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Freud and Freudians on Religion: A Reader

edited by Donald Capps
Format
Book
Published
New Haven : Yale University Press, c2001.
Language
English
ISBN
0300081863 (cloth), 0300082010 (pbk.)
Contents
  • Part I Sigmund Freud 9
  • Chapter 1. Obsessive Actions and Religious Practices 17
  • Chapter 2. From Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of His Childhood 25
  • Chapter 3. Moses of Michelangelo 32
  • Chapter 4. A Seventeenth-Century Demonological Neurosis 40
  • Chapter 5. From The Future of an Illusion 51
  • Chapter 6. A Religious Experience 58
  • Chapter 7. From Civilization and Its Discontents 62
  • Chapter 8. From Moses and Monotheism 72
  • Part II David Bakan 85
  • Chapter 9. Freud's Paper on Demonological Possession 89
  • Chapter 10. From The Duality of Human Existence 94
  • Chapter 11. Sacrifice and the Book of Job 102
  • Part III Erik H. Erikson 121
  • Chapter 12. Reflections on Dr. Borg's Life Cycle 129
  • Chapter 13. From Young Man Luther 164
  • Chapter 14. Ritualization in Everyday Life 178
  • Chapter 15. Shared Visions 184
  • Chapter 16. Galilean Sayings and the Sense of "I" 193
  • Part IV D. W. Winnicott 205
  • Chapter 17. Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena 211
  • Chapter 18. Transitional Phenomena in Religion (by W. W. Meissner) 220
  • Chapter 19. Use of an Object and Relating Through Identifications 226
  • Chapter 20. Jesus and Object Use: A Winnicottian Account of the Resurrection Myth (by Brooke Hopkins) 230
  • Part V Heinz Kohut 241
  • Chapter 21. Disorders of the Self and Their Treatment (with Ernest S. Wolf) 249
  • Chapter 22. Forms and Transformations of Narcissism 264
  • Chapter 23. From The Restoration of the Self 273
  • Chapter 24. A Reexamination of Agoraphobia 283
  • Chapter 25. On Courage 290
  • Part VI Julia Kristeva 305
  • Chapter 26. Credo in Unum Deum 311
  • Chapter 27. Holbein's Dead Christ 316
  • Chapter 28. Might Not Universality Be ... Our Own Foreignness? 327
  • Chapter 29. Reading the Bible 335
  • Chapter 30. Wheel of Smiles 345
  • Original Sources and Permissions 348.
Description
vi, 357 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [348]-351) and index.
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