Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) was the inventor of psychoanalysis, psychosexual stages, and personality theory of Ego, Superego and Id. Freud may also refer to: Freud (crater), a lunar crater Freud (mini-series), a 1984 mini-series starring David Suchet ', a 1962 film by John Huston and starring Montgomery Clift Freud, a chimpanzee in the Kasakela community
A kohen (or cohen, Hebrew כּהן, 'priest', pl. כוהנים, kohanim or cohanim) is a Jew who is in direct patrilineal descent from the Biblical Aaron, older brother of Moses, and so comprise a family dynasty within the larger Jewish Levitical tribe. Kohanim enjoy an honored status in Judaism, with certain designated rights and responsibilities. Another term for the descendants of Aaron are the Aaronites or Aaronids.
Bernstein significa "âmbar" em alemão. Pode referir-se a: Charles Bernstein, poeta, crítico, editor e professor norte-americano. Eduard Bernstein, político e teórico político alemão. Leonard Bernstein, músico teuto-estadunidense. Sergei Natanovich Bernstein, matemático ucraniano. Basil Bernstein, sociólogo inglês
Frankfurter may refer to: a sausage as made in Frankfurt; a hot dog a resident of Frankfurt am Main, Germany a resident of Frankfurt (Oder), Germany Frankfurter is a German Jewish surname and may refer to: David Frankfurter (1909–1982), Hungarian/Croatian–Israeli Felix Frankfurter (1882–1965), Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Pulitzer may refer to: Pulitzer Prize, an annual U.S. journalism, literary, and music award Pulitzer, Inc. , a U.S. newspaper chain Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a non-profit organization for journalists
Dreyfus is a surname of habitational origin originating in the German city of Trier.. Dreyfus may refer to: Alfred Dreyfus and the Dreyfus affair, a French political scandal Louis Dreyfus Group, a company. Dreyfus Corporation, a Mellon Financial Corporation subsidiary. Disques Dreyfus, a French record label. Dreyfuss & Co, a Swiss luxury watch maker.
Spielberg may refer to: Spielberg fortress, Czech Republic Spielberg, Austria, known as the former location of the Austrian Grand Prix at the A1-Ring Castle of Spielberg, located in Spielberg, Austria, also known as Castle Arbesser, Schloss Spielberg and Schloss Arbesser Spielberg is a German surname and may refer to: Steven Spielberg (born 1946), American film director and producer Anne Spielberg (born 1949), American screenwriter and the sister of film director Steven Spielberg.
Stein is a German word meaning "stone". It may also refer to: Beer stein Stein (brewery), a beer brewery in Bratislava, Slovakia Stein (band), a German music group USS Stein (FF-1065), a frigate in the U.S. Navy Stein (journal), a Norwegian journal of "popular geology" Stein (grape), another name for the white wine grape Chenin blanc
Rothschild is a popular German surname. It is a habitational name from a house distinguished with a red sign (Middle High German rot = "red" + schild = "sign", "shield"), the earliest recorded example dating from the 13th century. The (approximately "Rote-shilt"), with the s part of the second syllable schild. In English the surname is usually pronounced /ˈrɒθ. tʃaɪld/ "Roth-child" or /ˈrɒθs. tʃaɪld/ "Roth's-child".
Mandelbrot, may refer to: Benoît Mandelbrot (b. 1924), a mathematician associated with fractal geometry, coined the term fractal Mandelbrot set, a fractal popularized by Benoît Mandelbrot Mandelbrot Competition, a math competition Szolem Mandelbrojt, a Polish-French mathematician Mandelbrodt, dessert associated with Eastern European Jews. Mandelbrodt virus, Fictional virus used by the BOFH Mandelbrotovy Kostičky - Czech music band
Crescas is a Jewish family name, there have been a number of writers and rabbis, including: Hasdai Crescas Vidal de Caslar Crescas Astruc Don Crescas Mordecai En Crescas, of Orange (Don) Vidal Crescas of Perpignan Abiathar ibn Crescas Ha-Kohen, doctor to King John II of Aragon (1458-79) Israel ben Joseph Halevi, better known as Crescas Caslari, Avignon, 1300s Meshullam ben Machir, Don Bonet Crescas de Lunel, French scholar who settled at Perpignan, where he died in 1306