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Hitler's ideology : a study in psychoanalytic sociology

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Hitler's ideology : a study in psychoanalytic sociology
Call No: 943.086 K78h

Call Number943.086 K78h
Dates[1975]; ©1975
Statement of ResponsibilityRichard A. Koenigsberg.
Creators & ContributorsKoenigsberg, Richard A. (author)
Hitler, Adolf (subject)
ContentsPart One. Ideology and Phantasy
  • Introduction
  • Chapter I. Hitler's Ideology
    • Destructive Forces in the National Body
    • The Source of Destructive Forces
    • The Struggle Against Submission
    • The Union of Austria and Germany
    • The Individual and the Nation
    • Conclusions: the Psychological Meaning of Hitler's Ideology
  • Chapter II. The Death of Hitler's Mother
    • The National Body = Hitler's Dying Mother
    • The Denial of Death
    • Reality and Unconscious Phantasy
    • Summary and Conclusions
Part Two. Social Behavior
  • Chapter III. Anti-Semitism
    • The Maintenance of the "Goodness" of the German People
    • "Separating out" the Jew
    • Psychodynamics
  • Chapter IV. War
    • War as a Struggle Against Death
    • "Protecting the Rear"
    • The Need for Territory
    • Summary: Motives for War
Part Three. Theory
  • Chapter V. Ideology and Phantasy
  • Chapter VI. Nationalism
    • Introduction
    • The Nationalist Ideology
    • The Denial of Separateness
    • Serving the Country = Serving the Mother
    • The Country as a Projection of Infantile Narcissism
    • "Save the Country"
    • The Maintenance of the "Goodness" of the Nation
    • Summary and Conclusions
Physical Description xv, 105 pages ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : The Library of Social Science
  • Bibliography: pages 101–102
  • Includes index
RecognitionGifted in 2017 by Stuart Michelson in memory of Mauricette Rozen