik with preface by Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1919

Contents of this post: Development time-line Availability Publications in English The Shofar’s Index Freud’s Preface Beginning of the book review (1931) ‘Shofar’ as referenced by Jacques Lacan Development time-line 1913: Totem and Taboo, Some point of agreement between the mental (…)

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Self-punishment paranoia: 1916: Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1916

Quote from: Criminals from a Sense of Guilt[i]: Sigmund Freud: 1916 In telling me about their early youth, particularly before puberty, people who have afterwards often become very respectable have informed me of forbidden actions which they committed at that (…)

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