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By Sigmund Freud | Comments: ( 131 ) | Date: ( Jul 19, 2019 )

In reasoned progression he outlined core psychoanalytic concepts, such as repression, free association and libido Of the various English translations of Freud s major works to appear in his lifetime, only one was authorized by Freud himself The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud under the general editorship of James Strachey.Freud approIn reasoned progression he outlined core psychoanalytic concepts, such as repression, free association and libido Of the various English translations of Freud s major works to appear in his lifetime, only one was authorized by Freud himself The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud under the general editorship of James Strachey.Freud approved the overall editorial plan, specific renderings of key words and phrases, and the addition of valuable notes, from bibliographical and explanatory Many of the translations were done by Strachey himself the rest were prepared under his supervision The result was to place the Standard Edition in a position of unquestioned supremacy over all other existing versions.Newly designed in a uniform format, each new paperback in the Standard Edition opens with a biographical essay on Freud s life and work along with a note on the individual volume by Peter Gay, Sterling Professor of History at Yale.


  • Title: Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis
  • Author: Sigmund Freud
  • ISBN: 9780871401182
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback

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Sigmund Freud

Freud was an Austrian neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis, who created an entirely new approach to the understanding of the human personality He is regarded as one of the most influential and controversial minds of the 20th century.Sigismund later changed to Sigmund Freud was born on 6 May 1856 in Freiberg, Moravia now Pribor in the Czech Republic His father was a merchant The family moved to Leipzig and then settled in Vienna, where Freud was educated Freud s family were Jewish but he was himself non practising.In 1873, Freud began to study medicine at the University of Vienna After graduating, he worked at the Vienna General Hospital He collaborated with Josef Breuer in treating hysteria by the recall of painful experiences under hypnosis In 1885, Freud went to Paris as a student of the neurologist Jean Charcot On his return to Vienna the following year, Freud set up in private practice, specialising in nervous and brain disorders The same year he married Martha Bernays, with whom he had six children.Freud developed the theory that humans have an unconscious in which sexual and aggressive impulses are in perpetual conflict for supremacy with the defences against them In 1897, he began an intensive analysis of himself In 1900, his major work The Interpretation of Dreams was published in which Freud analysed dreams in terms of unconscious desires and experiences.In 1902, Freud was appointed Professor of Neuropathology at the University of Vienna, a post he held until 1938 Although the medical establishment disagreed with many of his theories, a group of pupils and followers began to gather around Freud In 1910, the International Psychoanalytic Association was founded with Carl Jung, a close associate of Freud s, as the president Jung later broke with Freud and developed his own theories.After World War One, Freud spent less time in clinical observation and concentrated on the application of his theories to history, art, literature and anthropology In 1923, he published The Ego and the Id , which suggested a new structural model of the mind, divided into the id, the ego and the superego.In 1933, the Nazis publicly burnt a number of Freud s books In 1938, shortly after the Nazis annexed Austria, Freud left Vienna for London with his wife and daughter Anna.Freud had been diagnosed with cancer of the jaw in 1923, and underwent than 30 operations He died of cancer on 23 September 1939.



Comments Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis

  • Roy Lotz

    The medulla oblongata is a very serious and lovely object.When I was in college, I used to get in long and rather aimless arguments with a friend about Freud. The funny thing is, both of us agreed that Freud was fundamentally wrong about most things. The argument was, rather, whether Freud was worth reading and thinking about—and was even potentially useful—in spite of his theories’ veracity. My friend said he wasn’t, and I said he was. I still think this way, which is why, every now and [...]


  • peiman-mir5 rezakhani

    ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، در این کتاب زنده یاد <فروید> در موردِ مسائلِ گوناگونی در رابطه با روانکاوی سخن گفته است و برخی از سخنرانی هایِ او در این کتاب جمع آوری شده است، که در موردِ بسیاری از آنها در ریویوهایِ دیگر برایِ شما عزیزان نوشته ام بنظرم یکی از بهترین بخشهای این سخنان مربو [...]


  • Nathan "N.R." Gaddis

    “What it’s like to be a fucking human being” is a phrase we know to be DFW’s characterization of the kind of fiction he was intent on creating. The sentiment has a long tradition of compelling the creation of great books, back through Barth and Pynchon, Joyce and Proust, Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, Shakespeare and Rabelais, Homer and Socrates. Add to the series the name “Freud,” who along with Marx and Nietzsche, these three masters of suspicion, turned our attention to an element of bei [...]


  • Zahra Taher

    مع أن ما يقوله فرويد من الأفكار يثير حفيظة القارئ أحياناً ليس لغرابة أو فداحة الأفكار بل بسبب أسلوب فرويد الواثق والمتيقن من صحتها ورجحانها مع ذلك فلا يسع المُطَّلِع على ما يكتبه إلا أن يجد نفسه أمام عالم قوي الملاحظة مع مقدرة على التحليل بعمق، ولعل سبب النفور لا يخلو أيضاً م [...]


