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Civilization and Its Discontents 2016 by Fred Stinson III

Civilization and Its Discontents 2016

by Fred Stinson III

194 pages
Friedrich Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud are two of the most influential thinkers of the past 150 years (1866). They have provided man with important works on laws, ethics, and politics. This book examines their philosophical thoughts and their influence on the growth of civilization, man's disposition, and human development.

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Category: Spirituality And Psychology:Philosophy
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About the Book
Nearly 150 years ago, Nietzsche provided the world with some of the most polemic assumptions about human beings. Many years after his work, Sigmund Freud, a neurologist, took Nietzsche’s insights and developed his groundbreaking psychoanalytic theory. Freud’s work became pivotal thought for the 20th century. As we proceed into the 21st century, Dr. Stinson revisits Freud’s thoughts on civilization and man’s aggression, death drive, and pursuit of love.

This exciting book evaluates and provides interpretations of civilization and discontents found around the world. It is an unbiased look at the advancements of the “masters” and the feelings of the “slaves.” Dr. Stinson provides the latest psychological concepts that define the psychology and development of human beings. With wit, wisdom, and real-life glimpses into civilization and discontents, Dr. Stinson inspires us to find significance and real meaning in the ways we think, act, and live.

 

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About the Author
Fred Stinson III Fred Stinson III earned a Ph.D. from Capella University. He has published one book and enjoys research that expands the clinical fields of psychology. He is an adjunct professor at Middle Georgia State University. He is CEO of Stinson Enterprises Inc. He has over 25 years’ experience in counseling practices.

 

 

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