History Of Sigmund Freud Autobiography Philosophy And Psychoanalysis

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Describe the history of Sigmund Freud. Who s/he is? Where s/he comes from? Any significant life information about the theorist. Then describe the theory itself. What is the purpose of the theory? How was the theory applied then and how is the theory applied today. The paper should be 5 pages double spaced in 12 inch font and printed. PLEASE DO NOT MAKE IT 14 OR 16 OR ANYTHING LARGER!!!!!!

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History of Sigmund Freud
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History of Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud was born 6th May 1856 in Pribor, Czechia by Amalia Freud and Jacob
Freud who were Jews with a Galician origin in the Moravian town of Freiberg in Austria.
Sigmund Freud was a neurologist, a thinker with a lot of influence, an expert in psychology
and the founder of psychoanalysis, a method used in clinics to treat psychopathology between
patients and psychoanalysts through dialogue in the twentieth century. Sigmund Freud was
married to Martha Bernays and their children were Anna Freud, Ernst Freud, Jean Martin
Freud, Mathilde Freud, Oliver Freud and Sophie Freud. Sigmund Freud studied at the
University of Vienna. Moreover, he also earned himself awards due to his contributions on
psychoanalysis like Goethe price and a foreign member of the royal society.
Being an authoritative thinker, Sigmund Freud came up with famous quotes like
sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, one day in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as
the most beautiful, from error to error one discovers the truth, the mind is like an iceberg, and
it floats with one-seventh of its bulk above water, time you can spend with cats is still useful
and many others. Sigmund Freud also wrote famous books like the Interpretation of Dreams
(it introduces the theory about unconsciousness and how it relates to the interpretation of
dreams), Mourning and Melancholia (argues that lamentation and melancholia are same but
responses to loss are distinct, the future of an Illusion (it deliberates on origins pertaining to
religion, its advancement and its future), Civilization and its discontents (he discusses the
philosophy of politics), the ego and the Id (it analyses the psyche of human bringing out
theories involved in psychodynamics of ego), Beyond the Pleasure Principle(it discusses how
instinct of sex contribute to behaviours of human) A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis(
he introduces his ideas about psychoanalysis), Group psychology( it describes mechanisms of




psychology at labour within movements involving mass), The problem of Anxiety( it
discusses about formation of symptoms of anxiety and ego) and the psychopathology of
everyday life. This paper seeks to discuss the psychoan...

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