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Erinnerung von Wirklichkeiten? Welche psychoanalytischen Gedächtniskonzepte sind heute noch gültig?

17.03.2018 09:30 - 17:00

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Veranstalter: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Veranstaltungsort: Hochschule für Philosophie
Kaulbachstr. 31
80539 München
Deutschland
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Erinnerung von Wirklichkeiten?
Welche psychoanalytischen Gedächtniskonzepte sind heute noch gültig?

Samstag, 17. März 2018

Freud & the Ancient World

17.03.2018 10:00

öffentlich
Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
Hampstead
NW3 5SX London
Vereinigte Königreich
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Intensive Day Course

Everyone has heard of the Oedipus complex. Freud´s ideas have left a profound impression on the modern cultural imagination. But where did Freud´s Oedipus come from? And how did he come up with the phallic mother? How did Freud invent a new way of reading literature and art? And what intellectual history made Freud´s psychoanalysis of religion and civilisation possible?

Just as Freud exhorted us to search out the origins of our desires and identities - to become a modern Oedipus - so this series of public lectures excavates the origins of Freud´s ideas. We will learn that there would have been no psychoanalysis without Freud´s obsession with the ancient world.

First session: examines the importance of ancient ideas about desire and pleasure for Freud´s understanding of gender and sexuality.
Second session: will consider the significance of ancient texts for Freud´s discussions of literature and art.
Third session: will look at how Freud´s discussions of Judaism, Christianity and modern civilisation emerged out of his interest in ancient religion. When Freud formulated the contours of the modern individual in modern society, he could not help but look back to antiquity to understand who we are.

Dr Daniel Orrells is Reader in Ancient Literature and Its Reception at King´s College London, where he is Head of the Department of Classics. His research examines the presence of classical antiquity in modern cultural, literary and intellectual history. His most recent book ´Sex: Antiquity and its Legacy´ offers a fresh, new narrative about the importance of the ancient world for the development of sexology and psychoanalysis

Dr Daniel Orrells´ book ´Sex: Antiquity and it Legacy´ is available from the Museum shop.
9.30am - open
10am - first session
12pm - lunch break
12.45pm - second session
2.45pm - tea break
3pm - third session
5pm - finish

Tea and coffee will be provided during both breaks. Please note: there is no cafe on site, however, you are welcome to bring your own lunch, which can be consumed in the classroom, or the Museum garden if the weather is fine.

Freud & the Ancient World

17.03.2018 10:00

öffentlich
Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
Vereinigte Königreich
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ENGLISCH

Freud & the Ancient World
Intensive Day Course
Everyone has heard of the Oedipus complex. Freud´s ideas have left a profound impression on the modern cultural imagination. But where did Freud´s Oedipus come from? And how did he come up with the phallic mother? How did Freud invent a new way of reading literature and art? And what intellectual history made Freud´s psychoanalysis of religion and civilisation possible?

Just as Freud exhorted us to search out the origins of our desires and identities - to become a modern Oedipus - so this series of public lectures excavates the origins of Freud´s ideas. We will learn that there would have been no psychoanalysis without Freud´s obsession with the ancient world.



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