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Samberg, E. (2005). HATING IN THE FIRST PERSON PLURAL: PSYCHOANALYTIC ESSAYS ON RACISM, HOMOPHOBIA, MISOGYNY, AND TERRORISM. Edited by Donald Moss, M.D. New York: Other Press, 2003. 326 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 74(4):1198-1207.

(2005). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 74(4):1198-1207

HATING IN THE FIRST PERSON PLURAL: PSYCHOANALYTIC ESSAYS ON RACISM, HOMOPHOBIA, MISOGYNY, AND TERRORISM. Edited by Donald Moss, M.D. New York: Other Press, 2003. 326 pp.

Review by:
Eslee Samberg

This impressive and moving collection of thirteen essays provides a conceptual framework for bridging the psychological and social dimensions of prejudice in its varied forms. The volume's three contributions written by the editor, Donald Moss, have been reprinted from other sources, as have been four others by different authors. The volume is divided into the four sections outlined in its title: “On Racism,” “On Homophobia,” “On Misogyny,” and “On Terrorism.” Moss's objective, clearly outlined in his preface, is to apply psychoanalytic understanding to our contemporary culture's “clinical and social emergencies” (p. xiv).

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