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Haynal, A. Falzeder, E. (1991). ‘Healing through love’? A unique dialogue in the history of psychoanalysis. Free Associations, 2(1):1-20.

(1991). Free Associations, 2(1):1-20

The Psychoanalytic Movement

‘Healing through love’? A unique dialogue in the history of psychoanalysis

André Haynal and Ernst Falzeder

It is true that whenever a crisis broke out Freud invariably showed himself what he really was, a truly great man, who was always accessible and tolerant to new ideas, who was always willing to stop, think anew, even if it meant re-examining even his most basic concepts, in order to find a possibility for understanding what might be valuable in any new idea. It has never been asked whether something in Freud has or has not contributed to a critical increase of tension during the period preceding a crisis. Still less has any analyst bothered to find out what happened in the minds of those who came into conflict with Freud and what in their relationship to him and to psychoanalysis led to the exacerbation.

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