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The Arabic FreudPsychoanalysis and Islam in Modern Egypt$
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Omnia El Shakry

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780691174792

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691174792.001.0001

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Psychoanalysis and the Psyche

Psychoanalysis and the Psyche

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(p.21) Chapter One Psychoanalysis and the Psyche
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The Arabic Freud
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Omnia El Shakry

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Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691174792.003.0002

This chapter considers Freudian itineraries in postwar Egypt through an exploration of the work of Yusuf Murad, the founder of a school of thought within the psychological sciences, and the journal he coedited from 1945 to 1953, Majallat ʿIlm al-Nafs. By training a generation of scholars, Murad left a wide-ranging legacy on psychology, philosophy, and the wider academic fields of the humanities and the social sciences. Melding key concepts from psychoanalysis with classical Islamic concepts, Murad elaborated a psychological theory of the subject as an integrative agent, embodying a complex synthesis of unity and multiplicity. Theorizing the temporality of the subject, the epistemology of psychoanalysis and the analytic structure, and the socius, Murad both drew upon and departed from European psychoanalytic thought, while often insisting on the epistemological and ethical heterogeneity of different theories of the self.

Keywords:   Yusuf Murad, Majallat ʿIlm al-Nafs, postwar Egypt, socius, classical Islam, psychoanalysis

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