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(1970). Psyche, 24, Nos. 1–6, 1970: ULRICH SONNEMANN (Am Jagdweg 1, 8 Munich 90, Germany). Hegel und Freud: die Kritik der 'Phänomenologie' am Begriff der psychologischen Notwendigkeit und ihre anthropologischen Konsequenzen (Hegel and Freud: critique of the Phenomenology of Mind concerning psychological necessity and its anthropological consequences). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 51:524.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche, 24, Nos. 1–6, 1970: ULRICH SONNEMANN (Am Jagdweg 1, 8 Munich 90, Germany). Hegel und Freud: die Kritik der 'Phänomenologie' am Begriff der psychologischen Notwendigkeit und ihre anthropologischen Konsequenzen (Hegel and Freud: critique of the Phenomenology of Mind concerning psychological necessity and its anthropological consequences)

(1970). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 51:524

Psyche, 24, Nos. 1–6, 1970: ULRICH SONNEMANN (Am Jagdweg 1, 8 Munich 90, Germany). Hegel und Freud: die Kritik der 'Phänomenologie' am Begriff der psychologischen Notwendigkeit und ihre anthropologischen Konsequenzen (Hegel and Freud: critique of the Phenomenology of Mind concerning psychological necessity and its anthropological consequences)

Hegel demonstrates the logical doubts which afflict any psychological theory insofar as it attempts to unravel the true interlacing of subject and society with naive concepts of nature and to substitute a solipsistic metaphysic. The author, departing from this demonstration, pleads for an epistemological revision of Freudian theory in the direction of convergence with a material critique of society. The subjective view of the world feeds upon the experience of strangeness and impotence of individuals in regard to collective institutions. Instead of penetrating the subjective view of the world in this way, Freudian theory makes it into a methodological principle ('psychologism'). An escape from these epistemological difficulties appears in the form of a practice aimed against objectified man as a reversible entity.

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(1970). Psyche, 24, Nos. 1–6, 1970. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 51:524

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