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Witenberg, E.G. (1990). Edward S. Tauber, M.D.. Contemp. Psychoanal., 26:181-182.

(1990). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 26:181-182

Edward S. Tauber, M.D.

Earl G. Witenberg, M.D.

THE CAREER OF EDWARD S. TAUBER and the course of the William Alanson White Institute were intertwined from the end of World War II (1945) until his death in 1988. It is difficult to talk of one without mentioning the other. Edward Tauber was a man sui generis and also a devoted talented member of the Institute

Ed was a member of the third generation of psychoanalysts. His psychoanalytic grandparents were Sandor Ferenczi, Hanns Sachs, and Wilhelm Wittenberg. His psychoanalytic parents were Erich Fromm and Clara Thompson. A quintessential Tauber remark made to me when I raised some questions about Fromm's thinking—"I know how illogical he can be, but I still think he's the best."

Ed was psychoanalytically trained at the New York Psychoanalytic before the war, before the splits.

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