Freud and Psychoanalysis

Freud and Psychoanalysis

Book - 1970
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Publisher: [Princeton, N.J.] : Princeton University Press, [1970, c1961]
Branch Call Number: 616.89 JUN
Characteristics: xii, 368 p

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Freud liked to think of big, burly Gustav as a son: certainly he chose him as his successor. But Jung disagreed with the father's theory more and more, as time went on. So the divorce had to happen. Freud limped on without him. He still had Jones and Rank. Then Rank disagreed, and left. Freud still had Anna Freud. I don't mean anything dirty by that ' had.' She went on to write some advanced Freudian theory, and nursed him through his terminal illness as WW2 started around them. Reading this book may help you understand why so many of Freud's followers ended up disagreeing with so much of his theory. It's difficult, but you can do it. I know that you can.

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