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Nininger, E. (1967). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XLVI, 1965: The Significance of Determinism and Free Will. Lawrence Friedman. Pp. 515-520.. Psychoanal Q., 36:626.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XLVI, 1965: The Significance of Determinism and Free Will. Lawrence Friedman. Pp. 515-520.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:626

International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XLVI, 1965: The Significance of Determinism and Free Will. Lawrence Friedman. Pp. 515-520.

Eugene Nininger

Friedman objects to Martin Hoffman's contention (1964) that persistent belief in determinism is empirically unfounded and that free will is only a variable feeling of freedom from internal compulsion. Determinism need not be evaluated as an isolated concept but survives consideration of the validity of memory, the meaning of personal identity, the possibility of communication, and the concept of enduring objects.

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Article Citation

Nininger, E. (1967). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XLVI, 1965. Psychoanal. Q., 36:626

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