First of all, you don't need to be Sigmund Freud to understand the kind of deep, twisted misogyny that leads to fantasies about shooting a powerful, accomplished woman in her private parts. I'd even go so far as to suggest that old Pete can only perform with women with the aid of a certain little blue pill. Show More Summary
A couple of months back, we brought you the authentic sound of Sigmund Freud. Now, thanks to Paris Review, we follow up with the great English novelist, speaking on the BBC on the subject of new words.
Says Yashu, in the comments on "The word 'umbrella' appears exactly once in Obama's 'Dreams From My Father.'" And that was after I'd read rhhardin, commenting on "Sigmund Freud on the meaning of the umbrella": "Derrida in Spurs on the...Show More Summary
We've been talking about Obama and umbrellas this morning — here, here, and here — and, as noted, I bought the Kindle version of Freud's "Interpretation of Dreams" so I could search for umbrella, which I remembered as a famous Freudian...Show More Summary
In move that Sigmund Freud would certainly approve of, T-Mobile has released a new ad that claims its network “pipes” are able to gush out more data at a faster rate than AT&T’s, which can apparently only muster a slow trickle. The point...Show More Summary
It was Sigmund Freud’s interpretation of the Oedipal myth in which he claimed that all boys must kill their fathers, at least metaphorically, in order to successfully transition into the world of men. This may take many forms but perhaps the most powerful is the backyard dance battle. Two men enter, one man is the [...]
Just don’t write a letter to your mother with it. Harald Geisler is a bit obsessed with handwriting. He spent two and a half months re-creating Albert Einstein’s penmanship. Then he created a romantic script just for lovers. Now, thanks to a well-funded Kickstarter campaign, he’s taking on one of the most radical thinkers of the last century. Show More Summary
Sigmund Freud (originally named Sigismund Schlomo Freud), considered the father of psychoanalysis, would have celebrated his birthday today. The Austrian neurologist is one of the most quoted, as well as one of the most controversial thinkers to emerge in the last century. Show More Summary
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By Kristi Harrison Published: April 23rd, 2013 Russell Underwood / Getty Images I believe it was Sigmund Freud who said, "Show me a child who refuses to color and I'll show you the next Adolf Hitler," which was a bold claim, considering Hitler was already alive and coloring his heart out in Austr
Entitled, "Sigmund Freud Typeface - A Letter to your Shrink," a Kickstarter project, aims to turn the esteemed twentieth-century psychoanalyst's handwriting into a computer typeface that would allow for digital letter writing.
Idol worship should have ended with Abraham, but today we embrace a new form of idolatry tailored to fit not only entertainers but even government leaders. From his vantage point in 1930?s Germany, Dr. Sigmund Freud saw the dangers of personality cults not just in authoritarian societies but also in democratic societies. Freud detected how [...]
While David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method concentrates on Jung's relationship with Sabina Spielrein, Ken Wydro's Secrets, introduces a later patient/lover, Toni Wolff.
Psychology magazine has unearthed the only known recording of Sigmund Freud, a statement in English taken by a BBC crew in December 1938. This you must hear: Transcript: I started my professional activity as a neurologist trying to bring relief to my neurotic patients. Under the influence of an older friend and by my own [...]
Although the psychological establishment originally doubted the usefulness of therapy dogs to relieve stress and assist in therapeutic interventions, the concept came to be accepted because of the help of Sigmund Freud—some 15 years after his death. read more
Scrumdiddlyumptious. Chocolate busts of artist Dieter Roth in progress at Hauser & Wirth’s new downtown exhibition space. (Photos: UnBeige) Willy Wonka and Sigmund Freud would surely have agreed that making 385 chocolate busts of one’s father is not something that can be rushed. Show More Summary
It's 1939. Hitler is rising in power. England is on the brink of declaring war on Germany. Against this backdrop we witness the impending war of ideologies in an imaginary meeting between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis.
This theological meet-up between an ailing Sigmund Freud and author C.S. Lewis at the Broad Stage sticks mostly to the surface. Sigmund Freud considered religion a mass delusion, a sort of group neurosis ideally suited to obsessive types. Show More Summary
European Pressphoto Agency China has been doing a lot of dreaming lately. Analyzing these dreams might have driven Sigmund Freud to despair. The dream sequences started appearing ahead of the Communist Party’s national congress in November...Show More Summary
The Off-Broadway play 'Freud's Last Session,' imagining the men conversing, comes to Los Angeles in hopes of getting more theatergoers to join the chat. "If the whole universe had no meaning," C.S. Lewis once wrote, "we should neverShow More Summary