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Marino philosophizes on Freud

By David Gonnerman '90
October 12, 2011

"Sigmund Freud, that seer of the psyche, taught that you could be angry and not know it," begins Professor of Philosophy Gordon Marino in "Freud as Philosopher" on the New York Times "Opinionator" blog. "You can also be a philosopher and not know it. And Freud was just that, an unconscious philosopher of the unconscious — one who had nary a positive word to say about philosophy."

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