The First Dictionary of Psychoanalysis: A Gift for Sigmund by Richard Sterba

By Richard Sterba

This can be a new translation of the vintage 1932 Dictionary via Dr Richard Sterba, for which Freud wrote a Preface praising the "precision and correctness" of Sterba's paintings and calling it a "fine achievement." The dictionary isn't just an immense resource of data approximately psychoanalysis in Vienna within the Nineteen Thirties yet is additionally an perception into its writer, as movingly attested through the 'Epilogue' to this variation written by means of his daughter Katherine J. Michels, son-in-law Robert Michels, and grand-daughter Verena Sterba Michels. This re-creation additionally features a transcript of an interview with Dr Streba through Dr William Langford, Chairman of the dep. of kid Psychiatry on the Columbia university of Physicians and Surgeons.

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The 58 only exception to this is in cases where a particular motif or a whole dream repeats itself because it has never been properly understood, and because it is necessary for the conscious mind to reorient itself by recognizing the compensation which the motif or dream expresses. In the above dream it is certainly a case either of ordinary unconsciousness, or of repression. One can therefore interpret it sexually and leave it at that, without going into all the niceties of the symbolism. The words with which the dream ends—“In hoc signo vinces”—point to a deeper meaning, but this level could only be reached if the dreamer became conscious enough to admit the existence of an erotic conflict.

Drawing from Dieterich, Mutter Erde, p. 108. 16. The twirling-stick From an Aztec hieroglyph-painting. Drawing courtesy of the Ciba Archives, Basel. 17. The first three labours of Heracles Classical sarcophagus relief. Drawing by Gori in Inscriptiones antiquae graecae et romanae, 1783; from Robert, Die antiken Sarkophag-Reliefs, III, Part 1, Pl. XXXIX, fig. 128 (detail). 18. Priest with a fish-mask, representing Oannes Relief, Nimrud. Drawing from Jeremias, Das Alte Testament im Lichte des alten Orients, fig.

Apart from the fact that such a method would be a practical impossibility, the book is far more concerned with working out the fantasy material of an unknown young American woman, pseudonymously known as Frank Miller. This material was originally published by my respected and fatherly friend, the late Théodore Flournoy, in the Archives de psychologie (Geneva). I had the great satisfaction of hearing from his own lips that I had hit off the young woman’s mentality very well. Valuable confirmation of this reached me in 1918, through an American colleague who was treating Miss Miller for the schizophrenic disturbance which had broken out after her sojourn in Europe.

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