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These lectures were delivered by Freud during World War I. Never before, in the course of 30 years of lecturing at the University of Vienna, had he deliberately set down, with a view to publication, the full range of his theories and observations. This series, therefore, represents a stock-taking of psychoanalysis as it stood after the secession of Adler and Jung.
Paperback, 512 pages
Published by مكتبة الأنجلو المصرية (first published 1917)
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Nathan "N.R." Gaddis
“What it’s like to be a fucking human being” is a phrase we know to be DFW’s characterization of the kind of fiction he was intent on creating. The sentiment has a long tradition of compelling the creation of great books, back through Barth and Pynchon, Joyce and Proust, Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, Shakespeare and Rabelais, Homer and Socrates. Add to the series the name “Freud,” who along with Marx and Nietzsche, these three masters of suspicion, turned our attention to an element of being human fro...more
Scribble Orca
Nov 21, 2012 Scribble Orca rated it 1 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone looking for an excuse to continue Freud's fraud
Recommended to Scribble by: fortunately no-one
Male chauvinist. Nothing closet about him at all. The wonder is that he is still given any credence. If ever there was advice to be applied to the "teacher", it would be this:

Physician, heal thyself.
LonelyRose
كتاب صغير عباره عن ثلاث محاضرات, كان المفروض يكون إسمه "الهفوات و التحليل النفسي" أو حاجه زي كده

معضمه مقدمات وكلام بديهي (في وقتها كانت محاولات فرويد لإقناع علماء النفس) بأهمية دارسة الهفوات وزلات اللسان ضمن التحليل النفسي...يمكن آخر محاضره هي اللي فيها المفيد
Chris
Let me preface my review of Freud's introductory lectures by appending an excerpt from my review of The Communist Manifesto:

Having recently read the introductory lectures of Sigmund Freud preceding my reading of The Communist Manifesto, I realize that Marx has most probably suffered the same fate as Freud in the modern age: they are both dismissed as radical idealists who expired in the infancy of their sociological/psychological breakthroughs. This faulty appraisal is reinforced by most people'...more
Voldemort
After my long agonizing exodus of reading this book (3 volumes translated in my place), I wished one thing: strangling Freud’s dead body and killing him once again.
But then, I thought.
What if my throttling him, it’s subconsciously related to one simple sexual act, the fulfilling action of a hand job? My fingers wrapped around his neck causing satisfying pressure.
This means I wanna kill somebody’s dick.
And that is wrong, very wrong.
Thus, I thought again.
Maybe me suffocating him in reality, i...more
Voynovus
На много странни коментари се натъкнах тук ("male chauvinist", "an offence", etc.) за тоя сборник лекции и самия Фройд.
Всъщност изданието е доста добро (малко грешки ми хванаха окото, сбъркан предлог, напр., ей такива дребнавости, така че "Колибри" си затвърждават хубавото мнение, което имам).
Това точно издание е от две части - лекциите от 1915-16 (мисля) година и след това ревизията на някои от тях 15 г. по-късно (където има важни неща - структурния модел Свръхаз, Аз, То, напр.)
Текстът на Фрой...more
Kevin Meehan
He put a lot of work into this. The copious amounts of effort that I put into bullshitting a term paper, perhaps.
Billie Pritchett
Few people have had such an influence on 20th century thinking and beyond as Sigmund Freud has had. People routinely speak of others as being narcissistic, anal or anal-retentive, or are quick to point out a 'Freudian slip.' Freud's Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis outlines his conception of psychoanalysis, which he takes to be built around a couple of major theses: (1) most of our thoughts are not conscious and (2) our sexual desires are a primary cause for mental diseases and personalit...more
Megan
I read this book for an undergraduate Psychology of Personality course. I will say at the outset that I believe firmly that there is value in this book even for those who consider Freudian theory to be a load of crap.

Freud is, like it or not, the father of the discipline of psychology, and I think a good grounding in the history of psychology helps students to understand the progression toward where the discipline is now. I also believe that despite what some anti-Freud professors have said poi...more
John Wiswell
Aug 18, 2007 John Wiswell rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Psychology readers, science readers, people who have only heard of Freud but never read him
Psychoanalysis is a brilliant approach to the way we think and the potential meaning in dreams. In this book, its inventor introduces us to it and brings us through its nuances, trying to explain his notions of the forces at work in our minds (like the id, the base force, and the superego, the rational one that weighs the needs of others), and the processes that we can undergo (such as transference, which redirects our feelings for someone to someone else without us consciously trying to). He in...more
Erik Graff
Mar 20, 2011 Erik Graff rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Freud fans
Recommended to Erik by: no one
Shelves: psychology
One is not advised to just jump into Freud, as I did, taking little account of the order of his publications. He revised his theories too often.

