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Freudian Stages of Development

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Zane Burnett

on 1 October 2013

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Transcript of Freudian Stages of Development

The Fathers of Psychoanalytical Literary Theory
CARL JUNG
Freudian Stages of Development
Anal
Phallic
Latency
Genital
Oral
Psychoanalytical Literary Theory
Carl Jung
Sigmund Freud
What is psychoanalytical literary theory?
Certain principles of psychology, usually based on the work of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, applied to several aspects of literature (the story, or the author, for example) to cull certain desires and anxieties, which may be the author's projections or tools used by the author in order to make a statement.
Introverts:
Extroverts:
Psychoanalysis Examples:
Yonic:
Phallic:
Jacques Lacan (1901-1981)
Post-Freudian psychoanalytic theorist, focused on language and language-related issues
Freud tried to find "natural" causes for sexual development, Lacan offered a more linguistic model
Emphasized the ideological structures that allow humans to understand their relationships with others
Significance of Sexuality
Fight Club
1. An investigation of “the creative process of the artist: what is the nature of literary genius and how does it relate to normal mental functions?”
2. The psychological study of a particular artist, usually noting how an author’s biographical circumstances affect or influence their motivations and/or behavior.
3. The analysis of fictional characters using the language and methods of psychology.

psychoanalytical questions:
Lacan's Model of the Psyche
3 Structures that control our lives and desires
Also known as the Mirror Stage
Develop new sense of Independence
Approx. 6-18 months
Imaginary Order
Child develops language
Learn to accept law and order
Learn to deal with others & maintain relationships
Most of our lives, 18months+
Symbolic Stage
Unattainable stage
Most similar to first days after birth, or last hours before death or after death
Cannot be imagined, symbolized, or directly known
Real Stage
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