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Annotated Bookshelf: Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious

Freud, Sigmund. Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious. Translated by James Strachey. London: Routledge, 1966.

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: The function of jokes “consists from the first in lifting internal inhibitions and in making sources of pleasure fertile which have been rendered inaccessible by those inhibitions; and we shall find that they remain loyal to this characteristic throughout their development” (130). 293 altre parole

Bookshelf

Freud, Dreams and Sleeping Moms

You’re probably wondering why I have a picture of a random woman sleeping at the top of this post and I promise at the end it should make sense! 342 altre parole

Dreaming

Salt.

Slithering through my skin

inch by inch

makes its way down

bursting opening the bubble

the premier cell on the surface

meander, wander

yonder, a crimson state… 60 altre parole

Dated Parenting Advice about Controlled Crapping

I’ve been wondering if I’m a terrible parent lately because my daughter isn’t housebroken yet. My folks keep hinting in subtle and not-so-subtle ways that it’s about time she uses the potty. 1.341 altre parole

The FREUDIAN FREUD SLIPS SICKY NOTES

Sigmund freud is a household name when it comes to psychological theories, and he enjoyed huge popularity in his day, a situation that was further empowered by the fact that psychoanalysis was considered exceedingly fasionable at the time. 225 altre parole

Dream #1, Night of Friday 28th August 2015

Recently, my dreams seem to be both ludicrous and nonsensical. I feel there could be many ulterior reasons as to why I have some of the dreams I do, you know, like within Freud’s analysis on dream interpretation, with the… 402 altre parole

Dreaming