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Papiasvili, E.D. (2015). Multiculturalism, multilingualism, and the birth of psychoanalysis, II: symbolic codes of Sigmund's early childhood in Příbor. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 24(1):32-37.

(2015). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 24(1):32-37

Multiculturalism, multilingualism, and the birth of psychoanalysis, II: symbolic codes of Sigmund's early childhood in Příbor

Eva D. Papiasvili

The paper, highlighting the aspect of Sigmund Freud's presymbolic and early symbolic development, traces how the “Ursprache” and “Ur Kultur” of Příbor pressed behind other symbolic codes throughout his life's work. Weaving together multiple meanings of the words of Freud's original writings, the paper explores how his early access to a variety of symbolic codes, initially facilitated by his Příbor nanny, who spoke and sang to him in Czech and exposed him to liturgical Latin, in addition to his family's Yiddish and German, contributed to Freud's founding of psychoanalytic theory and clinical practice.

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