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Freud was certainly an engaging writer, as he is able to persuade a lot of admirers until this day Though he was aware of the fact that his ideas will be met with opposition, I don t think he was wholeheartedly convinced of their validity he wasconcerned in making a name for himself In our classes, we had been sharing ideas about the great triumvirs of the psychodynamic theories, of whom Freud was the initiator, and by the end of our synthesis, I told our instructor, I think it woul Freud was certainly an engaging writer, as he is able to persuade a lot of admirers until this day Though he was aware of the fact that his ideas will be met with opposition, I don t think he was wholeheartedly convinced of their validity he wasconcerned in making a name for himself In our classes, we had been sharing ideas about the great triumvirs of the psychodynamic theories, of whom Freud was the initiator, and by the end of our synthesis, I told our instructor, I think it would have meant a lot for Freud if during his times, he studied the effects of brain neurotransmitters and hormones especially testosterone , since his theory revolved around those Why not consider biology instead of speculative theorizing Psychoanalysis is certainly engaging for the most part, but I can only find it useful in understanding the causes of anxiety and nothingIt is highly subjective, patriarchal, pessimistic on the view of human nature, unreliable, risky, capable of suggesting false information to patients, and for many critics, unscientific This was going SO, so well And then he went there we all know well where he went who knows, maybe we are all just too repressed to accept some of his ideas, huh Anyway, Freud is an excellent teacher and has created the best analogies to explain the concepts he deals with He makes the material so easy to digest, process, and understand and there s so much gold to be found within his teachings that so often gets pushed aside for literally no good reason And that s the tea. This book is a transcription of a series of lectures Sigmund Freud gave at Clark University in September 1909 These lectures concerned psychoanalysis its history, its development, key early figures, and essential terms.I was recommended this introduction as a succinct way in which one can get acquainted with Freudian psychoanalytic theory and practice Freud begins the first lecture by introducing Dr Josef Breuer, an perhaps the originator of psychoanalysis, and his famous patient, Anna O This book is a transcription of a series of lectures Sigmund Freud gave at Clark University in September 1909 These lectures concerned psychoanalysis its history, its development, key early figures, and essential terms.I was recommended this introduction as a succinct way in which one can get acquainted with Freudian psychoanalytic theory and practice Freud begins the first lecture by introducing Dr Josef Breuer, an perhaps the originator of psychoanalysis, and his famous patient, Anna O Breuer, a precursor to Freud, made it a practice to speak with patients, even those who presented with symptoms not attributable to organic diseases 7, Lecture 1 and Anna, the famous patient zero of psychoanalysis, herself assisted in the development of this study, as well as its famous method, the talking cure 9, Lecture 1 In this series of lectures, Freud reveals and defends his theories To begin, Freud argues that past stress can be cathected charged up and manifest as physical symptoms later on, while one forgets the original situation Then, Freud reveals how arrival at the forgotten memory, by talking, can alleviate the symptom and provide catharsis When the bed of a stream is divided into two channels, then, if the current in one of them is brought up against an obstacle, the other will at once be overfilled 17, Lecture 1 Talking, remembering the forgotten trauma, is essentially like removing the obstacle Yet, you may wonder why someone forgets the initial trauma Or what even we call such a mechanism In the second lecture, Freud addresses repression the outcome of a conflict between a wishful impulse and its incompatibility with the ethical and aesthetic standards of the ego 8, Lecture 2 Freud also hints at sublimation, the productive use of repressed impulses most of which are sexual , which he elaborates in the last two lectures.In the third lecture, Freud expands on his analysis of wish fulfillment and its denial in the real world, through an engaging argument concerning dream analysis Generally, when a child dreams, they dream of wish fulfillment concerning the dream day , i.e the child dreams a dream wherein the wishes of the day prior are fulfilled To which one might say, I do not have meaningful dreams, and to which Freud might respond if one s dreams are entirely nonsensical, then one must try actively to remember them and fight against the violent resistance of one s consciousness, as it tries to keep repressed that which one attempts to dredge from the depths of unconsciousness through the violence of speech, memory, and interpretation One must try actively to remember one s dreams regularly to write them down to make it one s mission to see if one is able perhaps one has dreams and doesn t remember and if one has dreams that defy meaning, they must withstand the violence of interpretation before this judgement can be laid before such