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Title Freud and monotheism : Moses and the violent origins of religion / Gilad Sharvit and Karen S. Feldman, editors
Published New York : Fordham University Press, 2018


Description 1 online resource (249 pages)
Series Berkeley Forum in the Humanities Ser
Berkeley Forum in the Humanities Ser
Contents Cover -- Freud and Monotheism -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1. "Why [the Jews] Have Attracted This Undying Hatred" -- 2. Geistigkeit: A Problematic Concept -- 3. Heine and Freud: Deferred Action and the Concept of History -- 4. Freud's Moses: Murder, Exile, and the Question of Belonging -- 5. A Leap of Faith into Moses: Freud's Invitation to Evenly Suspended Attention -- 6. Freud, Sellin, and the Murder of Moses -- 7. Creating the Jews: Mosaic Discourse in Freud and Hosea -- 8. Is Psychic Phylogenesis Only a Phantasy? New Biological Developments in Trauma Inheritance -- 9. Moses and the Burning Bush: Leadership and Potentiality in the Bible -- List of Contributors -- Index
Summary Moses and Monotheism brings together fundamental new contributions to discourses on Freud and Moses, as well as new research on the intersections of theology, political theory, and history in Freud's psychoanalytic work
Analysis Anti-Semitism
Cultural Memory
Notes Print version record
SUBJECT Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939. Mann Moses und die monotheistische Religion.
Moses (Biblical leader)
Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939. Mann Moses und die monotheistische Religion
Moses (Biblical leader) fast
Mann Moses und die monotheistische Religion (Freud, Sigmund) fast
Subject Violence -- Religious aspects.
Violence -- Psychological aspects
PSYCHOLOGY -- Reference.
Violence -- Psychological aspects
Violence -- Religious aspects
Form Electronic book
Author Sharvit, Gilad.
Feldman, Karen S.
ISBN 9780823280056