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Pseudomedicine
A pseudoscience that claimed to incorporate new approaches to child-rearing, medicine and psychiatry, which was accomplished by using an Orgone Accumulator, a fraudulent device alleged to recharge a person’s orgone (the energy of sexual orgasm).
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Es tambien la principal idea por la que difiere de Wilhelm Reich, quien relegaba el psicoanalisis a la esfera psiquica subjetiva, rechazando su aplicacion en la esfera socioeconomica objetiva para fundamentar y explicar el objeto del marxismo.
For the psychological content of the essay, Mailer acknowledges a debt to two main sources: Robert Lindner and Wilhelm Reich.
(9) The same view was expressed by Wilhelm Reich, Fromm and the other stalwarts of the Frankfurt School.
Energetica e epistemologia no nascimento da obra de Wilhelm Reich. Dissertacao de Mestrado, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo.
Varios analistas jovenes, entre ellos Wilhelm Reich y Otto Fenichel, crearon un grupo de activistas politicos que creian en la importancia de un Estado socialdemocrata.
The roster of those who devoted at least some of their time to clinic practice includes many familiar names: Sigmund and Anna Freud, Erik Erikson, Carl Jung, Bruno Bettelheim, Melanie Klein, Wilhelm Reich, Karen Horney, Erich Fromm, and Alfred Adler.
Joining with the social democratic and artistic movements that were sweeping across Central and Western Europe, analysts such as Freud, Wilhelm Reich, Erik Erikson, Karen Horney, Erich Fromm, and Helene Deutsch envisioned a new role for psychoanalysis.
In the shadow of the Cold War's own unique plague-cloud--the mushrooms sprouting over Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the New Mexico desert and South Pacific islands--the psychologist Wilhelm Reich also came to discover a spiritual pathology in the weather.
The contributors include Helene Deutsch, Wilhelm Reich, John Bowlby, Phyllis Greenacre, August Aichhorn, Adelaide Johnson, Donald Winnicott, Betty Joseph, Nevill Symington, Ben Bursten, Otto Kernberg, as well as o32ther scholars and practitioners.
Of all the leading second-wave feminists, Greer was the one who bought most deeply into the civilisational critique as developed by the writers of the Frankfurt School and other Freudian-influenced critics such as Wilhelm Reich. Underwriting her attack on female eunuchery was an attack on the predicament of the human being in industrial civilisation--the former a particular expression of the general deformation of free, spontaneous, creative existence caused by the latter.
To Anna Freud's fury, her father's late, once discredited nemesis Wilhelm Reich came into fashion.
In this article, he defines the work of Wilhelm Reich, a physician and a student and colleague of Sigmund Freud in the 1920s and early 1930s, who developed medical orgone therapy, a unique therapy that addresses and dissolves chronic rigidities in both the patient's character and musculature.