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Rose, L. (1992). The Moral Journey of the First Viennese Psychoanalysts. Psychoanal Q., 61:590-623.

(1992). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 61:590-623

The Moral Journey of the First Viennese Psychoanalysts

Louis Rose

ABSTRACT

By exploring the cultural concerns of Freud's first Viennese disciples, this article explains how these concerns helped inspire both intellectual conviction in Freudianism and inner commitment to the psychoanalytic movement. In this way, it illuminates an important underlying identity between medical practitioners and laypersons within Freud's circle. At the same time, it brings to light the tension between values and science in Viennese Psychoanalysis.

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