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The interpretation of dreams, by Sigmund Freud

This work of Freud's is the originator of concepts such as the Oedipus complex and the notion that our lives are governed by conscious decisions and unconscious pressures. It inaugurated the new practice of psychoanalysis, and impacted society and culture in the interpretation of literature and art. This new translation is the 1st to be based on the original text. In the introduction, Ritchie Robertson examines this work of Freud's as a scientific essay and an autobiographical and cultural document. Fuller than in any previous edition, the notes enable the reader to trace how Freud's ideas were stimulated by his wide reading and everyday professional and family life.

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  • "standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud"
  • "Die Traumdeutung. English"
  • "Interpretation of dreams"
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  • "Freud's classic study of dreams as subliminal expressions of unconscious thought and desires."
  • "Based on the original text, unmodified by Freud's later additions, presents a new translation of his psychoanalytic study of the function, sources, nature, and characteristics of dreams."
  • "This work of Freud's is the originator of concepts such as the Oedipus complex and the notion that our lives are governed by conscious decisions and unconscious pressures. It inaugurated the new practice of psychoanalysis, and impacted society and culture in the interpretation of literature and art. This new translation is the 1st to be based on the original text. In the introduction, Ritchie Robertson examines this work of Freud's as a scientific essay and an autobiographical and cultural document. Fuller than in any previous edition, the notes enable the reader to trace how Freud's ideas were stimulated by his wide reading and everyday professional and family life."@en
  • "This work of Freud's is the originator of concepts such as the Oedipus complex and the notion that our lives are governed by conscious decisions and unconscious pressures. It inaugurated the new practice of psychoanalysis, and impacted society and culture in the interpretation of literature and art. This new translation is the 1st to be based on the original text. In the introduction, Ritchie Robertson examines this work of Freud's as a scientific essay and an autobiographical and cultural document. Fuller than in any previous edition, the notes enable the reader to trace how Freud's ideas were stimulated by his wide reading and everyday professional and family life."
  • ""First published in 1899, this book has come to be known as Freud's masterwork. Within its pages are his introduction of the id, the ego, and the superego, as well as a groundbreaking theory of dream analysis involving this explanation of the unconscious."--P. [4] of cover."@en
  • "The text presented here is translated from the first edition of Die Traumdeutung, published in 1899. It is written in at least 3 main modes: theoretical, narrative, and analytic-exploratory. The main difference between the original and the 8th edition (which James Strachey translated into English) is the inclusion of a long section on symbolism as part of Chapter 6. /// One effect of making the 1st edition available in English should be to dispel misconceptions of Freud's original dream theory by showing that it is based on a flexible and sensitive interpretation of dream imagery. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)."
  • "The text presented here is translated from the first edition of Die Traumdeutung, published in 1899. It is written in at least 3 main modes: theoretical, narrative, and analytic-exploratory. The main difference between the original and the 8th edition (which James Strachey translated into English) is the inclusion of a long section on symbolism as part of Chapter 6. /// One effect of making the 1st edition available in English should be to dispel misconceptions of Freud's original dream theory by showing that it is based on a flexible and sensitive interpretation of dream imagery. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)."@en
  • "Widely considered to be his most important contribution to psychology, Freud said of this work, "Insight such as this falls to one's lot but once in a lifetime." The publication of this work inaugurated the theory of Freudian dream analysis."@en
  • "The Interpretation of Dreams is a book by Sigmund Freud. The first edition was first published in German in November 1899 as Die Traumdeutung (though post-dated as 1900 by the publisher). The publication inaugurated the theory of Freudian dream analysis, which activity Freud famously described as "the royal road to the understanding of unconscious mental processes".-- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia."@en
