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Life of the mind: Freudian truths

The Supreme Court meets Sigmund Freud

"How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved," Sigmund Freud wrote to his fiance in 1882. By all accounts, Martha Bernays was not a smart woman. Nor was she pretty. She was, however, unstintingly servile. The Freud family story was that ... Chicago Tribune, 4 days ago
Life of the mind: Freudian truths Prospect, 4 days ago
W.H. Auden's Cheeky Tribute to Sigmund Freud The New Republic Online, 1 month ago
Psychology Today

A presidential psychoanalysis

Leonardo da Vinci, A Memory of His Childhood is an essay by Sigmund Freud, known as the father of psychoanalysis. Freud has valued this work as one of his best. In the essay - a study on the artist's life as seen through his paintings - Freud ...
 Korea Joongang Daily1 week ago Notes on Biographical Writing  Psychology Today1 month ago Anna Freud's birthday Google Doodle: How Sigmund Freud's daughter pioneered child psychoanalysis  International Business Times UK1 month ago New Google Doodle Honors Renowned Psychoanalyst Anna Freud  Time1 month ago

7 historical figures who wrestled with depression (and how they eased their suffering)

This article originally appeared on AlterNet. What did Abraham Lincoln, Georgia OKeeffe, William James, Sigmund Freud, William Tecumseh Sherman, Franz Kafka, and the Buddha have in common? According to their biographers, all suffered from ...
 Salon5 days ago How 7 Historic Figures Crushed by Depression Eased Their Suffering  AlterNet.org1 week ago

The Rebel Instinct: How Each Generation's Need To Out-Rebel The Previous Generation Is Pushing Society To Wild Extremes

As a psychological construct, teenage rebellion isn't a novel idea. Almost a century ago, both Sigmund and Anna Freud argued that the physical changes of puberty cause substantial disruption inside the family system. Of course, Freud was sure that ...
 Forbes.com1 week ago The Rebel Instinct: The Science Of Shattered Taboos And What It Means For Society  Austin American Statesman1 week ago
Town Hall

Religious Extremism and the Road to Civilization

Sigmund Freud said the founder of civilization was the first person who hurled an insult instead of a rock. He was almost right. The true founder was the first person to respond to an insult with an insult of his own. Some modern-day people have ...
 Town Hall2 weeks ago Religious violence and the road to civilization  Chicago Tribune2 weeks ago

Let's resort to daycare centres, professional, well paid home keepers

Sigmund Freud believed work gave people a secure place in a portion of reality, in the human community. And yet we know still that work can be the bane of our existence, and it can also be the basis for human accomplishment. Working is a central ...
 Uganda Daily Monitor3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Young Minds at Play

Qubool Hai is based on the works of Sigmund Freud In a small town, an illiterate woman's life changes when a lady comes knocking at her door to deliver a letter to her husband. She is desperate to read it, but can't and is too embarrassed to ask ...
 Indian Express4 weeks ago

10 wonderful ideas for a romantic 'first' date

Fun. Adventure. Nature. Humour. What's your idea of a perfect first date? Read on... Psychologist Sigmund Freud used to conduct word association tests in order to discover the psyche of a patient. He would say a word and the patient had to reply with the first thought or image that came to his mind. If Mr Freud were to use the words 'first date' as a part of those tests, we’re pretty sure most people would say 'movie' or 'dinner'.  Not that ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Want to live to 120? 10 ways to live longer, healthier and happier

Clement Freud, a British politician, broadcaster and grandson of Sigmund Freud, observed in 1964 that, If you resolve to give up smoking, drinking, and loving, you don't actually live longer; it just seems longer. Clement Freud, a British ...
 Irish Independent1 month ago
Irish Times

Interview: Smythson's Rory O'Hanlon, classic by design

Smythson, a very British brand whose famous past fans include Katharine Hepburn, Sigmund Freud and Hardy Amies, has an Irish design director with serious fashion credentials. Catching a bus home to Dundalk, Co Louth this Christmas you might find ...
 Irish Times1 month ago
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