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Freud's 1933 Recommendation of Theodor Reik with Reik's Handwritten Definition of Psychology
FREUD, SIGMUND. (1856-1939). Austrian neurologist and founder of psychoanalysis. ADS. ("Prof. Dr. Sigm. Freud"). 1¼pp. 8vo. Vienna, October 30, 1933. On his personal Berggasse 19 stationery. To his protégé and friend, Austrian psychoanalyst THEODOR REIK (1888-1969). With Reik's autograph manuscript defining psychology. 1p. 8vo. N.p., n.d. In German with translations."TestimonialIt is a well-known fact for everybody who knows psychoanalytical literature that the numerous works of Dr. Theodor Reik about the application of psychoanalysis, especially those concerning religion and ritual, are among the best and most influential in the field, I would say even one of a kind. Whosoever has the opportunity should feel obligated to support Dr. Reik's career and to assist him in order to enable him to continue his work..."Reik's autograph manuscript about psychology states:"Technique Sais [?]Psychology is the scientific endeavor to master your own emotions using the object of another person through scientific understanding. If you want to know yourself, seeing how others fare forms only the less important intellectual side of this process where the direction is indicated correctly. When you see how others fare and compare yourself consciously with them, you will not profit much. [It is the] Beginning of understanding."Trained as a neurologist, Freud founded psychoanalysis, a clinical method for treating psychoses, after studying with the French expert in hypnosis and hysteria, Jean-Martin Charcot, from 1885-1886. Freud's ground-breaking The Interpretation of Dreams appeared in 1899, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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