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Cassandra’s Daughter: A History of Psychoanalysis
Joseph Schwartz (au). Psychoanalysis is arguably the single most important intellectual development of the 20th century. It shares boundaries with literature, psychiatry, & academic psychology, yet it is the only discipline that strives to understand the inner world of human subjective experience. Terms that arose out of Freud’s seminal work on the theory of human unconscious motivation, such as neurotic, ego, libido, paranoid, & psyche, are now so commonplace that we use them in everyday conversation. This is the first complete history of psychoanalysis, from its origins in 19th-century medical science to the present day -- that is, from the couch to Prozac. Whether you are pro- or anti-Freud, you will find this a learned, revelatory, original -- & humane -- book.
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