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Alfred Adler – wie wir ihn kannten
This volume is the first comprehensive collection of all available materials from contemporaries of Alfred Alder (1870-1937), the founder of Individual Psychology. In addition to S. Freud and C.G. Jung, Adler is considered one of the three pioneers in the field of dynamic psychology. Initially he was a close colleague of Freud, but then developed his own psychoanalytical theory and therapy in the years before World War I. It was especially noted for its clarity and accessibility. In the period between the two world wars he experienced many triumphs both in the USA and in many countries of Europe. Yet, different from Freud, Adler himself did not become very well known. He told few anecdotes about himself, and his letters contain little besides everyday events. This anthology brings Adler to life – as a father, as a therapist and as a lecturer.The book is divided into three parts: the translation of the volume prepared by his North American Individual Psychology colleagues entitled “Alfred Adler: As We Remember Him”; a collection of comments on Alfred Adler from, among others, his children Kurt and Alexandra Adler, Phyllis Bottome, Sigmund Freud, Lou Andreas-Salomé and Manès Sperber; and finally, the reprint of a rare autobiographical text of Alfred Adler with the title “Something About Myself” (1930), made available here for the first time to German-speaking audiences.
Maße (BxHxT): 15,5 x 23,2 x 2cm, Gewicht: 0,473 kg