Have you heard about "Freud's Last Session" performing at the Century Theatre in Detroit? Though Lewis and Freud are not said to have met, the premise provides a good contrast of the two thinkers, one that was also presented by Walden Media's "The Question of God."
Here's an except from the Detroit paper:
Lewis, who admits that he has sometimes struggled with issues of faith, has come to the conclusion that life is meaningless without true belief. Freud dismisses this notion as poppycock, something that can easily be explained away during a brief stay on a psychiatrist's couch. But even when the argument grows heated, the men share a mutual respect.
Faith isn't the only topic the two great minds discuss. The escalating war is obviously on their minds, and never far from Freud's is his daughter Anna. Lewis mentions her on several occasions, making the none-too-subtle observation that the father-daughter bond between them is much stronger than Freud would care to analyze.Read the complete article. The play runs through November 20.