The Psychopathology of Everyday Life

It is filled with anecdotes, many of them quite amusing, and virtually bereft of technical terminology And Freud put himself on the line numerous acts of willful forgetting or inexplicable mistakes are recounted from his personal experience none of such actions can be called truly accidental, or uncaused that is the real lesson of the Psychopathology.
The Psychopathology of Everyday Life It is filled with anecdotes many of them quite amusing and virtually bereft of technical terminology And Freud put himself on the line numerous acts of willful forgetting or inexplicable mistakes ar

  • Title: The Psychopathology of Everyday Life
  • Author: Sigmund Freud James Strachey Peter Gay
  • ISBN: 9780393006117
  • Page: 221
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    Sigmund Freud James Strachey Peter Gay

    Freud was an Austrian neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis, who created an entirely new approach to the understanding of the human personality He is regarded as one of the most influential and controversial minds of the 20th century.Sigismund later changed to Sigmund Freud was born on 6 May 1856 in Freiberg, Moravia now Pribor in the Czech Republic His father was a merchant The family moved to Leipzig and then settled in Vienna, where Freud was educated Freud s family were Jewish but he was himself non practising.In 1873, Freud began to study medicine at the University of Vienna After graduating, he worked at the Vienna General Hospital He collaborated with Josef Breuer in treating hysteria by the recall of painful experiences under hypnosis In 1885, Freud went to Paris as a student of the neurologist Jean Charcot On his return to Vienna the following year, Freud set up in private practice, specialising in nervous and brain disorders The same year he married Martha Bernays, with whom he had six children.Freud developed the theory that humans have an unconscious in which sexual and aggressive impulses are in perpetual conflict for supremacy with the defences against them In 1897, he began an intensive analysis of himself In 1900, his major work The Interpretation of Dreams was published in which Freud analysed dreams in terms of unconscious desires and experiences.In 1902, Freud was appointed Professor of Neuropathology at the University of Vienna, a post he held until 1938 Although the medical establishment disagreed with many of his theories, a group of pupils and followers began to gather around Freud In 1910, the International Psychoanalytic Association was founded with Carl Jung, a close associate of Freud s, as the president Jung later broke with Freud and developed his own theories.After World War One, Freud spent less time in clinical observation and concentrated on the application of his theories to history, art, literature and anthropology In 1923, he published The Ego and the Id , which suggested a new structural model of the mind, divided into the id, the ego and the superego.In 1933, the Nazis publicly burnt a number of Freud s books In 1938, shortly after the Nazis annexed Austria, Freud left Vienna for London with his wife and daughter Anna.Freud had been diagnosed with cancer of the jaw in 1923, and underwent than 30 operations He died of cancer on 23 September 1939.

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    • Rick said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      I learned why I have lost so many umbrellas in my life. Why I try to open my office door with my house key. Now, why should my hats and caps have half-lives of less than a year? Where is that mosquito control association cap I got from the World's Leading Authority? Freud pretty much convinced me that what my grandma told me - "Lost objects go to the Moon" - is not true. Venus, maybe.

    • Yasemin Şahin said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Hepimizin her gün başına gelen dil sürçmelerimizin anlamını, aklımızdakilerin nasıl direk dile yansıdığına dair açıklamaları oldukça aydınlatıcıydı. Düşündürücü bir kitap ve uzun süredir Freud'dan okuduğum ve yararlı bulduğum, çok da geç kalmadığım için sevindiğim bir kitaptı. Bir yerde, iş yerinde çoğunlukla yanıbaşımda olmasını seçemediğim insanlarla bir aradayken, bu kadar davranış ve cümleleri apaçık eden bir okuma yapmak iyi geldi diyeb [...]

    • Maureen said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Surprisingly good. Now that we live in a post-Fruedian universe - it is very interesting to go back and see how it all came about - this book was very readable, the stories he tells, he tells well. It's not always easy to catch everything he is getting at - but in general a very good thesis. i don't go all the way with his ideas, and he was pedantic, a little Victorian demigod, but all the same fun to read.

    • Curt Bozif said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      How to make people really self-conscious when they drop, slip, miss-spell, forget, are late, or bump into something.

    • Alex Csicsek said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Yeah yeah yeah, Frued has been discredited by over half a century of physiological study, and his theories are filled with holes and contradictions even when taken on their own terms, but come on this stuff is fun.The Psychopathology of Everyday Life is an interesting, accessible book demonstrating the existence of the psyche in the most mundane of circumstances, such as when having a conversation or trying to recall a name. Each chapter deals with the different manifestations of the psyche thro [...]

