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Strachey, J. (1966). The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume I (1886-1899): Pre-Psycho-Analytic Publications and Unpublished Drafts. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume I ( 1886-1899): Pre-Psycho-Analytic Publications and Unpublished Drafts, 1-411. The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume I (1886-1899): Pre-Psycho-Analytic Publications and Unpublished Drafts

Strachey, J. (1966). The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume I ( 1886-1899): Pre-Psycho-Analytic Publications and Unpublished Drafts, 1-411. The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London.

[SEA0a1]The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume I (1886-1899): Pre-Psycho-Analytic Publications and Unpublished Drafts Next

Edited by:
Translated from the German under the General Editorship of James Strachey

In Collaboration with:
Anna Freud

Assisted by:
Alix Strachey, Alan Tyson

Editorial Assistant Angela Richards

Sigmund Freud in 1885 (Aet. 29)


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[SEA0a2]To the Thoughts and Words of
SIGMUND FREUD
this their Blurred Reflection
Is Dedicated by its Contriver

James Strachey

[SEA0a3]Contents

VOLUME ONE
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GENERAL PREFACE xiii
   
REPORT ON MY STUDIES IN PARIS AND BERLIN (1956 [1886])
Editor's Note 3
Report on my Studies in Paris and Berlin 5
   
PREFACE TO THE TRANSLATION OF CHARCOT'S LECTURES ON THE DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM (1886)
Editor's Note 19
Preface to the Translation of Charcot's Lectures on the Diseases of the Nervous System 21
   
OBSERVATION OF A SEVERE CASE OF HEMI-ANAESTHESIA IN A HYSTERICAL MALE (1886) 23
   
TWO SHORT REVIEWS (1887)
Review of Averbeck's Die akute Neurasthenie 35
Review of Weir Mitchell's Die Behandlung gewisser Formen son Neurasthenie und Hysterie 36
   
HYSTERIA (1888)
Editor's Note 39
Hysteria 41
Appendix: Hystero-Epilepsy 58
   
PAPERS ON HYPNOTISM AND SUGGESTION
(1888-1892)
Editor's Introduction 63
   
PREFACE TO THE TRANSLATION OF BERNHEIM'S SUGGESTION (1888 [1888-9])
Editor's Note 73


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Preface to the Translation of Bernheim's Suggestion 75
Appendix: Preface to the Second German Edition 86
   
REVIEW OF AUGUST FOREL'S HYPNOTISM (1889) 89
HYPNOSIS (1891) 103
A CASE OF SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT BY HYPNOTISM (1892-93) 115
   
PREFACE AND FOOTNOTES TO CHARCOT'S TUESDAY LECTURES (1892-94)
Editor's Note 131
Preface to Charcot's Tuesday Lectures 133
Extracts from Freud's Footnotes to his Translation of Charcot's Tuesday Lectures 137
   
SKETCHES FOR THE ‘PRELIMINARY COMMUNICATION’ OF 1893 (1940-41 [1892])
(A) Letter to Josef Breuer 147
(B) ‘III’ 149
(C) On the Theory of Hysterical Attacks 151
   
SOME POINTS FOR A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ORGANIC AND HYSTERICAL MOTOR PARALYSES (1893 [1888-1893])
Editor's Note 157
Some Points for a Comparative Study of Organic and Hysterical Motor Paralyses 160
 
EXTRACTS FROM THE FLIESS PAPERS
(1950 [1892-1899])
Editor's Note 175
Draft A. (Undated. ? End of 1892) 177
Draft B. The Aetiology of the Neuroses (February 8, 1893) 179
Letter 14. (October 6, 1893) 184
Draft D. On the Aetiology and Theory of the Major Neuroses (Undated. ? May 1894) 186
Letter 18. (May 21, 1894) 188
Draft E. How Anxiety Originates (Undated. ? June, 1894) 189
Draft F. Collection III. (August 18 and 20, 1894) 195


