Jul 14, 2017

Freud and Religion

This paper concentrates on the primary theme of Freud and Religion in which you have to explain and evaluate its intricate aspects in detail. In addition to this, this paper has been reviewed and purchased by most of the students hence; it has been rated 4.8 points on the scale of 5 points. Besides, the price of this paper starts from £ 40. For more details and full access to the paper, please refer to the site.

Freud and Religion


The essay question: Write an essay that develops either Freud’s treatment of the ‘oceanic feeling’ or the notion of memory as present within an individual in connection with any two texts studied in the course so far (about which you have not yet written).

Use only the article i have provided only and please use basic english.

can i please have it a early as possible to be able to go through it.


Although Freud Was an Atheist, the Way He Treated Religion Was Inappropriate and Ill-Informed Insert Name: Institutional Affiliation: Due Date: Roman Rolland was the one who introduced the oceanic feeling referring to it as religious, oneness or solidarity feeling. Schreber (1995) explains that many people, millions in number, share such innate feeling which makes them feel a sense of solidarity and oneness with the reality, and it is an experience as if one feels is in an ocean (p.226). However, Sigmund Freud criticizes the term “oceanic feeling” in his book “the Civilization and its Discontents”. Freud never experienced this feeling before, although he only learned about it from Roman Rolland. Despite coming from a strong Roman Catholic background, Freud became an atheist and criticized religion (Freud, 1962, p.7). He considered religion as mere expression of psychological distress and neuroses. Freud described religion as illusion because it is a product of the human mind. Freud considered religion is a practice that causes hindrance in the society. This paper argues that although Freud was an atheist, the way he treated religion was inappropriate and ill-informed. Freud criticizes such religious feeling; he claimed that he cannot find such psychologic


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