    • Miguel Soto said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      No por nada este fue mi libro-anzuelo al psicoanálisis. La mejor manera de dar cuenta del inconsciente es dejándonos ver sus triquiñuelas aparentemente inocentes, esas que surgen cuando decimos lo que (no) queríamos decir, cuando se nos olvida lo que (no) queríamos hacer, cuando dijimos el nombre equivocado, en finCada relectura de Freud abre un campo nuevo, aunque sea el campo que se aró al inicio de todo.

    • Anna said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Finished it finally. Jung's next.I don't think I'll read Freud again. Why? Because I've had the impression that Freud's full of himself, the quantity of the examples are too damn much and the theories I have to admit, some of them were interesting and made me think, but most of them are just annoying. The whole book is annoying and doesn't make any sense. I cannot believe most of psychology is based on this guy's thoughts.And I have another thing I have to mention, but it's not Freud's fault. Th [...]

    • BellaGBear said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Interesting book with a lot of theories that make you think about little memory quirks in day to day life. I did not agree with everything, but that is also not really the point with books like that. The fact that theories are explained well is more important. Also he uses a lot of examples to explain his points, which was very functional in my opinion.

    • Lena Rakhimova said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Эта книга стоит прочтения для лучшего понимания влияния наших сторонних мотиваций на наши действия, человек стремится всегда выдать правду и тело находит путь выразить это любым способом

    • Joanne Freitas said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Por mais anos que passe, Freud sempre será Freud.

    • Shahine Ardeshir said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Since Psychology was my undergraduate major, I am no stranger to Sigmund Freud. So you could argue that I had some idea of what I would be getting into when I picked this book up.Unfortunately, that didn't help make it any more enjoyable. I was reminded repeatedly of a line I read in one of our Psychology text books, which pointed out while some of Freud's ideas did in fact shape the way we see therapy, a lot of his work did more to propel dissension (and hence encourage more people to join the [...]

    • Ennio said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Dopo aver covato per anni una certa avversione per la psicologia e gli psicologi in generale, principalmente grazie alla falsa idea che media e persone di dubbia intelligenza propinano a riguardo, mi sono lentamente avvicinato a questo mondo con un discreto interesse.Da dove iniziare allora, se non da uno dei padri della psicologia moderna, per lo più da uno dei suoi testi che ho saputo essere di più semplice comprensione anche per chi non è studioso della materia?Niente di più sbagliato.Non [...]

    • Brandon said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      I read this as a required reading in one of my classes in graduate school (which may have something to do with how I rated it). At the end of the book I was left wondering if anyone would ever suggest this book if the authors name wasn't Freud.

    • Yavuz said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      1895 yılında ilk akademik kürsüsünden konuşmasını tamamlayıp indiği an, insanlığın eline insan zihnini belki de bütün çıplaklığı ile bıraktığı andı. Hatta, Fteud'u dinleyenler arasında bulunan nörologlar "bilimsel bir peri masalı" olarak yorumlamış o çıplaklığı, kıskançlıklarından. Lehinde ve aleyhinde yazılanlar, konuşulanlar bitmese de, ister bilimsel olsun ister bir peri masalı, tükenmeyen bir kaşif Freud amcamız. Kitaptan "dalgınlık" ve "dejavu" [...]

    • Ganesh Sanal said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      A word to everyone that's about to read this: This is not Psychiatry 101. The author's subconscious repressed the fact that there are non-psychiatric people like us exist. The most excruciating read ever. Sigmund Freud is the most terrible author that I have ever came across. He may be a great psychiatrist but he is the kind of author that make you quit reading altogether. PhewOkay. Calm downThis is something that lies between a research paper and a generic book. It's too technical to be conside [...]

    • Tatiana (DraCat) said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Перечитывая Фрейда с немного другим, чем пять лет назад, багажом за плечами, понимаю, что раньше я не читала его книг. Взгляд студента всегда избирателен - выхватывает то, что нужно к зачету, реферату, вообще, что нужно. За этим теряется специфика текста. Научный текст - это ос [...]

    • Jana said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Freud's work is foundational for understanding theory. Without reading his work, we can't possibly get all the references of the other theorists who followed. So as part of my MFA program, we read the entire body of Freud's work. I had a lot of resistance to Freud mostly feminist critique. But to be fair, even the feminist theorists are grounded in at least an understanding of Freud (if not Freudian themselves). But about this bookI guess I took issue with Freud's assumption of perfection in con [...]

