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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Final Analysis’ by Otho Eskin

The Young Man played by Ryan Garbayo and Josef Stalin played by Tony Naumovski

At the twilight of the Hapsburg Empire, budding luminaries Freud, Stalin, Gustav and Alma Mahler, Ludwig Wittgenstein and a foreboding Young Man discuss events of the day while the culture slides toward war. Read More »

Book Review: Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain by David Eagleman

Incognito is an important work which describes how the brain operates in everyday life. Read More »

Book Review: A Dangerous Method by John Kerr

Freud and Jung develop theories of psychoanalysis in the early 20th century. This is not a romance. Read More »

Kabbalah: The Mystical Origin of Psychoanalysis

Is Jewish Kabbalah a forerunner of psychoanalysis? Read More »

Book Review: The Uses of Enchantment by Bruno Bettelheim

What were those fairy tales of old really about? The Uses of Enchantment explores their psychological depths. Read More »

DVD Review: Freud

BBC six-part Freud biopic is a star turn for David Suchet. Read More »

Movie Review: Where The Wild Things Are

Oedipus complex in tow, Spike Jonze's new film is more for adults than children. Read More »

My iPod Addiction

iPod addict's dream comes true. Read More »