In "The Tyranny of the Text: Lawrence, Freud, and the Modernist Aesthetic," for example, Anne Fernihough writes, "Lawrence first encountered Freudian theory
(in a diluted and perhaps distorted form) on meeting Frieda Weekley in 1912, and subsequently through discussions with Freudian analysts David Eder and Barbara Low in 1914" (48-49).
To begin with, because most social work practitioners are not as concerned about Freudian theory
as Saari is, and operate on the basis of more holistic models, I doubt that her view of a rift between intrapsychic and social theories is widely shared.
Recognizing Freudian theory
of subconscious as a paradigm shift in psychological understanding, Nienkamp begins Part II with the history of "self-deliberation" constructed by Chaim Perelman and Lucie Olbrechts-Tyteca as a particular case of argumentation.
Her analyses of Wagner's characters--and of his family--depend heavily on Freudian theory
Psychoanalysts merged Freudian theory
with Hindu conceptualizations to forge an alternative to the prescribed identity of the middle-class educated Babu.
Moreover, he sees current emphases in organizational research, such as multiple levels of analysis, images, symbols, myths, and emotions, as falling within the traditional purview of Freudian theory
The psychiatric architects of NIMH had all been trained in Freudian theory
and believed that there was a continuum between mental health and mental illness.
Finally, the appeal of primitivism found promotion through the misinterpretation of Freudian theory
17 John Hospers observed in 1959 that Freudian theory
allows one to view "with a certain detached and half-humorous unconcern the feelings and foibles which it would make most philosophers squirm to have mentioned.
In Freud and the Bolsheviks, Miller sets forth in readable prose the birth, death, and resurrection of Freudian theory
If the self doesn't experience itself in immediate self-proximity but instead realizes things about itself only belatedly, as the Freudian theory
suggests, the implications for subjectivity are significant.
1) Scheffler and Deigh concur in thinking that although Freudian theory
doesn't entirely solve the problem, it can nevertheless contribute to a solution.