The somewhat famous "Three Essays," which Dr. Brill is here bringing to the attention of an English-reading public, occupy-brief as they are-an important position among the achievements of their author, a great investigator and pioneer in an important line. It is not claimed that the facts here gathered are altogether new. The subject of the sexual instinct and its aberrations has long been before...
Series: Nervous and Mental Disease Monograph (Book 7)
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Publisher: NuVision Publications, LLC; 2nd ed. edition (August 10, 2007)
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It is not uncommon for scientists to dismiss Freud’s psychoanalysis as a pseudoscience. This is justified in many respects. His insistence that the joy of an infant suckling its mother’s breasts is sexual satisfaction, rather than merely nutritiona...
ific world and the names of many effective toilers in this vast field are known to every student. When one passes beyond the strict domains of science and considers what is reported of the sexual life in folkways and art-lore and the history of primitive culture and in romance, the sources of information are immense. Freud has made considerable additions to this stock of knowledge, but he has done also something of far greater consequence than this. He has worked out, with incredible penetration, the part which this instinct plays in every phase of human life and in the development of human character, and has been able to establish on a firm footing the remarkable thesis that psychoneurotic illnesses never occur with a perfectly normal sexual life. Other sorts of emotions contribute to the result, but some aberration of the sexual life is always present, as the cause of especially insistent emotions and repressions.