Click Here to Read: Mind, Remind Me: Experience, Generate Comparisons, Interpret by Merle Molofsky from Symposium 2015: Brain, Mind and Body at Goldwurm Auditorium, Mount Sinai Medical Center on March 21, 2015.
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Click Here to Read: Elio Frattaroli’s Presentation at Symposium 2015: Brain, Mind, and Body.
Click Here to Read: Love, Aggression, Ambivalence: Brain-Mind Links by Jay Evans Harris for Symposium 2015 on Saturday March 21st at Goldwurm Auditorium, Mount Sinai Medical Center.
Click Here to Read: Countertransference: My analysis with Harold Searles: An psychoanalyst reflects on her experience of meeting and being analyzed by Harold Searles By Ann-Louise S. Silver on the Division 39 website in DIVISION/Review in the April 2012 Issue.
Click Here to Read: Nonhuman Environment, In Normal Development and in Schizophrenia by Harold F. Searles, M.D.
Click Here to Read: The Nature of the Child’s Tie to His Mother by John Bowlby from International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 1958, 39, 350-373 on the SUNYSB website.
Click Here to Read: The Conscious Id by Mark Solms in Neuropsychoanalysis: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Psychoanalysis and the Neurosciences. 15:1, 5-19.
Click Here to Read: The Starry Sky & the Still Small Voice: Sigmund Freud on the Jewish Virtual Library Website.
Click Here to View: Prof. Salman Akhtar on The Paternal in Culture and Psychoanalysis on YouTube.
Click Here to Read: The Great Escape: World War II, Neo-Freudianism, and the Origins of U.S. Psychocultural Analysis by Edward J. K. Gitre in History of the Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 47(1), 18–43 Winter 2011.
Click Here to Read: What Man Has Made of Man: A Study of the Consequences of Platonism and Postivism in Psychology by Mortimer J. Adler on the archive.com website.
Click Here to Read: John Stuart Mill’s relationships, his “mental crisis,” and the writing of The Subjection of Women by Şule Özler, Ph.D. and Pys.D. on the UCLA website.
Click Here to Read: Sigmund Freud’s Jewish Identity: Evidence From his Correspondence by Moshe Gresser.
Click Here to Read: On The Jewish Question by Karl Marx, Written: Autumn 1843; First Published: February, 1844 in Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher, on the Marxists.org website.
Click Here to Read: The Mass Psychology of Fascism By Wilhelm Reich with English translation by Theodore P. Wolfe on the Relatedness.
Click Here to Read: Interview with Otto Kernberg by Adriana Prengler.
This article originally appeared as Prengler, A (2001) Interview with Otto Kernberg TrOPICOS: Revista de Psicoanálisis Año IX, vol 1. 2001 and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions. This article is in Spanish.
Although the term “anti-Semitism” was coined in 1860 by a liberal Jew named Moritz Steinschneider, it was Wilhelm Marr, a German nationalist, erstwhile socialist, and lifelong pamphleteer and agitator who popularized the term and added a layer of pseudo-scientific racial theorizing to anti-Jewish hatred when he published his best-known and best-selling work, The Victory of Judaism over Germanism, on this date in 1879. Marr worked as a businessman and journalist and married a series of four women, the first three of whom Jewish or part-Jewish. A German nationalist who favored unifying the German states into a nation, Marr argued that Jews should be excluded from that unification unless they were thoroughly committed to assimilation. The Pan-German League in which he was active would eventually adopt Marr’s racist ideas and bar Jews from membership — yet in the final years of his life (he died at 84 in 1904) this patriarch of Nazism actually renounced his conjuring of “the business of anti-Semitism” in an essay, “Testament of an Anti-Semite.”
Click Here to Read: Victory of Judaism over Germanism: Viewed from a Nonreligious Point of View by Wilhelm Marr publsihed in Bern by Rudolph Costenoble in 1879, Translation Copyright © 2009 Gerhard Rohringer on the Kevin MacDonald.net website.
Click Here to Read: Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy & Counselling Behavioral Sciences Most Read on Taylor & Francis Online.
Click Here to Read: Psychology Sunday: Martin Bergmann on this webs
Click Here to Read: Martin Bergmann Memorial 3-9-2014 on this website.
Click Here to Read: A Note by Michael Bergmann about the year since his father’s passing.