Sigmund freud in a 1919 essay entitled the uncanny

One Thing, (Space) has Properties (Wave-Medium) that give rise to the many things (Matter as the Spherical Wave Motion of Space). This then allows us to form the necessary connections for language and logic (as logic requires a relationship between two things). The Metaphysic of Space and Motion and the Wave Structure of Matter allows humans to understand how they exist in Space and are interconnected (sharing waves) with other Matter in the Space around them. Thus Matter and the Universe are One, humans exist as structures of the universe.

Freud described the evolution of his clinical method and set out his theory of the psychogenetic origins of hysteria, demonstrated in a number of case histories, in Studies on Hysteria published in 1895 (co-authored with Josef Breuer ). In 1899 he published The Interpretation of Dreams in which, following a critical review of existing theory, Freud gives detailed interpretations of his own and his patients' dreams in terms of wish-fulfillments made subject to the repression and censorship of the "dream work". He then sets out the theoretical model of mental structure (the unconscious, pre-conscious and conscious) on which this account is based. An abridged version, On Dreams , was published in 1901. In works which would win him a more general readership, Freud applied his theories outside the clinical setting in The Psychopathology of Everyday Life (1901) and Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious (1905). [42] In Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality , published in 1905, Freud elaborates his theory of infantile sexuality, describing its "polymorphous perverse" forms and the functioning of the "drives", to which it gives rise, in the formation of sexual identity. [43] The same year he published ‘Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria ( Dora )' which became one of his more famous and controversial case studies. [44]

Freud spent most of his life in Vienna. From 1891 until 1938 he and his family lived in an apartment at Berggasse 19 near the Innere Stadt or historical quarter of Vienna. As a docent of the University of Vienna, Freud, since the mid-1880s, had been delivering lectures on his theories to small audiences every Saturday evening at the lecture hall of the university's psychiatric clinic. He gave lectures in the University every year from 1886 to 1919. His work generated a considerable degree of interest from a small group of Viennese physicians. From the autumn of 1902 and shortly after his promotion to the honorific title of außerordentlicher Professor , a small group of followers formed around him, meeting at his apartment every Wednesday afternoon, to discuss issues relating to psychology and neuropathology. This group was called the Wednesday Psychological Society ( Psychologischen Mittwoch-Gesellschaft ) and it marked the beginnings of the worldwide psychoanalytic movement.

Freud studied medicine at the University of Vienna medical school from 1873 and in 1882 entered the General Hospital of Vienna where he studied under Meynert in the psychiatric clinic. In 1885, he studied in Paris under the famous neurologist Charcot. Together with the Viennese physician Josef Breuer, Freud published The Psychical Mechanism of Hysterical Phenomenon in 1893 and Studien uber Hysterie (Studies in Hysteria) two years later. During these years, Freud formulated his psychoanalytical method based on free association and produced his ground-breaking work Die Traumdeutung (The Interpretation of Dreams) in 1899. In 1902, Freud established the Psychological Wednesday Circle with his friends Adler, Kahane, Reitler and Stekel. This later became the Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society in 1908. He visited the USA in 1909 where he lectured on his findings and was well-received. After 1912, he devoted most of his time directing the Society. Following the First World War, Freud published Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920) and The Ego and the ID (1923). In 1930, Freud received the Goethe prize and was given the freedom of the city of Vienna. When the Nazis invaded Austria in 1938, Freud's books were burned, his paper, the Psychoanalytische Verlag , was destroyed, and his passport was confiscated. Suffering from a very painful cancer of the mouth and throat, Freud was finally allowed to leave Austria after a large ransom was paid to the Nazis. He went to England with his family and died there the following year. Among Freud's other major works are The Origins and Development of Psycho-Analysis (1910), On Narcissism (1914), Repression (1915), Civilization and Its Discontents (1929) and his final work, Moses and Monotheism (1939). The eBooks-Library contains one of the largest collections of Freud's papers and works in eBook form on the internet.

Sigmund freud in a 1919 essay entitled the uncanny

sigmund freud in a 1919 essay entitled the uncanny

Freud studied medicine at the University of Vienna medical school from 1873 and in 1882 entered the General Hospital of Vienna where he studied under Meynert in the psychiatric clinic. In 1885, he studied in Paris under the famous neurologist Charcot. Together with the Viennese physician Josef Breuer, Freud published The Psychical Mechanism of Hysterical Phenomenon in 1893 and Studien uber Hysterie (Studies in Hysteria) two years later. During these years, Freud formulated his psychoanalytical method based on free association and produced his ground-breaking work Die Traumdeutung (The Interpretation of Dreams) in 1899. In 1902, Freud established the Psychological Wednesday Circle with his friends Adler, Kahane, Reitler and Stekel. This later became the Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society in 1908. He visited the USA in 1909 where he lectured on his findings and was well-received. After 1912, he devoted most of his time directing the Society. Following the First World War, Freud published Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920) and The Ego and the ID (1923). In 1930, Freud received the Goethe prize and was given the freedom of the city of Vienna. When the Nazis invaded Austria in 1938, Freud's books were burned, his paper, the Psychoanalytische Verlag , was destroyed, and his passport was confiscated. Suffering from a very painful cancer of the mouth and throat, Freud was finally allowed to leave Austria after a large ransom was paid to the Nazis. He went to England with his family and died there the following year. Among Freud's other major works are The Origins and Development of Psycho-Analysis (1910), On Narcissism (1914), Repression (1915), Civilization and Its Discontents (1929) and his final work, Moses and Monotheism (1939). The eBooks-Library contains one of the largest collections of Freud's papers and works in eBook form on the internet.

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