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The Skimmer

The Mind's Eye By Oliver Sacks Knopf; 263 pages It's not exactly a knock on Dr. Oliver Sacks to say his writing recalls that of Sigmund Freud, who wrote with...

Wish Fulfillment? No. But Dreams Do Have Meaning

Dreams may not be the secret window into the frustrated desires of the unconscious that Sigmund Freud first posited in 1899, but growing evidence suggests that...

The Tracks of Her Tears

It's been about 100 years since Sigmund Freud first asked in exasperation, "What do women want?" This week voters in New Hampshire answered that query...

Viewpoint: The Tracks of Her Tears

It's been about 100 years since Sigmund Freud first asked in exasperation, "What do women want?" This week voters in New Hampshire answered that query...

Talk Therapy: Can Freud Get His Job Back?

How many Freudians does it take to change a light bulb? Two. One to change the bulb, and one to hold the penis...I mean ladder! Although Sigmund Freud isn't...

SIGMUND FREUD: Psychoanalyst

There are no neutrals in the Freud wars. Admiration, even downright adulation, on one side; skepticism, even downright disdain, on the other. This is not...

Books: Pilgrim

For this psych-fi chiller, Timothy Findley's choice of psychiatrist is not the over-familiar Sigmund Freud but his rival Carl Jung, herald of the theory of...

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