Professor Eric Shiraev defines psychoanalysis by comparing it to "Alice in Wonderland." He explains that everyday actions can have enormous significance, as can dreams and childhood experiences. He also reminds us that though psychoanalysis was initially rejected, it has now become a major way we see the world.
Eric Shiraev Defines Psychoanalysis
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