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Leipzig, etc.:: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer. 1921. hardcover. 2. 212 x 146 mm. 8vo. [iv], 140 pp. Black-stamped green boards; rubbed, front free end-leaf loose, text-block slightly browned. Ownership blind-stamp on title. A very good copy of a fragile book. . FIRST EDITION of Freud's psychoanalytic foundation for group psychology and the analysis of the ego in which he stresses the central role of the group leader and shows that cohesiveness in groups derives from the fact that the members have a common ego-ideal, or superego. "In his analysis of group psychology, Freud examined the nature of the bonds that unite groups, which he traced back to the earliest example of group-formation, the family. He stressed the importance of the part played by the group leader, and stated that the ideal put forth by this leader must correspond with the ego ideal, or superego, of the group members." Haskell Norman Library F100. Dust jacket present. First Edition.
Title: Massenpsychologie und Ich-Analyse
Categories: Freud, Sigmund,
Publisher: Leipzig, etc.:, Internationaler Psychoanalytischer: 1921
Book Condition: 2
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: M6523