Why, Oh Why?

  title={Why, Oh Why?},
  author={{\'E}ric Savoy},
  journal={American Book Review},
  pages={5 - 6}
In 1956, to mark the centenary of Freud’s birth, Ernest Jones delivered a lecture to the New York Psychoanalytical Society entitled “The Nature of Genius.” Surprisingly, Jones pays little attention to Freud’s metapsychology, or indeed to any aspect of his theory or method; rather, the essay—which collates various opinions on the subject—offers an essentially Freudian interpretation of a brilliant personality driven by the power of an idea. Jones trots out the Encyclopedia Britannica’s… Expand
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