Freud and his Critics
by Paul Robinson
Publisher: University of California Press 1993
Number of pages: 281
In a witty, densely argued critique, Stanford University historian Robinson levels the accusations of prominent anti-Freudians Frank Sulloway, Jeffrey Masson and Adolf Grunbaum. The book presupposes some knowledge of psychoanalytic theory, but Robinson does an excellent job of explaining his opponents' arguments as well as his own.
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by Aaron Sloman - The Harvester Press
Some parts of the book are dated whereas others are still relevant both to the scientific study of mind and to philosophical questions about the aims of science, the nature of theories and explanations, and to questions about the nature of mind.
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