violence, Freud argues, dreams will succumb As we near a close, Freud s critique of civilization becomes increasingly salient As many know, Freud s work is often marked by his connection of various phenomena to one s erotic life original emphasis 2, Lecture 4 In the fourth lecture, Freud reveals his theories on infantile sexuality 7, Lecture 4 He elaborates on childhood fixation with the various orifices and erogenous zones of the body Infantile sexuality begins from a place of autoeroticism , with the child sucking their thumb also presenting an oral fixation moving towards masturbatory excitation , departing mostly from autoeroticism and incorporating object choice , wherein the fixation lies on an extraneous object and passive and active sexual practices become introduced 9, Lecture 4 The interesting point made about the childhood sexuality is its separation from the reproductive act, which makes each instinct anal, oral, etc for itself, whereas at the end of puberty, the instincts of sexual gratification are subordinated to the genitals, in order to service the reproductive act, and autoeroticism is neglected for the satisfaction of the object choice, i.e one s partner s Freud also lays out how, in this transformation, we see the repression of certain sexual instincts Even before puberty extremely energetic repressions of certain instincts have been effected under the influence of education, and mental forces such as shame, disgust, and morality have been set up, which, like watchmen, maintain these repressions 9, Lecture 4.Near the end, Freud touches on his famous Oedipus complex It sounds strange now, as it did then, as it likely will to those already equipped with the tools provided to them by the teachings of cognitive psychology or behaviourism What he elaborates through this is a love a child has for the parent generally of the opposite sex, and a desire to replace that of the same sex This is quickly doomed to early repression , due to its hostile nature even towards siblings , while still exerting a great and lasting influence from the unconscious 13, Lecture 4 While I have no idea where I stand on this theory, it reveals two interesting things 1 an argument for the social barrier against incest, and2 while the libidinal fixation on the parents must end, the parents are still used as a model for the final object choice.Finally, Freud introduces transference , where the patient directs towards the analyst affection, intermingled with hostility, which can be traced to old wishful fantasies of the patient s which have become unconscious 5, Lecture 5 However, this is not restricted to the analyst, and protrudes all social interactions In the end, Freud argues that the benefits of psychoanalysis are curative For one, it brings to surface a wish that perhaps needs to be denied, but nevertheless needs aeffective mechanism of refusal than repression A conscious condemning judgement 7, Lecture 5 Another mechanism, mentioned before, is sublimation This is the use of, let s say, pent up sexual energy for the use of a greater purpose However, there is a third,radical outcome libidinal impulses have a claim to direct satisfaction and ought to find it in life 9, Lecture 5 In this, Freud emphasizes the need to not sublimate all, and keep free sexuality Some might say his condemnation was heeded Some might say the pendulum swung too far the other way A short, yet neat introduction to Psychoanalysis It contains the essential terms that one may hear in a relevant context, and satisfying explanations that are aimed at laymen such as the vast majority of us Freud also has a very charismatic and engaging style of writing or verbal self expression, if you will I d say go for it but don t get spooked by his theories on Sexuality I m personally very skeptic about some of the content, but that doesn t mean you shouldn t keep an open mind r A short, yet neat introduction to Psychoanalysis It contains the essential terms that one may hear in a relevant context, and satisfying explanations that are aimed at laymen such as the vast majority of us Freud also has a very charismatic and engaging style of writing or verbal self expression, if you will I d say go for it but don t get spooked by his theories on Sexuality I m personally very skeptic about some of the content, but that doesn t mean you shouldn t keep an open mind reading this work please do But most of all, enjoy it In 1909, Sigmund Freud delivered a series of lectures in Worcester, Massachusetts, published the following year as Five Lectures on Psycho Analysis For readers familiar with psychoanalysis, this short book offers little in the way of new information however, it reinforces several important psychoanalytic concepts, such as repression, sublimation, and the unconscious Freud also explores particular ideas he later develops in Civilization and Its Discontents People are in general not candid ov In 1909, Sigmund Freud delivered a series of lectures in Worcester, Massachusetts, published the following year as Five Lectures on Psycho Analysis For readers familiar with psychoanalysis, this short book offers little in the way of new information however, it reinforces several important psychoanalytic concepts, such as repression, sublimation, and the unconscious Freud also explores particular ideas he later develops in Civilization and Its Discontents People are in general not candid over sexual