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In part three of our new podcast series Jamie and Tom discuss the forth and fifth chapters of Civilisation and its Discontents, in which Freud discusses the origins of society, writes two extraordinary footnotes, and introduces a new factor into his exploration of the causes of discontent in civilisation. Producer: Karolina Heller…
 
To close our Uncanny series, we are bringing you a special bonus episode from our archive. In a live lecture originally delivered at the Freud Museum in January 2020, Dr Aaron Balick looks at deepfakes, artificial intelligence, and social media algorithms as he uncovers 'Why might some forms of technology give us the creeps'. Producer: Karolina Hel…
 
In this episode, Tom and Jamie will be looking at part 2 of Freud’s paper The Uncanny, in which Freud delves into the wonderful world of Hoffmann’s ‘The Sandman’ and discusses doubles, hauntings and inexplicable repetitions in his search for the core of the uncanny effect. Producer: Karolina HellerBởi Freud Museum London
 
In this episode, Jamie Ruers is in conversation with the Freud Museum's curator, Bryony Davies. They will discuss the forthcoming exhibition '1920/2020: Freud in Pandemic', which addresses the parallels between Freud's experience with the Spanish Flu and the COVID-19 pandemic today. Producer: Karolina Heller…
 
In the second part of our new podcast series we’ll be diving into the central part of the text, in which Freud discusses the ‘compulsion to repeat’. We’ll also be focussing on the concept of Speculation in Freud’s work, and trace a pathway to the appearance of the new Dual Instinct Theory. Producer: Karolina Heller…
 
In the first part of our new podcast series, we’ll be exploring the historical context of Freud’s ground-breaking work ‘Beyond the Pleasure Principle’, and discussing some of the prominent themes arising from the first 2 chapters, including Freud’s famous account of the ‘fort-da’ game. Producer: Karolina Heller…
 
The Freud Museum London is launching a brand new podcast called ‘Freud in Focus’ which will look in-depth at some of Freud’s key texts in a discussion format. The series will be presented by Tom DeRose and Jamie Ruers. In the first five episodes, we will look at one of Freud’s most influential and controversial texts, Beyond the Pleasure Principle …
 
In the wake of #MeToo, we have begun to talk more openly about the widespread harm inflicted by men on women. But little has been said about the fact that many of these men are also fathers. Join author Katherine Angel for a discussion on her latest book Daddy Issues with Josh Cohen. Bold, challenging and nuanced, Daddy Issues examines the place of…
 
In What is Sex?, Alenka Zupančič approaches the question of sexuality from a Lacanian perspective, considering it a properly philosophical problem for psychoanalysis. Drawing on Freud and Lacan, Zupančič argues that sexuality is at the point of a “short circuit” between ontology and epistemology. Sexuality and knowledge are structured around a fund…
 
This paper explores Freud and Dalí’s rather different ideas about censorship. Starting with their comically perplexing meeting, it will also look at the myth of the ‘crazy artist’ in the context of Freud’s ideas about the unconscious and narcissism.Bởi Freud Museum London
 
Lisa Appignanesi discusses her new book, Everyday Madness: on Grief, Anger, Loss and Love (September 2018) with Adam Phillips. ‘The small translucent bottle of shampoo outlived him. It was the kind you take home from hotels in distant places. For over a year it had sat on the shower shelf where he had left it. I looked at it every day.” After the d…
 
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