Freud as leader: the early years of the Viennese Society

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Title: Freud as leader: the early years of the Viennese Society
Year: 1997
Authors: Eisold, K.
Abstract:

A close attention to the events of the early split between Freud and Adler shows that theoretical differences were not primary. The members of the Vienna Institute sought to convince Freud of the danger of his abandoning them as he proposed to do by shifting his allegiance to the newly formed IPA and its president, Jung. Adler's 'deviance' was their 'proof'.

Keywords: Adler, Deviance, Orthodoxy
Language: English


Journal: The International Journal of Psycho-Analysis
Volume: 78
Issue: 1
Start page: 87
End page: 104
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Submitted by:
Anne S, Fruge
Faculty and Supervisor
The William Alanson White Institute

Corresponding author: Kenneth Eisold

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