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Burying Freud

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Psychoanalysis is about human experience and how to be as open as possible to understanding it intruding as little of the bias of the observer/participant as possible. These highly intellectualized and arcane arguments about Freud and the rudimentary stages of psychoanalysis are unscientific. They are far removed from the data (the analytic experience itself) and offer nothing that works better. Unless you can demonstrate the contrary in clinical work, it is humbug , academic fantasy, without validity in my opinion.

T. W. Camp
Sun, 12 May 1996 20:21:33 -0400

 


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Burying Freud

[ Burying Freud Homepage | Freud's Seduction Theory Homepage ]

Psychoanalysis is about human experience and how to be as open as possible to understanding it intruding as little of the bias of the observer/participant as possible. These highly intellectualized and arcane arguments about Freud and the rudimentary stages of psychoanalysis are unscientific. They are far removed from the data (the analytic experience itself) and offer nothing that works better. Unless you can demonstrate the contrary in clinical work, it is humbug , academic fantasy, without validity in my opinion.

T. W. Camp
Sun, 12 May 1996 20:21:33 -0400

 


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