Click Here to View Intro to Freud Part 1 on YouTube by Colin.
Archive for June, 2010
Read Bonnie E. Litowitz’s Letter To The Editor, here.
Click Here to Read: Analyze This: Mahler and Freud, Performances by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on November 5 and 6, 2010.
Marin Alsop, Conductor
Click Here to Read: A nation under post-traumatic stress, editorial by James Carroll in the Boston Globe on June 28, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Stuart Brent: 1912-2010 Longtime influential bookseller was self-appointed guardian of local literature By Ron Grossman, in the Chicago Tribune on June 27, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Psychoanalysis, Buddhism, and Jewish Theology by Claudia Menniger Gold on her Child in Mind website on June 23, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Psychoanalysis: Gazes on Photo and Video Art from Austria Opens: in Photo Reports by Maurizio Mucciola on the Graffik website on June 24, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Marilyn Monroe on the couch. To Dr Ralph Greenson, Marilyn Monroe was more than just a patient. Now, for the first time, his family recall their favourite ‘big sister’. By Christopher Turner on the Telegraph.UK website on June 23, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Mahler on the Couch — Film Review by Kirk Honeycutt on the Hollywood Reporter website on June 23, 2010
Click Here to Read: Promise Seen for Detection of Alzheimer’s By Gina Kolata in the New York Times on June 23, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Ron Artest grabs the spotlight. The Lakers’ colorful forward isn’t bashful about enjoying his first NBA championship
Click Here to Read: The Rabbiner in Wilhelm Stekel’s Autobiography by Benjamin Atlas on the Benatlas.com website on June 20. 2010.
Wilhelm Stekel with his students in 1924. From left to right, upper row: Dr. W. Schlesinser (Yugoslavia), Dr. W. Falk (Italy), Dr. E. Karpelis (Vienna). Dr. M. Puretz (Vienna), Dr. H. Wiedtfeld (Germany) , Dr. L. Sukman (Austria), Dr. E. A. Gutheil (Vienna, the translator of the autobiography), Dr. W. Scukman (Germany). Lower row: Dr. E. Kaplan (Lithuania), Mrs. Stekel, Dr. W. Stekel, Mrs. H. Stoltenhoff, Dr. H. Stoltenhoff: (Germany). (page 228 of the autobiography)
Click Here to Read: Dr. Wilhelm Stekel on the Psychoanalysis of a Rabbi (Rashab?) by Benjamin Atlas on the Benatlas.com website on June 25, 2010.
Click Here to Read: The Psychiatrist and The Lubavitcher Rebbe By Yosef Y. Jacobson on the Algemeiner.com website.
Click Here to Read: A review of Stephen Weissman’s Chaplin: A Life in Russian on the Onzu.ru website.
Click Here to Read: Do women need a sex pill? By Jennifer Terry on the CNN website on June 21, 2010.
Click Here to View: Video of Monty Python’s sketch of the Soccer Match between Greek and German Philosophers.
Click Here listen to: George Kenney’s Gulf Oil Spill Interview with Jeffrey Short, environmental chemist with Oceana on June 18, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Why Your Toddler Keeps Asking the Same Questions By Vivian Manning-Schaffel on the Parenting.com Website.
Click Here to Read: The People of the Book Teach History Online by Joshua Stanton on the Huffington Post website on June 18, 2010.
Click Here to Read: The YIVO Encylopedia of the Eastern European Jews on this website, including an article by Arnold Richards on Eastern European Analysts.
Click Here to Read: More on YIVO Enclyclopedia of Eastern European Jews on this website.
The question of what constitutes psychic reality has been of interest to philosophers and psychologists for as long as humans have thought about the mind. In Origins, Jon Mills presents a provocative challenge to contemporary theories of the difference between the mind and body in neuroscience. By re-examining our understanding of the unconscious, he explains the birth of the psyche and provides a detailed account of the ways in which subjectivity is formed.
In the first comprehensive work to articulate a psychoanalytic metaphysics based on process thought, the author uses dialectical logic to show how the nature and structure of mental life is constituted. Arguing that ego development is produced not only by consciousness but also evolves from unconscious genesis, he makes the controversial claim that an unconscious semiotics serves as the template for language and all meaning structures. A thought-provoking account of idealism, Origins confronts the limitations of materialism and empiricism while salvaging the roles of agency and freedom that have been neglected by the biological sciences.
Jon Mills is a philosopher, psychologist, psychoanalyst, and author of numerous books, including The Unconscious Abyss: Hegel’s Anticipation of Psychoanalysis
Click Here to Read: Table of Contents and Introduction to Jon Mill’s book Origins.