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Freud and Femininity

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University of Toronto St. George
Andre Gombay

April 6, 2011 Freud on Femininity Last Class Essays that have been handed in before today are being returned... Please answer three questions. All of which are equal value. 1. Please explain Freuds notion of moral anxiety. 2. The whole theory of psychoanalysis is built up on the perception of the resistance offered to us by the patient when we attempt to make his unconscious conscious to him. (New Intro Lectures #31): please explain. 3. It can scarcely be owing to change that three of the masterpieces of the literature of all time the Oedipus Rex of Sophocles, Shakespeares Hamlet and Dostoevskys The Brothers Karamazov should deal with the same subject, parricide. Please comment. 4. Do you agree with Freud that the substitute satisfaction of wishes can play a large part in peoples lives? (ex. Dreams) 5. In what sense can we say that the unconscious is part of our mind? Open two books. Both books can be brought to class. TA for essays. Brian Embry. Office hours Monday at 9 and Tuesday at 9. Location TBA Blackboard. Office Hours from 1-5 with Prof Gombay on Tuesday. Pre 1920 Post 1920 Intro Lectures New Intro Lectures On Narcissism Beyond the Pleasure Principle (doctrine of the death-wish). Notion of aggression towards oneself and towards others. Mourning and Melancholia Id and Ego Superego Guilt (Civilization and its Discontents) Texts about women Texts about women is late Freud. They begin after the 1920s.
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