Freudianism

Freudianism, or psychoanalysis,is reactionary idealistic doctrine, created by the Austrian neurologist by Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) and widespread in the capitalist countries, especially in the US. According to this doctrine, the basis of human behavior is the conflict between reasonable estimate of the surrounding, on the one hand, and unconscious drives. In the basis of the unconscious is the so-called libido, i.e., sexual desire, which, as a shadow that follows one from the cradle to the deathbed, identifying all his thoughts, desires, etc. All social phenomena, ranging from material production to the art and religion, are in complete dependence on sexual, i.e. sex, attractions and essentially determined by them.