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a person who follows the basic theories or practices of Sigmund Freud

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What this analysis confirms is that the openness toward experience present among humanistic critics is sorely lacking among those writing from the perspectives of Marxism, feminism, deconstructivism, Freudianism, and cultural criticism.
The more specific reading is organized by topics, which refracts Freudianism in particular ways and thus illuminates Freud's implicit philosophical positions and then extends those views to engage the more general philosophical discourse.
Whatever view one takes on Freudianism it played a major role in how psychoanalysts and psychiatrists understood the Nazis, how we saw the world once victory had been achieved and how the Nazi phenomenon was interpreted in the 1970s.
His criticism includes Faulkner's Requiem for a Nun and Children of the Dark House, an exploration of Freudianism in Faulkner's work.
Marxism, Freudianism, structuralism, and other -isms that break literature down into elementary components) are hostile to fantasy whereas fantasy blossoms under holistic approaches (the whole is greater than the sum of its parts).
Du Bois, Freudianism, Black Nationalism, existentialism, Marxism, and socialism.
This is how I was able to read "Poetry of Grammar and Grammar of Poetry" by Jakobson, the essential Freudian texts which included his preface to Fyodor Dostoyevsky's biography that was written by Dostoyevsky's spouse, a text that is fundamental in understanding the use of Freudianism in literary criticism and which is unfortunately still unknown to a lot of critics.
But not against these itty-bitty religions, Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism--or their secular derivatives, Marxism, Maoism, Freudianism and Jungianism--which are all derivatives of the big religion of patriarchy.
You cannot illuminate him with a new doctrine, be it Marxism or Freudianism or Demanian linguistic skepticism.
As much as feminism expressed hostility for Freud and orthodox Freudianism, Illouz shows us how feminism and therapeutic individualism are allies.
The difficulty she faces is in moving from the ideological contamination of a Freudianism steeped in biology, and from an explicitly sexual register, to an explanation that recovers from it the operations of "language," "culture," and law.
Steve Welzer, 'Toward Wholistic Theory: Rethinking the Foundations of Green Politics--Transcending Marxism, Freudianism and Environmentalism' http://www.
Think what you may about Freudianism, the therapist is not supposed to shut patients up, compelling them to accept given interpretations without an opportunity to object or reflect further.
By my reference to elementary Freudian psychoanalysis, I do not mean the empirical scientific validity of Freudianism that has been rightly criticized in recent years.
Three of the major strands of thought in the 20th century developed a version of the environmental model: Marxism, Freudianism, and social constructionism.