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- Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 76.00
Henri F. Ellenberger, the Swiss medical historian, is best remembered today as the author of The Discovery of the Unconscious (1970), a brilliant, encyclopedic study of psychiatric theory and therapy from primitive times to the mid-twentieth century. However, in addition to this well-known work, Ellenberger has written over thirty essays in the... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 38.95
Originally published in 1928 in the Psyche Miniatures Medical Series , this title was an attempt to bring to the attention of British psychologists and psychiatrists some aspects of the work and thought of French psychologist Charles Blondel. Well known abroad but little known in England at the time, he was professor of Psychology at the University... more...
- Intercollegiate Studies Institute 2014; US$ 4.99
Psychology is frequently the most popular major on campus, but it can also be the most treacherous. In this guide, Daniel N. Robinson surveys the philosophical and historical roots of modern psychology and sketches the major schools and thinkers of the discipline. He also identifies those false prejudices?such as contempt for metaphysics and the... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2014; US$ 74.99
In Erik Erikson?s Verbal Portraits: Luther, Gandhi, Einstein, Jesus , Donald Capps contends that Erikson?s portraits of respective historical figures make a highly creative contribution to psychoanalytic discourse. more...
- Berghahn Books 2015; US$ 29.95
First published in 1946, Viktor Frankl's memoir Man's Search for Meaning remains one of the most influential books of the last century, selling over ten million copies worldwide and having been embraced by successive generations of readers captivated by its author's philosophical journey in the wake of the Holocaust. This long-overdue reappraisal... more...
- North Atlantic Books 2015; US$ 21.95
In a book that reframes the mental health debate, Robert L. Gallon challenges the widely-held notion that mental disorders are medical diseases. Drawing on his extensive experience as a psychologist who has worked with thousands of patients, he argues that there are no objective indicators of mental disorders and therefore no way of drawing a distinct... more...
- Dover Publications 2012; US$ 16.95
A pioneering scholarly investigation into the intersection of personality and cultural history, this study asserts that Freudian psychology is rooted in Judaism ? particularly, in the mysticism of the Kabbalah. It examines how Freud's Jewish heritage contributed, either consciously or unconsciously, to his psychological theories and clarifies the... more...
- Princeton University Press 2015; US$ 35.00
In 1945, at the end of the Second World War and after a long illness, C. G. Jung delivered a lecture in Zürich on the French Romantic poet Gérard de Nerval. The lecture focused on Nerval?s visionary memoir, Aurélia , which the poet wrote in an ambivalent attempt to emerge from madness. Published here for the first time, Jung?s lecture is both a cautionary... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 54.95
Originally published in 1928, the preface reads: "It is almost impossible to distinguish between what is ?elementary? and what is ?advanced? in regard to the nervous system. The constitution and functions of that system are so little matters of common knowledge that it would be safe to assume that practically nothing of its physiology is known to... more...