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Freud, S. (1895). A Reply to Criticisms of My Paper on Anxiety Neurosis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume III (1893-1899): Early Psycho-Analytic Publications, 119-139.

Freud, S. (1895). [SEC119a1]A Reply to Criticisms of My Paper on Anxiety Neurosis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume III (1893-1899): Early Psycho-Analytic Publications, 119-139

A Reply to Criticisms of My Paper on Anxiety Neurosis (1895)

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[SEC119a2]Editor's Note to "A Reply to Criticisms of My Paper on Anxiety Neurosis"

[SEC119a3]Zur Kritik Der ‘Angstneurose’

[SEC119a4](a) German Editions:

[SEC119a5]1895 Wien. klin. Rdsch., 9 (27), 417-19, (28), 435-7, and (29), 451-2. (July 7, 14 and 21.)

[SEC119a6]1906 S.K.S.N., 1, 94-111. (1911, 2nd ed.; 1920, 3rd ed.; 1922, 4th ed.)

[SEC119a7]1925 G.S., 1, 343-62.

[SEC119a8]1952 G.W., 1, 357-76.

[SEC119a9](b) English Translation:

[SEC119a10]‘A Reply to Criticisms on the Anxiety-Neurosis

[SEC119a11]1924 C.P., 1, 107-27. (Tr. J. Rickman.)

[SEC119a12]Included (No. XXXIII) in Freud's own collection of abstracts of his early works (1897b). The present translation, with a changed title, is based on that of 1924.

[SEC119a13]Freud's first paper on the anxiety neurosis having appeared in January, 1895, a criticism of it by Löwenfeld was published in the March issue of the Neurologisches Zentralblatt. The present paper is Freud's rejoinder. Leopold Löwenfeld (1847-1923) was a well-known psychiatrist practising in Munich. He was an acquaintance of Freud's and continued to be on friendly terms with him. He included chapters by Freud in two of his own books, he attended the first two Psycho-Analytical Congresses, in 1908 and 1910, and even read a paper (on hypnotism) at the latter. In spite of this, however, he never fully accepted Freud's ideas.

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