Links to Freud
- The University of Leeds' Department of Art History provides a database search for materials regarding Freud and psychoanalysis. Because this area is for a department of art history, it often makes subtle errors such as Freud was "fascinated psychoanalysis" and was one of the "first..." -- how can we justifably characterize a founder of a intellectual movement as being 'fascinated' with his or her own invention? It's as if the man were obsessed with this discovery. My reading suggests something more practical: he was
struggeling to raise the intellectual validity of his perspective in an non-too
hospitable Victorian environment.
- A different translation (very short) of The Interpretation of Dreams by Paul Brians at
Washington State University.
- The so-called 'clasic' article PSYCHOANALYSIS: FREUDIAN SCHOOL
- Here is a letter taken from the Freud-Fliess Letters
- A Freud-Jung Dream Interpretation Primer.
- This French-English bilingual page offers little about Freud, but also contains the first reference to post-Freudians, e.g., Laques Lacan, I have found.
- For a look at how the psychoanalystic community is investigating the use of HTML and SGML for educational purposes as well as how the structure of the Web recapitulates the native structure of thinking as theorized by Freud. This essay is called On Aphasia by William I. Grossman.
At the Center for
Electronic Texts in the Humanities. you can find information about a pilot project with Freud materials.
- Here is an advertisement for a book entitled Freud's Wishful Dream Book, which looks at the long lasting appeal of Freud's The Internpretation of Dreams in spite of its short comings. The book is ultimately pro-Freud as the author is said to have "evaluated some of its more salient features and "tried to re-create the experience of reading it for the first time"."
- Here's a link to the Penguin Freud Library at which you can get info about and order their books.
- At this site you can look at an advertisement for a work on how Dr. Seuss pays homage to Freudian thought. This is a theme that Dr. Naomi Goldenberg (my ex-Doktor Mutter) has been speaking about for three years now.
- This site, entitled Freud: The Master...or a Has-Been? functions to advertise a book called Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Eastern Thought.
- For some fun with Mark Up Languages, take a look at the Mind Reading Markup Language (MRML) which makes a play on Freudian and Jungian concepts as they might be incorporated into Web communications.
- For more fun, here's a site that suggestes developing a Freudian styled personality typology based on salad dressings.
- Link to the FreudNet courtesy of the AA Brill Library and the New York Psychoanalytic Institute.
- Or you can go to Freud's one-time home, Viennia Austria, to view the information provided there. They even offer a brief biography of Freud.
- Other supplements to Freud's thought that are available on the World Wide Web include David B Stevenson's collection of materials about Freud's psychology. This site offers all sorts of information about Freud's Thought. You can access biographies, bibliographies, stuff relevant to philosophy and religon, various aspects of Freud's theory of the mind, techniques, and more. There is a whole slew of material about Freud attached to these Brown University Sites. My advice is to back up one directory to get an overview of the files available here. Still at Brown University, you can find a repository of their Freud files.
- You can also look Freud up in the US's Library of Congress with a memo by Dr. Harold Bloom.
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