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The inability to mourn : principles of collective behavior

Author: Alexander Mitscherlich; Margarete Mitscherlich
Publisher: New York : Grove Press : Distributed by Random House, [1975]
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mitscherlich, Alexander, 1908-1982.
Inability to mourn.
New York : Grove Press : distributed by Random House, [1975]
(OCoLC)643591045
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Mitscherlich; Margarete Mitscherlich
ISBN: 0802100929 9780802100924 0394492552 9780394492551
OCLC Number: 1531495
Notes: Translation of Die Unfähigkeit zu trauern.
Description: xxviii, 322 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Preface / Robert Jay Lifton --
Authors' Foreword to the American Edition --
Introduction --
Chapter I: The Inability to Mourn --
with Which Is Associated A German Way of Loving --
1. German Illusions --
2. The Fuhrer is to Blame for Everything --
3. Successful Defense Against Mass Melancholia --
4. Techniques of De-realization --
5. Wounded Narcissism --
6. The Projection of Unconscious Fantasies of Revenge --
7. The Stigma of Emigration --
8. Infatuation with the Fuhrer --
9. Is There Another Way to Mourn? --
10. Postscript --
Chapter II: Variations on the Theme --
1. Psychoanalytic Notes on Man's Adaptability to Civilization --
2. Taboo, Resentment and Backwardness, as Demonstrated by Historical Decisions --
3. On the Psychology of Prejudice --
Chapter III: The Relativization of Morality and the Contradictions that Society Must Tolerate --
Chapter IV: Identifications and Their Fate in Adolescence --
1. Protest and Bewilderment --
2. Parents as Models --
3. Alteration of Roles --
4. Identification and Identity --
5. Repetition and Dissolution in Adolescence of Previous Behavior Patterns --
6. The Course of Adolescence and Its Relation to Changes in Authority --
7. Prolongation or Warding-off of Adolescence --
8. The Influence of the Ego-Ideal on Adolescent Development --
9. The Nature of the Emotional Relationship with the Parents as the Basis for the Individual's Own Sense of Worth --
10. The Influence of the Third Reich --
11. Vicissitudes of Adolescent Development --
12. Adolescence and Political Attitudes --
Chapter V: Tolerance --
Proclaimed and Practiced --
Chapter VI: The Social and the Personal Ego --
Chapter VII: Changing Patterns of Political Authority --
Chapter VIII: Consequences --
Open-Ended Conflicts --
Index of Names --
Subject Index.
Other Titles: Unfähigkeit zu trauern.
Responsibility: Alexander and Margarete Mitscherlich ; pref. by Robert Jay Lifton ; translated by Beverley R. Placzek.

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