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Smith, S.R. (1965). Psychoanalytic Review. LI, No. 2, 1964: Assumptions in Scientific Therapy. Kenneth A. Fisher. Pp. 85-105.. Psychoanal Q., 34:469.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoanalytic Review. LI, No. 2, 1964: Assumptions in Scientific Therapy. Kenneth A. Fisher. Pp. 85-105.

(1965). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34:469

Psychoanalytic Review. LI, No. 2, 1964: Assumptions in Scientific Therapy. Kenneth A. Fisher. Pp. 85-105.

Stewart R. Smith

The author has made a comparative historical study of philosophic, theologic, and psychoanalytic thinking as it applies to therapy. Beginning with a description of how Western thinking is based on Greek and Judæo-Christian tradition, he associates this with the elevation of reason that has changed only with the threat of nuclear war. The elevation of reason and science are correlated with some common attitudes toward therapy.

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Smith, S.R. (1965). Psychoanalytic Review. LI, No. 2, 1964. Psychoanal. Q., 34:469

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