Sigmund Freud's Christian Unconscious

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Gracewing Publishing, 1993 - 287 páginas
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This fascinating book casts a searching eye on Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), the founder of psychoanalysis, who is well known for his critique of religion. By closely studying Freud's life and making extensive use of his correspondence and writings, Paul Vitz points out the pervasive yet little-recognized influence of Christianity on Freud and shows convincingly how Freud's antireligious beliefs and theories arose out of his own unconscious needs and traumatic childhood experiences.

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Chapter One The First Three Years
1
Importance for Religion
8
Was His Nanny a Thief?
16
Freuds Response to the Loss of His Nanny
22
Freuds First Anna or What was the Nanny Called?
29
Freuds Rejection of His Father
36
The Meaning of the Name Sigismund
42
18731882
48
Rome Malleus Maleficarum
123
Splitting
141
Splitting and Object Relations Theory
147
Freud and the Occult
157
Jesus as the AntiOedipus
166
19061914
178
Heines Lazarus
182
Der Liebe Gott
189

Conclusion
56
Chapter Three Young Manhood
57
18871902
69
Velikovskys Thesis
80
Poems and Novels
97
Freud and Literature
103
Cocaine and the Devil
110
Mozarts Don Giovanni
117
Pater Father Schmidt and the Catholic Church
197
Conclusion
203
Freuds Lack of Experience with Religious Patients
210
Origins of Freuds Atheism
217
Notes
223
Bibliography
271
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