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Freud and Disease
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A 7 page discussion of Sigmund Freud's views on mental illness. Encapsulates his belief that the outward manifestation of all mental illness revolves around our inner savagery or repressed sexuality. Contrasts this belief with the modern belief that mental illness is a biochemical malfunction and addresses the question as to whether disease has a function. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Freud And Dream Interpretation
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5 pages in length. In "Interpretation of Dreams," Sigmund Freud suggests many revolutionary theories that later become the cornerstone of his fundamental principles. Of all the issues addressed in his book, one of the most significant comes in the form of inquiries: What is mind? Do we have completely control of our actions? Do we really know ourselves? After posing these questions, the author turns his attention toward a more philosophical concern wondering that if we cannot even control our actions, are we still responsible for what transpires? Freud is effective in validating that the moral nature of man persists even in dreams. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Freud and Fun
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(5 pp) According to Boynton (2000) Sigmund Freud's theory of psychoanalysis has been challenged and revised from the moment it was conceived. What, we might now read as outrageous fiction, has become the fodder of light-night talk shows which perhaps is damning enough. This discussion will focus on some of Freud's creative ideas concerning the human psyche, and see where they stand today. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Freud And Gender Identity
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9 pages in length. Freud's theories have catapulted this historic thinker to such tremendous heights within the psychological community that he often occupies these lofty levels without having to share the space. Granted, this status may have been the result of his contemporaries either loving or hating his somewhat obscure human development philosophies, but he remains at the forefront of modern theoretical thought nonetheless. One of Freud's most debated theories is that of gender identity about which he elaborates through his Oedipus and Electra Complexes; however, as with all his other theories, this one is not without those who question the simplistic nature of his assertion. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Freud and Human Nature.
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(5 pp) according to Freud (1930) human nature is "the struggle between Eros and Death, between the instinct of life and the instinct of destruction, as it works itself out in the human species. This struggle is what all life essentially consists of, and the evolution of civilization may therefore be described as the struggle for life of the human species. He adds that the sense of guilt is the most important problem in the development of civilization’ and that ‘the price we pay for our advance in civilization is a loss of happiness through the heightening of the sense of guilt’ Personal responses to this statement are given. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Freud and Jung
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A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts Freud's "Civilization and its Discontents" and Jung's "The Undiscovered Self." No additional sources cited.
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This paper examines Freud's theories on life spans, and how they pertain to development of the child into a human being. Freud postulated the theory that intervention with any of the life spans could mean problems as an adult. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Freud and Little Hans
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This 20 page paper is an in-depth look a the case of Little Hans, a case that concerned a five year old boy who developed a phobia of large animals, especially horses. The paper looks at the background and history of Hans, with his sexual development and interest in his "widdler", the castration anxiety, fear of his father and the Oedipus complex. The paper examines the different anxieties and then considers how these were analyzed and interpreted by Freud before the case is critiqued. The bibliography cites 20 sources.
Filename: TEfreudhans.rtf

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