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Mitchell, A. (1967). The Origins of Love and Hate. By Ian D. Suttle, M.D. Matrix House, Ltd., First Agora Printing, March, 1966, 220 pp., $ 1.95.. Am. J. Psychoanal., 27(2):210-211.

(1967). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 27(2):210-211

The Origins of Love and Hate. By Ian D. Suttle, M.D. Matrix House, Ltd., First Agora Printing, March, 1966, 220 pp., $ 1.95.

Review by:
Arnold Mitchell, M.D.

This book, first published in England in 1935, has a twofold intention: to present the author's own concept of human motivation, and to apply this to a refutation of several aspects of Freudian theory. The result is a work rich in ideas which stand out in bold contrast to the dominant psychology of that time. Here are several beginnings of new directions in the study of human nature which have been developed extensively in the last thirty years.

Suttie's ideas center around a strongly

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