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Salzman, L. (1967). David Rappaport's Legacy: Robert R. Holt, Editor: Psychological Issues. Motives and Thought: Psychoanalytic Essays in Honor of David Rapaport. New York: International Universities Press, 1967, 413 pp.. Am. Imago, 24(4):377-379.

(1967). American Imago, 24(4):377-379

David Rappaport's Legacy: Robert R. Holt, Editor: Psychological Issues. Motives and Thought: Psychoanalytic Essays in Honor of David Rapaport. New York: International Universities Press, 1967, 413 pp.

Review by:
Leon Salzman, M.D.

This memorial to David Rapaport contains essays on those issues which characterize Rapaport's contributions to psychoanalytic theory and practice. Rapaport was among the last of the truly gifted exegesists of Freud, and his work did more than merely restate or reaffirm Freud's original formulations. As a philosopher of science as well as of psychology, he tried to establish psychoanalytic theory on a broader basis than metapsy-chology. He was the mentor and the inspiration to a large number of students and colleagues, some of whom appear in this volume.

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