Lecture 1 - Freud

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Scott Rayter

Sept 11 – Lecture 1 Sexuality: biological, reproductive, pleasure, power, identity, religion, emotion, childhood, art, fantasy Freud’s Corpus - Developmental (reconciliations & contradictions) - The Interpretation of Dreams (1899) - Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality (1905) - Dora: An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria ([1901] 1905) - Totem and Taboo (1913) - Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis ([1915] 1916) *reading both of them - Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920) - The Ego and the Id (1923) - Sexuality is developmental (as opposed to the biological theories of the sexologists) you’re born a certain way - Sexuality is not constant: it begins shortly after birth and changes with time - Libido instead of sex/sexuality is a drive/force through which the instinct manifests itself; it undergoes change, takes different objects, and is not fixed in intensity or position, & involves satisfaction and its fulfillment (Ex: hungry, everybody has to eat but nobody eats the same thing or the same portion) 3 Phases of Psychosexual Development 1. Oral (0-2yrs): - Based on the mouth & lips - First & most important phase, mother’s breast, children keep sucking - Autoeroticism: pleasure for its own sake - Mouth as an erogenous/erotogenic zone - Pleasure for its own sake 2. Anal (2-4yrs): - Learning about new ways of relating to the world & to one’s own body - Control over bodily functions (& reactions to them) - Pleasure & pain; discipline, control, loss, humiliation, shame, & secrecy (Ex: toilet training = pleasure and disgust) - Being independent and able to create - Public/private - Triggered through toilet training 3. Genital/Phallic (4-5yrs): - About the penis - Awareness of the genitals - Gender differentiation - Sexual
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