Notes on Freud, Wild Anaylsis

Notes on Freud, Wild Anaylsis - Julianna Ritter 1/24/2011...

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Julianna Ritter 1/24/2011 “On 'Wild' Analysis” / Freud Sigmund Freud's essay “On 'Wild' Analysis” did not surprise me within the context of modern psychology and views on human sexual nature. While it is important to acknowledge the way in which Freud has shaped psychology, Freud's ideas have become so proliferated that the novelty of his thought process has lessened. Overall Freud's obsessive emphasis on coupling sex with meaning in human life, even in life's most trivial forms, makes it difficult for me to accept such an exaggerated philosophy. While the essay de-familiarizes Freud’s standard on sex, the fixation on sex as meaning and meaning as sex is nothing short of surprising. However, with Freud's concise prose and diction it is nearly impossible to objectively appreciate Freud's psychology without somewhat submitting to his own understanding of any kind of pathological condition. I think it is relatively easy to fund Freud’s idea to define sex as meaning and a universal human drive. In his careful and clever
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