Death of a jewish science offers a concise and intriguing introduction to the history of psychoanalysis in germany before during and after the nazi regime but reading in the more general recent historical literature on science and society in the third reich is required for a fuller understanding of the implications of this history. From the authorswe would like you to add to your reviews of death of a jewish sciencepsychoanalysis in the third reich a review or parts of a review by mark s micale which appeared as the lead review of the times literary supplementtls in its may 18 2001 edition. Examining the role of the continual trauma that the third reich had on individual psychoanalysts this text tracks the events of the transformation of the berlin psychoanalytic institute into the read more. Inspired by trends in secondary literature regarding the fate of psychoanalysis under the nazi regime the authors both professional psychologists conclude that the nature of freudian psychoanalysis precluded its effective practice within the third reichs antisemitic and totalitarian hold on society. Contends that the history of psychoanalysis in the third reich in germany can be fully understood only within the professional context of the history of medical psychology and psychotherapy and
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