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Signer, R. Müller, C. (2005). Hermann Rorschachs Briefe an seinen Bruder. Luzifer-Amor, 18(36):149-157.

(2005). Luzifer-Amor: Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Psychoanalyse, 18(36):149-157


Hermann Rorschachs Briefe an seinen Bruder

Herausgegeben und eingeleitet von Rita Signer und Christian Müller

Zusammenfassung: Hermann Rorschach, genialer Schöpfer des nach ihm benannten projektiven Tests, arbeitete von Anfang bis Mitte 1914 in einem russischen Sanatorium in der Nähe von Moskau. Aus neu aufgetauchten Briefen an seinen Bruder wird ersichtlich, warum er seinen ursprünglichen Plan, sich ganz in Rußland niederzulassen, aufgab. Von großer Bedeutung scheint die Unmöglichkeit, wissenschaftlich zu arbeiten, gewesen zu sein. Weitere Briefe ergänzen das Bild, das wir von Rorschach haben.

Summary: The letters of Hermann Rorschach to his brother. Hermann Rorschach, brilliant creator of the projective test called after him, worked from the beginning to the middle of 1914 in a sanatorium near Moscow. Recently discovered letters to his brother Paul reveal his motives for abandoning his initial plan to settle in Russia. Apparently the impossibility of scientific work was of great importance. Additional letters complement our knowledge of Rorschach's personality.

Anschrift d. Verf.: Rita Signer, Stadt- und Universitätsbibliothek Bern, Münstergasse 61, CH-3008 Bern. Email: - Prof. Dr. Christian Müller, Herrengasse 23, CH-3011 Bern.

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