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Ross, N. (1949). The Battle of the Conscience. A Psychiatric Study of the Inner Working of the Conscience: By Edmund Bergler, M.D. Washington: Washington Institute of Medicine, 1948. 296 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 18:368-370.

(1949). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18:368-370

The Battle of the Conscience. A Psychiatric Study of the Inner Working of the Conscience: By Edmund Bergler, M.D. Washington: Washington Institute of Medicine, 1948. 296 pp.

Review by:
Nathaniel Ross

It is difficult to believe that Dr. Bergler meant to address this book to the general public, yet there is much evidence throughout that this was his intention. To understand the clinical complexities and elaborate metapsychological concepts of which he writes requires the background of an advanced analyst. This is a technical

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