matters They do not show their sexuality freely, but to conceal it they wear a heavy overcoat woven of a tissue of lies, as though the weather were bad in the world of sexualityIt is a fact that sun and wind are not favourable to sexual activity in this civilized world of ours none of us can reveal his erotism freely to others 53 More than anything, Five Lectures on Psycho Analysis attempts to validate psychoanalysis as a practice Freud accomplishes this by suggesting that psychoanalysis does not create problems it simply diagnosis the problems it sees in the civilized world For example, regarding transference a combination of affection and hostility directed by the patient toward the analyst , Freud writes, You must not suppose, over, that the phenomenon of transferenceis created by psychoanalytic influence Transference arises spontaneously in all human relationships just as it does between the patient and the physicianpsychoanalysis does not create it, but merely reveals it to consciousness and gains control of it in order to guide psychical processes towards the desired goal 71 Again, Freud emphasizes many of these points in Civilization and Its Discontents, but in Five Lectures on Psycho Analysis Freud wants to challenge some of the attacks against psychoanalysis For Freud, instead of creating these problems, psychoanalysis names them Another reason to read Five Lectures on Psycho Analysis is for what it omits Freud says little, which is not to say nothing, of the Oedipal Complex in Five Lectures on Psycho Analysis This is surprising since the Oedipal Complex is one of psychoanalysis s most famous and misunderstood concepts Freud proves yet again that he s not only the father of psychoanalysis, but a great teacher Easy to understand, and quite intriguing A must read for people who are fascinated by the human psyche even if the don t major in psychology. A crummy, shortsighted introduction to the renowned psychobabblist Sigmund Freud, an anthropomorphic blemish that irrevocably tarnished psychology s reputation as a legitimate social science for generations to come Freud mortifies readers with his appalling, outrageously erroneous interpretations of human psychological conditions, relying primarily on his own subjective anecdotal observations in lieu of scientifically quantifiable documentable information The unleashing of Freud s lurid work A crummy, shortsighted introduction to the renowned psychobabblist Sigmund Freud, an anthropomorphic blemish that irrevocably tarnished psychology s reputation as a legitimate social science for generations to come Freud mortifies readers with his appalling, outrageously erroneous interpretations of human psychological conditions, relying primarily on his own subjective anecdotal observations in lieu of scientifically quantifiable documentable information The unleashing of Freud s lurid work to the publishers of psychological studies marked the end of psychology as a formal, rigorous inspection of the human psyche So long, objective, verifiable data Hellooooooo Oedipus A concise introduction to Freud s early psychoanalytic theory Simply stated, for the purposes of the lecture hall Great for if you want a primer or a refresher on his thought without spending a lot of time reading into his longer works in other words, this is great for understanding the history of psychoanalysis if you d like to make your way to someone like Lacan or other 20th century philosophy that deals with Freud, like the Frankfurt school or, on the opposing side, someone like Deleuze A concise introduction to Freud s early psychoanalytic theory Simply stated, for the purposes of the lecture hall Great for if you want a primer or a refresher on his thought without spending a lot of time reading into his longer works in other words, this is great for understanding the history of psychoanalysis if you d like to make your way to someone like Lacan or other 20th century philosophy that deals with Freud, like the Frankfurt school or, on the opposing side, someone like Deleuze and Guattari {Free Book} ⛅ Cinq leçons sur la psychanalyse ⚤ Les deux textes composant cet ouvrage constituent une pr sentation de la psychanalyse qui s adresse d abord aux non sp cialistesCinq le ons sur la psychanalyse, permier livre de Freud publi en langue fran aise, sont les conf rences qu il pronon a enlors de son voyage aux Etats Unis, o la psychanalyse tait encore largement ignor e On y trouve un r cit simple et vivant des origines de la psychanalyse invent e par l hyst rique Anna O mais aussi une introduction aux probl mes centraux la sexualit infantile, l interpr tation des r ves, le complexe d OEdipe Freud conclut sur la nature des n vroses et le refuge dans la maladieDans Contribution l histoire du mouvement psychanalytique, Freud retrace les d buts difficiles de la psychanalyse et les r sistances qu elle rencontra Il pr cise sa r flexion sur certains points litigieux, li s principalement au concept de libido Freud has become a significant interest of mine along with his colleagues While studying him in the Principles Of Psychology course AGES AGO , I thought him to be a bit eccentric and out of it but I wish to delve further These lectures were a sort of reintroduction that I quite enjoyed I will say that I have also become intrigued by human behavior, love, communication and relationships I hope thereading I do, the less tense I find the writings.