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07/22/2018, 09:07, Vienna  DEUTSCH / ENGLISH




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Social narcissism (Part II) / Le narcissisme social (Part II)

Author: Elsa Godart


(Until next Wednesday, the author will be available in the forum to answer your questions!)

Ovid’s myth according to the Freudian definition

"Narcissus and Echo, metamorphosed into voices"

Tiresias, a soothsayer who became very popular in Aonia, made a prediction about Narcissus, born of the nymph Liriopé and Cephise, which for a long time remained mysterious:


Le mythe d’Ovide à la définition freudienne

«Narcisse et Écho, métamorphosée en voix»

Tirésias, devin devenu très prisé en Aonie, fit à propos de Narcisse, né de la nymphe Liriopé et du Céphise, une prédiction restée longtemps mystérieuse:
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Ein Aufklärungsbuch für Erwachsene

Author: Lea Dohm

„Liebe und Sexualität“ von Masters und Johnson, erstveröffentlicht 1987 ist als „Klassiker der Sexualtherapie“ bekannt und wird heute schulenunabhängig in der Psychotherapie-Ausbildung gelehrt. Die Autoren leisteten Pionierarbeit in der Erforschung der menschlichen Sexualität. Das Buch gehört zu den etwas späteren Veröffentlichungen der Autoren, der Durchbruch war beiden bereits 1966 mit dem Titel „Die sexuelle Reaktion“ gelungen.
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American Views on Anna Freud (Part I)

Author: Carmen Birkle


The Vienna School of Psychoanalysis with its creator and main proponent Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) triggered significant interest in the U.S. and became particularly prominent when Freud visited the U.S. in 1909. Psychoanalytically interested Americans started to flock to Vienna after World War I until the Nazis took charge of the metropolis in 1938. By then, Sigmund Freud had already left the city and the country along with his daughter Anna (1895-1982) and many of their (often Jewish) friends and patients.
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Sigmund Freud´s return to Vienna

Author: Sabrina Zehetner (TVP)


On June 4, a sculpture of Sigmund Freud created by Oscar Nemon was unveiled on the campus of the Medical University of Vienna. Prior to the unveiling, we talked to Sigmund Freud’s great-grandson Lord David Freud and Lady Aurelia Young, the sculptor’s daughter.


Interview with Lord David Freud:

What is your relationship with Vienna?

Lord David Freud: It´s a very complicated relationship because my father (Anton Walter Freud) and the rest of the family was thrown out of Vienna, and it was the fundamental cause of an underlying insecurity for him. It was very character-forming in a not very positive way. My father was very insecure wherever he lived. He never felt quite at home, that he belonged in the UK.
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SIGMUND FREUD and ANGELOS KATAKOUZENOS / SIGMUND FREUD-ΑΓΓΕΛΟΣ ΚΑΤΑΚΟΥΖΗΝΟΣ

Author: Helen Carabott (TVP)


Two famous psychiatrists, who loved art and whose homes were made into museums.

Angelos Katakouzenos (1904-1982) was a pioneer and representative of the psychiatric science, as well as one of the greatest Greek intellectuals of the 20th century, who admired and respected the work of Sigmund Freud, ...


ΔΥΟ ΔΙΑΣΗΜΟΙ ΨΥΧΙΑΤΡΟΙ ΠΟΥ ΑΓΑΠΟΥΣΑΝ ΤΗΝ ΤΕΧΝΗ ΚΑΙ ΤΑ ΣΠΙΤΙΑ ΤΟΥΣ ΕΓΙΝΑΝ ΜΟΥΣΕΙΑ

Άγγελος Κατακουζηνός (1904-1982): από τους πρωτοπόρους εκπροσώπους της ψυχιατρικής επιστήμης, αλλά και τους επιφανέστερους πνευματικούς ανθρώπους της ελληνικής διανόησης του 20ου αιώνα, που θαύμαζε και σεβόταν το έργο του πατέρα της ψυχανάλυσης Sigmund Freud, ...
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Riddle

We. 28/2018


Where can we learn more about the man without "distortion in dreams", who wrote the book and where does Sigmund Freud mention this?

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Transgenerational Trauma (Part I)



Author: Silvia Prosquill (TVP)
"Trauma is contagious“, states Judith Herman pointing towards the relationship between mental illness and how it is structurally passed on within different types of relationships.
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"Normopathy" as social aberration - Psychodynamics of the bandwagon syndrome



Author: Hans-Joachim Maaz
"Normopathy" refers to a social aberration whose collective pathology is no longer perceived or accepted because a majority of the population consistently thinks and acts in relation to the socially dominant values.
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„When it rains in Paris, it drizzles in Brussels”



Author: Sabrina Zehetner (TVP)
We put psychoanalysis in Belgium under the magnifying glass.

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The development of libido / Lo sviluppo della libido



Author: Gabriella Papadia
From the dissolution of the oedipal complex to the development of several attachment styles.
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The psychoanalysis of the Viennese Sigmund Freud and its significant value for modern man



Author: Helmut Luft
Sigmund Freud lived in Vienna from 1860 to 1938 where he gained insights that would change the world.
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"When people recount their dreams, they don´t talk about the hippocampus."



Author: Ariane Bazan / Sabrina Zehetner (TVP)
The golden age of Neuroscience has arrived while Psychoanalysis is still struggling with its bad reputation - Is Neuropsychoanalysis a threat or an ally in the fight for credibility? 

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Essay on Separation



Author: Kamiar-K. Rueckert
In 1958, the English pediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott wrote an insightful essay named „The capacity to be alone“, in which he puts this precise capacity as the most important sign of emotional development and thereby maturity.
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Retro Blechschild: What´s on a man´s mind




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