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Groddeck, G. (1977). The Meaning of Illness: Selected Psychoanalytic Writings Including his Correspondence with Sigmund Freud. The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 105:1-266. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

(1977). The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 105:1-266. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

The Meaning of Illness: Selected Psychoanalytic Writings Including his Correspondence with Sigmund Freud Next

Georg Groddeck

Introduction by:
Lore Schacht

Translated by:
Gertrud Mander

Contents

    page
  Introduction by Lore Schacht 1
1 Correspondence with Sigmund Freud (1917-1934) 31
2 Psychic Conditioning and the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Organic Disorders (1917) 109
3 On the It (1920) 132
4 The Compulsion to Use Symbols (1922) 158
5 Vision, the World of the Eye, and Seeing without the Eye (1932) 172
6 The Meaning of Illness (1925) 197
7 Clinical Communications (1928) 203
8 Some Fundamental Thoughts on Psychotherapy (1928) 211
9 Treatment (1926) 222
10 Massage and Psychotherapy (1931) 235
11 The Human Being, not the Patient, Requires Help (1927) 241
12 Language (1912) 248
     Select Bibliography 265
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