1856 - 1939 (aged 83)
An Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist who co-founded the psychoanalytic school of psychology.
He opened a window on the unconscious — where, he said, lust, rage and repression battle for supremacy — and changed the way we view ourselves.
|Book||Studies on Hysteria||1895|
|Book||The Interpretation of Dreams||1900|
|Book||Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality||1905|
|Book||Totem and Taboo||1913|
|Book||Beyond the Pleasure Principle||1920|
|Book||The Future of an Illusion||1927|
|Book||Civilization and Its Discontents||1930|