The Interpretation Of Dreams




The Interpretation Of Dreams

Number of page: 598
Author: Sigmund Freud
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
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Category: Psychology

Originally published in 1913. The contents Include: The Scientific Literature of Dream Problems – The Method of Dream Interpretation – Analysis of a Specimen Dream – The Dream as Wish Fulfilment – Distortion in Dreams – The Material and Sources of Dreams – The Dream Work – The Psychology of Dream Processes – etc. Many of the earliest books on psychology and psychoanalysis, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Home Farm Books are republishing many of these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Reviews:

  • Maria VassalouMaria Vassalou
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams -Priori knowledge within us – human brain working as a filter between objective and subjective speculation -outer and inner stimuli
  • Judith KerrJudith Kerr
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams This was really biographical, as Freud analyzed his own dreams. He had a great mind, but his theories kept psychiatry immoveable for more than fifty years.
  • Ishaq FahimIshaq Fahim
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams surprisingly coherent and interesting ideas coming from a deranged cokehead. lol a lot of bs, but an important read in terms of the history of psychoanalysis. I feel better for having read it since most of what I’d known about Freud came from (largely biased) secondhand sources.
  • Ecem PolatEcem Polat
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams You will be amazed when you read the examples and interpretations of some dreams. Because some of them you probably had and you know it’s the reason why you saw that dream.
  • YunitaYunita
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams way better than reading primbon~ wkwkwkwk
  • Gautama SiddarthaGautama Siddartha
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams Sigmund freud did way to much cocaine and Is a what he is i would love to tell him to his face. a fraud.
  • Dattatray TawaleDattatray Tawale
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams A true classic must read for beginners
  • GhynwaGhynwa
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams Freud: the interpritation of dreams Another top freudian piece of literature that’s basically the foundation of Freud’s later works. It’s an example of how a theoretical-content book should be, the same way as it was the road that paved the way for the success of psychology
  • A Google UserA Google User
    Review: The Interpretation of Dreams This was really biographical, as Freud analyzed his own dreams. He had a great mind, but his theories kept psychiatry immoveable for more than fifty years.