Massenbewegungen und Gesellschaftskrise
Sigmund Freud Vorlesung
Jacqueline Rose: To Die One’s Own Death – Thinking with Sigmund Freud in a Time of Pandemic
It is a hundred years since the tragic loss of Freud’s daughter, Sophie Halberstadt-Freud, to the Spanish flu shortly after the end of World War One. In this lecture which, due to Covid 19, has been postponed from Freud’s birthday to the day of his death, Jacqueline Rose will argue that this historic moment – of grief, pandemic and war – had an even more decisive impact on Freud’s meditations than has previously been recognised. Freud’s writings on the death drive collide with, and are fuelled by, an increasingly urgent engagement with our innermost psychic and biological relationship to the past and, at the same time, with the cruelty and injustice of the world. Today, as we confront the darkness of the hour, psychoanalysis has never been more urgently needed. What can we still learn from Freud’s thought about how to live and how to die in our own troubled times?
Livestream aus London
Begrüßung: Monika Pessler Einleitung: Herman Westerink
Jan Assmann: Moses Tragicus.
Freud, Schönberg und der scheiternde Moses
Eine Veranstaltung der Sigmund Freud Privatstiftung in Kooperation mit der Gesellschaft der Ärzte in Wien
Philipp Blom: let me tell you a story. Narrative Identitäten in Zeiten des Aufruhrs
A defence of the less good idea
The Humanizing Function Of Contemporary Psychoanalytic Empathy