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by Samuel Weber

Author: Samuel Weber
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: Stanford University Press; 1 edition (May 1, 2000)
Pages: 278 pages
Category: Fitness and Health
Rating: 4.5
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The Legend of Freud is a fine example of what can be done with Freud's texts when philosophical and literary approaches converge, and you leave the couch in the other room. Weber is brilliantly imaginative, respectful of his subject and his readers, and productive of new ideas.

The Legend of Freud is a fine example of what can be done with Freud's texts when philosophical and literary approaches converge, and you leave the couch in the other room. Village Voice Literary Supplement). Series: Cultural Memory in the Present.

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The Legend of Freud shows why psychoanalysis has remained uncanny, not just for .

The Legend of Freud shows why psychoanalysis has remained uncanny, not just for its enemies but for its advocates and practitioners as welland why it co. “Psychoanalysis is dead! Again and again this obituary is pronounced, with ever-increasing conviction in newspapers and scholarly journals alike. The Legend of Freud is a fine example of what can be done with Freud's texts when philosophical and literary approaches converge, and you leave the couch in the other room. 0804731209 (ISBN13: 9780804731201).

The Legend of Freud shows why psychoanalysis has remained uncanny, not just for its . Freud chose the Phallus as the symbol for Psychoanalysis.

The Legend of Freud shows why psychoanalysis has remained uncanny, not just for its enemies but for its advocates and practitioners as wellâ?”and why it continues to fascinate us. For psychoanalysis is not just a theory of psychic conflict: it is a thought in conflict with itself. Further, Lacan confirmed the key role the Phallus plays inthe psychoanalytic theory by introducing the concepts Name of the Father, Real, Symbolic, and Imaginary, which arepreontological in nature; thereby, they are out of the reach of any Representation Metaphysics. Consequently, the Phallus highlights the lack of anchorage of the symbol.

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Psychoanalysis is dead!". Again and again this obituary is pronounced, with ever-increasing conviction in newspapers and scholarly journals alike. But the ghost of Freud and his thought continues to haunt those who would seal the grave. The Legend of Freud shows why psychoanalysis has remained uncanny, not just for its enemies but for its advocates and practitioners as well-and why it continues to fascinate us.

Cultural Memory in the Present. Among his many books is Mass Mediauras: Form, Technics, Media (Stanford, 1996). Country of Publication.

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"Psychoanalysis is dead!" Again and again this obituary is pronounced, with ever-increasing conviction in newspapers and scholarly journals alike. But the ghost of Freud and his thought continues to haunt those who would seal the grave. The Legend of Freud shows why psychoanalysis has remained uncanny, not just for its enemies but for its advocates and practitioners as well―and why it continues to fascinate us. For psychoanalysis is not just a theory of psychic conflict: it is a thought in conflict with itself. Often violent, the conflicts of psychoanalysis are most productive where they remain unresolved, thus producing a text that must be read: deciphered, interpreted, rewritten. Psychoanalysis: legenda est. Review "The Legend of Freud is a fine example of what can be done with Freud's texts when philosophical and literary approaches converge, and you leave the couch in the other room. . . . Like Lacan and Derrida, Weber doesn't so much explain or interpret Freud as engage him, performing what Freud would have called an Auseinandersetzung, a discussion or argument that's also a taking apart, a deconstruction. . . . Deconstruction has picked up a bad name, especially in the minds of those who don't understand it; but this wouldn't be the case if there were more books like Weber's. The Legend of Freud is the best deconstructive work I've seen lately, and the best response to Freud; it merits close attention from anyone who wants a challenge, not merely a guide to what's right and wrong. . . . Weber is brilliantly imaginative, respectful of his subject and his readers, and productive of new ideas." ―Village Voice Literary Supplement