A series of essays on varied topics, from the neurological as opposed to the psychiatric point of view. The immediate,...

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THE NEUROLOGIST'S POINT OF VIEW

A series of essays on varied topics, from the neurological as opposed to the psychiatric point of view. The immediate, cultural and religious causation of the neurosis in the Jew; anti-semitism as a neurosis which is ""emotional and unconscious in nature""; a critical appreciation of Freud; the dilemma of the mental disorder which is organic -- but cannot be treated organically; a review of Moses and Monotheism; a report on the Jewish and Russian colonisations, etc. etc. Market limited to field.

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Publisher: L. B. Fischer

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1945