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Freud, Females, Childbirth, and Dissidence: Margarete Hilferding, Karen Horney, and Otto Rank

Freud, Females, Childbirth, and Dissidence: Margarete Hilferding, Karen Horney, and Otto Rank These three early psychoanalysts, who differed in important ways from Freud, each tried to shift his fundamental beliefs about women's bodies in basic developmental theory. This paper illustrates this point by elaborating their materials concerning the centrality of childbirth. One thematic aspect of Freud's disruptive fights with colleagues lay in his loyalty to phallocratic certainties. These problems still affect us, a century later, even in today's clinically pluralistic climate. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Psychoanalytic Review Guilford Press

Freud, Females, Childbirth, and Dissidence: Margarete Hilferding, Karen Horney, and Otto Rank

The Psychoanalytic Review , Volume 100 (5) – Oct 1, 2013

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Guilford Press
Copyright
© 2013 N.P.A.P.
ISSN
0033-2836
DOI
10.1521/prev.2013.100.5.695
pmid
24063270
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Abstract

These three early psychoanalysts, who differed in important ways from Freud, each tried to shift his fundamental beliefs about women's bodies in basic developmental theory. This paper illustrates this point by elaborating their materials concerning the centrality of childbirth. One thematic aspect of Freud's disruptive fights with colleagues lay in his loyalty to phallocratic certainties. These problems still affect us, a century later, even in today's clinically pluralistic climate.

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The Psychoanalytic ReviewGuilford Press

Published: Oct 1, 2013

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