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|"The first lady whom I asked to read the manuscript said smilingly: M̀any of your impressions about us (women) are correct. No man should read the book!' A few seconds later, she said: Òr rather, every man should read the book!|
|Case histories are used to show that a psychoanalyst's ability to understand and relate to his patients reflects his skills of self-observation and self-analysis|
|he believes the dynamics of masochism require considerably more elucidation |
than Freud offered. Like the other second-generation Freudians, Reik remains
closely oriented toward clinical practice; he gives clinical considerations priority ...
|Moreover, Reik points out correctly that the Original Sin doctrine started with |
Christianity's claims of its atonement through the Crucifixion. In sayings attributed
to Christ himself, Original Sin is never mentioned. The Fall story itself appears in
|Theodor Reik ( 1888-1969 ) THEODOR REIK was born in Vienna on May 12, |
1888, the sixth of seven children, to Max and Caroline Reik. At the time of his
birth, his older brothers Hugo and Otto were fifteen and fourteen years old and
|The contents of this correspondence, in which Jones, as always, played a major |
role, has a very sad and disturbing edge to it at times Reik emerges from it as one
of the most troublesome of all the "Sorgen- kinder". Jones, of course, had tried ...
|Meningitis can be the first symptom of Lyme disease (Reik et al., 1979; Pachner |
and Steere, 1985; Reik, Burgdorfer and Donaldson, 1986), it is preceded by
erythema chronicum migrans in 80—90% of patients, then usually beginning
about a ...
|New York: Farrar, Rinehart, 1940. Reik, T. Listening with the third ear. New York: |
Farrar, Straus, 1948. Reik, T. Fragment of a great confession. New York: Farrar,
Straus, 1949. (a) Reik, T. Masochism in modern man. (M. H. Beigel, & G. M. Kurth,