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(1971). Psyche, 24, Nos. 7–9, 1970: ALEXANDER MITSCHERLICH (Sigmund-freud-Institut, 6 Frankfurt am Main, Myliusstrasse 20, Germany). Protest und Revolution (Protest and revolution). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 52:179-179.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche, 24, Nos. 7–9, 1970: ALEXANDER MITSCHERLICH (Sigmund-freud-Institut, 6 Frankfurt am Main, Myliusstrasse 20, Germany). Protest und Revolution (Protest and revolution)

(1971). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 52:179-179

Psyche, 24, Nos. 7–9, 1970: ALEXANDER MITSCHERLICH (Sigmund-freud-Institut, 6 Frankfurt am Main, Myliusstrasse 20, Germany). Protest und Revolution (Protest and revolution)

Protest directed at persons and circumscribed grievances should be distinguished from revolutionary behaviour having the aim of changing the conditions of life as a whole. Political activity should be examined with regard to the structures of the mental apparatus (and the combinations of such structures) that are involved. A well-reflected relationship to his own value-system is required of the analyst in order to avoid faulty evaluation. The paths of history cannot be immediately understood as 'rational' progress in the accepted sense of rationality; seemingly confused aims and regressive patterns of behaviour may lead to new interpretations of social reality.

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(1971). Psyche, 24, Nos. 7–9, 1970. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 52:179-179

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