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Freud, S. (1922). Dreams and Telepathy. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XVIII (1920-1922): Beyond the Pleasure Principle, Group Psychology and Other Works, 195-220.
Freud, S. (1922). [SER195a1]Dreams and Telepathy. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XVIII (1920-1922): Beyond the Pleasure Principle, Group Psychology and Other Works, 195-220
[SER195a1]Dreams and Telepathy
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[SER195a2]Editor's Note to "Dreams and Telepathy"
[SER195a3](a) German Editions:
[SER195a4]1922 Traum Und Telepathie Imago, 8 (1), 1-22.
[SER195a5]1925 Traum Und Telepathie G.S., 3, 278-304.
[SER195a6]1925 Traum Und Telepathie Traumlehre, 22-48.
[SER195a7]1931 Traum Und Telepathie Sexualtheorie und Traumlehre, 326-354.
[SER195a8]1940 Traum Und Telepathie G.W., 13, 165-91.
[SER195a9](b) English Translation:
[SER195a10]‘Dreams and Telepathy’ 1922 Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 3, 283-305. (Tr. C. J. M. Hubback.)
[SER195a11]1925 ‘Dreams and Telepathy’ C.P., 4, 408-35. (Tr. C. J. M. Hubback.)
[SER195a12]The present translation is a considerably modified version of that published in 1925.
[SER195a13]This was the first of Freud's writings on telepathy to be published, though it was written after the one above (p. 177). It cannot have been written much before the end of November 1921, since a date eight weeks after September 27 of that year actually occurs in the material under discussion (p. 211). Internal evidence shows that it was designed as a lecture, and in the original MS. (as well as in the editions of 1922 and 1925) the words ‘Lecture given before the Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society’ appear below the title. On the other hand, the published minutes of the Vienna Society give no evidence of the paper having ever been read before it. It seems likely that Freud's intention to read it was for some reason abandoned after the first number of Imago for 1922 was already in type.
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