  • Andrei Tamaş

    Am citit o ediţie publicată în 1980, deci încă pe vremea lu' Ceaşcă. Partea cea mai frumoasă şi demnă de studiat a volumului este reprezentată de faptul că acesta este dedicat "profesorilor universitari şi studenţilor, viitori profesori", după cum se statuează pe prima pagină. Deloc de neglijat, dacă avem în vedere o eventuală cumpănire a comuniştilor între dispreţul faţă de ştiinţele umaniste şi teama că ceea ce a putut scrie Freud ar putea ajuta pe cineva. Tre' s [...]


  • Voldemort

    After my long agonizing exodus of reading this book (3 volumes translated in my place), I wished one thing: strangling Freud’s dead body and killing him once again. But then, I thought. What if my throttling him, it’s subconsciously related to one simple sexual act, the fulfilling action of a hand job? My fingers wrapped around his neck causing satisfying pressure. This means I wanna kill somebody’s dick. And that is wrong, very wrong. Thus, I thought again.Maybe me suffocating him in real [...]


  • howl of minerva

    Freud was a genius. That in no way means he was always right. But you ignore him at your peril if you are interested in understanding the human condition.


  • Ghada

    كتاب صغير عباره عن ثلاث محاضرات, كان المفروض يكون إسمه "الهفوات و التحليل النفسي" أو حاجه زي كدهمعضمه مقدمات وكلام بديهي (في وقتها كانت محاولات فرويد لإقناع علماء النفس) بأهمية دارسة الهفوات وزلات اللسان ضمن التحليل النفسييمكن آخر محاضره هي اللي فيها المفيد


  • Scribble Orca

    Male chauvinist. Nothing closet about him at all. The wonder is that he is still given any credence. If ever there was advice to be applied to the "teacher", it would be this:Physician, heal thyself.


  • Noor

    طغى التكرار وسرد الأمثلة على الكتاب،، لكن غياب الأدلة الداعمة لهذه الأمثلة اضعف المحتوى بشكل كبير وربما يرجع هذا الى كون المادة مأخوذة عن محاضرات ملقاة.


  • Chris

    Let me preface my review of Freud's introductory lectures by appending an excerpt from my review of The Communist Manifesto:Having recently read the introductory lectures of Sigmund Freud preceding my reading of The Communist Manifesto, I realize that Marx has most probably suffered the same fate as Freud in the modern age: they are both dismissed as radical idealists who expired in the infancy of their sociological/psychological breakthroughs. This faulty appraisal is reinforced by most people' [...]


  • Miglė

    Kažkada labai seniai skaičiau šitą knygą sėdėdama bare, praeidamas kažkas iš darbuotojų pasakė: "O, Freudas", o paskui atnešė sulčių baro sąskaita. Taip ir nesupratau, kas tąsyk įvyko.---Bet knyga patiko - nėra moksliškai aktuali, bet įdomu stebėti patį mąstymo būdą, ypač apie riktus patiko skaityti, iki šiol pamenu.


  • Aya آية

    محاضرات تمهيدية في التحليل النفسي يناقش فيها فرويد نظريته عن "علم الهفوات" . الهفوات هي عبارة عن مجموعة من الظاهرات الشائعة مثل: زلات اللسان والقراءات مغلوطة والسمع مغلوط والنسيان وتضييع الأشياء، و لها ثلاث أنواع رئيسية1. الهفوات الناتجة عن تشتت الإنتباه، الناتجة عن أسباب عض [...]


  • David Balfour

    It's easy to imagine sitting there, listening to Freud speak, and feeling you were at the forefront of a new discipline, witnessing the exciting and ground-breaking exploration of a life-changing unknown. I was surprised by how much of this I already knew, but that's just a testament to how profoundly Freud has changed the way we see ourselves, and ourselves in relation to one another. In fact, most popular ideas about psychoanalysis are actually fairly accurate, to the extent that this book lit [...]


  • Voynovus

    На много странни коментари се натъкнах тук ("male chauvinist", "an offence", etc.) за тоя сборник лекции и самия Фройд. Всъщност изданието е доста добро (малко грешки ми хванаха окото, сбъркан предлог, напр ей такива дребнавости, така че "Колибри" си затвърждават хубавото мнение, което имам).Т [...]


  • Kevin Meehan

    He put a lot of work into this. The copious amounts of effort that I put into bullshitting a term paper, perhaps.


  • Dorian de Jandreau

    I have always been interested in Freud. So happy got this book. I actually like his theories. Even if it's old stuff already, but psychoanalysis is still the same in nowadays. It's a book that reveals all secrets of psychiatrists. After reading this book- forget all psychiatrists. It won't be possible to do any psychoanalysis on you, because you know everything from this book and can "fake" everything. One psychologist told me this: if you read such books, you can show yourselves to doctors the [...]


  • علاء

    يقول فرويد نفسه أن التعليم العلمي لا ينطوي إلا على قدر طفيف من القضايا اليقينية الثابتة !في الحقيقة لا أدري إن كان فرويد الذي نجد اسمه في أي بحث او درس أو ورقة تهتم بالطب النفسي وعلم النفس يعتمد دوماً هذا الأسلوب في الاستنتاج والبحث إذن فنحن أمام مشكلة كبيرة في تعريف "العلم" و [...]


