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Moskowitz, M. (2019). Mind, culture, and global unrest: psychoanalytic reflections: by Salman Akhtar, New York, Routledge, 2018, €26.99, 233 pp. ISBN: 978-1782200673. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 100(4):801-805.

(2019). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 100(4):801-805

Mind, culture, and global unrest: psychoanalytic reflections: by Salman Akhtar, New York, Routledge, 2018, €26.99, 233 pp. ISBN: 978-1782200673

Review by:
Michael Moskowitz

It is hard to overestimate the contributions that Salman Akhtar has made to our understanding of cultural factors in personality. Starting with his groundbreaking 1995 paper, “A Third Individuation: Immigration, Identity, and the Psychoanalytic Process,” Akhtar has been steadfast in trying to show the psychoanalytic world that culture and history matter, and in particular the ways in which cultural transformations impact the psyche.

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