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Freud brings some interesting perspectives to the reason behind the beginnings of civilization. He delves into why it was actually a selfish need (keeping groups together to... Read morePublished 5 days ago by N.J. Terry
It's interesting but a bit limited in the information provided.Published 7 days ago by Gabriel Suarez
I decided to re-read this after reading Adam Phillips' Becoming Freud (a frustrating, but very interesting book/lecture). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard S. Wells
Great book, hilariously tacky edition. When publishing a super-cheap version of a classic, most designer would go with a plain matte cover. But not this designer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amanda
Freud was an amazing psychologist. However, I’ll have to say, he wasn’t one of the best authors. I wouldn’t criticize him too much for his writing skills, since society was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Euwan Kim
This translation is written so well that it reads smoothly and effortlessly.Published 2 months ago by Joe Dieringer
Freud is very atheistic in this text and though I share his opinions, it gets in the way of the main point of psychoanalysis.Published 2 months ago by Teagen Carr-Dix