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The early history of psychoanalysis in San Francisco begins in 1918 and ends in 1953. During those 35 years the San Francisco Bay Area witnessed the awakening of interest in psychoanalysis, the arrival of the European émigré analysts and the emergence of individuals and groups engaging in...
Situating psychoanalysis in the context of Jewish history, this paper takes up Freud's famous 1930 question: what is left in Judaism after one has abandoned faith in God, the Hebrew language and nationalism, and his answer: a great deal, perhaps the very essence, but an essence that we do not...
A previously unknown photograph of the old Emanuel Freud with his youngest daughter Bertha inspires an attempt to salvage what can be rescued of these lost lives and reminds us that history is always incomplete. Emanuel's appearances in Freud's dreams exemplify the dream-like aspects of the...
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