In this book, the author tracks the canonical instances of the generalized version of Sigmund Freud's example: a visit to the Acropolis when one cares about the visit, whether or not with the degree of interest and enthusiasm that Freud had.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. The Problem 2. A Synopsis of Freud's Account 3. Freud's Thought at Face Value 4. Freud's Thought as a Figurative Expression 5. Freud's Account Analyzed 6. A Different Neurosis 7. The Thought as Mundane 8. The Thought as Childlike: The Reencounter with the Known in a New Guise 9. The Reencounter with the Known in Reality 10. The Adult Voice 11. The Paradoxical Stance