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Dostoevsky & Freud: Psychology of Raskolnikov | Crime & Punishment



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Brief yet comprehensive analysis of the character Raskolnikov from Dostoevsky book: Crime & Punishment with the use Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic terms to explains his behaviours in the book

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Dostoevsky’s – Crime & Punishment (book)
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    "It's Nietzsche Bietzsche." – Britney Spears

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    Your voice isnt clear please put english subtitles

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    Crime and Punishment and The Stranger shows a shift from 19th century to the 20th century.

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    I don't blame Raskolnikov's mother; I blame society as a whole. Raskolnikov's mother just gave in to society. Raskolnikov is isolated from society and yet society places such high demands. And yet society places no demands. Society has requirements but doesn't care if you meet them.
    That's why Raskolnikov "adopts" a family and gives his money to them. The family is rejected by society worse than he. And so he takes the place of society. Though instead of being indifferent like society, Raskolnikov is instead welcoming and nonjudgmental.
    Freud was obsessed with parents.

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    Decided to read PiN on a whim and started last night.

    Read it in translation in 1998. The book utterly transformed the course of my life.

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    Digging it!! Appreciate you🤘🔥🤘🔥

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    this is pure Gold, loved it!

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    added on 21 Sep, 2020
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    Great video, thank you

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    added on 21 Sep, 2020
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    Do you have a video on what nietzsche proposes as the over man or super man?

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    Freud had a lot more to say about Dostoyevsky that is not PC enough to comment here but it had to do with epilepsy and the G in the 🌈. Freudian fundamentals, always back to sex, duh!

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    I'm listening to the audiobook for Crime and Punishment right now and this was a fantastic insight into the experience. Perfect timing for this video, thanks!

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    On a related note, could you take a look at Dostoyevsky's answer to nihilism in Crime and Punishment throught the journey of Raskolnikov ? Great video as always.

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    I'd say Lizaveta represented Dunya more than she represents Raskolnikov himself. In striking out (figuratively) at his mother, his sister would be caught in the crossfire, shown by the marriage ordeal.

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    Yes! This is great! I have no idea why you are so underrated, keep making these videos, I come back for more every time!

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