Slip held a soft opening Tuesday in Suite 11, a space formerly occupied by Due Donne, a clothing and shoe boutique.
The authors show firstly that Schopenhauer's 'will' can be read parallel with the Freudian
'id' and secondly, what implications can be drawn from their notions of the unconsciousness for the issue of freedom versus necessity and determinism.
The somewhat authoritarian view of early work which was part of Freudian
thinkingI don't think this is there at all anymore, because it doesn't work in today's world," said Dr.
To the Freudian
circle Webster adds another one--the difficulties of romance in her young heroine's life.
To be called a homophobe is to have a diagnostic label placed on one, suggesting slyly--with that insufferable sanctimony only Freudians
are capable of--that one's objections have nothing to do with reason, tradition, theology, or anything else: one is opposed to homosexuality because one is oneself repressed and, quite likely, a sodomite in secret.
In this original, succinct, and highly relevant book, Celia Britton carefully unravels the nature of this contradiction and traces the various distortions and reformulations of Freudian
thought within the Antillean context.
The impact of Freudian
psychoanalysis on the interpretation of father-daughter incest in courts of law, the social sciences and child-serving agencies during the postwar period was not, as has commonly been assumed, to uniformly silence discussion and prosecution.
This book puts forward an alternative view: that, on the contrary, religion was always present, hidden behind Modernism's glassy facade, not thrown out but suppressed, like the Freudian
The intricate yet lucid Freudian
reading of Marvell's enigmatic "Nymph complaining for the death of her Faun" by Phillip McCaffrey finds that the Nymph, stalled in a "self-destructive grief[,] .
Slip is the sequel to his first book, Written in Jest, a series of letters penned as applications for non-existent jobs such as principal stable boy for the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and Government scapegoat.
Arguing that texts like Dante's Inferno have much to teach us about the primitive "excluded possibilities" of social life, he embarks on a Freudian
analysis of patristic and medieval Christian depictions of hell.
We may be more comfortable with the Freudian
notion that early trauma seals our fate or with the simplistic notion that caregivers are 100 percent responsible for the behavior of their children.
Once in worship I misread Titus, declaring that we are to be "uptight" instead of "upright" (a Freudian
Pardes provides a Freudian
literary analysis of the exodus-wilderness narratives, found primarily in Exodus and Numbers.
In the first three chapters, she discusses the foundational views of Freudian
theory, and integrates more recent ideas from developmental theory and research and post-modern concepts, such as language and meaning, and culture and identity.