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Grande, L.F. (1990). Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought. XI, 1988: Professional Responsibility and the Professional's Paradox: Two Non-Analysts Reflect on Psychoanalysis in Nazi Germany. Ralph Freedman and Lore Metzger. Pp. 309-329.. Psychoanal Q., 59:513.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought. XI, 1988: Professional Responsibility and the Professional's Paradox: Two Non-Analysts Reflect on Psychoanalysis in Nazi Germany. Ralph Freedman and Lore Metzger. Pp. 309-329.

(1990). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 59:513

Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought. XI, 1988: Professional Responsibility and the Professional's Paradox: Two Non-Analysts Reflect on Psychoanalysis in Nazi Germany. Ralph Freedman and Lore Metzger. Pp. 309-329.

Luke F. Grande

Freedman and Metzger focus on professional identity and its relationship to authority, illustrating their ideas by referring to Franz Kafka's The Trial. Then, using as examples Edith Jacobson and Käthe Dräger in Nazi Germany, as well as Antigone, Galileo, and Jung, they demonstrate the dilemma facing the professional in a totalitarian society and four ways with which it can be dealt.

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Grande, L.F. (1990). Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought. XI, 1988. Psychoanal. Q., 59:513

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