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The Death of Sigmund Freud: The Legacy of His Last Days

by Mark Edmundson

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Beschouwing van de laatste jaren van Sigmund Freud toen het nazisme in Duitsland en Oostenrijk opkwam, tot zijn vlucht naar Engeland en de V.S. Zijn houding tot het nazisme, en de inhoud van zijn laatste werken. Laat de actualiteit van Freud en zijn denken zien.
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In the late autumn of 1909, two men who would each transform the world were living in Vienna, Austria. They were in almost every way what the poet William Blake would have called "spiritual enemies."
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A dramatic narrative of Freud's last two years, when he fled Nazi-occupied Vienna for London. Mark Edmundson traces Hitler and Freud's oddly converging lives. He probes Freud's ideas about secular death, and also about the rise of fascism and fundamentalism at a time when religious fundamentalism is once again shaping world events.… (more)

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