Thoughts for the Times on War and Death by Sigmund Freud

This book is a profound exploration of the psychological impact of war and death on the human psyche. The author, a renowned psychologist, delves into the collective guilt and anxiety experienced by society during wartime, and the denial of death's inevitability as a self-preserving mechanism. He also discusses the disillusionment that arises when the veneer of civilization is stripped away, revealing the primal instincts beneath. The book is a deep, philosophical discussion about the human condition, morality, and the psychological consequences of war and death.

The 7242nd greatest book of all time


Published
1915
Nationality
Austrian
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
German

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