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Beyond the Pleasure Principle

Beyond the Pleasure Principle

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THESTANDARDEDITIONOFTHECOMPLETEPSYCHOLOGICALWORKSOF
SIGMUNDFREUD
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fewnotesaboutcreatingthisbi-Iingualtext.Ihave,onceagain,usedtheStandardEditiontranslatedandeditedbyJamesStracheyfortheEnglishtextand
have
usedtheStudienausgabe,becauseofitsgreateraccuracy,fortheGermantext.
I
aveincludeda
copy
oftheFreud'shand-writtenfirstpageofthefirstversionofthemanuscriptofJenseitsdesLustprinzipfrompage184oflIsaGrubrich-Simitis'sbookBacktoFreud'sText,(YaleUniversityPress,1996).SincethereisnoprintedGermantextofthisfirstpagethatmatchespreciselywordforwordandlinebyline,thewayFreudhasactually
wrirten
eachsentence,Ihavetakenthelibertyofre-typingitinGermansothatonecamactuallyfollowFreud'shandwriting.
In
thefirstparagraph,thewordswhich
I
aveenclosedinbracketswereapparentlydeletedfromthepublishedversioninGerman,
I
avealsoincludedapictureofFreudwithhisdaughter,SophieandapictureofFreudwithhistwograndsons,HeinzandErnst,whichisoneofthetopicshewritesaboutinChapter
2,
andthatDerridahasrightlypointedout,thatFreudhasnotactuallymentionedtheirnamesinthistext.ErnstHalberstadt,wastheoneand
a
halfyearoldgrandson,thatFreudobserved,and,laterinhislifechangedhislastnamefromHalberstadttoFreud.
I
avenoticedonceagainthat,liketheThreeEssaysonSexuality,thistextdoesnotcontain
a
singlejokeorplayonwords.Notthatthereisn'tanythingfunnyaboutthedeathdrive,butthisis!
a
veryseriouswork.
I
inditinterestingthatFreudisnotsomuchinterested
in
theBigBangwhichwould
be
thefirstdayinthefirstbookoftheBible,butheismoreinterestedinthecreationoflife,whichwould
be
thethirddayofthestoryoftheCreation.Notonlythat,Freudisinterestedinetemallife,andhowisitthatthedeathdrivealwayswins.Sothereisatheological,biological,andFaustianaspectofthistext.Also,Ihavenoticedthat
as
heisobservingandlisteningtohisgrandsonanddiscussingwithhisdaughterthepossiblemeaningofthisgamethathisgrandsonhasinvented,heisawisemaninthathedoesnotblurtouttothechildwhathethinksorconcludeswhatallofthismeans,ie.,hedoesnotbecomea
Kleinian,
ThinkingbackonFreud'sbookTheInterpretationofDreams,
I
emindmyselfthat,inchapter
4,
heisattentivelylisteningtohisownchildren(AnnaFweud-stwaberrries).Andthat
in
chapter
2,
heisalsoconcernedwithsexualsubstances(Trimethylamin)whichcertainly
must
have
some
relationto
thegerm
plasm.Andthereisalsothethemeofthedaughterwhoisindangeroflosingherlife(thisMathildeforthatMathilde),RichardG.KleinAutumn2003NewYorkCity
 
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