Monday, May 26, 2008

Free Lecture Series on PSYCHOANALYSIS and FREUD

“His outlines can only be surmised, never defined.”

Leonardo was a renaissance polymath: an architect, musician, anatomist, inventor, engineer, sculptor, geometer and a painter.

Leonardo was never understood by his colleagues and contemporaries and remained a mystery man for the world. His paintings and life have a seductive and elusive quality. Even today people are spending hours to extract hidden meaning in his works of art. He is full of contradictions.

What was it about his personality that people found difficult to understand? Freud was also a victim of Leonrdo’s enigma. He spent 10 years in his study of Leonardo. This biographical study was the last and the only that Freud ever undertook

This was the first of the ongoing lecture series that with an objective to spread awareness on Psychoanalysis and Freuds work.

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