  • "Freud considers why we dream and what it means in the larger picture of our psychological lives. Delving into theories of manifest and latent dream content, the special language of dreams, dreams as wish fulfillments, the significance of childhood experiences, and much more, Freud, widely considered the "father of psychoanalysis," thoroughly and thoughtfully examines dream psychology. Encompassing dozens of case histories and detailed analyses of actual dreams, this landmark text presents Freud's legendary work as a tool for comprehending our sleeping experiences."
  • "Claiming he had discovered the "royal road to the unconscious," Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams at the turn of the twentieth century, and thus laid the foundation for his innovative technique of psychoanalysis. Largely ignored at first, the book would eventually be considered his most important work, one that revolutionized the way human beings view themselves. Spurred on by the death of his father, Freud began analyzing his own dreams, in the process recreating lost childhood memories and uncovering the roots of his own neuroses. He concluded that dreams were filled with latent meaning, their bizarre imagery and peculiar narratives concealing deep-seated, instinctual motives and desires. By revealing how the seemingly trivial nonsense of dreams reflect important personal issues in the dreamer's present and past life, Freud created a key that unlocked the vital secrets of the unconscious mind.--From publisher description."
  • "Claiming he had discovered the "royal road to the unconscious," Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams at the turn of the twentieth century, and thus laid the foundation for his innovative technique of psychoanalysis. Largely ignored at first, the book would eventually be considered his most important work, one that revolutionized the way human beings view themselves. Spurred on by the death of his father, Freud began analyzing his own dreams, in the process recreating lost childhood memories and uncovering the roots of his own neuroses. He concluded that dreams were filled with latent meaning, their bizarre imagery and peculiar narratives concealing deep-seated, instinctual motives and desires. By revealing how the seemingly trivial nonsense of dreams reflect important personal issues in the dreamer's present and past life, Freud created a key that unlocked the vital secrets of the unconscious mind.--From publisher description."@en
  • "A translation of Sigmund Freud's "The Interpretation of Dreams" that is based on the original text published in November 1899."@en
  • "A translation of Sigmund Freud's "The Interpretation of Dreams" that is based on the original text published in November 1899."
  • "Whether we love or hate Sigmund Freud, we all have to admit that he revolutionized the way we think about ourselves. Much of this revolution can be traced to The Interpretation of Dreams, the turn-of-the-century tour de force that outlined his theory of unconscious forces in the context of dream analysis. Introducing the id, the superego, and their problem child, the ego, Freud advanced scientific understanding of the mind immeasurably by exposing motivations normally invisible to our consciousness."@en
  • "Studies dreams as subliminal expressions of unconscious thoughts and desires, and discusses their function, sources, nature, and characteristics."@en
  • "Freud's additions, deletions, and alterations are included in this translation of his psychoanalytic study of the function, sources, nature, and characteristics of dreams."@en
  • "Dreams."@en
  • "Freud's additions, deletions, and alterations are included in this translation of his psychoanalytic study of the function, sources, nature, and characteristics of dreams."
  • ""Claiming he had discovered the "royal road to the unconscious," Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams at the turn of the twentieth century, and thus laid the foundation for his innovative technique of psychoanalysis. Largely ignored at first, the book would eventually be considered his most important work, one that revolutionized the way human beings view themselves. Spurred on by the death of his father, Freud began analyzing his own dreams, in the process recreating lost childhood memories and uncovering the roots of his own neuroses. He concluded that dreams were filled with latent meaning, their bizarre imagery and peculiar narratives concealing deep-seated, instinctual motives and desires. By revealing how the seemingly trivial nonsense of dreams reflect important personal issues in the dreamer's present and past life, Freud created a key that unlocked the vital secrets of the unconscious mind." --[From publisher description]."
  • "Whether we love or hate Sigmund Freud, we all have to admit that he revolutionized the way we think about ourselves. Much of this revolution can be traced to The Interpretation of Dreams, the turn-of-the-century tour de force that outlined his theory of unconscious forces in the context of dream analysis. Introducing the id, the superego, and their problem child, the ego, Freud advanced scientific understanding of the mind immeasurably by exposing motivations normally invisible to our consciousness. While there's no question that his own biases and neuroses influenced his observations, the det."

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