"The name of Dr. Sigmund Freud is associated with the word "sexuality" as often as with the word "mistakes". He is often cited as a forerunner of the "sexual revolution". There is no doubt that besides the discovery of the unconscious, the other major contribution of his is the extension of the concept of sexuality. This expansion focuses on things that should be obvious: that human sexuality is not just an instinct to procreate, that sexuality occupies an important place in the emotional world of man, that sexuality begins with one’s birth and continues to be source of desire till the end of life. When talking about sexuality, Freud means "psychosexuality". Psychology is rather psychology of love than psychology of sexuality... Sigmund Freud gave a perspective from which sexuality and psychic life began to look different. This view continues to be relevant today." - Assoc. Prof. Nikola Atanasov
This collection contains the main theoretical texts by Sigmund Freud in the field of sexuality: "Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality", "Contributions to the Psychology of Love," "The Dissolution of the Oedipus Complex", "Female Sexuality" and others.