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Ticho, E.A. (1986). The Influence of the German-Language Culture on Freud's Thought. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 67:227-234.

(1986). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 67:227-234

The Influence of the German-Language Culture on Freud's Thought

Ernst A. Ticho


The main influences on Freud's thought of German language writers, philosophers, scientists have been surveyed.

Two inner conflicts in Freud's life have also been discussed: a dependency conflict and a conflict between Freud's wishes to be a creative writer and a scientist. An inner tension produced by these conflicting wishes remained, and Freud's ability to combine both gifts is reflected in the unique character of the theories and procedures he developed.

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