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Auction archive: Lot number 409

Psychology - Freud, Sigmund, Collection of Books

Estimate
£300 - £500
ca. US$355 - US$592
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Auction archive: Lot number 409

Psychology - Freud, Sigmund, Collection of Books

Estimate
£300 - £500
ca. US$355 - US$592
Price realised:
n. a.
Beschreibung:

Comprising of; The International Psycho-Analytical Library Edited By Ernst Jones, No. 15 The Future of An Illusion, Sigmund Freud, Second Impression, Hogarth Press, 52 Tavistock Square, London, 1934, in original dust jacket (with repairs); The International Psycho-Analytical Library, No.17, Civilisation and its Discontents, Sigmund Freud, Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1930; Moses and Monotheism, Sigmund Freud, published by the Hogarth Press and Institute of Psycho-Analysis 1939, with card from Sidney L Bernstein inscribed ‘if you read this you will know who you are, as ever Sidney’; On Aphasia, a Critical Study by Dr. Sigm. Freud Imago Publishing, 1953, ex-library copy heavily stamped, title page perforated, bords impressed with library stamp; The Freud/Jung Letters, William McGuire, 1974, original dust jacket; Sigmund Freud, His Life in Pictures and Words, Ernst Freud & Lucie Freud, 1978, original dust jacket (6)
The Future of An Illusion (1934): Originally written in 1927 as Die Zukunft einer Illusion, Freud explores the origins of religion, how it developed over time, and what the future holds for spiritual belief systems.
Civilisation and its Discontents (1930): This work of Freud’s explores the duality of the human psyche between a want for individuality while being part of a community. This was first published in German as Unbehagen in der Kultur.
Moses and Monotheism (1939): Titled in German as Der Mann Moses und die monotheistische Religion. This book was Freud’s last publication, which he reportedly wrote from his death-bed. In this book, Freud puts forward that Moses was, infact, a priest of Akhenaten who left Egypt when the Pharoah died. Following his self-imposed exile, Moses spread his monotheistic ideals. Baron Sidney Lewis Bernstein (1899-1993), who penned the inscription on this copy, was a successful television executive and founder of Granada Television. Baron Bernstein left school at the age of 15, choosing instead to develop the portfolio that he inherited from his father. Although born in Essex, Baron Bernstein felt adopted by the North of England and based Granada Television in Manchester.
On Aphasia (1953): Aphasia is a disorder that affects your ability to communicate with others, whether through speech, reading or writing. This particular book predates Freud’s development of psychoanalytical theory, and is considered his earliest work in psychology. The German version of the book was first published in 1891.
The Freud/Jung Letters (1974): This collection of 360 letters covers the time between 1906 until 1914. Jung started as a student of Freud’s, and they worked closely together until their split in 1914. These letters provide invaluable insight into the theoretical development of psychoanalysis.
Sigmund Freud, His Life in Pictures and Words (1978): This biography of Sigmund Freud was pieced together by his son, Ernst Freud, and Ernst’s wife Lucie. The book makes use of illustrations, manuscripts, and letters, in an effort to humanise the father of psychoanalysis.
Freud, Sigmund, (1856-1939) is most famous for founding psychoanalysis. Freud’s theories and therapeutic techniques led to much of the psychology we see today. Indeed, several branches of psychology are directly attributable to Freud’s work, including dream interpretation, talking therapies, and false memory creation, among others. Although the psychosexual emphasis of his work is discredited in the modern day, Freud identified many of the relationships between the different facets of the human psyche and the world around us.

Auction archive: Lot number 409
Auction:
Datum:
24 Nov 2022
Auction house:
Flints Auctions Ltd.
8 Rivermead
Pipers Way
Thatcham, RG19 4EP
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0)1635 873 634
Beschreibung:

Comprising of; The International Psycho-Analytical Library Edited By Ernst Jones, No. 15 The Future of An Illusion, Sigmund Freud, Second Impression, Hogarth Press, 52 Tavistock Square, London, 1934, in original dust jacket (with repairs); The International Psycho-Analytical Library, No.17, Civilisation and its Discontents, Sigmund Freud, Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1930; Moses and Monotheism, Sigmund Freud, published by the Hogarth Press and Institute of Psycho-Analysis 1939, with card from Sidney L Bernstein inscribed ‘if you read this you will know who you are, as ever Sidney’; On Aphasia, a Critical Study by Dr. Sigm. Freud Imago Publishing, 1953, ex-library copy heavily stamped, title page perforated, bords impressed with library stamp; The Freud/Jung Letters, William McGuire, 1974, original dust jacket; Sigmund Freud, His Life in Pictures and Words, Ernst Freud & Lucie Freud, 1978, original dust jacket (6)
The Future of An Illusion (1934): Originally written in 1927 as Die Zukunft einer Illusion, Freud explores the origins of religion, how it developed over time, and what the future holds for spiritual belief systems.
Civilisation and its Discontents (1930): This work of Freud’s explores the duality of the human psyche between a want for individuality while being part of a community. This was first published in German as Unbehagen in der Kultur.
Moses and Monotheism (1939): Titled in German as Der Mann Moses und die monotheistische Religion. This book was Freud’s last publication, which he reportedly wrote from his death-bed. In this book, Freud puts forward that Moses was, infact, a priest of Akhenaten who left Egypt when the Pharoah died. Following his self-imposed exile, Moses spread his monotheistic ideals. Baron Sidney Lewis Bernstein (1899-1993), who penned the inscription on this copy, was a successful television executive and founder of Granada Television. Baron Bernstein left school at the age of 15, choosing instead to develop the portfolio that he inherited from his father. Although born in Essex, Baron Bernstein felt adopted by the North of England and based Granada Television in Manchester.
On Aphasia (1953): Aphasia is a disorder that affects your ability to communicate with others, whether through speech, reading or writing. This particular book predates Freud’s development of psychoanalytical theory, and is considered his earliest work in psychology. The German version of the book was first published in 1891.
The Freud/Jung Letters (1974): This collection of 360 letters covers the time between 1906 until 1914. Jung started as a student of Freud’s, and they worked closely together until their split in 1914. These letters provide invaluable insight into the theoretical development of psychoanalysis.
Sigmund Freud, His Life in Pictures and Words (1978): This biography of Sigmund Freud was pieced together by his son, Ernst Freud, and Ernst’s wife Lucie. The book makes use of illustrations, manuscripts, and letters, in an effort to humanise the father of psychoanalysis.
Freud, Sigmund, (1856-1939) is most famous for founding psychoanalysis. Freud’s theories and therapeutic techniques led to much of the psychology we see today. Indeed, several branches of psychology are directly attributable to Freud’s work, including dream interpretation, talking therapies, and false memory creation, among others. Although the psychosexual emphasis of his work is discredited in the modern day, Freud identified many of the relationships between the different facets of the human psyche and the world around us.

Auction archive: Lot number 409
Auction:
Datum:
24 Nov 2022
Auction house:
Flints Auctions Ltd.
8 Rivermead
Pipers Way
Thatcham, RG19 4EP
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0)1635 873 634
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