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The cultural anthropologist Alfred L. Kroeber was an early critic of Totem and Taboo , publishing a critique of the work in Some authors have seen redeeming value in the work. Freud, who had a longstanding interest in social anthropology and was devoted to the study of archaeology and prehistory , wrote that the work of Wilhelm Wundt and Carl Jung provided him with his "first stimulus" to write the essays included in Totem and Taboo. Freud examines the system of Totemism among the Australian Aborigines.
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Totem and Taboo by Sigmund Freud ,. James Strachey Translator. Widely acknowledged to be one of Freud's greatest cultural works, when Totem and Taboo was first published in , it caused outrage. Thorough and thought-provoking, Totem and Taboo remains the fullest exploration of Freud's most famous themes. Family, society, religion - they're all put on the couch here.
Whatever your feelings about psychoanalysis, Freud's theories have Widely acknowledged to be one of Freud's greatest cultural works, when Totem and Taboo was first published in , it caused outrage. Whatever your feelings about psychoanalysis, Freud's theories have influenced every facet of modern life, from film and literature to medicine and art. If you don't know your incest taboo from your Oedipal complex, and you want to understand more about the culture we're living in, then Totem and Taboo is the book to read.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Totem and Taboo. It consisted of a male dominated by a number of females. This powerful father kept his sons away from women. One day these boys united, killed their father, and then ate him. The reason for this cannibalism, according to Freud, was that they believed that by eating the victim they would seize his power.
After a while, they stepped out of their practice, and devised two prohibitions to atone for their act: One was to place a symbol as a kind of animal instead of a father; this symbol is totem. The brothers declared the eating of the totemic animal as forbidden, and further: they forbade inter-group marriage taboo , and by boycotting the released material, they waived the fruits of their victory.
Totem and Taboo: Resemblances Between the Mental Lives of Savages and Neurotics, or Totem and Taboo: Some Points of Agreement between the Mental Lives of Savages and Neurotics, is a book by Sigmund Freud, in which the author applies psychoanalysis to the fields of archaeology, anthropology, and the study of religion. The cultural anthropologist Alfred L. Kroeber was an early critic of Totem and Taboo, publishing a critique of the work in Some authors have seen redeeming value in the work.
View all 6 comments. Jan 29, Fergus rated it really liked it. Nowadays we look around us at the well-oiled machinery of our advanced technological age and fondly muse that our society is as stable as bedrock. It is not. It is in fact a mad mishmash of individual fears, sacred cows, crazy desires and a deep underlying sense of insecurity.
Chief among them is the myth of the outsider, the violent weirdo, the one who perpetually challenges our inborn sense of ins Nowadays we look around us at the well-oiled machinery of our advanced technological age and fondly muse that our society is as stable as bedrock. Chief among them is the myth of the outsider, the violent weirdo, the one who perpetually challenges our inborn sense of insecurity.
So it goes. It all goes back to the primitive time of the troglodytes - the Strong Weirdos bashing the Weird Weirdos. Change in society comes from deep changes in individual perspectives. When that happens en masse, as it did in France during the eighteenth century, you get the freedom to choose that allows Real Change.
And so was founded the modern secular state. Enter the widespread turbulence of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. And here we are now, in the 21st - alienated and alone in a world of Total Control. We feel basically safe, but constantly watched and threatened.
Bottom line is: do we try to re-establish the faith-filled baseline that once upon a time gave us inner peace and security?
I think we have no choice. And God is the spirit that leads us Home to Ourselves. Jan 19, Alex rated it it was amazing. I found it incredibly 'stimulating' - a suitable word I think; considering a certain sexual implication that it carries. Not that I found it sexually stimulating or anything I'm not actually But wait! Maybe I did. That's the point.
Incest and our outlawing of it could well be the start of civilisation. If you didn't want to do it, you wouldn't need social taboos - and eventually laws - to prohibit I found it incredibly 'stimulating' - a suitable word I think; considering a certain sexual implication that it carries. If you didn't want to do it, you wouldn't need social taboos - and eventually laws - to prohibit it.
Oedipus Complex anyone? And more to the point, the more uncomfortable it makes you, the more you look down on me for jokingly implying that I may have found the subject of incest sexually stimulating, then the more guilty of this perversion you are. For anything you feel strongly about, there's probably a fundamental ambivalence on an unconcious level.
Your harsh reaction can only be the manifestion of your rational concious self overcompensating for your libindal incestuous urges Your negative reaction probably has a negative correlation to precisely how much you wish to commit the act you are condemning.
Like The Sun and it's readers on the issue of paedophilia. But seriously, it's a great book that gives some serious insight into all manner of things: society, religion, the monarchy and the dreaded 'human condition' itself; all via a surprisingly authentic 'anthropology'.
View all 4 comments. Mar 12, E. View 1 comment. It's my first book by Freud and it was First of all, I must praise his writing style or, perhaps, the translator.
It's a very readable book even if you are a total newbie to the subject matter of the book, and it's not some ordinary subject matter: combining anthropological data and psycho-analytical insight, Freud tries nothing less than to trace the origin of culture more precisely of religion, morals, social organization and so on. The book has four parts, the first three o It's my first book by Freud and it was The book has four parts, the first three of which deal with presenting the institutions of totemism, taboo and especially incest, as well as drawing resemblences between the psychology of children, neurotics and primitive peoples.
The fourth and final part is dedicated actually to summing up all the previous arguments into an ingenious theory: that society and culture originated as a result of the Oedipus complex.
More precisely, Freud imagines a primeval horde, in which the sons killed the father, in order to free themselves from his authority and gain sexual access to his females, and ate him in order to identify with him.
Freud supports his views with a lot of references to anthropological and naturalist works, but the problem is that the materials he uses were written at a time when the transition from "armchair anthropology" to "fieldwork anthropology" had no yet been fully accomplished.
This need not be however an excuse for the fact that Freud purposely and openly speculates without solid support for his hypotheses. Too much "assuming that" and "we might suppose that" and so on. Creative, imaginative, brilliant even, as it is, too much of this book is mere speculation which culminates with a hypothesis best described by Malinowski: "It is easy to perceive that the primeval horde has been equipped with all the bias, maladjustments and ill-tempers of a middle-class European family, and then let loose in a prehistoric jungle to run riot in a most attractive but fantastic hypothesis.
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Title: Totem and Taboo. Resemblances Between the Psychic Lives of Savages and Neurotics. Author: Sigmund Freud. Translator: A. A. Brill.
Moreover, in a certain sense he is still our contemporary: there are people whom we still consider more closely related to primitive man than to ourselves, in whom we therefore recognize the direct descendants and representatives of earlier man. We can thus judge the so-called savage and semi-savage races; their psychic life assumes a peculiar interest for us, for we can recognize in their psychic life a well-preserved, early stage of our own development. For outer as well as for inner reasons, I am choosing for this comparison those tribes which have been described by ethnographists as being most backward and wretched: the aborigines of the youngest continent, namely Australia, whose fauna has also preserved for us so much that is archaic and no longer to be found elsewhere. The aborigines of Australia are looked upon as a peculiar race which shows neither physical nor linguistic relationship with its nearest neighbours, the Melanesian, Polynesian and Malayan races. They do not build houses or permanent huts; they do not cultivate the soil or keep any domestic animals except dogs; and they do not even know the art of pottery.
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