I was fortunate to read this series of lectures early on, although I would have been even more fortunate to have read his earlier work on hysteria first. Here Freud's theory is presented simply in lectures intended for a lay audience and here Freud's theory itself is still relatively simple compared to developments post-Beyond the Pleasure Principle.

I re...more
Arun Ramamurthy
Reading now.
As a first impression, this is reminescent of unabridged classics, written more to engage the time and attention of readers, than out of necessity to do justice for rightful elaboration demanded by the subject.

I have completed reading the book. This is definitely a must read for those interested in psycology. Although I am not a psycologist by profession, or a have had psycology as a subject in my study curriculum, I had doubt if none of the ideas expressed in this work has been dis
...more
Menia
I'm reading it for university exams and it has caught my attention. Now i want to learn more about psychoanalysis
Sarah
لا بد لكل طالب علم نفس من قراءته بغض النظر ان اتفق او اختلف مع فرويد ،،
I-kai
fun, fun, fun. Freud constantly reminds me of (1) Plato's city-soul analogy, because Freud also likes sociological metaphors for the psyche, and they're just as vivid and memorable as Plato's; and (2) Heraclitus's "the logos of the soul increases itself," as Freud's explanation of neurosis almost reads like a confirmation of that aphorism - newer and more subtle distinctions come in to describe the self-proliferating resilience strategies and dynamic conflicts of the human mental life, the uncon...more
Turkish
Его занимательный пансексуализм интересен только с позиции истории и културы: тот, кто популяризировал такие слова как "эго", "бессознательное", "Сверх Я" ; тот, кто принес народу мысль философов, что даже в человеке не все подконтрольно человеку, если не сказать, почти ничего не подконтрольно человеку. К сожалению, все это трактуется крайне однобоко. Да и сам подход экстраполирования знаний, основанных на изучении оговорок на всю деятельность человека, немного странный.
Если анализировать дедуш...more
Doriane
I have always been interested in Freud. So happy got this book. I actually like his theories. Even if it's old stuff already, but psychoanalysis is still the same in nowadays. It's a book that reveals all secrets of psychiatrists. After reading this book- forget all psychiatrists. It won't be possible to do any psychoanalysis on you, because you know everything from this book and can "fake" everything. One psychologist told me this: if you read such books, you can show yourselves to doctors the...more
Oula
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Томи Цолов


В текста няма почти нищо за терапия, както подсказва заглавието.

Връзката между трите статии (защото това не е монография) е ясна, ако гледаме само първата и последната. Тази по средата, скоро ще я издадат като един от случаите на Фройд, от същото издателство, поредицата "5те случая".

Превода е досле зле, защото ми се струва, че преводача съвсем своеволно си е сложил изречение по средата на текста, което проверих в английския текст и не го намерих. Преводача е решил, че е удачно (което заявява с...more
Penelope Mascardi
La prima serie di lezioni tratta di tutte le forme di lapsus (orale, di lettura, scritto), degli atti mancati (lapsus d'azione), degli elementi onirici nei sogni, di come interpretarli tramite il lavoro onirico (condensazione, spostamento, la presenza dell'inconscio ed inconscio infantile presente nel sogno).

