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Ross, N. (1958). Psychoanalysis and Religion. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:519-539.

(1958). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 6:519-539

Psychoanalysis and Religion

Nathaniel Ross, M.D.

It will occasion no surprise that of the nine books here under consideration, all but one represent various attempts at reconciling psychiatry (and psychoanalysis) with religion. And if the number of such volumes appears formidable for one essay in this section, it could easily be multiplied many times during a span of only the past five years.

This trend toward a synthesis between psychiatry and religion is simply one aspect of the "religious revival" in the contemporary scene. Within the domain of organized psychiatry there are open and powerful affirmations of the desirability of such a rapprochement.

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