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This article examines the psychology of radicalism. The author argues a number of points, including the following: (1) the term radical is unfortunately applied to all who offend social tradition and superstition, (2) this use of the caption "radical" as a blanket term is misleading and illogical...
Reviews the book, by Clara Endicott Sears (1924). This essay in the historical branch of social psychology makes an important contribution to the history of American life and in a form more interesting than all but the very exceptional novel. It deals with the rise and fall of the delusion in the...
This article provides a psychiatric study of Ibsen's It is argued that Peer Gynt is without question as full of life, as full of individuality as any living man could be and as any hero of a poem should be. And if we comprehend this, we are not allowed to relate any of the drama's actions, any of...