Post ILS Freud Seminars
A close reading of some of Freud's papers: Moving Beyond the Introductory Lectures
A series of five seminars with Neil Morgan
Mondays, 26th February, 4th March, 11th March, 18th March, 25th March.
8:00pm - 9:30pm (GMT)
Online via Zoom.
This series will not be recorded.
Neil Morgan is a Member of the British Psychoanalytical Society. He originally trained in Medicine, and then in Psychiatry. He has taught extensively - at the Tavistock Clinic, at UCL, as well as teaching a course on Freud to candidates at the Institute of Psychoanalysis.
This five-seminar course will involve close reading, and commentary on five key papers by Freud. The course is designed specifically to provide more complex awareness of concepts initially introduced in the ILS.
It focuses on some papers by Freud that open up, individually, large new areas of psychoanalytical thought. A mix of clinical and theoretical papers have been included.
It will build a bridge to deeper engagement with Freud's thought and facilitate further development.
26th February: Freud S (1911) Psycho-Analytical Notes on an Autobiographical Account of a Case of Paranoia (Dementia Paranoides) SE 12, 9-82.
4th March: Freud S (1914) On Narcissism: an introduction SE 14, 67-102.
11th March: Freud S (1917) Mourning and Melancholia SE 14, 237-260.
18th March: Freud S (1918) From the History of an Infantile Neurosis SE 17, 7-122.
25th March: Freud S (1920) Beyond the Pleasure Principle SE 18, 1-64.
Reading material will be provided for each of these sessions
Please note: these sessions can only be purchased as a series and there is a limit of 25 participants.
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