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Encyclopedia > Sigmund Freud Archives

The Sigmund Freud Archives mainly consists of a trove of documents housed at the US Library of Congress and in a former residence of Freud. They were at the center of a rather complicated scandal which is described in Janet Malcolm's book, Inside the Freud Archives.


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Sigmund Freud Archives (228 words)
Sigmund Freud's (1856-1939) discoveries concerning the unconscious mind have had a major influence on Western thought and have permeated contemporary culture.
It is dedicated to collecting, conserving, collating and making available for scholarly use all of Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic and personal papers, his correspondence, photos, records, memorabilia, etc. These documents are protected and preserved at the United States Library of Congress, in the Freud Collection, established with the collaboration and donation of Sigmund Freud Archives.
The Sigmund Freud Archives has a policy of de-restriction, except for ethical and legal constraints and most of the collection is now accessible.
Sigmund Freud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3674 words)
Freud was a smoker of Churchill-style cigars for most of his life; even after having his jaw removed due to malignancy, he continued to smoke until his death on September 23, 1939 of cancer of the mouth at the age of 83.
Freud's view of the idea of God as being a version of the father image and his thesis that religious belief is at bottom infantile and neurotic do not depend upon the accounts of prehistory and Biblical history with which Freud dressed up his version of the origin and nature of religion.
Freud's lessening influence in psychiatry is thus largely due to the repudiation of his theories and the adoption of many of the basic scientific principles of Freud's principal opponent in the field of psychiatry, Emil Kraepelin.
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