The Misinterpretation of Sigmund Freud

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This book brings together a condensed explanation of how Sigmund Freud formulated a new method of therapy. For comparative reasons, also included in this transcript are the thoughts and concepts of some other great philosophers, and some of the author’s own poems of significant symbolism. Sigmund Freud studied medicine in Vienna, but his original work in physiology delayed his graduation. A few years later he specialised in neurology. Inspired by Goethe’s essay on Nature, he worked under Charcot in Paris and changed over from neurology to psychopathology. Subsequently, Sigmund Freud began his investigations in psycho-analysis, whence he proposed the theories of infantile sexuality and their effects on adult life. Simultaneously, he put forward the idea of the conscious and the subconscious mind. His volume of work on The Interpretation of Dreams influenced the world of art, and many authors based their novels on his writings. At the peak of his career, Sigmund Freud was... More > named as the Copernicus of the Mind.< Less
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January 17, 2013
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