Freud’s Time has Passed  

Eugene Goodheart is a fine literary critic, but in “Freud on Trial” (Spring 1995) he fails to establish that Freud’s undoubted “suggestiveness” and “persuasiveness” are grounds for his permanent value as a psychological thinker. As Goodheart says, the fact that …

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