The Ordeal of Civility: Freud, Marx, Lévi-Strauss, and the Jewish Struggle with Modernity

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CONTENTS
Preface vii
Epigraphs ix
Acknowledgments xv
Introduction 3
PART I
Sigmund Freud
CHAPTER I The Matrix of Freud's Theory:
The Jewish Emancipation Problematic
17
CHAPTER 2 The Matrix of the Method 31
CHAPTER 3 "Passing" into the West: The Passage from Home 38
CHAPTER 4 The Primal Scene 48
CHAPTER 5 The Guilt of Shame 58
CHAPTER 6 The Ancient Judenfrage64
CHAPTER 7 Sexuality and Christianity: The Refining Process 69
CHAPTER 8 Rooting Out Roundaboutness 74
CHAPTER 9 The Temptation Scene 77
CHAPTER 10 Freud's Jewishness 85
CHAPTER II The Locus of Freud's Originality 89
CHAPTER 12 Excursus: Modernization and the
Emergence of Social Appearance
98
CHAPTER 13 Reich and Later Variations 104
PART II
Karl Marx and Claude Lévi-Strauss
CHAPTER 14 Father and Son: Marx versus Marx 119
CHAPTER 15 Censorship: Persecution and the Art of Writing 121
CHAPTER 16 The Marxian Urszene: Property and Propriety 135
CHAPTER 17 Marx and the Euphemists 145
CHAPTER 18 Claude Lévi-Strauss: the rude, the crude, the nude,
and The Origin of Table Manners
151

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