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Statue of Freud Having His Body Torn Open Is Just What Every Plaza Needs

This one in coming to New York in June Austrian street artist Nychos' statue of Sigmund Freud being dissected will be displayed in New York City's Flatiron Plaza from June 16 to 18. The statue, which features a stern-featured, marker-brandishing...Show More Summary

Google front page celebrates Sigmund Freud's 160th birthday

Instead of a Google logo, visitors to its home page in much of the world Friday are seeing an image of Freud's head nestled between a pair of icebergs with a passing ship going by. The company says its artist used an iceberg theme because the vast hidden bases of icebergs reference "the murky depths of the unconscious mind."

Sigmund Freud Gets a Google Doodle For His 160th Birthday

3 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Sigmund Freud has become well-known as the father of psychoanalysis.

Newswire: Nobrow exclusive: Einstein explores the history behind the genius

Corinne Maier and Anne Simon are two of the most compelling names creating graphic biographies at the moment. And after delving into the history of Sigmund Freud and Karl Marx in their previous Nobrow graphic novels, they’re turning to another great 20th century thinker for their latest project: Einstein. Show More Summary

Making History with The National Museum of Psychology & How You Can Help

The history of psychology is filled with famous and inventive figures, significant discoveries and fascinating research — everything from Sigmund Freud and talk therapy to the birth (and demise) of dementia praecox to Phil Zimbardo’s prison experiment to Stanley Milgram and the shock heard around […]

Paging Sigmund Freud

Guy: Hey, Liz! Whatever happens, don’t turn out like my mom. –Quantum Leap, Thompson St.

Edward Bernays, Uncle Freud, and Betty Crocker

Edward Bernays capitalized on his Uncle Sigmund Freud's theories to well you products by making you self-conscious.

How to Break Up with Your Therapist

Sigmund Freud famously observed that the patient-therapist interaction can take on aspects of a romantic relationship—that, through the process of transference and countertransference, the two parties can become enmeshed in an emotional web of attraction, need, and dependence. But what happens when the spark is gone?

Sigmund Freud wins the Republican debate

There's a reason why Donald Trump's manhood is, depressingly, a campaign issue.

Wyoming, Montana and Idaho Are Planning to Kill Grizzly Bears Once Endangered Species Act Protections Are Removed

Mostly rich white guys who get a thrill out of killing and displaying a grizzly bear in their den or living room are chomping at the bit. Sigmund Freud made an interesting distinction between two fundamental human drives, one seeking...Show More Summary

Learn to Love Yourself First

Most psychologists will agree that being loved and being able to love is crucial to our happiness. Sigmund Freud once said, “love and work … work and love. That’s all there is.” But for many, the search for love causes a great deal of frustration and unhappiness. […]

EXCL. PREVIEW: IDW's "Sherlock Holmes: Seven-Per-Cent Solution" Concludes

The astonishing duo of Sherlock Holmes and Sigmund Freud race to stop a world war on a runaway train as Holmes' secret stands to be revealed.

Inspiration from Seneca, Emilie Wapnick, MIT, Steve Martin and More

Once a month (or so), I share a dozen things that have inspired me to greater personal, professional, and financial success in my life. I hope they bring similar success to your life. 1. Sigmund Freud on struggle “One day, in retrospect,...Show More Summary

Man Hanging Out in Prague, Czech Republic

Dangling above one of the cobblestone streets in Prague's Old Town is a statue that has caused more than a few people to be concerned that a man is about to plummet to his death, but fear not, it is simply a fake Sigmund Freud. First...Show More Summary

All Your Scary Dreams Really Mean The Same Thing

7 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Dreams have long mystified us, and their meanings can seem nearly impossible to decipher. So when we spoke with dream experts from the American Psychoanalytic Association to celebrate the 106th anniversary of Sigmund Freud's The Interpretation...Show More Summary

Resolved, Progressivism Is a Cult

A couple of pieces about the phenomenon of Religion Without God. Bret Stephens, in the WSJ: The Tyranny of a Big Idea Modern liberals are best understood as would-be believers in search of true faith. Maybe Sigmund Freud should have...

9.5 Pornographic Fairy Tales

This interview with Joanna Walsh, creator of the #Readwomen Twitter account and fiction editor at 3:AM Magazine, is just plain fun. In it, Walsh touches on nearly everything from sex writing to Sigmund Freud to the Marx Brothers.

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