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Leonardo da Vinci lapsepõlvemälestus #2020

Leonardo da Vinci lapsep lvem lestus Leonardo da Vinci lapsep lvem lestuse asend Freudi loomingus ja kogu ps hhoanal sis on k llalt keerukas Sellele vaatamata on raamat t nap eval loetav ka suuremate eelteadmisteta L puks ei puuduta see

  • Title: Leonardo da Vinci lapsepõlvemälestus
  • Author: Sigmund Freud Tiiu Relve Hasso Krull
  • ISBN: 9985868412
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • Leonardo da Vinci lapsepõlvemälestus By Sigmund Freud Tiiu Relve Hasso Krull, Leonardo da Vinci lapsep lvem lestuse asend Freudi loomingus ja kogu ps hhoanal sis on k llalt keerukas Sellele vaatamata on raamat t nap eval loetav ka suuremate eelteadmisteta L puks ei puuduta see ainu ksi Freudi tegevust Leonardo homoseksuaalsuse k simus on hel v i teisel viisil m jutanud k iki tema eluloo k sitlusi XX sajandil, ulatudes kunstiajaloolistest vaat Leonardo da Vinci lapsep lvem lestuse asend Freudi loomingus ja kogu ps hhoanal sis on k llalt keerukas Sellele vaatamata on raamat t nap eval loetav ka suuremate eelteadmisteta L puks ei puuduta see ainu ksi Freudi tegevust Leonardo homoseksuaalsuse k simus on hel v i teisel viisil m jutanud k iki tema eluloo k sitlusi XX sajandil, ulatudes kunstiajaloolistest vaatlustest teleseriaalideni, ja selles m ttes m rgib Freudi essee kahtlemata ht p rdepunkti.Hasso Krull

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    1. One of the interesting things about reading Freud in this century is finding he s already addressed most criticisms against him explicitly, with gracefully worded apology and rebuttal.You think he s building castles in the air He knows his arguments are founded on scant evidence and he offers eloquent justifications for that You think he s a primitive homophobe who doesn t know being gay is biological Sorry, he s heard that argument and addressed it with sensitivity and compassion.I give Freud [...]

    2. To paraphrase Robin William s character from Good Will Hunting Freud did enough cocaine to kill a small horse.

    3. To blacken the radiant and drag the sublime into the dust This is the second time I m reading a similar thing The other book was by Crichton where a lawyer talks about society s desire to defile an old family Well It might be there,but not all men are motivated that way And I don t see such an inclination here The writing style is average or slightly below average It can be read and understood,but not enjoyed and that has got nothing to do with the content The language seems dry and too direct A [...]

    4. 1 This is one of the few instances in Freud s ouevre where he turns his analytical gaze to creativity2 Of course he famously concludes that the creative drive in many instances is a sublimated narcissistic homosexual sex drive3 Freud close reads Leonardo s dream on vultures4 and blows it to bits with his egyptian mythology hieroglyphics5 Some of the best footnotes in all of FreudFreud as art critic on an anatomical drawing of coitus Leonardo makes The woman s breast has two defects One is artist [...]

    5. Well, this was a really good read Very well analysed from a psychological point of view, and Freud did a good job But in my opinion, he made the deductions of Leonardo s sexual fantasies and his sexual orientation from only one or two incidents that is in his notebooks His speculations might be true only from a psycho analyst s point of view, and on the whole might mean something ordinary, or maybe not that much weird Freud has his experience and has researched the history, and his theories are [...]

    6. Freud s an idiot This biography of da Vinci just further proves why Freud s theories have been largely disregarded in recent years, well, except for in the arena of literary criticism Who knows why that is.

    7. Zero stars Absolute dreck Sloppily researched and sloppily put together Freud created a theory out of thin air and bent the evidence to his whim Assigned by my prof as an example of how NOT to write art history.

    8. Picked this up while looking for a copy of Freud s Jokes It is his only extended attempt at a psychoanalytic biography Some of it seems dubious, particularly given that he misinterpreted vulture for kite, but it is nonetheless an example of relentless psychoanalytic examination of a life Embedded within his analysis of Leonardo, however, are some early formulations of a number of his later theories on sexuality Also, there is an interesting passage on the origins of atheism in the absence of an [...]

    9. This is my first time reading a work by Freud and it is definitely an enjoyable enlightening read for anybody interested in psychology and not just any psychology, It is that pertaining to art and most distinguished paintings of all time Freud did a great job of analyzing his observations, while the language remained sublime yet plain.I certainly do value and appreciate his psycho analytic approach on Da Vinci s life and his interpretation of Da Vinci s paintings.Learned a lot of valuables

    10. If you are aware of Freud, and I mean properly aware of his processes, this book follows his line of works and reasoning perfectly Freud follows his clear analysis based on what he concedes is very little information, yet having acknowledged this, he is still very clear in his analysis of psychosexual development stages of Leonardo Worth the read, but bear in mind the advances in psychological frameworks.

    11. This is one of my favorite Freud reads yet not because it s factually and historically accurate it s most likely not , but because it s full of so many interesting ideas about chastity, abstinence, and repression There are so many gems in this book just waiting to be plucked out and polished Stunning.

    12. this is my first time reading a work by freud and i absolutely adored it freud did a great job of analyzing his observations, while the language remained plain and simple i must admit that his deductions didn t quite convince me but i certainly do value and appreciate his psychoanalytic approach on da vinci s life and his interpretation of da vinci s paintings.

    13. This was one of the strangest books I ever read and I m not a big fan of Freud thoughts but somehow I found it interesting and captivating, although the whole story with the baby and the crow were simply something disturbing and sickly.

    14. I am not interested in Leonardo s sexual life I liked Freud s analysis of Leonardo s painting of St Anne and the importance he gives to human freedom.

    15. Interesting read Freud has some very unusual arguments for Da Vinci s alleged homosexuality and how that came about.

    16. Freud is an entertaining writer, so I have to give him that despite the central image of the vulture being based on a mis translation

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