  • Abdelrahman Mahmoud

    _ معلش يا باشا العتب علي البقر اقصد النظر هذه كانت إحدى هفواتي المقصودة ذات مرة عندما كاد سائق شاحنة ان يصدم احد اصدقائي وهذا بالتحديد ما تحدث عنه فرويد في هذا الكتاب الكتاب هو عبارة عن مجموعة محاضرات هي مدخل للتحليل النفسي ألقاها فرويد ارتجالاً من العام 1915 وحتى العام 1918 عن ال [...]


  • Nuha

    Dense and definitely not for cramming the night before the test


  • Billie Pritchett

    Few people have had such an influence on 20th century thinking and beyond as Sigmund Freud has had. People routinely speak of others as being narcissistic, anal or anal-retentive, or are quick to point out a 'Freudian slip.' Freud's Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis outlines his conception of psychoanalysis, which he takes to be built around a couple of major theses: (1) most of our thoughts are not conscious and (2) our sexual desires are a primary cause for mental diseases and personalit [...]


  • Rahaf Qudah

    أجد هذا مكانًا مناسبًا لأعلن تحيّزي لكلّ شخصٍ حورب بشخصه لأفكاره الجديدة من قبل أشخاص لم يقرؤوا كلماته قطّ.أليس هذا وجه الشبه بين تشارلز داروين وسيغموند فرويد؟كلاهما بدأ بطريق لفهم العالم، ولم يناسبه، فأمعن النظر طويلًا فيما حوله، وبالتدريج، بدأ يصوغ رؤاه الجديدة، وببطء أ [...]


  • Muhammad Fares

    النسخة التي قرأتها كانت تحمل عنوان"موجز في التحليل النفسي " وكانت من ترجمة "سامي محمود علي " ، الكتاب جيد جدا لفهم المرض النفسي وطريقة علاجه وفقا لنظرية فرويد . يقسم فرويد النفس الإنسانية إلى ثلاث طبقات : الطبقة الأولى - "الهو" وتثمل هذه الطبقة كل ما هو موروث وأصيل في الإنسان من غ [...]


  • Nada Abdallah

    "شيزلنوج ,إضاءة خافتة ,طبيب يرتدي نظارات ,يمسك بيديه ورقة و قلم و ينصت بتركيز شديد إلي المريض الذي يتمدد بنوع من الاسترخاء أمامه" صورة تنطبع في أذهاننا جميعا عند نطرق في الحديث عن الطبيب النفسي ,بل أنها مشهد يتكرر في شتي الافلام و المسلسلات حينما تأتي لقطة عن طبيب نفسي و هذا ما [...]


  • Esraa Gad

    #مدخل_إلي_التحليل_النفسي#فرويدالكتاب يمتاز بالبساطة في المعلومة و الترجمة وطريقة الشرح ، فقد ارتحل فرويد هذه المحاضرات الاربع كمدخل الي التحليل النفسي واختار شرح الهفوات وتحليلها كموضوع أولي يوضح من خلاله الغرض الذي يحاضر من أجله الكتاب فيه الكثير من الاسهاب والإعادة مرة ت [...]


  • John Wiswell

    Psychoanalysis is a brilliant approach to the way we think and the potential meaning in dreams. In this book, its inventor introduces us to it and brings us through its nuances, trying to explain his notions of the forces at work in our minds (like the id, the base force, and the superego, the rational one that weighs the needs of others), and the processes that we can undergo (such as transference, which redirects our feelings for someone to someone else without us consciously trying to). He in [...]


  • Megan

    I read this book for an undergraduate Psychology of Personality course. I will say at the outset that I believe firmly that there is value in this book even for those who consider Freudian theory to be a load of crap. Freud is, like it or not, the father of the discipline of psychology, and I think a good grounding in the history of psychology helps students to understand the progression toward where the discipline is now. I also believe that despite what some anti-Freud professors have said poi [...]


  • Arun Ramamurthy

    Reading now. As a first impression, this is reminescent of unabridged classics, written more to engage the time and attention of readers, than out of necessity to do justice for rightful elaboration demanded by the subject.I have completed reading the book. This is definitely a must read for those interested in psycology. Although I am not a psycologist by profession, or a have had psycology as a subject in my study curriculum, I had doubt if none of the ideas expressed in this work has been dis [...]


  • شيماء

    كتيب مدخل إلى التحليل النفسي لفرويد موضوعه الهفوات: التي تحدث عندما ينطق المرء أو يكتب كلمة غير التي يريدها. ركز على الهفوة التي يقول فيها عكس ما يريد تماما. ما فسر الموضوع بالعلاقات الصوتية بين الألفاظ وتشابهها. فسره بأن الهفوة فعل نفسي كامل له مغزى. حتى نسيان الأسماء والمقا [...]


  • Denislav Yanev

    Четейки лекциите си давам сметка колко самият Фройд е бил несигурен в част от представените от него изводи за неврозите и сънищата и как е трябвало да брани все още новата тогава, революционна за времето си, наука от скептиците. Може много от концепциите на Фройд да изглежд [...]


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