Nella seconda parte si parla delle pulsioni dell'Io e delle pulsioni sessuali. Si parte dal complesso edipico, di fobie, angoscia nevrotica e reale, nevrosi come l'isteria, il nervosismo, le...more
Diocletian
I had a goal when I started this book. Whenever I mentioned Freud to anyone, including those who had never read him, I seemed to get a pretty common response: "Oh, you mean the sex-obsessed psychologist?" My goal was to read this book, and then to explain that his "sex-obsession" did not exist, was blown out of proportion, etc. However, having finished this book, all I can say is that his critics were right. He was sex-obsessed. However, even though he traces way top many psychological problems...more
Petko Zhelyazov
Фройд е жертва на епохата си. И не го казвам за да го оправдая, а по-скоро за да внеса едно важно уточнение, което би помогнало на бъдещите му читатели да го пощадят. За мен беше изненадващо колко неубедителен е Фройд, колко спекулативен и ненаучен е методът му, колко пожелателни са предпоставките му. Книгата си струва да бъде прочетена, но към нея трябва да се подходи внимателно. Фройд е неубедителен само тогава, когато читателят е добре въоръжен с информация, познава поне повърхностно основите...more
Matt
I'm sort of guessing that this is the same book I read; mine was volume 16 of the collected writings, but I certainly haven't read the other 29 volumes or whatever it is, so it felt silly to claim that on goodreads. Hell, I haven't even read all three of the lectures collected here (which is to say, three lecture series-- my book had something like twenty five chapters, each of which is itself a lecture). But after reading Psychopathology of Everyday Life, which I felt was really good at outlini...more
James
In 1916, some twenty years after coining the word psychoanalysis, Freud began a series of lectures entitled Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis. In it he describes his theories and techniques directed towards discovering and finding solutions to the mental problems observed in patients.
During the course of the twenty-eight extremely accessible essays, we discover that he came by the idea that there could be unconscious desires from the practice of hypnosis, in which wish suggestions are roo...more
عبد الرحمن محمد
طيب هو الكتاب منقسم ل اربع اجزاء
مدخل الى التحليل النفسى
نظرية الاحلام
النظرية العامة للامراض العصبية
محاضرات تمهدية جديدة فى التحليل النفسى
خلصت الجزء الاول ورغم ان سيجموند فرويد بدا ببعض الحاجات البديهة الا ان البداية والتكلم عن الهفوات وتفسيرها النفسى وانعكاسها بالنسبة لافعال الشخص كانت بدية رائعة للكتاب وجذب انتباهى فعلا لحد دلوقتى وعندى الرغبة انى اكلمه اتمنى بس الاقى بقية الكتاب على النت .
Sabin Serban
Having only heard and read references and short descriptions of psychoanalysis before reading this book I can honestly say that it was a great read, with a lot of value for a project Gutenberg free eBook. His ideas about the mechanism of dreams, unlike the ones about their origin, although a bit too"personified", can be translated in today's neuroscientific vocabulary quite effectively.
The four stars reflect my opinion (formed after reading the book) that his thoughts about sexuality, although m...more
Killthepopular
Yet another difficult, convoluted and disappointing Freud book. I'm repeatedly drawn into reading freud books because of one or two really interesting ideas that i catch here and there, but for about 60% of any freud book, i have no idea what he's talking about.

This series of lectures, addressed to the layman, is slightly more comprehensible than some of his more famous books but still dabbles heavily in specialist language and in-depth analyses of highly academic ideas. Freud also seems to spe...more
Aaron
This is probably the best introduction Freud and to "classic" psychoanalysis I've found yet. Freud does himself justice speaking in his own words. These lectures were given rather early in his career, when he still had to make the case for psychoanalysis as even a topic worthy of discussion, to say nothing of its validity. Freud is very careful to make his points, using several clinical cases as evidence and cautiously defining and clarifying his terms so his audience will follow him.

This is no...more
Siraj Alarabi
يتحدث هذا الكتاب (وهو في الحقيقة بمثابة فصل واحد من الكتاب الأصلي الذي جمع كل المحاضرات التي ألقاها فرويد بين عامي 1915و 1917 ومن ثمّ المحاضرات التكميلية التي كتبها فرويد عام 1932) يتحدث عن التفسير النفسي لظاهرة الهفوات بمختلف أشكالها (زلات اللسان, الزلات الكتابية, نسيان الاسماء...وغيرها) ويركز في معظمه في تفسير الزلات اللسانية كون تفسيرها يمكن تطبيقه بشكل عام على باقي أنواع الزلات..
برأيي هو مفيد ولكنه غير كافي...بالإضافة إلى أن الترجمة إلى العربية ركيكة في العديد من المواضع.
Phillip
Although this is more comprehensive than Freud's other works I've read, it also seems somewhat more scattered. Of course, in his direct adresses to the audience/class Freud reveals more about himself than about psychoanalysis, but that's true of all his works to some degree. There are some lectures where he doesn't even really address himself to the topic, but focuses on the audience's expectations for that topic, which isn't particularly helpful since my expectations are different than what Fre...more
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