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Peut-on écrire sur Freud sans être ni analyste ni analysé ? Non, s'il s'agit d'un essai sur l. a. psychanalyse comme pratique vivante ; oui, s'il s'agit d'un essai sur l'œuvre de Freud comme rfile écrit, auquel los angeles mort de son auteur a mis un aspect ultimate : une interprétation d'ensemble de notre tradition, qui a changé l. a. compréhension que les hommes ont d'eux-mêmes et de leur vie.Or, cette interprétation, précisément, est tombée dans le domaine public, tombée jusqu'au bavardage. Il appartient dès lors au philosophe de l. a. justifier, c'est-à-dire d'en déterminer le sens, l. a. légitimité et les limites.Comme le montre Paul Ricœur, seule une méditation sur le langage peut fournir une constitution d'accueil à l'exégèse freudienne de nos rêves, de nos mythes et de nos symboles. Et cette exégèse, en s'articulant elle-même à une réflexion «archéologique» sur le sujet, fait en retour éclater los angeles philosophie du sujet, dans ses expressions naïves et prématurées.Le présent ouvrage ne se borne donc pas aux débats d'un philosophe avec Freud ; il libère l'horizon d'une recherche : l. a. lecture de Freud devient l'instrument d'une ascèse du «je», délogé des illusions de l. a. sense of right and wrong immédiate.

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Firstly, it reveals that, to Freud, a poet does indeed represent an authority, but it would also seem to suggest that this authority is not absolute. Freud goes on partly to vindicate the Goethe quotation by pointing out the interchangeability of religion, art, and science, all of which can function as ‘auxiliary constructions’. However, Goethe’s epigram says far more than this. The poet clearly uses the word ‘religion’ twice in order to signify two different things. The first usage refers to a pantheistic awe before the beauty of creation, the second to a blind cleaving to doctrine and tradition.

As a student walking through the great court of Vienna University, he fantasized about having his bust installed here inscribed with a passage from Oedipus. When, in , his Viennese pupils, unaware of this fantasy, presented him with a medallion inscribed with the very same Greek quotation, Freud paled at the uncanny wish-fulfilment. It seems, however, that this coincidence was determined less by fate than by Freud’s unconscious determination to emulate Oedipus’ defeat of the Theban sphinx. Long before he knew that his own great riddle would be the aetiology of neurosis, he seems to have known his answer would involve Oedipus.

XXI,  With extreme economy he borrows much of the force of Heine’s crusade for sensual emancipation from religious morality. He does not even need to mention the poet’s name; the word fellow-unbeliever (Unglaubensgenossen) bears the unmistakeable stamp of Heine’s irreverent wit. When criticizing a less formidable ‘enemy’, abstract philosophy, Freud regularly alludes to the section in Heine’s ‘Die Heimkehr’ about the German professor who finds the world too fragmentary and therefore: Mit seinen Nachtmützen und Schlafrockfetzen Stopft er die Lücken des Weltenbaus.

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