First published in 1983. Volume 10 of the Psychoanalytic Study of Society papers. with essays on anthropology, religion, history, literature, and music.
Table of Contents
Part I: Anthropology 1. A Case of "Brain Fag" Syndrome: Psychotherapy of the Patient Adou A. in the Village of Yosso, Ivory Coast Republic, Parin 2. Eskimo Social Control as a Function of Personality: A Study of Change and Persistance, Hippler Part II: Religion 3. The Cult Phenomenon: Psychoanalytic Perspective, Meissner 4. Freud and Religion: A History and Reappraisal, Wallace, IV 5. An Outcome Study of Intensive Mindfulness Meditation, Brown, Engler Part III: History 6. Les Sanson: An Oedipal Footnote to the History of France, Adams Part IV: Literature 7. Oscar Wilde and the Masks of Narcissus, Beckson 8. The Passion of Lucretius, Ducey 9. The Author and His Audience: Jean Genet's Early Work, Coen Part V: Music 10. Charles Ives and the Unanswered Question, Feder 11. In Pursuit of Slow Time: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Contemporary Music, Rose
<p>Werner Muensterberger, Ph.D., London</p> <p>L. Bryce Boyer, M.D., Berkeley, CA</p> <p>Simon A. Grolnick, M.D., Manhasset, NY</p>