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A Cure For Wellness Is the Horror Movie We Deserve

Sigmund Freud hated bicycles. He also hated motorcycles, which is more intuitive since they are noisy and dangerous. But what is there to hate about bicycles? I thought a lot about Freud and the mysteries of the human subconscious while watching A Cure for Wellness, the new horror movie from director Gore Verbinski. Show More Summary

The Game (Theory) Of Trump - "Not Every Tweet Is A Constitutional Crisis"

Submitted by Ben Hunt via Salient Partners' Epsilon Theory blog, Death inspires meLike a dog inspires a rabbit.? Twenty One Pilots, “Heavydirtysoul” (2017) Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.? Sigmund Freud, who probably never actually...Show More Summary

Gavagai and TZQQA

Over at Existential Comics, WV Quine discovers the indeterminacy of cross-generational translation: After characteristic (but in this context uninsightful) interventions by JL Austin and Sigmund Freud, the text's meaning is eventually delimited by direct action, consistent with Quine's behaviorism. Show More Summary

Collectors Repress the Urge to Own Samples of Freud’s Handwriting at Auction

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

Sigmund Freud Although left on the block, the psychoanalyst’s signed oath and letter can still be bought online… Viju Mathew

The Library of Congress Sigmund Freud Collection Is Now Available Online

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The collection includes printed publications and personal letters.

How to Get Therapy from Sigmund Freud

4 weeks agoNews : Vice News

On this episode of 'Daily VICE,' we head to Barcelona University to meet the creators of an innovative psychoanalysis study.

Not All Screams Are Heard

“Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.” ~ Sigmund Freud Concerning pain, there are two ways in which human beings are biologically programmed: To demonstrate our own, and to respond to that of others. Screams were […]

Inside The Invisible Government: War, Propaganda, Clinton, & Trump

Submitted by John Pilger via, The American journalist, Edward Bernays, is often described as the man who invented modern propaganda. The nephew of Sigmund Freud, the pioneer of psycho-analysis, it was Bernays who...Show More Summary

Susie Orbach: the poetry of therapy

Sigmund Freud’s ‘talking cure’ disrupted the doctor-patient relationship, and the back and forth of polite conversation; now the language of therapy has taken on a rhythm of its own Freud instructed his patients to say what was on their minds – to “free associate”. Show More Summary

Inside The Invisible Government: John Pilger On War, Propaganda, Clinton And Trump

A silent war continues, led by the west, ignored by the media, writes John Pilger. The American journalist, Edward Bernays, is often described as the man who invented modern propaganda. The nephew of Sigmund Freud, the pioneer of psycho-analysis, it was Bernays who coined the term “public relations” as a euphemism for spin and its [...]Show More Summary

Study confirms Freud knew even less about the female orgasm than we thought.

5 months agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

According to a new study, Sigmund Freud?'s theory that clitoral orgasms inferior to vaginal orgasms have officially been disproved. Finally after 111 years of believing what some crusty dead guy had to say about clits, they have been vindicated. Show More Summary

Pop Culture Characters Share Their Problems With Sigmund Freud

5 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

If a pop culture character is properly created, meaning complete with an unique personality and a backstory, fans can predict what that character is thinking and willing to do. But nobody could have predicted how many perfectly crafted...Show More Summary

Why so Serious? The Untapped Value of Positive Psychology

Click here for reuse options! “It is as if Freud supplied us the sick half of psychology and we must now fill it out with the healthy half." All we can ever hope to do, Sigmund Freud once wrote, is “to change neurotic misery into common unhappiness”. Show More Summary

MANY ENEMIES, MUCH HONOR: Shot: It gradually dawned on Darwin that the attacks by Leifchild in t…

MANY ENEMIES, MUCH HONOR: Shot: It gradually dawned on Darwin that the attacks by Leifchild in the Athenaeum and Owen in the Edinburgh Review had been godsends. As Sigmund Freud would put it thirty-five years later in similar circumstances, “Many enemies, much honor.” Darwin’s critics had turned him into a controversial figure, and a very […]

Comprehensive study of porn searches finally reveals whether penis size matters to women.

6 months agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

"Does penis size matter?" has been a contentious question throughout history— from the Ancient Greeks (probably) to Sigmund Freud to the present day. Pornhub Insights, the statisticians who have the privilege of being employed by Pornhub,...Show More Summary

The Toughman Contest: When Violence-as-Entertainment Becomes Deadly

In Civilization and Its Discontents, Sigmund Freud wrote of the “eagerly denied” truth “that men are not gentle, friendly creatures wishing for love, who simply defend themselves if they are attached, but that a powerful measure of desire...Show More Summary

Exhibition by Mark Wallinger marks Freud Museum London's 30th anniversary

7 months agoArts : Artdaily

A special exhibition by Turner Prize winning artist Mark Wallinger marks the Freud Museum London?s 30th anniversary and the 160th anniversary of the birth of Sigmund Freud. The artist has created a transformative work for Freud?s study and a permanent sculpture to be situated in the Museum garden. Show More Summary

How Forgotten Baby Memories Rewire Learning in the Brain

If you're like me, you probably don't remember anything from your life before the age of three. This phenomenon, first dubbed by Sigmund Freud as "infantile amnesia,” occurs in many different species, yet why it happens remains a mystery. Show More Summary

Millennials Face An Existential Crisis: "It Won't Be A Short Period Of Difficulty"

Authored by John Mauldin, originally posted at, Psychologists from Sigmund Freud forward have generally agreed: our core attitudes about life are largely locked in by age five or so. Changing those attitudes requires...Show More Summary

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