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The informed heart : autonomy in a mass age

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The informed heart : autonomy in a mass age
Call No: 301.15 B56i

Call Number301.15 B56i
Dates1971; ©1960
Statement of ResponsibilityBruno Bettelheim.
Creators & ContributorsBettelheim, Bruno (author)
Summary"In 1938–39, Bruno Bettelheim was imprisoned in the concentration camps of Dachau and Buchenwald. In order to keep alive and remain human, he began to analyze his own behaviour and that of everyone around him. This book is a record of those years." —Publisher
  1. The concordance of opposites
  2. Imaginary impasse
  3. The consciousness of freedom
  4. Behavior in extreme situations: coercion
  5. Behavior in extreme situations: defenses
  6. The fluctuating price of life
  7. Men are not ants
Physical Description viii, 304 pages ; 18 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : Avon
NotesIncludes index
RecognitionGifted by the Isaac Waldman Jewish Public Library