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Death of a "Jewish science" : psychoanalysis in the Third Reich / James E. Goggin and Eileen Brockman Goggin.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: RC503 .G63 2001

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    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Goggin, James E., 1940-
    Published
    West Lafayette, Ind. : Purdue University Press, c2001
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Part I : The background
    1. The way they were : the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute (BPI) emerges as a role model for the profession
    2. The role of the Göring Institute in the endurance and modification of the psychoanalytic continuum in Germany
    Part II : Political ideology and psychoanalysis
    3. Totalitarianism and psychoanalysis
    4. The rise and fall of Marxism within the psychoanalytic movement
    5. Jung and Jungian psychology : the theoretical color bearer for the new German (Nazi) psychotherapy
    Part III : Hitler in power
    6. The beginnings of Nazi rule and the initial reaction of the psychoanalytic community
    7. M.H. Göring : head of the German Medical Society for Psychotherapy and the Göring Institute
    8. The Freudian response to the Nazi threat in Germany : Jones and the IPA
    9. The Göring Institute
    10. The integration of the Nazi medical principles of healing and extermination within the Göring Institute : the roles of M. H. Göring and Herbert Linden
    11. "Finis Austriae" (The end of Austria) or "The stronghold of Jewish psychotherapy has fallen"
    12. Compromise, collaboration, and resistance among the psychoanalysts during the Third Reich : Carl Müller-Braunschweig, Käthe Dräger, and John Rittmeister
    Part IV : Psychoanalysis in Germany after the Third Reich : the long road back
    13. War's end
    14. Postwar legacies
    Part V : Some conclusions
    15. The continuity vs. discontinuity of psychoanalysis during the Third Reich
    16. Do all roads we traveled lead to Werner Kemper as a source of disinformation?
    17. Thoughts about psychoanalysis in Germany : perspectives and prospectives.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Goggin, Eileen Brockman, 1941-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-233) and index.
    Part I : The background -- 1. The way they were : the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute (BPI) emerges as a role model for the profession -- 2. The role of the Göring Institute in the endurance and modification of the psychoanalytic continuum in Germany -- Part II : Political ideology and psychoanalysis -- 3. Totalitarianism and psychoanalysis -- 4. The rise and fall of Marxism within the psychoanalytic movement -- 5. Jung and Jungian psychology : the theoretical color bearer for the new German (Nazi) psychotherapy -- Part III : Hitler in power -- 6. The beginnings of Nazi rule and the initial reaction of the psychoanalytic community -- 7. M.H. Göring : head of the German Medical Society for Psychotherapy and the Göring Institute -- 8. The Freudian response to the Nazi threat in Germany : Jones and the IPA -- 9. The Göring Institute -- 10. The integration of the Nazi medical principles of healing and extermination within the Göring Institute : the roles of M. H. Göring and Herbert Linden -- 11. "Finis Austriae" (The end of Austria) or "The stronghold of Jewish psychotherapy has fallen" -- 12. Compromise, collaboration, and resistance among the psychoanalysts during the Third Reich : Carl Müller-Braunschweig, Käthe Dräger, and John Rittmeister -- Part IV : Psychoanalysis in Germany after the Third Reich : the long road back -- 13. War's end -- 14. Postwar legacies -- Part V : Some conclusions -- 15. The continuity vs. discontinuity of psychoanalysis during the Third Reich -- 16. Do all roads we traveled lead to Werner Kemper as a source of disinformation? -- 17. Thoughts about psychoanalysis in Germany : perspectives and prospectives.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1557531935
    Physical Description
    xvi, 242 p. ; 24 cm.

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