Psychoanalysis conceals the psychological impact of circumcision
Just like preputial sensitivity is unknown to Freud so the circumcision neuroses are imperceptible to Freudian psychology. No matter how truthful its central concept may be psychoanalysis lacks the capacity to understand the long-term psychological consequences of circumcision. Being a psychological projection of pedocircumcision psychoanalysis does not identify circumcision’s mental effects. It does not recognize the circumcision-caused sexual frustrations and neuroses. It fails to expose the relation of sexual anxieties to circumcision. In effect, psychoanalysis conceals the psychological consequences of pedocircumcision and therefore aids its spreading.
According to Freudian psychology sex discrimination indicates stronger castration anxiety and hence unsuccessful repression of sexual desires. It regards sex discrimination as a normal result of ineffective assuming proper sexual roles. Freudian doctrine excludes form consideration the possibility for sex discrimination to have a physical cause. It entirely omits the relation of pedocircumcision to gender discrimination. Freudianism can only explain the greater sexism peculiar to circumcising groups in terms of cultural factors. Its view on social and criminogenic role of sexuality is one-sided. It has intrinsic limitations to heal humanity of sexual frustrations and to help it cope with sex discrimination.
By regarding sexual anxieties as resulting from innate psychological dispositions psychoanalytic theory makes sex discrimination appear an inevitable consequence of normal sexual development and indirectly supports male chauvinism. It also views on sexuality as a naturally aggressive and destructive force that needs to be repressed. Like Abrahamic religions Freudian psychology does not offer a clue for the cultivation of sexuality.
Psychoanalysis neglects the most sensitive and feminine part of the penis – the prepuce – in sexuality simply because its author lacked it. On the other hand it exaggerates the role of male genitalia in psychosexual development which makes it a male sexist theory. This exaggeration may be understood as a direct neuropsychological and corresponding theoretical compensation for the reduced erogenous sensitivity due to lack foreskin. Therefore, Freud’s sex-driven psychology is an example how in the long-term pedocircumcision distorts understanding the social role of sexuality.
Freud defined religion as a “universal obsessional neurosis” based on father-fearing and Oedipus conflict. Perhaps as an atheist he has either ignored or has been unaware of the Judaic objective for neonatal circumcision to refine mentality and facilitate religiousness. Yet, the blind spot of his psychology was the psychological outcome of pedocircumcision. Freud did not recognize physical cause for the collective father-fearing and theoretically disconnected circumcision from religiousness. However, given that pedocircumcision works in the same way as religion intended and fosters abstract reasoning it follows that religion is a collective obsessional neurosis that circumcision aggravates or even induces. In confirmation there is a clear parallel between the spread of circumcision and religiousness. The religiousness of all ethnoses and nations is directly proportional to the rate of pedocircumcision they practice. Psychoanalysis, however, explains both religious pedocircumcision and religiousness as resulting from castration complex. In this way it conceals the relation of circumcision to religiousness. Yet the psychoanalytic theory renames circumcision neuroses and renders the Circumcision complex undetectable. It even makes pedocircumcision appear rational and inconsequential. In this way psychoanalytic theory contributes for spreading pedocircumcision in atheistic circles.
Psychoanalytic theory increases incidence of Circumcision syndrome
The only Jewish stereotypes that Freud recognized are religiousness and intellectuality. Only the former, however, he found to have neurotic character. Freud didn’t detect the other important Jewish stereotypic traits that are widely considered archetypal for the Jewish ethnos from at least two millennia.
Due to its lack of understanding of foreskin sensitivity Freudianism does not recognize the mental and hence psychosocial effects of pedocircumcision. For this reason Freudian psychology has inadequate judgement on social role of sexuality. Thus it fails to relate Jewish stereotypic traits to sexuality and to unravel their relation to sexual suppression and traditional neonatal circumcision. Otherwise Jewish stereotypic traits are logically comprehensible as long-term psychological consequences of pedocircumcision.
Jewish stereotypic traits are intellectualism, religiousness, and abstractedness of god (that may be caused by sublimation of sensual impulse and by the resulting overdevelopment of abstract reasoning), acquisitiveness, hoarding and haggling (that are usual compensations for the feeling of deficiency), clannishness and ethnocentrism (that may be caused by common neurophysiological and related psychological dispositions combined with insecurity caused by pleasure deficiency), piousness, god-fearing and docility (that are apprehensive attitudes and normally result from uncertainty in conditions of stimulated abstract reasoning), pathetic disposition (that is naturally evoked by chronic disaffection and insecurity).
The effects of pedocircumcision are not directly perceived because there are no receptors for the lack of receptors. Circumcision removes erogenous sensitivity. In the long-term the desensitization it causes may be experienced as subtle sexual or general dissatisfaction and reserve. The sufferers are naturally disposed to attribute their disappointment to certain external factors of sexual suppression. And psychoanalysis readily invents such factors.
Neonatal circumcision may cause sexual frustrations that are considered typical for castration anxiety. The circumcision neuroses therefore may provoke the development and popularization of a sex-driven psychology. Freudian psychology, for instance, seems to be the result of a circumcision-induced neurosis.
Psychoanalytic theory conceals the psychological impact of pedocircumcision and helps its spreading and therefore multiplication of its psychological effects. Paradoxically, the apparently atheistic discipline disposes reasoning to abstract religiousness. Even more paradoxically, given that castration complex is outcome of the Circumcision complex and that psychoanalysis masks this relation it follows that psychoanalysis helps the spread of its central theme.
By masking the neurotic character of abstract reasoning psychoanalysis also indirectly backs other schools of abstract thought such as historical materialism and unrepresentative quantum physics including relativity theories. The abstract theories the invention of which pedocircumcision has obviously stimulated such as Marxism, Freudianism and Einsteinism – pay back by complete ignoring its effect on thinking. These theories extend, modernize and diversify the abstract monotheism that originally imposed pedocircumcision. They support indirectly by facilitating the abstract reasoning that is conductive to religiousness.