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Szajnberg, N.M. (2001). Political Theory and the Psychology of the Unconscious: Paul Roazen. London: Open Gate Press, 2000. 202 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 70(4):918-923.

(2001). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 70(4):918-923

Political Theory and the Psychology of the Unconscious: Paul Roazen. London: Open Gate Press, 2000. 202 pp.

Review by:
Nathan M. Szajnberg

Few intellectuals lay claim to establishing a discipline. But Paul Roazen is one who can. He began his career in the 1950s as a political scientist. Most political and sociological thinkers—from Plato through to those who established modern democracy and liberalism (such as John Locke and John Stuart Mill), to Marx and his opponent Weber, and into the twentieth century (including Hannah Arendt and Theodore Adorno)—have begun with assumptions about the nature of man. Most have tried to relate human needs to the demands of social life.

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