    • Remo said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Empiezo a darme cuenta de que Freud fallaba y creo que sé dónde. El busilis es la aparente coincidecia iterada. En este libro explica mediante sus hipótesis psicoanalíticas (lo intenta al menos) los olvidos casuales, las faltas al hablar o escribir (lapsus linguae y lapsus calami, como dato curioso pero inútil), los errores simples Su método falla. Siempre se ve capaz de hallar una relación entre el tema que le ocupa y algún hecho reciente que perturba al autor del fallo. Pero es que SIE [...]

    • Leonardo said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      La represión tiene que ser tan fuerte porque el sexo mismo es muy fuerte. ¿Qué sociedad es esta en la que el sonido metálico de unos tacones puede hacer que los hombres exploten de lujuria? No es de extrañar que, en el curso del análisis del famoso sueño de «Signorelli» en su Psicopatología de la vida cotidiana, Freud informe de que fue un viejo musulmán de Bosnia-Herzegovina quien le comunicó la «sabiduría» del sexo como lo único que hace la vida digna de ser vivida: «Una vez q [...]

    • Ioana Fotache said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      While I appreciate its place in history, the easily comprehensible language, and the general encouragement to self-discovery via analysing ourselves and our everyday life, *damn* does Freud have a way of stretching things.

    • Kazi said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Quaint misogynistic ramblings of an old fuddy duddy.

    • Kausik R said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      i was flabbergasted when i read this book forgetting names and slip of tongue is not a simple science

    • Joanne Gordon said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Loved his take on jokes, and his explanation of Freudian slips

    • Siddharth said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      A fitting start to Freud's work. This book is a long list of the things that we often dismiss as inconsequential but can actually be traced back to our thoughts when it happened. Or our disagreeable thoughts about a matter, which can be associated with the present one. Freud makes a dispassionate argument throughout the book, allowing for mistakes and accepting that although it might all seem very circumstantial after the fact, we must try to be as objective as we possibly can.Some of the quotes [...]

    • Assia said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      "Nous considérons que l'oubli est un processus spontané, au déroulement duquel nous pouvons attribuer une certaine durée. Nous faisons ressortir le fait que, dans l'oubli, il se produit une certaine sélection entre les diverses impressions qui se présentent, ainsi qu'entre les détails de chaque impression et de chaque événement vécu. Nous connaissons quelques-unes des conditions nécessaires pour que se maintienne dans la mémoire et pour que puisse être évoqué ce qui, en l'absence [...]

    • Johnn Escobar said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      Deeper teachings about failed acts and their corresponding interpretation, as well as déjà vu are some of the broad themes that come to be learned.Sigmund Freud in each of his books succeeds in submerging the reader in a class rich in knowledge, because it allows to understand and analyze the forgetfulness or omission of names, as well as the failed readings, or an analogous case in the writing revealing hidden desires in the unconscious.In my opinion it is a book that can not be lacking in th [...]

    • Anna O.P. said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      I *want* to really like this book. Truly. I want to find it difficult to put down and I want to go recommend it enthusiastically to anyone who would listen to me. I mean come on, it's Freud! And everyday psychopathology! Wow!But I can't. I don't know whether I should be disappointed in the book or in myself. The topic of this book is fascinating and there are indeed so many gems and funny bits of psychoanalysis in it. But the language (or the translation?) makes it difficult to read. 3 star rati [...]

    • Kirk Johnson said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      As usual, Freud stretches the support for his theories a bit too thin in places, but for an entertaining read and as a tool for investigating oneself, this book is exceptional. In large part a collection of anecdotes with a bit of theoretical musing to fill in the gaps - or the opposite, one could argue - Freud shows that he both knows how to write a story with verve and how to present a theory succinctly and painlessly.The introduction is a better affair than most. Perhaps its author is a bit o [...]

    • Francesca said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      E' la prima volta che leggo qualcosa di Freud, è la prima volta che leggo un saggio sulla psicologia, in realtà. Mi è sembrato interessante, in alcune parti un po' ripetitivo e troppo prolisso, ma in linea generale sempre curioso. L'edizione dei Mini Mammut non è proprio il meglio che si possa trovare, alcuni discorsi "riportati" vengono scritti con un carattere più piccolo rispetto al resto del testo, con il risultato che ci si trova davanti ad intere pagine pressoché illeggibili se non a [...]

    • Maha Shangab said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:56 AM

      A book's worth is determined by how much it adds to you and how much it enriches your mind. Freud has succeeded in altering the way I view day to day matters, things that I once thought trivial and overlooked. Nothing is arbitrary, nothing is unintentional, nothing is a mere mistake, nothing is a mere slip when it comes to people's actions. This shall be the principle I adopt until further study confirm it or contradict it.

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