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Saint Nicholas; a psychoanalytic study of his history and myth

Adrianus Dingeman de Groot

Saint Nicholas; a psychoanalytic study of his history and myth

by Adrianus Dingeman de Groot

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Published by Basic Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nicholas, Saint, Bp. of Myra.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Adriaan D. de Groot.
    SeriesNew Babylon; studies in the behavioral sciences,, 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4700.N55 G73 1965a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination211 p.
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5994632M
    LC Control Number66026212
    OCLC/WorldCa1019207

      In Clement Clarke Moore wrote "A Visit From St. Nicholas," better known today as "The Night Before Christmas," for his six children, with no . The difference between Santa Clause and Saint Nicholas (yes! there is a difference!). What Santa Clause and Saint Nicholas have in common. The history of St. Nick; The legacy of St. Nick. Download the St. Nicholas Study Unit. The St. Nicholas Unit Study also comes with a printable “Give Back” Challenge Checklist! Through this checklist.

    2/2 Saint Nicholas| Adriaan de Groot: Saint Nicholas, a Psychoanalytic Study of his History and Myth - Duration: 17 minutes.   The legendary nature of Santa Claus is mostly understood. However, the existence of Saint Nicholas, often said to be the inspiration for the jolly Christmas character, has been less agreed upon. With this question in hand, scientists decided to turn to relics of the famed saint to discover the possible nature of his existence. They decided that the bones match the dates, but is that enough to.

    Archaeologists uncover proofs of the man behind the legend of beloved St. Nick He is patron saint to all, from virgins to murderers. Now, evidence of the final remains of St. Nicholas is shored up. The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus by Adam C. English is a hagiography of Saint Nicholas of Myra, a Byzantine Saint who lived through the Christian persecutions, and the reign of Emperor Constantine, a Christian ruler who mandated Christianity to be the state religion of the Roman Empire/5(21).


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Saint Nicholas; a psychoanalytic study of his history and myth by Adrianus Dingeman de Groot Download PDF EPUB FB2

Saint Nicholas: A Psychoanalytic Study of History and Myth Hardcover – January 1, by Adriaan De Groot (Author)Author: Adriaan De Groot. Saint Nicholas: A psychoanalytic study of his history and myth de Groot, Adriaan D. Basic Books, Inc., English edition (Dutch original), Applies a psychoanalytic perspective to the development of Nicholas customs and lore.

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High in originality and resourceful in his use of concepts derived from the fields of myth, folklore, psychoanalysis, and religion, the author has created a monographic tour de force.

De Groot's study is an important contribution to our understanding of the significance of archaic symbols in. Some Legends of St. Nicholas, with Special Reference to the Seal of Pocklington Grammar School.

In "Yorkshire Archaeological Journal" XVII (). ­ FRANK, Grace, The Medieval French Drama, Oxford GROOT, AdriaanSaint Nicholas. A psychoanalitic study of his history and myth, Mouton and Co., The Hague-Paris The holiness of the schoolboy martyr reminds the Prioress of the holiness of the infant St.

Nicholas, PrT A.D. DeGroot, Saint Nicholas: A Psychoanalytic Study of his History and Myth ; A.S. Haskell, "St. Nicholas and the Prioress's Calendar," and "St. Nicholas. Saint Nicholas was the Bishop of Myra (the city now known as Demre, Turkey) born during the third century AD and died in AD.

According to the Amazing Bible Timeline during his lifetime the Goths first invaded Rome, the Transubstantiation mass was practiced, Constantine converted to Christianity, and the council of Nicea was held resulting in the Nicean creed.

"Well crafted and well documented, this book will be of interest to those students of psychology and mythology interested in a psychoanalytic method for the interpretation of myth."--Classical World "A useful general introduction to psychoanalytic study of Greek es a welcome model for those preparing undergraduate mythology Reviews: 1.

This innovative study posits that myths in general, and Greek theogonic myth in particular, have a latent meaning that is responsible both for the emotional energy inherent in myths, and for the special attraction they have even to those who no longer believe in their literal meaning/5(1).

Read this book on Questia. This innovative study posits that myths in general, and Greek theogonic myth in particular, have a latent meaning that is responsible both for the emotional energy inherent in myths, and for the special attraction they have even to those.

This innovative study posits that myths in general, and Greek theogonic myth in particular, have a latent meaning that is responsible both for the emotional energy inherent in myths, and for the special attraction they have even to those who no longer believe in their literal meaning.

Caldwell describes, in clear and comprehensible language, aspects of psychoanalytic theory relevant to the Reviews: 1. Get this from a library. Saint Nicholas: a psychoanalytic study of his history and myth.

[Adrianus Dingeman de Groot]. Adriaan D. De Groot. Saint Nicholas [Texte imprimé]: a psychoanalytic study of his history and myth. ¸[Sint Nicolaas, patroon van liefde¸.]. Saint Nicholas was born circa in Patara, Lycia, an area that is part of present-day Turkey.

He lost both of his parents as a young man and reportedly used his. The book itself contains many more legends, but I hope these five will be enough to give you a de This video is about five legends concerning Saint Nicholas.

Nicholas Books & more. Click for our list of currently available books from Amazon and other sources. Out-of-print books may be found in libraries or the used book market. “In this book, the fascinating St. Nicholas story is examined from a specific angle. Intrigued by the abundance of fertility and birth symbolism in folklore and legends, the author has tried his hand at a “psychoanalysis of St.

Nicholas.”. Saint Nicholas became a widely popular saint in Europe after his relics were transferred from Myra to Bari, Italy in (Mackenzie ). By the Middle Ages, Saint Nicholas, whose feast day falls on December 6, had become the patron of children, sailors, merchants, schoolboys, and young girls, and his popularity approached that of the Virgin.

Let’s start by taking a look at St. Nicholas. Nicholas lived over years ago in a town called Mira (an ancient town in what is now Turkey). He was orphaned at a young age and used the inheritance his parents left him to help people in need.

He was a kind, selfless and generous man who dedicated his life to serving God and was later made a. When searching for an particularly good illustration of how Freud approached the study of myth, commentators typically cite his analysis of the story of Oedipus in The Interpretation of Dreams (/).

And indeed, I suspect that few would disagree with Robert Segal's (a, p. The Myth of Saint Nicholas: Adrian d. de Groot: Saint Nicholas. A psychoanalytic study of his history and myth. The Hague, Paris: Mouton & Co.,pp., 17 illustrations.

Gustav Bychowski, M.D. Freud's Correspondence: Letters of Sigmund Freud. Selected and edited by Ernst L. Freud. With 8 pages of photographs. Translated by Tania and. The legend behind Santa Claus is Saint Nicholas, the fourth-century bishop of Myra.

His hat was the bishop’s mitre. Nicholas was born in modern day Turkey to a rather wealthy family. Losing his parents at a young age, Nicholas dedicated both his fortune and his life to the Christian church.Adrianus Dingeman de Groot was a Dutch chess master and psychologist, who conducted some of the most famous chess experiments of all time in the s In he wrote his thesis Het denken van den schaker, which in was translated into English and published as Thought and choice in chess.

De Groot played for the Netherlands in the Chess Olympiads of and In he became .