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by E. James Lieberman MD,Robert Kramer PhD,Gregory C. Richter PhD

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Author: E. James Lieberman MD,Robert Kramer PhD,Gregory C. Richter PhD
ISBN: 1421403544
ISBN13: 978-1421403540
Language: English
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press; 1 edition (January 31, 2012)
Pages: 384
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James Lieberman and Robert Kramer are among the most distinguished authorities on Otto Rank.

James Lieberman and Robert Kramer are among the most distinguished authorities on Otto Rank. Robert A. Segal, author of Myth: A Very Short Introduction).

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Sigmund Freud’s relationship with Otto Rank was the most constant, close, and significant of his professional life. Freud considered Rank to be the most brilliant of his disciples. Most interestingly, the letters trace Rank’s growing independence, the father-son schism over Rank’s "anti-Oedipal" heresy, his surprising reconciliation with Freud, and the moment when they parted ways permanently.

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384 p. ISBN-10: 1421403544; ISBN-13: 978-1421403540. Sigmund Freud’s relationship with Otto Rank was the most constant, close, and significant of his professional life. This complete collection of the known correspondence between the two brings to life their twenty-year collaboration and their painful break. The 250 letters compiled by E. James Lieberman and Robert Kramer humanize and dramatize psychoanalytic thinking, practice, and organization from 1906 through 1925. of Sigmund Freud in 1905 Otto Rank Family. The letters concern not just the work and trenchant contemporaneous observations of Freud and Rank but also their friendships, supporters, rivals, families, travels, and other personal and professional matters.

Author: Lieberman, James E. and Robert Kramer (ed., Gregory Richter (trans. Far fewer of Freud’s letters to Rank have survived: only about a quarter of the 250 letters are from Freud, and of those, a third are consigned to the appendix Minor Letters. Those letters are by and large quite uninteresting ( I am in possession of a registered letter addressed to you reads one entire letter from Freud to Rank) (. 93).

Letters translated by Gregory C. Richter 2012 The Johns Hopkins University Press All rights reserved. Published 2012 Printed in the United States of America on acid-free paper 2 4 6 8 9 7 5 3 1. Published by arrangement with the Estate of Otto Rank and The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York. For the Sigmund Freud Letters. p. ; cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Gregory C. Richter, E. Sigmund Freud's relationship with Otto Rank was the most constant, close, and significant of his professional life. The two collaborated on psychoanalytic writing, practice, and politics; Rank was the managing director of Freud's publishing house; and after several years helping Freud update his masterpiece, The Interpretation of Dreams, Rank contributed two chapters. His was the only other name ever to be listed on the title page.

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Beydar
This is an engaging and masterful history of the contributions of two prominent professionals to the development of psychoanalytic theory during the early 20th century: master Sigmund Freud, MD, and student Otto Rank, Psychologist. Drawing from their original letters written from 1906-1925, Lieberman and Kramer take us on a journey that reveals the poignant relationships, controversies, and challenges they shared that ended in a miserable parting in 1926. Reading these letters, the reader is privileged to walk around in their minds and to understand first hand how their differences exploded into personal attacks that reduced their ability to communicate as professionals. While there were real differences in their basic premises-Freud's biological focus, and Rank's concept of will, they shared a passion to advance and develop psychoanalytic theory. Students of history, psychology, sociology, and even medicine have much to learn from this excellent scholarly work as to how knowledge and wisdom developed and affected change in the practice of mental health. I wish this intriguing book had been available when I was a practicing mental health professional during the 1950s and early 1960s. The Epilogue is powerpacked.
Heraly
An important addition to the literature of Rank and Freud. Unfortunately it is not very literary - few connecting ideas and context. Provides the information in a catalogue style that gives little feel for what was occurring at the time.
Ytli
Editors E. James Lieberman and Robert Kramer have put together
a gripping tale, and in discreetly non-judgmental ways, while doing
a service to psychoanalysis. The correspondence between Freud and
Rank is interwoven with a narrative that brings to light the intrigues
and competitions that shaped the beginning years of the psychoanalytic
movement. Most significantly, the correspondence and narrative make
prominent the banished "aliens" who broke away from Freud, especially
Rank--who stayed and endured for so long and with such dedication. Courage
and dedication aside, no wonder Rank's writings are of singular import.
Rank was not only the first to write on "object relations" in psychoanalysis,
but, with Ferenczi, emphasized the import of feelings in psychotherapy and
the import of creativity and the labors of the artist in everyday life.
Stunning! Wonderfully illuminating!
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