Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Table of Contents: Introduction: The peculiar conversation 1. Bringing Freud back from the dead 2. The democratic impulse 3. Reflection and the idea of freedom 4. The fundamental question (and how not to ask it) 5. Neurosis and sexuality 6. A philosophical introduction Chapter One: Interpreting the unconscious 1. Analysis of the psyche 2. A second mind? 3. Fear and trembling and the couch 4. The non-mysterious unconscious 5. How the unconscious escapes our notice 6. The unconscious is timeless 7. The unconscious and the fundamental question Chapter Two: Sex, Eros and Life 1. What's sex got to do with it? 2. How sex hides as physical pain 3. Abandoning the seduction theory 4. A theory of sexuality 5. Infantile sexuality 6. Eros and practical wisdom Chapter Three: The interpretation of dreams 1. The royal road to the unconscious 2. Principles of dream interpretation 3. Freud's self-interpretation 4. Dreams as activity 5. In dreams begin responsibilities 6. Primary process 7. The fulfillment of a wish 8. The field of dreams Chapter Four: Transference 1. Introduction of the concept 2. Dora 3. A special class of mental structures 4. Transference as the breakdown of a world 5. Transference and the interpretation of dreams 6. From repeating to remembering Chapter Five: Principles of mental functioning 1. The pleasure principle and reality principle 2. Turning away from reality 3. Virtue and neurtue 4. Beyond the pleasure principle 5. Compulsive repetition 6. The death drive Chapter Six: The structure of the psyche 1. Plato's division of the soul 2. Pathologies of self-regard 3. Self and other 4. The psychological birth of the infant 5. Identification 6. The Oedipus complex 7. The superego 8. Genealogy Chapter Seven: Morality and Religion 1. The case against morality 2. Argument from pathology 3. Critique of religious belief 4. The illusion of a future 5. Primal crime Conclusion: Free speech and responsibility Acknowledgements Bibliography. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Jonathan Lear clearly introduces and assesses all of Freud's thought, focusing on those areas of philosophy on which Freud is acknowledged to have had a lasting impact. These include the philosophy of mind, free will and determinism, rationality, the nature of the self and subjectivity, and ethics and religion. He also considers some of the deeper issues and problems Freud engaged with, brilliantly illustrating their philosophical significance: human sexuality, the unconscious, dreams, and the theory of transference.
Freud is one of the most important introductions and contributions to understanding this great thinker to have been published for many years, and will be essential reading for anyone in the humanities, social sciences and beyond with an interest in Freud or philosophy.
Über den Autor: Jonathan Lear is the John U Nef Distinguished Service Professor at the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago. He is the author of several acclaimed books on philosophy and psychoanalysis, including Aristotle: The Desire to Understand; Love and Its Place in Nature; Open Minded; and Happiness, Death and the Remainder of Life. His most recent book is Therapeutic Action: An Earnest Plea for Irony.
Buchbeschreibung Routledge, New York, 2005. Hard Cover. Buchzustand: Very Good. No Jacket. Grey pictorial covers, heel clear-taped else little wear, library stamps fep, two margin lines p. 207 else contents clean, block square, corners sharp, binding tight. xvi + 278 pp. VG. Ex-Library. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 005076
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Buchbeschreibung Buchzustand: Good. Freud (The Routledge Philosophers). Buchnummer des Verkäufers Grb0855193