Nazi Psychoanalysis - Vol. 1

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NAZI PSYCHOANALYSIS

VOLUME I
Only Psychoanalysis Won the War

Laurence A. Rickels

FOREWORD BY BENJAMIN BENNETT

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Foreword vii
  • Achtung - A Preface to Nazi Psychoanalysis xv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1994 3
  • The Californians 11
  • 1985 14
  • A Couple More Mistakes 17
  • Steady State 21
  • Eat Your Words 26
  • Memoirs 31
  • Show of Resistance 37
  • Reintroduction 41
  • The Setting 43
  • But is It Good for the Jews? 45
  • Covered! 49
  • Family Packaging 53
  • Panic of Influence 55
  • First Part 59
  • Another False Start 61
  • Faust, Freud, and the Missing Entries—into War 64
  • The Cinema of War Neurosis 76
  • Suckarama 87
  • In Love and War 91
  • Nietzsche Baby 95
  • Adult Hood 99
  • Jung Hitler 104
  • Going Out for Business 107
  • Between the Wars 109
  • Policy 119
  • Dsm3rd Reich 125
  • Shot Shocks 133
  • Cry Me 144
  • Signal Degeneration 154
  • Simulations 162
  • 1915 174
  • Nice like Eissler 180
  • Unstoppable 185
  • Good Machine 188
  • Invitation to the Vampire 191
  • 1905/1909 200
  • Like, You Know, I Don't Know 204
  • Spiritual Child 207
  • We Won! 216
  • The Hitler Principle 224
  • Elastic Anschluß 228
  • Not So Fast 236
  • Pass the Buck 240
  • In the Family 243
  • He's Got a Group Mind To… 246
  • French Frieze 252
  • Doyle Cover 254
  • Trot Out 257
  • Mourning Ant Melancholia 262
  • Mickey Marx 268
  • References 285
  • Filmography 295
  • Index 297
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