|Author:||Bernard J. Paris,Karen Horney|
|Title:||The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Culture, and Psychoanalysis|
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|Category:||Psychology and Counseling|
|Publisher:||Yale University Press; First Edition edition (February 9, 2000)|
Beginning with his biography of Karen Horney in 1994 (1). Bernard Paris, a professor of English at the University of Flor-. ida, has taken Horney’s work as his special field of study, bridging literary theory and psychoanalysis. Horney’s unique psychoanalytic thinking about character to.
Writings of Karen Horney": p. 343-350. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 351-352) and index. Personal Name: Horney, Karen, 1885-1952. Personal Name: Paris, Bernard J. Rubrics: Psychoanalysis. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
Published by: Yale University Press. Karen Horney originally presented the following remarks at the symposium Human Nature Can Change, held at the town hall in New York City on 19 March 1952, under the auspices of the Auxiliary Council to the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. The other participants were Harold Kelman, Paul Tillich, and Frederick A. Weiss.
Mari Jo Buhle, "The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Culture, and Psychoanalysis. Bernard J. Paris," Isis 92, no. 1 (Ma. 2001): 242-243. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. The History of Medicine and the Scientific Revolution. Science and Orthodox Christianity: An Overview. Nicolaidis et al. Ten Problems in History and Philosophy of Science. Technophilic Hubris and Espionage Styles during the Cold War. Macrakis
This volume of writings by the psychoanalyst Karen Horney (1885-1952) completes the publication of her previously unpublished and uncollected work. It includes pieces on feminine psychology and the relations between the sexes as well as on other aspects of psychoanalytic theory. The book also may contain heavy highlighting and notes. Thank you for supporting Goodwill Industries of Ventura and Santa Barbara County in our mission to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families through education, skills training, and the power of employment. The male-centric powers of psychoanalysis tried to erase Dr. Horney from history, but her rational theories and origins of feminine psychology are worth studying.
He has, in what seems to be a companion volume to The Therapeutic Process: Essays and Lectures, let Karen Horney speak for herself and from her own experience as she moved away from orthodox analytic generalizations and toward ideas rooted in the particularities of individual experience
Publisher : Sandpiper Books. Category : Psychoanalysis. Catalogue No : 10610. ISBN 13 : 9780300080421. ISBN 10 : 0300080425. Also by Karen Horney. The therapeutic process: Essays and lectures. Also by Bernard J. Paris Price £1. 0. This volume of writings by the psychoanalyst Karen Horney (1885-1952) completes the publication of her unpublished and uncollected work.
This volume of writings by the distinguished psychoanalyst Karen Horney (1885-1952) completes the. The material in Part 1 provides an important supplement to Feminine Psychology, the book that established Horney as the first great psychoanalytic feminist. It reveals aspects of Horney's early thought not fully developed elsewhere, along with the views about feminine psychology and the relations between the sexes that reflect her later thinking. Part 2 deepens our understanding of the final two phases of Karen Horney's thought - her break with Freud and proposal of a new psychoanalytic paradigm in the 1930s, and her mature theory, developed in the 1940s.
Horney was born Karen Danielsen on 16 September 1885 in Blankenese, Germany, near Hamburg. Her father, Berndt Wackels Danielsen (1836–1910), was Norwegian but had German citizenship . The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Culture, and Psychoanalysis, ed. Paris, Yale University Press, New Haven, 2000.