Tracce. Una specie in via d'estinzione

Author/s Marianna Bolko, Paul Parin, Ursula Hauser
Publishing Year 2007 Issue 2007/3 Language Italian
Pages 16 P. 365-380 File size 188 KB
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A kind of psychoanalysts near to extinction. ABSTRACT: Some psychoanalysts that today may be considered near to extinction namely Paul Parin, Goldy Parin-Matthèy, and Marie Langer are remembered: their lives, like the lives of other psychoanalysts of the past, have been characterized by a strong interest for politics and for the tie between psychoanalysis and society. Here four previously unpublished documents appear: the introduction by Marianna Bolko to a talk that Paul Parin gave at the International Seminars of Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane in Bologna (Italy) on April 17, 1998; Paul Parin’s opening remarks at that seminar; the short story Brilliants take to flight, written by Paul Parin in 1998; and a memory of Marie Langer and Goldy Parin-Matthèy, read by Ursula Hauser a the 7th International Meeting of the International Association for the History of Psychoanalysis (London, July 16-18, 1998). [KEY WORDS: repression of psychoanalysis, psychoanalysis and political commitment, power, society, feminism]

Marianna Bolko, Paul Parin, Ursula Hauser, Tracce. Una specie in via d'estinzione in "PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE" 3/2007, pp 365-380, DOI: