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This text comprises one instance of Freud’s re-evaluation of some of the fundamental issues of psychoanalysis. An astoundingly comprehensive text, Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety is a prime example of Freud’s constant evaluation of psychoanalytical theory which rightly earned him his title of the father of psychoanalysis. In an attempt to augment his earlier postulations on anxiety, this text sets fourth an amended commentary that theorises the existence of several types of anxiety, as well as arguing that repression does not cause anxiety but rather vice versa. Hailed as the founding father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud was an Austrian neurologist whose work is fundamental to modern psychoanalytical theory. This text was originally published in 1926 and is now republished with a biography of the author.

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