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Freud, S. (1923). Josef Popper-Lynkeus and The Theory of Dreams. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XIX (1923-1925): The Ego and the Id and Other Works, 259-264.

Freud, S. (1923). [SES259a1]Josef Popper-Lynkeus and The Theory of Dreams. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XIX (1923-1925): The Ego and the Id and Other Works, 259-264

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[SES259a2]Editor's Note to "Josef Popper-Lynkeus and The Theory of Dreams"

[SES259a3](a) German Editions:

[SES259a4]1923 Josef Popper-Lynkeus Und Die Theorie Des Traumes Allgemeine Nährpflicht (Vienna), 6.

[SES259a5]1928 Josef Popper-Lynkeus Und Die Theorie Des Traumes G.S., 11, 295-7.

[SES259a6]1940 Josef Popper-Lynkeus Und Die Theorie Des Traumes G.W., 13, 357-9.

[SES259a7](b) English Translation:

[SES259a8]‘Josef Popper-Lynkeus and the Theory of Dreams

[SES259a9]The present translation, by James Strachey, is the first to appear in English.

[SES259a10]Josef Popper (1838-1921) was an engineer by profession, but was well known in Austria for his writings (under the pseudonym of ‘Lynkeus’), mainly on philosophical and sociological topics. An account of his schemes of social reform will be found in a book by Fritz Wittels, published in English under the title An End to Poverty (London, 1925). This also contains a short biography of Popper himself by the translators, Eden and Cedar Paul. The volume of short imaginative sketches, Phantasien eines Realisten, which is the subject of Freud's remarks, was highly popular and passed through many editions, the twenty-first having appeared in 1921. Freud's paper was no doubt written on the occasion of its author's death, for publication in a periodical which, as its title shows, called for the universal provision of subsistence and owed its inspiration to Popper.

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