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Martin Luther King (2) vs. Sigmund Freud

We didn’t get any great comments yesterday, so I’ll have to go with PKD on the grounds that he was the presumptive favorite, and nobody made any good case otherwise. And today we have the second seed among the Religious Leaders vs. an unseeded entry in the Founders of Religions category. Show More Summary

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Mon: “Unbiasedness”: You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. [My talk tomorrow in the Princeton economics department] Martin Luther King (2) vs. Sigmund Freud Tues: “A small but growing collection of studies suggest X”... Show More Summary

Uncovered Letter Reveals Freud’s Surprisingly Evolved Take On Homosexuality

last weekLGBT / Gay : Queerty

London’s Museum of Sexology has unearthed a largely forgotten letter penned by Sigmund Freud in 1935 in which he makes his views on homosexuality quite clear. Responding to a mother’s concern over having a gay son, Freud writes that it’s “nothing to be ashamed of,” and that it “cannot be classified as an illness.” He […]

Motivating Someone to Stop Substance Abuse

Since May is Mental Health Month, I thought I would utilize Sigmund Freud to discuss substance abuse. Freud certainly is a name that looms large in the fields of psychology and psychiatry

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 Sigmund never so much as put toothpaste on his own...

Steve Chapman: Religious Extremism and the Road to Civilization

2 months agoNews : Reason

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 yet to reach the stage achieved by some of our ancient forebears. Show More Summary

Religious violence 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.

Around Town - Stories of Childhood

Sun 08 Mar British novelist and actress Esther Freud (daughter of Lucian Freud and granddaughter of Sigmund Freud) is coming to Sydney to speak at All About Women...

A Shrink Explains the ‘Primal’ Appeal of ‘Serial’

A psychiatrist looks at the connection between the popular "Serial" podcast and Sigmund Freud's "primal scene."

New Google Doodle Honors Renowned Psychoanalyst Anna Freud

Freud, the youngest child of "father of psychoanalysis" Sigmund Freud, pioneered the field of child psychology

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A Freud Museum Exhibition Plumbs Meanings

4 months agoLifestyle / Travel : Travel Q

The Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna is the site of an exhibition by the artist Brandt Junceau.

The Most Influential Psychiatrist of the 20th Century Might Be Someone You've Never Heard Of

One hundred years ago, a 23-year-old University of Vienna medical student attended a lecture by Professor Sigmund Freud. It was a dream analysis. As the students filed out of the lecture hall, the famous psychoanalyst asked the young student, later known as J.L. Show More Summary

The Most Influential Psychiatrist of the 20th Century Might Be Someone You've Never Heard Of

One hundred years ago, a 23-year-old University of Vienna medical student attended a lecture by Professor Sigmund Freud. It was a dream analysis. As the students filed out of the lecture hall, the famous psychoanalyst asked the young student, later known as J.L. Show More Summary

How to Find (and Keep) Your Ideal Creative Partner

When Carl Jung met Sigmund Freud, they "talked uninterruptedly for thirteen hours," writes Joshua Wolf Shenk in his inspiring book, Powers of Two: Finding the Essence of Innovation in Creative Pairs. Two people so hungry to devour each...Show More Summary

How to Find (and Keep) Your Ideal Creative Partner

When Carl Jung met Sigmund Freud, they "talked uninterruptedly for thirteen hours," writes Joshua Wolf Shenk in his inspiring book, Powers of Two: Finding the Essence of Innovation in Creative Pairs. Two people so hungry to devour each...Show More Summary

'Freud and Eros: Love, Lust and Longing' on view at the Freud Museum in London

4 months agoArts : Artdaily

A new exhibition, 'Freud and Eros: Love, Lust and Longing', explores Sigmund Freud's revolutionary ideas on love and the libidinal drive with an innovative combination of Freud's own art collection, his writings and letters, together with the response of contemporary artists. Show More Summary

The End of Pregnancy

Sigmund Freud famously maintained that boys grow up with “castration anxiety,” or the fear of losing their penises, while girls suffer from “penis envy,” or a longing to have penises of their own. But what if pregnancy envy, not penis...Show More Summary

Dog Complex: Analyzing Freud's Relationship With His Pets

For all of his work interpreting human consciousness, the famed psychologist rarely delved into our obsession with pets. Dreaming, "we are not in the least surprised when a dog quotes a line of poetry." Sigmund Freud Read Full Story

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