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(1954). Tributes. Am. J. Psychoanal., 14(1):8-11.

(1954). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 14(1):8-11


Paul Lussheimer M.D President, Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis:

When I took office as president of the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis last Spring and we made the program for the coming season, I was looking forward especially to the April meeting when I would have the privilege of introducing Dr. Horney as the speaker of the evening.

April has come, but Dr. Horney is no longer with us. We devote this meeting to her memory, to express our gratitude for the inspiration she gave us and which enables us to carry on her work.

It is a rich heritage she left us. Not only in her teaching but also through the impact of her personality she gave us a reservoir of great values from which we are able to draw continuously.

When Dr. Horney started to present her new ideas some fifteen years ago, she felt that she was fulfilling a mission in preventing psychoanalytic theory from becoming static. She was not discouraged by the opposition of the vast majority of her colleagues in psychoanalysis and found strength in her belief in the truth of her concept. She was a good fighter: fair, courageous, untiring. But in addition to that she had humility, that great quality which is indispensable for a really great teacher and leader.

Her teaching, together with her great human qualities, found the response of congenial colleagues who became instrumental in the dissemination of her teachings. Among those who joined at that time was Dr. Muriel Ivimey, a true helper and a devoted interpreter of Dr.

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