Psychoanalysis And It's Legacy On Arrse

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BBC - BBC Radio 4 Programmes - In Our Time, Psychoanalysis and its Legacy




Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the relevance of psychoanalysis at the end of the 20th century. It’s 100 years since Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, a term which he coined, published The Interpretation of Dreams. Sixty years after his death, Freud’s influence and the influence of that book, has been felt in the 20th century in everything from the arts, history and anthropology, to of course psychology and even science. Dreams have inspired political speeches, songs, and seduction, captivating and fascinating mankind since time immemorial. For Sigmund Freud, they were the key to unlocking the working of the unconscious. But at the end of the 20th century, has psychoanalysis become too fractured and too insistent on privileging the past over the present to go forward into the future? Has it failed to develop and adapt to an age increasingly dominated by science?
With Dr Juliet Mitchell, psychoanalyst, Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, Department of Political and Social Sciences; Adam Phillips, psychoanalyst and author of The Beast in the Nursery.
Do you want to shag your Mum and kill your Dad? Do you secretly dream of homo-erotic fantasies? If Psychoanalysis was performed on venerable members of Arrse what would it tell us? What does your unconscious tell you? What do you dream about? Is it all bollocks?

Lay back on the chair, you are now in your happy place... Discuss.

DC
 
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BBC - BBC Radio 4 Programmes - In Our Time, Psychoanalysis and its Legacy






Do you want to shag your Mum and kill your Dad? Do you secretly dream of homo-erotic fantasies? If Psychoanalysis was performed on venerable members of Arrse what would it tell us? What does your unconscious tell you? What do you dream about? Is it all bollocks?

Lay back on the chair, you are now in your happy place... Discuss.

DC
I'd rather kill you and your parents.

BossOfThisThread, Ferrerorocherpara and contactwaitout can wait for another day. I've got plenty of time.
 
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Mark The Convict

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*strokes goatee, makes note* Ach so! Frau Slug, vot do you see here, seiner Mutti?
 
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*strokes goat, makes note* Ach so! Frau Slug, vot do you see here, seiner Mutti?
That goat thing must have a very disturbing deep seated reason, would you like to share with the group?
 
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I detect an interesting correlation between the ergonomics of the couch and a massive honking clunge. Do you have any suppressed sexual desires?
Have you got a fucking big hammer to take to your head?
 

Fang_Farrier

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Have you got a fucking big hammer to take to your head?
Not always very good at this reading minds craps but am I sensing a little bit of hostility here?
 

Fang_Farrier

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What does the hammer represent for you, is it a phallic symbol? Have you ever used one for sleazoid sexual stimulation?
Nope, I just want to hit you with a big hammer repeatedly across your temples, then put you through a woodchipper and feed you to pigs.

Am I not being clear enough here? Am I missing something out?
 
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It appears you've been using your eye sockets to act out a gay fantasy. Can you think where this urge first stemmed from? Were you an Air Cadet as a child?
 

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