This volume does more than merely offer an alternative psychoanalytic account of sexuality. Language, logic and culture. Like the cultural milieu in which he worked, Freud suffered from the problem of "two souls in one breast": the romantic-humanist lived in continual tension with the positivist-reductionist. New York: Random House. Jan Psychoanal Hist. Freud, in the Darwinian climate of his time, considered the object in terms of whether it served the fulfillment of the aim, but his paradigm can today be understood more broadly than Freud himself was able to. Rather, in the biblical framework, human destructiveness is intimately associated with the problem of idolatry, the worship of images Deut.
First phase: the toxic theory
Gabriella Romani on Irigaray, "Sex Which is Not One"
Not only did Freud experience the expected grief, but he also expressed disappointment, resentment, and even hostility toward his father in the dreams he analyzed at the time. In the late s, Freud began to introduce a new and very different theory of anxiety, eventually abandoning his earlier view of anxiety as transformed libido. Freud and the Passions. Recapitulating Sociology or Sociology Re capitulating Psychology? A number of factors can play a role in the libido beyond biological influences, including psychological and social factors. The analyst's metaphors: A Deconstructionist Perspective. In Playing and Reality.
Strong Mothers, Weak Wives
If, however, some part of the psyche prohibits such overt expression, then, Freud contended, the repressed and censored impulse produces neurotic symptoms, neuroses being conceptualized as the negative of perversions. How Psychoanalysis Influenced the Field of Psychology. This is not the place to enter into a discussion of the critique of the idea of an early phase of undifferentiation between self and object which Freud's, Winnicott's and Mahler's thinking assumes. Content may be subject to copyright. In Skeptical Sociology. Freud's paradigm for the sexual drive can be reconceived in terms of source, aim and quality of relatedness to object.