Synopses & Reviews
This volume contains Freud's speculations on various aspects of religion, on the basis of which he explains certain characteristics of the Jewish people in their relations with the Christians. From an intensive study of Moses legend, Freud comes to the startling conclusion that Moses himself was an Egyptian who brought from his native country the religion he gave to the Jews.
Freud's speculations on various aspects of religion where he explains various characteristics of the Jews in their relations with the Christians.
About the Author
Sigmund Freud (18561939) was born in Moravia; between the ages of four and eighty-two his home was Vienna; in 1938 Hitler's invasion of Austria forced him to seek asylum in London where he died. His life was uneventful, but his ideas have shaped not only many specialist disciplines, but the whole intellectual climate of the twentieth century.