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Letter 21. (August 29, 1894) 199
Draft G. Melancholia. (Undated. ? January 7, 1895) 200
Draft H. Paranoia (January 24, 1895) 206
Letter 22 (March 4, 1895) 213
Draft I. Migraine: Established Points. (Undated. ? March, 1895) 213
Draft J. Frau P. J. (aged 27). (Undated. ? Early 1895) 215
Note 219
Draft K. The Neuroses of Defence (A Christmas Fairy Tale) (January 1, 1896) 220
Letter 46. (May 30, 1896) 229
Letter 50. (November 2, 1896) 233
Letter 52. (December 6, 1896) 233
Letter 55. (January 11, 1897) 240
Letter 56. (January 17, 1897) 242
Letter 57. (January 24, 1897) 242
Letter 59. (April 6, 1897) 244
Letter 60. (April 28, 1897) 245
Letter 61. (May 2, 1897) 247
Draft L. Notes I (May 2, 1897) 248
Draft M. Notes II (May 25, 1897) 250
Letter 64. (May 31, 1897) 253
Draft N. Notes III (May 31, 1897) 254
Letter 66. (July 7, 1897) 257
Letter 67. (August 14, 1897) 259
Letter 69. (September 21, 1897) 259
Letter 70. (October 3 and 4, 1897) 261
Letter 71. (October 15, 1897) 263
Letter 72. (October 27, 1897) 266
Letter 73. (October 31, 1897) 267
Letter 75. (November 14, 1897) 268
Letter 79. (December 22, 1897) 272
Letter 84. (March 10, 1898) 274
Letter 97. (September 27, 1898) 275
Letter 101. (January 3 and 4, 1899) 276
Letter 102. (January 16, 1899) 277
Letter 105. (February 19, 1899) 278
Letter 125. (December 9, 1899) 279
 
PROJECT FOR A SCIENTIFIC PSYCHOLOGY
(1950 [1895])
Editor's Introduction 283
Key to Abbreviations in the Project 294


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[PART I]
GENERAL SCHEME
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Introduction 295
[1] First Principal Theorem: the Quantitative Conception 295
[2] Second Principal Theorem: the Neurone Theory 297
[3] The Contact-Barriers 298
[4] The Biological Standpoint 302
[5] The Problem of Quantity 305
[6] Pain 306
[7] The Problem of Quality 307
[8] Consciousness 311
[9] The Functioning of the Apparatus 312
[10] The ψ Paths of Conduction 315
[11] The Experience of Satisfaction 317
[12] The Experience of Pain 320
[13] Affects and Wishful States 321
[14] Introduction of the ‘Ego’ 322
[15] Primary and Secondary Process in ψ 324
[16] Cognition and Reproductive Thought 327
[17] Remembering and Judging 330
[18] Thought and Reality 332
[19] Primary Processes-Sleep and Dreams 335
[20] The Analysis of Dreams 338
[21] Dream Consciousness
341
Appendix A: Freud's Use of the Concept of Regression 344
 
PART II
PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
[1] Psychopathology of Hysteria: Hysterical Compulsion 347
[2] The Genesis of Hysterical Compulsion 350
[3] Pathological Defence 351
[4] The Hysterical Proton Pseudos 352

[SEA0a4][5] Determinants of the πρω̃τον φευ̃δος ὑστ[εριϰόν]

356
[6] Disturbance of Thought by Affect 357
 
[PART III]
ATTEMPT TO REPRESENT NORMAL ψ PROCESSES
Appendix B: Extract from Freud's Letter 39 to Fliess of January 1, 1896 388
Appendix C: The Nature of Q 392


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BIBLIOGRAPHY AND AUTHOR INDEX
399
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
411
GENERAL INDEX
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ILLUSTRATIONS
Sigmund Freud in 1885 (aet. 29) frontispiece
Sigmund Freud and Wilhelm Fliess in the early Nineties 174
The first page (written in pencil) of Freud's manuscript of the Project
By permission of Sigmund Freud Copyrights
283

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[SEA0a7]We are most grateful to Dr. Sabina Strich, Senior Lecturer in Neuropathology, University of London, for reading the proofs of the present volume and providing invaluable help in translating the neurological material.

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Strachey, J. (1966). [SEA0a1]The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume I (1886-1899): Pre-Psycho-Analytic Publications and Unpublished Drafts. 1-411. The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London.

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