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The Freud Encyclopedia


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Theory and Therapy Agoraphobia Appendicitis Archaic Heritage Birth Trauma Blacky Pictures Breastfeeding Cathartic Method Civilization Cognitive Unconscious Collective Unconscious Couch, Psychoanalytic Displacement Dissociation Dream-work E nuresis Free Association Free Will Frigidity Frustration-Regression Fundamantal Rule of Psychoanalysis Guilt Id Irma Dream Lacan and Freudian Theory Latent Content Libido Mourning Neuroses Oral Stage Penis Envy Primary Process Profession of Psychoanalysis Projection Religion Sadism Self-Psycho logy Self-analysis Suggestion Testability Thematic Apperception Test Theory of Instincts Trauma Influence Anthropology Bloomsbur y Group Criminology England Ethics Germany Humanities LLiterary Criticism Marxism and Freudianism Psychiatry Sociology South America Surrealism Case Histories Anna O Dora Elizabeth von R Katharina The Rat Man Wolf Man Biography and History Achensee, the Last Meeting with Fliess Anna Freud (Daughter) Anna Freud (Sister) Berlin Psychoanalytic Society Birthplace Cocaine Period Education of Analysts Ernest Kris Freud and Einstein Freud and Otto Rank Freud's Atheism Freud's Break with Jung and Adler Jacob Freud (Father) Marie Bonaparte Medical Training Sandor Ferenczi Studies under Charcot Wednesday Society

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Edward Erwin is professor of philosophy at the University of Miami at Coral Gables. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from The Johns Hopkins University in 1968. Professor Erwin is the author of The Concept of Meaninglessness (John Hopkins Press, 1970); Behavior Therapy: Scientific, Philosophical and Moral Foundations (Cambridge University Press, 1978); A Final Accounting: Philosophical and Empirical Issues in Freudian Psychology (M.I.T. Press, 1996); and Philosophy and Psychotherapy: Razing the Troubles of the Brain (Sage, 1997). He is also the co-editor (with Sidney Gendin and Lowell Kleiman) of Garland's Ethical Issues in Scientific Research (1994).


"Articles cover a fascinating array of topics.. The unique the combination of both historical focus and the inclusion of a modern interpretation.... Criticism is intelligent and balanced.... It is an excellent resource for psychology majors, students of philosophy, graduate students, or researchers."
-"American Reference Books Annual, 2003
"A thorough and comprehensive encyclopedia on the life and work of Sigmund Freud....Essential for large public or academic libraries, all levels."
-"Choice, May 2002
"Interesting and informative for readers of various backgrounds; useful to quickly review key concepts... Strong on the international development of psychoanalysis and the pre-Freudian history of ideas."
-"Journal of the Psychoanalytical Association, Fall 2003

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