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The Freud Reader Summary
Sigmund Freud

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The Freud Reader Summary

Plot Summary

This is an impressive assemblage and summary of Sigmund Freud's work in psychology. He is on the side of science during an era where science and theology were often in conflict so severe that they could not effectively function together. One of the great advances for twentieth and twenty-first century humanity is that these two are reconciled much more of the time without science having been reduced to a mockery of itself by religion.

Sigmund Freud is now recognized as being one of the most highly valued individuals in the development of psychology. During this era, psychology has been moving from being at the very earliest stages of development as a science into a field that has more to go on, more grounding, better research methods, more effective and extensive therapeutic techniques. Freud did something that at the time was viewed as drastic. At this point in history...

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