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Luria, A. (1925). Russian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:243-245.

(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:243-245

Russian Psycho-Analytical Society

Al. Luria

Second—Fourth Quarters

May 15, 1924. Wilhelm Rohr: Notes on method in active and passive therapy. The speaker gave a summary of the history of recent psycho-analytical methods and indicated briefly the main points under discussion as regards active and passive therapy.

May 29, 1924. Al. R. Luria: Psycho-analysis as a system of monistic psychology. The old experimental psychology was always idealistic and of the nature of a 'mosaic'. Psycho-analysis alone has had the courage to take two big steps towards the monistic 'whole-psychology', (1) by pointing to the erotogenic zones as contributory factors in mental development (the fundamental principle of organic psychology) and (2) by considering personality in its inter-relations with social environment.

June 19, 1924. Wilhelm Rohr: Sinology and psycho-analysis. This paper was mainly a short résumé of a paper read before the Berlin Society.

October 9, 1924. Professor A. A. Siderov: The application of psycho-analysis to art. Some studies in the æsthetics of dreams as manifested specifically in painters, sculptors and architects; the peculiarity of the sexual symbols in these cases.

October 15, 1924. Business Meeting.

October 28, 1924. A. E. Brussilowski (guest of the Society): What does psycho-analysis contribute to practical criminology? Psycho-analysis is of great use in criminology: various parapraxes enable us better to understand the motives underlying the known facts.

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