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I was a third year uni student. "Angst against the past" was the title of a Poli Sci seminar I sat through. Couple of classic theoretical monographs were on the syllabus, and I was hooked for life. < wipes tears > I couldn't tell you what else was on the syllabus, but I'm certain none of it reviewed behavioral psyche. For that, there's b-school.
by Cat on Sat Aug 19th, 2023 at 08:27:23 PM EST
Sigmund Freud college syllabus  "Angst against the past"

Freud London Museum: Angst.

'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Sun Aug 20th, 2023 at 06:22:21 AM EST
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I've read quite a bit more Freud, Jung, and Piaget theoretical and clinical primary sources since General Psychological Theory, an anthology. So much so, I've be able to form strong opinions about initial divergence of European and US American mental health "standards of care" and normative behaviors as well as marketable (in)securities and social utility—notwithstanding the violent alienation of those cultures from rest of "humanity".

Parents are first teachers. amirite.

by Cat on Sun Aug 20th, 2023 at 06:29:37 PM EST
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