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  • 1. Vienna in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries IB Psychology HL Leslie Chan Ms Leong
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  • 3. Background Information about Vienna
    • Capital of Austria and is one the nine states of Austria
    • Has a population of about 1.7 million
    • Lies in the very east of Austria
    • Ranked 1 for quality of life along with Vancouver.
  • 4. During the Late 19 th and Early 20 th Centuries
    • European Jews moved to Vienna
    • Typical Viennese Jewish couple’s goal
  • 5. Continue…
    • Arnould Schoenberg
    • Spatial Music
  • 6. Freud and Vienna
    • Moved to Vienna at age of 3
    • Left at age of 82
    • Vienna’s Influences
    • Would Freud have become such an intellectual giant if he had not lived in Vienna?
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  • 8. Factors that influenced Freud
    • Vienna’s influences
    • Neurologist
  • 9. Arnold Schoenberg’s Influences
    • Indirect
    • Free Association
  • 10. Question:
    • Might the "free association" in Schoenberg’s music have influenced Freud’s concept of "free association"?
  • 11. Gustav Klimt’s Influences
    • Indirect
    • Sexuality in his painting
    • Viennese Art is “toxic with sexuality”
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  • 14. Would Freud be the same intellectual giant if he had not lived in Vienna?
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    • Certainly, Freud benefited from the liberal atmosphere tha t was in Vienna during the late 19th century, However, we have good evidence that Freud didn’t really cared about Vienna, and Freud still would have become intelligent a thinker if he had lived in some European city other than Vienna.

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