Wilhelm Stekel was an Austrian physician and psychologist and one of Freud’s earliest followers. This title, originally published in 1921, was the author’s favourite of his own work. In the preface he says: ‘It was written in the beautiful years in which the first rays of analytic psychognosis penetrated the darkness of the human soul.’ Covering a variety of topics he takes a psychoanalytic look into The Depths of the Soul.
1. The Second World 2. Gratitude and Ingratitude 3. Unpacking One’s Heart 4. Laziness 5. Those Who Stand Outside 6. What Children Aspire To 7. Independence 8. Jealousy 9. Childhood Friendship 10. Eating 11. Are We All Megalomaniacs? 12. Running Away From Home 13. Dead-Heads 14. Identification 15. Refuge in Disease 16. Why We Travel 17. Moody Persons 18. Overvalued Ideas 19. Affectionate Parents 20. Why They Quarrel 21. Looking into the Future 22. Looking Backward 23. All-Souls 24. Mirror Slaves.
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