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Freud, S. (1919). On the Teaching of Psycho-Analysis in Universities. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XVII (1917-1919): An Infantile Neurosis and Other Works, 169-174.
Freud, S. (1919). [SEQ169a1]On the Teaching of Psycho-Analysis in Universities. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XVII (1917-1919): An Infantile Neurosis and Other Works, 169-174
[SEQ169a1]On the Teaching of Psycho-Analysis in Universities
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[SEQ169a2]Editor's Note to "On the Teaching of Psycho-Analysis in Universities"
[SEQ169a3](a) German Editions:
[SEQ169a4](1918 Probable date of composition.)
[SEQ169a5](1919 Kell-E Az Egyetemen a Psychoanalysist Tanitani? Gyógyászat, 59 (13), 192. In a Hungarian translation.)
[SEQ169a6](b) English Translation:
[SEQ169a7]‘On the Teaching of Psycho-Analysis in Universities’
[SEQ169a8]No trace can be found of the original German text.
[SEQ169a9]This paper was first published in a Hungarian translation (probably made by Ferenczi) in the Budapest medical periodical Gyógyászat, on March 30, 1919. The Hungarian title means literally: ‘Should psycho-analysis be taught at the University?’. The paper seems to have been one of a series, by different writers, dealing with reforms in medical education. It is likely that Freud wrote it in the autumn of 1918, at about the time of the Fifth International Psycho-Analytical Congress in Budapest. There was then a considerable agitation among the medical students at Budapest for the inclusion of psycho-analysis in their curriculum. In March, 1919, when a Bolshevik government took temporary control in Hungary, Ferenczi was in fact installed as Professor of Psycho-Analysis at the University.—The rediscovery of the paper is due to the energy of Dr. Ludovico Rosenthal of Buenos Aires, and we are indebted to him for putting a photostat of the original publication at our disposal.
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