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    This series of 28 lectures was given by Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), the founder of psychoanalysis, during the First World War and first published in English in 1920.

    The purpose of this general introduction was to present his work and ideas - as they had matured at that point - to a general public; and even though there was to be considerable development and change over the ensuing years, these talks still offer a valuable and remarkably approachable entry point to his revolutionary concepts.

    The talks are divided into three parts: 'The Psychology of Errors' (which later became known as 'Freudian Slips'), 'The Dream' (his broad views on interpretation) and 'General Theory of Neuroses'. Within these sections appear many of his concepts which have found their way into the wider consciousness of modern man - the key role of sex in forming our thoughts and behavior, the Oedipus complex, the libido, sublimation, fixation, regression and suppression and the unconscious. He was determined to show how psychoanalysis could help reveal the causes of neuroses and lead to clarity for the patient - as opposed to the approach taken by psychiatrists.

    Freud refers to his early use of hypnotism, which he later discarded, and many more steps which led him to his conclusions that the powerful part played by sexual impulses, often dating back to childhood, pursued individuals into adulthood.

    Freud's text is well served by a clear presentation from Nigel Carrington. Translation by G. Stanley Hall.

    Public Domain (P)2016 Ukmei Productions Ltd

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    • 05/09/2016

    Simply Spectacular

    A must for anyone interested in psych theory. The overview it supplies is truly tremendous. Whether you a training healthcare professional, or someone curious of the inner processes of the human workings, it stands apart as a great place to start the journey within.

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    • MZSAHARA
    • 17/03/2021

    Excellent Narration

    it would be silly to rate the book itself. it's freud. If you want to lightly read Freud this is a solid way to do it.

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    • Michael J.
    • 21/01/2021

    Well, I am eating my words, he's a genius

    Though the content was much too dense to follow in one listen through, I am certainly going to go through it again. I feel that the most important thing a teacher can do is arouse questions, and Freud has done that as well as any this far in my life. The last lecture on transference was a pretty big blow to my romanticism, but I feel I will be better for it.

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    • A. Nixon
    • 19/10/2016

    Terrible reading

    The narrator sounds like a voice artist from Family Guy or The Simpsons doing a terrible, over-the-top British accent. It's comical. Sadly, it wears thin pretty quickly and makes for an unpleasant listen. Will stick to the Kindle version for now.

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