Sigmund Freud was born into a Jewish family, but from an early age he wanted not only an atheist but also his Jewish ancestor to be separated from his psychoanalytic science. If he were a scientist, he believed that man could not enter traffic. However, at the age of 81, two years before his death, he published the r Moses and Mystery ü that Moses had been trying to psychoanalise and named him as tribal pioneer familias. Freud reminded Moses of the old Testament death that he was actually dead at the age of only 120, while he was actually looking at the top of a mountain and the “promised land” of Israel. Freud, however, said Moses' followers killed him in an angry riot. and it is inherited by the Jews for thousands of years, and continues to convert them to religion to make spiritual consolation and a kind of historical redemption.
Ar If Freud was always out of the religion, he would publish yayın Moses and the One in which he returned to his Jewish roots ve at the end of his life, zaman says Philippe Comar, a multimedia French artist and ayd scientific consultant “. Freud exhibition at the Jewish Museum of Art and History in Paris.
It is not true, however, that Freud always remains outside religion. She's already been involved in psychoanalysis with Judaism. In an earlier book called ti Civilization and Discontent karşı, Freud claimed that religion preached against the violence against people, creating the ultimate conflict; this was in no way opposed to the natural human impulse of trying power and gender. Freud argued that circumcision is the inin deepest unconscious root Fre of Jewish tradition, thanks to the castration anxiety, as a medical case study in a Freudian note entitled “Analysis of Fobinin in a Five-Year-Old Man. Fre -Semitizm. Iyor All this adds to the man who tries to avoid the spiritual aspects of the religion in which he grew up, in fact he implements the tenants and their historical consequences on a relative basis.
Until February 10, 2019, perspektif Sigmund Freud: Looking at Listening & once tried to gain an insight into the Jewish perspective of Freud as well as the 20th anniversary of Jewish Art and History. Freud has two hundred drawings, books and scientific tools. Gustave Courbet, Gustav Klimt, Rene Magritte and Mark Rothko. This exhibition, organized by Gerard Regnier, an art historian and academician francaise member with the nickname leri Jean Clair n, has also been illustrated by Egon Schiele and Klimt from the Leopold Museum in Vienna as well as drawings of the famous ıyla The Origin “. is located. From the world ”Courbet from the Orsay Museum in Seine.
Unsurprising for a Paris exhibition, Salpetriere, in which he collaborated with Jean-Martin Charcot, a physician and professor of Freud's conception of & hysteria, bir in a Paris setting of 29 years old. It opens in the hospital. psychoanalysis Freud only worked for Charcot for four months – he was a short scholar – but the exhibition continues to focus on Charcot's research on hypnosis and hysteria during his attempt to underline Freud's cultural omission. . It is true, however, that he found a particularly enthusiastic audience in the Paris halls where the Western European literary community generally embraced emerging psychoanalytic theories more than the scientific community of the time.
But this exhibition is more concerned with the fact that Freud is Jewish than proving his French adherents. His father's family was Hasidic Jews and, as he acknowledged in his tan Autobiographical Study, kim his secret Jewish identity was inspired both by a conflict as a scientist and by a certain form of morality that sexual desire had at all times. a kind of law or belief system. This perhaps helps explain most of the psychosexual theories that underline üel Looking at Listening aya above all.
Indeed, a deep psychoanalysis of Freud's relationship with Judaism is not fully tested here, but the surface is scratched. And it looks like it's going deep. Even Freud himself seemed surprised to the extent that he was influenced by his continued to be a Jew. David Feuchtwang, a post-doctor of 1931 who was a doctor, admitted to influencing his religious identity as he got older. As a 75-year-old writer, Freud wrote:, I am a fanatical Jew in a very secret place somewhere in my soul. “I am amazed to discover myself in this way, despite efforts to be impartial and impartial. What can I do against my age? "
Görülebilir Sigmund Freud: From Looking to List Yahudi, February 10, 2019, can be seen at the Museum of Jewish Art and History in Paris. More information: www.mahj.org/en