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Gresser weaves an immense amount of specific, detailed information into a fascinating argument that is of great interest to anyone interested in Freud as a person and not just In doing so, the book adds another dimension to the understanding of Freud's connection with Judaism. It pulls together a number of contributory elements in Freud's experience of his own Jewishness and articulates them particularly in connection with his views on religion. Using Freud's correspondence, this book argues that his Jewishness was in fact a source of energy and pride for him and that he identified with both Jewish and humanist traditi337Â pagesRelease Date:Â June 1994ISBN10:Â 0-7914-1811-1ISBN10:Â 0-7914-1812-X1. IntroductionThe Early Period, to 19062. The Early Period3. The Middle Period4. The Late PeriodThe Return of the Suppressed: Letters from 19255. Dual Allegiance and Modern Jewish Identity22120/23420(CFS//)337Â pagesPrice: $56.50Release Date:Â May 1994Price: $31.95You Have 0 Item(s) In CartState University of New York Press | 353 Broadway | State University Plaza | Albany, NY 12246-0001 Phone 866.430.7869 | Fax 518.320.1592 Dual AllegianceFreud as a Modern JewMoshe Gresser - AuthorUsing Freud's correspondence, this book argues that his Jewishness was in fact a source of energy and pride for him and that he identified with both Jewish and humanist traditions.Moses and Monotheism.Gresser thus initiates a discussion about modern Jewish identity that will be of interest to anyone concerned about questions of the relationship between tradition and modernity, and between the particular and the universal, that moderns struggle with in the search for authenticity.Moshe Gresser is Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Colgate University.The Division of Freud's Psychoanalytic Corpus in Relation to his Jewish IdentityAn Exposition of the ArgumentFreud's Jewish and Humanist EducationsThe CorrespondenceFreud's Letters to Emil FlussThe CorrespndenceKarl Abraham and JewishnessTotem and TabooMoses of Michelangelo"The Encounter with Death RevisitedAddendum: Freud's Kiddush CupsGeneral IndexIndex to Sigmund Freud's LettersPsychology of ReligionDreaming about the DivineHigher WisdomChildren on PlaygroundsBody ShotsDream Life, Wake LifeAttunement Through the BodyLiving ConsciousnessMorita Therapy and the True Nature of Anxiety-Based Disorders (Shinkeishitsu)New Directions in Dream Interpretation
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Every human being has two personalities: an archaic, primitive, childlike, unadapted personality, and a modern, sophisticated, adult, and, to all appearances, adapted personaliCivilization and education have superimposed the second over the first or rather built over the first a thin crust of manners which does not permit its sharp angles to protrude( Originally Published 1920 )Dual PersonalitiesHow One Woman Became InsaneDefinition of Multiple Personality DisorderDual Personalities
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