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One of the Difficulties of Psycho-Analysis

  • Sigm. Freud

[The discussion on psycho-analysis at the Annual General Meeting at Buxton, July, 1920 (see pp. 104 to 123), revealed some confusion of views as to what “Freudismreally means. We have thought it would be helpful, therefore, to include in this number a statement from Prof. Freud himself on the genesis and meaning of the “Libido Theory.” We are able to do so by the kindness and courtesy of Dr. Ernest Jones, the Editor of the ‘International Journal of Psycho-Analysis,’ from which Journal (vol. i, pt. i, 1920) this article is reprinted.—Eds.]

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  • Sigm. Freud
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