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Hanna H Ch 1 Abt 1921 1945

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Author: Berlinische Galerie
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Category : Artists
Languages : de
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The Case Of Sigmund Freud

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Author: Sander L. Gilman
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Category : Medical
Languages : en
Pages : 298
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Book Description: ""There is no category of supposed human beings that comes closer to the orangutan than does a Polish Jew," said a Bavarian writer, reflecting the eighteenth-century view that Jews were profoundly flawed. The Jewish body, popular opinion held, was malformed - from feet to nose - and predisposed to a host of illnesses ranging from the plague to hysteria. The Jewish soul had a peculiar stench. The Jewish libido had a tendency toward incest. The Jewish gaze was pathological, and precluded the possibility of unbiased observation. By the close of the nineteenth century, these ideas had found their way into European medical journals, and the medical establishment was convinced that Jews were both diseased and perverted. It was an interesting time to be a Jewish physician." "In The Case of Sigmund Freud, Sander Gilman traces the "medicalization" of Jewishness in the science and medicine of turn-of-the-century Vienna, and the ways in which Jewish physicians responded to the effort to incorporate this racist biological literature into medical practice. Focusing on the new science of psychoanalysis, Gilman looks at the strategic devices Sigmund Freud employed to detach himself from the stigma of being Jewish and shows how Freud's work in psychoanalysis evolved in response to the biological discourse of the time." "In order to circumvent the prevailing debates about race, Gilman argues, Freud carefully formulated the particular biological charges against the Jew into a universal definition of a human being. As a consequence, his early psychoanalytic theories transcended the controversies about biological determinism, and yet remained framed by them."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved


The Jew S Body

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Author: Sander L. Gilman
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 303
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Book Description: "Drawing on a wealth of medical and historical materials, Sander Gilman sketches details of the anti-Semitic rhetoric about the Jewish body and mind, including medical and popular depictions of the Jewish voice, feet, and nose. Case studies illustrate how Jews have responded to such public misconceptions as the myth of the cloven foot and Jewish flat-footedness, the proposed link between the Jewish mind and hysteria, and the Victorians' irrational connection between Jews and prostitutes. Gilman is especially concerned with the role of psychoanalysis in the construction of anti-Semitism, examining Freud's attitude towards his own Jewishness and its effect on his theories, as well as the supposed "objectiveness" of psychiatrists and social scientists."--Pub. desc.


Literarische Satire Des Exils Gegen Nationalsozialismus Und Hitlerdeutschland

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Author: Rolf Tauscher
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Category : Anti-Nazi movement
Languages : de
Pages : 254
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Book Description: Discusses, in chronological order, satires against Nazism written by emigre German writers between 1933-39. Among the central themes was Nazi racial policy, although none of the writers understood its full implications, as would later be manifested in the Holocaust.


Hannah H Ch

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Author: Hannah Höch
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Category : Dadaism
Languages : de
Pages : 222
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Book Description: Cet ouvrage riche en images présente une des reines du mouvement Dada et pionnière du photomontage, avec des travaux jusqu'ici inédits.Hannah Höch (1889 - 1978) est peut-être l'artiste allemande la plus considérable de l'époque moderne classique, et son oeuvre a trouvé une grande reconnaissance internationale. Le livre regroupe environ 160 de ses travaux, depuis les photomontages de la période Dada jusqu'aux travaux de collage inspirés par le Pop art.


Ich 1871 1936

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Author: Salomo Friedlaender
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Category : Authors, German
Languages : de
Pages : 151
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The Import Of Nothing

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Author: Stephen C. Foster
Publisher: G K Hall
ISBN: 9780816173860
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Category : Art
Languages : en
Pages : 241
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Book Description: In examining Dada in the Low Countries, Hubert van den Berg is faced with a complex situation that as much critiqued as embraced Dada. Largely an individual affair, and lacking the community "center" of Dada in Zurich, Berlin and the other Dada "capitals," van den Berg focuses equally on Dada's reception and on its exercise. Primarily a case of selective appropriation, Dada in the Low Countries nevertheless possessed an international reach, achieved in the relationships it posed between Dada and the Post-World War I Constructivist International and De Stijl. For the author, Dada in Belgium and the Netherlands is less a case of its "story" than of specific cases of its "use." The involvement of Clement Pansaers, Paul van Ostaijen, Theo van Doesburg, and German artist Kurt Schwitters, figure prominently in the historical mapping of van den Berg's complex and elusive subject.


Creative License

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Author: Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3709160235
Size: 60.81 MB
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Category : Psychology
Languages : en
Pages : 312
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Book Description: The time is ripe, more than fifty years after the publication of the magnum opus by Perls, Hefferline & Goodman, to publish a book on the topic of cre ativity in Gestalt therapy. The idea for this book was conceived in March 2001, on the island of Sicily, at the very first European Conference of Gestalt Therapy Writers of the European Association [or Gestalt Therapy. Our start ing point was an article on art and creativity in Gestalt therapy, which was presented there by one of the editors, and illuminated by a vision, held by the other editor, of bringing together colleagues from around the world to contribute to a qualified volume on the subject of creativity within the realm of Gestalt therapy. We wanted to continue the professional discourse inter nationally and capture the synergetic effects of experienced colleagues' re flections on various aspects of our chosen subject. Moreover, we intended to explore how the theoretical reflection of one's practice can inspire effective interventions and, vice versa, how the discussion of practical experiences can shape new theoretical directions. Hence, our aim in this book is to create a forum on the concept of creativ ity in Gestalt therapy.