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SIGMUND FREUD'S PROGRAMME FOR A SCIENCE OF CONSCIOUSNESS
Robert Holt's concluding essay on Freud's adolescent readings offers critical summaries of three of the major works that Freud read on his own as a gymnasium student in the early s. Holt then explores the probable impact of these works on Freud - which is to say, on a youth with Freud's intellectual endowment, philosophical leanings, and cultural background. In his introductory essay, Text, Context, and Freud, editor Paul Stepansky links the essays of Kerr, Swales, and Holt as complementary meditations on the relation between text and context in the history of ideas.
For Kerr, Swales, and Holt, he writes, text poses questions that only context can address, though context, in its turn, implicates the analysis of other texts in which, in their turn, call forth yet other aspects of context. The regress may appear infinite, but it is a reality of historical inquiry, and it is the charge of the historian of ideas to show that it need not be vicious. Toon meer Toon minder. Recensie s The series provides a forum for responsible, scholarly inquiry and discussion.
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It is evident that Stepansky sets high standards in selecting all his contributors. And because they are provocative, they promise to continue to stir up healthy controversy.
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