Toward the end of his life, Freud remembered his 1904 journey to Athens to realize a life-long dream: The ascent to the Acropolis. Upon arriving on the Greek Temple Mount, Freud, however, confesses his confusion: "According to the evidence of my senses," he remembers, "I am now standing on the Acropolis, but," he continues, "I can’t believe it." Freud’s arrival in "sacred...