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First thus. A volume combining two works previously published by Knopf. Will Therapy presents Rank's ideas for the treatment of neurosis; Truth and Reality his psychology in contradistinction to that of his mentor, Freud.
Hardcover, 307 pages
Published 1945 by Alfred A. Knopf (NYC) (first published 1936)

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Erik Graff
Dec 27, 2011 Erik Graff rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: Rank fans
Recommended to Erik by: some teacher probably
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Psychoanalytic theory and its offshoots were very big in New York while I studied at Union Theological Seminary and Columbia University during the later seventies. This was presumably assigned for a class at one of those two schools or possibly as a reading for the internship seminars at St. Lukes Medical Center. In any case, it got me to avoid reading any more of Otto Rank.
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Born in Vienna as Otto Rosenfeld, he was one of Sigmund Freud's closest colleagues for 20 years, a prolific writer on psychoanalytic themes, an editor of the two most important analytic journals, managing director of Freud's publishing house and a creative theorist and therapist. In 1926, Otto Rank left Vienna for Paris. For the remaining 14 years of his life, Rank had a successful career as a ...more
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