An Ethical, Existential, Phenomenological Search for Truth in Psychotherapy
starting in September 2001
There are only four more of the current unique series of fifty monthly Freud Centenary Seminars, which has now lasted five years:
1 April 2001
‘Does this mean that perhaps its “day” has come?’
29 April 2001
‘I remain loyal to thought reading...’
27 May 2001
‘“Dreams and Hysteria” is sent off...’
24 June 2001
‘I notice he knows nothing of what is behind dreams...’
The series started on 21 April 1996 (the centenary of Freud’s double announcement of his seduction theory and of the name ‘psychoanalysis’). Each seminar takes as its text a sentence indicating a stage on Freud’s way during his most creative period as recorded in his letters to his friend Wilhelm Fliess a hundred years ago (to the day where possible). This opportunity cannot be repeated, as Freud’s running commentary to Fliess does not continue much after 1901.
The venue is Acland Building, Regent’s College, Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, NW1.
Cost per seminar for the present series is £56 for students and £70 for others (some bursaries).
Apply to: Anthony Stadlen, 64 Dartmouth Park Road, London NW5 1SN
Tel: 020 7485 3896 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org