Freud - Freud SWMS 210 1/22/09 Sigmund Freud,1856-1939...

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Why we Read Freud Now 1. Psychoanalysis explains how we internalize dominant systems of meaning. 2. Psychoanalysis gives us a symbolic language for the very personal experience of desire 3. Psychoanalysis is a non-predictive and non-judgemental account of compulsory heterosexuality 4. Psychoanalysis resists the idea that the self is plain and easy to read
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Key Terms in Psychoanalysis OEDIPUS COMPLEX: A stage in early childhood within which both the boy and the girl see the father as a rival for the mother’s affections. They harbor murderous desires towards the father and incestuous desires for the mother. As the
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DEFINITION: Stage when the boy realizes that some people do not have a penis and therefore he fears that his could be taken away. Unabated, it becomes a complex: castration complex. READ: p. 17
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2009 for the course SWMS 210gm taught by Professor Marciniak during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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Freud - Freud SWMS 210 1/22/09 Sigmund Freud,1856-1939...

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