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Ticho, E.A. Ticho, G.R. (1972). Freud and the Viennese. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 53:301-306.

(1972). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 53:301-306

Freud and the Viennese

Ernst A. Ticho and Gertrude R. Ticho

SUMMARY

The Vienna of Freud's time had a marked influence on his personal and intellectual development. Vienna provided an optimal environment that permitted Freud to externalize some of his inner conflicts and to use them constructively for his scientific development. He had an intense ambivalence to his hometown. The main thrust of the Viennese attack was on Freud's revolutionary psychoanalytic ideas; anti-Semitism, though present at all times, was secondary.

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