Nietzsche, Freud and the Thrust Toward Modernism 1 Where you see ideal things, I see what is -- human, alas, all-too-human.
Despite having issues with Gross's theoretical assumptions of a secondary cell function and the "individual" nature of a person's passion, Jung credited Gross with major advances in typological and psychological theory.
The relation he [Gross] established between manic-depressive insanity and the type with a shallow consciousness shows that we are dealing with extraversion, while the relation between the psychology of the paranoiac and the type with a contracted consciousness indicates the identity with introversion Jung,  Gross deserves full credit for being the first to set up a simple and consistent hypothesis to account for this [the extraverted] type Jung,  In fiction[ edit ] Otto Gross, played by Vincent Casselis one of the characters in the historical film " A Dangerous Method ", which focused on the relations between JungSabina Spielrein and Freud.
As depicted in the film, Gross considerably influenced not only Jung's theories but also Jung's private life, helping Jung to shed his inhibitions and start an extra-marital affair with Spielrein, Jung's patient who became his colleague and one of the first female psychoanalysts.
Death[ edit ] Gross died of pneumonia, possibly related to drug addiction, in Berlin on 13 Februaryafter being found in the street, near-starved and freezing. Raimund Dehmlow and Gottfried Heuer, eds.:Not only does Nietzsche For Beginners delve into the scandalous life and considerable works of Friedrich Nietzsche, it also give a clear picture of the puzzling time in which he lived.
We meet the luminaries of the day – Richard Wagner, Bismarck, Freud, and Darwin – and see their influences on his work. We also receive introductions to some of the great minds that preceded and shaped his. Freud and Nietzsche on Human Nature and Society After intensive analyzation of reading Civilization and It’s Discontents by Sigmund Freud and Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche, I feel as if both Freud and Nietzsche offered virtually identical views of human nature and of the society in which they lived.
Friedrich Nietzsche on Solitude. F riedrich Nietzsche () was one of the most forceful philosophical writers of modern times, influencing many philosophers as well as figures in the creative arts, literature, and politics.
He virtually originated concepts like nihilism, the will to . Friedrich Nietzsche's influence and reception varied widely and may be roughly divided into various chronological periods.
Reactions were anything but uniform, and proponents of various ideologies attempted to appropriate his work quite early. Friedrich Nietzsche (–) was a German philosopher and cultural critic who published intensively in the s and s. He is famous for uncompromising criticisms of traditional European morality and religion, as well as of conventional philosophical ideas and social and political pieties associated with modernity.
Freud paid tribute to these thinkers and went on to describe Nietzsche as "a philosopher whose guesses and intuitions often agree in the most astonishing way with the laborious findings of psychoanalysis." But unlike Nietzsche, Freud was a man of scientific temper.