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Wittgenstein reads Freud : the myth of the unconscious

Author: Jacques Bouveresse
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1995.
Series: New French thought.
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"Offering a critical view of all the texts in which Wittgenstein mentions Freud, Bouveresse immerses us in the intellectual climate of Vienna in the early part of the twentieth century. Although we come to see why Wittgenstein did not view psychoanalysis as a science proper, we are nonetheless made to feel the philosopher's sense of wonder and respect for the cultural task Freud took on as he found new ways  Read more...
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Named Person: Ludwig Wittgenstein; Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud; Ludwig Wittgenstein; Sigmund Freud; Sigmund Freud; Ludwig Wittgenstein; Sigmund Freud; Ludwig Wittgenstein; Sigmund Freud; Ludwig Wittgenstein
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jacques Bouveresse
ISBN: 0691034257 9780691034256
OCLC Number: 31434155
Description: xx, 143 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Wittgenstein : disciple of Freud? --
The problem of the reality of the unconscious --
The "generalizing impulse," or the philosopher in spite of himself --
Reasons and causes --
The mechanics of the mind --
The "Principle of insufficient reason" and the right to nonsense --
The "message" of the dream --
Conclusion.
Series Title: New French thought.
Other Titles: Philosophie, mythologie et pseudo-science.
Responsibility: Jacques Bouveresse ; translated by Carol Cosman ; with a foreword by Vincent Descombes.
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Turning to the Austrian-born philosopher and contemporary of Freud for a candid assessment of the early issues surrounding psychoanalysis, this study shows that Wittgenstein was sympathetic to  Read more...

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"This small book is a treasure for those of us who want to understand and better articulate our own ambivalent attitudes toward Freud."--"Psychoanalytic Books " "In drawing together most of the Read more...

 
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