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This paintings explores the connection which psychotherapy has with faith. Sigmund Freud and Carl Rogers, either founders of psychotherapies, left a legacy which isn't that of scientists whom they claimed they have been. They every one had a challenging dating with faith, and this has an enduring impression at the paintings and attitudes in their respective followers.--[back cover].
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Allenson (India paper edition 1905). 38 Robert Segal (2001). 39 Ellenberger (1970) p. 16. 40 Roazen (1975) p. 17? 41 Richard Webster for example. 42 Webster (1995) p. 301. 43 Biographers such as Jones (Implicitly), Roazen, Grosskurth Sulloway. 44 Jones, Roazen, Sulloway and Wittels. 45 In his letters, particularly those to Jung and to Fleiss, there is evidence that Freud, in the process of elevating others, was in fact in the first instance elevating himself. The many sources which sought to mythologize Freud, did so because they had a need in themselves.
10 This is the seen as the basis for his choice to study law. He changed his mind and studied medicine instead. It may be difficult for the contemporary mind to realise the importance of such predictions. However, their significance becomes apparent below. These events indicate that even before Freud had taken his first breath he was believed to be special. It should therefore come as no surprise that he both behaved and was treated differently, almost with reverence, particularly by his mother and by many others who encountered him.
London: George Allen and Unwin. G. ) (1977) Zohar: The Book of Splendour. Basic Readings from The Kabbalah. London: Rider & Company. 6 Gay(1988) uses Amalia. W. (1947) make no mention of either Rebecca or Julius, nor does Webster (1995). Gay (1988) Mentions that Amalia was Jakob Freud’s third wife but does not give the names of the first two. He mentions Julius, Freud’s brother. 8 Wittels, F. (1924). 9 Sulloway (1979) p. 476. There are different versions of each of these stories. No one relates them in exactly the same words.