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Berliner, B. (1943). Galileo and Freud: Foster Kennedy. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1942, pp. 770–772.. Psychoanal Q., 12:597.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Galileo and Freud: Foster Kennedy. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1942, pp. 770–772.

(1943). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 12:597

Galileo and Freud: Foster Kennedy. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1942, pp. 770–772.

Bernhard Berliner

In this address Kennedy draws a parallel between Galileo, whose three hundreth anniversary is celebrated in 1942, and Freud. Galileo dethroned man from his adopted seat in the middle of the universe; Freud's teachings tend to demote man in relation to himself. Both are the great liberators from ecclesiastical dogma and from subjectivistic philosophy which resisted the social demotion of man in relationship to the universe.

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Berliner, B. (1943). Galileo and Freud. Psychoanal. Q., 12:597

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