By: Freud, Sigmund, Strachey, James
W. W. Norton & Company: August 1989
Seller ID: 419683
Binding: Paper Back
In the manner of the eighteenth-century philosophe, Freud argued that religion and science were mortal enemies. Early in the century, he began to think about religion psychoanalytically and to discuss it in his writings. ?The Future of an Illusion ?(1927), Freud's best known and most emphatic psychoanalytic exploration of religion, is the culmination of a lifelong pattern of thinking. View More...