Psychology of Democracy and Dictatorship

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In the 20th century, we saw the birth of psychoanalysis, and our lives have changed forever. Psychoanalysis, or psychology more precisely, has managed to affect almost every aspect of our lives.

In this documentary, we discuss the impact of politics on psychoanalysis, and the other way around. You can say Sigmund Freud was the man responsible for the popularity of psychoanalysis today.

He managed to persuade people that how our mind is functioning and how we behave can be understood through a process of working with a psychoanalyst.

With that in mind, how can psychoanalysis help us understand democracy and dictatorship? Do we crave to be dictators, or does our consciousness triumphs and we crave democracy?

This documentary will try to explain the answers to those questions.

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