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Sigmund Freud and the Jewish mystical tradition

Author: David Bakan
Publisher: Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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With its focus on the ways in which Freud was and was not Jewish, this study offers a model example of the problem of Jewish identity - as embodied by one of the giants of modern science, who professed to be both "infidel" and "Jew."
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Named Person: Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Bakan
ISBN: 0486437671 9780486437675
OCLC Number: 55982136
Notes: Unabridged republication of the 1965 Schocken paperback edition of the work originally published in 1958 by D. Van Nostrand.
Description: xxii, 326 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The problem of the origins of psychoanalysis --
Hypotheses relating the origins of psychoanalysis to Freud's personal life --
Psychoanalysis as a problem in the history of ideas --
Anti-semitism in Vienna --
The general question of dissimulation --
Did Freud ever dissemble? --
Freud's positive identification as a Jew --
Freud's relationship to Fliess and his other Jewish associates --
Early Kabbala --
Modern Kabbala --
The Zohar --
The Chmielnicki period --
Jewish self-government --
The Sabbatian episode --
The Frankist episode --
Chassidism --
The Moses of Michelangelo --
Some relevant biographical items --
Moses and Monotheism --
a book of double content --
Moses as an Egyptian --
Moses was killed by the Jews --
Freud's messianic identification --
Introduction --
The transition --
The hypnosis and cocaine episodes --
The discovery of the transference --
The "Flectere ..." of the interpretation of dreams --
Freud's paper on demoniacal possession --
The composition of the interpretation of dreams --
Accretion of meanings to the devil image --
The problem of scholarship --
Techniques of interpretation --
Sexuality --
Heimlichkeit.
Responsibility: David Bakan.
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With its focus on the ways in which Freud was and was not Jewish, this study offers a model example of the problem of Jewish identity - as embodied by one of the giants of modern science, who professed to be both "infidel" and "Jew."

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