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García, L.N. (2014). Biologizing Psychoanalysis: Konstantin Gavrilov and Freudo-Pavlovism in Argentina (1942-1960). Psychoanal. Hist., 16(2):215-236.
  

(2014). Psychoanalysis and History, 16(2):215-236

Biologizing Psychoanalysis: Konstantin Gavrilov and Freudo-Pavlovism in Argentina (1942-1960)

Luciano Nicolás García

Introduction

L'œuvre de Freud est l'analyse la plus profonde que l'histoire ait connue de ce qui, dans l'homme, n'est pas le plus humain.

Roland Dalbiez

The relationship between psychoanalysis and biology has been the object of much debate.

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