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How relevant is the Freudian concept of Libido in contemporary psyhcoanalytical thought? Kennedy examines Freuds later concept of Eros as developing out of the earlier concept of libido, as well as looking at some of the links between Eros as Freud understood it, and as was put forward in an ancient thought.
Paperback, 80 pages
Published October 16th 1997 by Icon Books
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Lisa Kucharski
Feb 01, 2012 Lisa Kucharski rated it it was ok
While psychology is never a simple subject, the writer here seemed to veer away from making the subject of libido clear. He touched upon a smattering of areas but never approached a decent summary of the topic and why it isn't used so much in psychology nowadays.
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