Published April 2001
by W. W. Norton & Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
look closely, you'll find that all the ideas in "Freud's Megalomania" are quite seriously presented. All in all, a brilliant intellectual tour de force. Don't be fooled by critics who think the novel is meant to deflate or ridicule Freud's ideas/5(4). Freud’s “book” is introduced by a Professor Albert Stewart, who says the manuscript was given to him by Bernadette Schilder, whose mother, Emma Benesch, was the love child that Freud had. Freud's Megalomania: A Novel by Israel Rosenfield. Paperback $ Ship This When I had completed my book The Man Moses (Der Mann Moses) I realized that what had truly preoccupied me for the past quarter of a century was the psychology of the man, Moses, not the psychology of his followers. I had created a theory that, I believed Author: Israel Rosenfield. Get this from a library! Freud's Megalomania. [Israel Rosenfield] -- "Rosenfield reveals a Freud who in reflecting upon his life's work realizes that he has gotten it all wrong! Having realized that he has been a victim of his own self-delusion, Freud goes about.
What if Freud had left a final paper declaring, revolutionarily, that morality arises not from the guilt caused by Oedipal desires but, instead, from simple fear of the absolute, unchallengeable authority demonstrated in megalomania? CUNY history professor Rosenfield makes just this the premise of his novel debutand produces a wonderful, chewy, intellectual : Israel Rosenfield. Buy Freud's Megalomania: A Novel New Ed by Rosenfield, Israel (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Freud's Megalomania by Israel Rosenfield starting at $ Freud's Megalomania has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Wilhelm Reich was once Sigmund Freud’s best pupil. A fascinating but disturbing new collection of letters and journals shows his descent into paranoid : Vladislav Davidzon.
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