By Bettelheim, Bruno; Fisher, David James; Bettelheim, Bruno; Ekstein, Rudolf
?A self-declared 'critical admirer? and ultimate convinced of Bruno Bettelheim, David James Fisher succeeds with as balanced and nuanced a portrayal as turns out attainable of the nature, the lifetime contributions, and the ultimate justifications of a such a lot debatable psychoanalytic eminence. Bettelheim used to be right away the heart of significant specialist polemics, and whilst, the psychoanalyst who, after Sigmund Freud and Erik Erikson, has had the best impression at the wider tradition of the 20th century. Fisher's e-book is very urged analyzing for all excited by the interaction of principles and personas within the evolving historical past of the psychoanalytic position within the scheme of human development.?Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D., Emeritus Professor and previous Chair, division of Psychiatry, collage of California, San Francisco university of Medicine.?These glowing own essays on Bettelheim, a pathbreaker of recent ego psychology, who has been savagely attacked and deprecated in view that his demise seventeen years in the past, repair the fellow and his paintings in old, scientific, and human context for the modern clinician and educated reader. Fisher has performed a ultimate task of bringing this complicated, interesting determine to life.?Peter J. Loewenberg, Ph.D., Professor of heritage and Political Psychology, college of California at l. a., former Director of schooling, New middle for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles.?David James Fisher has written a relocating, own portrait of Bruno Bettelheim as philosopher, author, and good friend. His tale of Bettelheim over the past years of his lifestyles makes for riveting analyzing, as does his balanced view of either Bettelheim's character and his many contributions to psychoanalysis and the therapy of disturbed childrens. Fisher's paintings is a important quantity within the heritage of psychoanalysis in the United States, and a superb narrative approximately this tremendously advanced man.?Joseph Reppen, Ph.D., Editor, Psychoanalytic Psychology and Chair, Council of Editors of Psychoanalytic Journals. Read more...
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Bettelheim : living and dying by Bettelheim, Bruno; Fisher, David James; Bettelheim, Bruno; Ekstein, Rudolf