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GROSS, Otto (1877-1920). Austrian psychoanalyst

Number of articles: 6

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HEUER, Gottfried. "The influence of the life and ideas of Otto Gross on the life and ideas of C. G. Jung"
University of Essex, G.B. 2004.

MITZMAN, Arthur. "Anarchism, expressionism and psychoanalysis"
New German Critique 4 (1977) H. 10, S. 77-104. Drunken Boat #2, ed. Max Blechman (Autonomedia and Left Bank Books, 1994 Presents a brief account of the controversy between Landauer and Gross

GRAHAM, Robert. Anarchism. A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas Vol. I
Volume One: From Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE to 1939). Montreal: Black Rose Books, 2005. 536 pages, 6x9, bibliography, index Paperback ISBN: 1-55164-250-6; Hardcover ISBN: 1-55164-251-4 " Volume One of Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, is a comprehensive and far-ranging collection of anarchist writings from the feudal era (300) to 1939. Edited and introduced by noted (...)

MICHAELS, Jennifer E. Anarchy and Eros : Otto Gross’ impact on German expressionist writers
—Leonard Frank, Franz Jung, Johannes R. Becher, Karl Otten, Curt Corrinth, Walter Hasenclever, Oskar Maria Graf, Franz Kafka, Franz Werfel, Max Brod, Raoul Hausmann, and Berlin Dada. With an appendix containing "Von geschlechtlicher Not zur sozialen Katastrophe," a previously unpublished manuscript by Franz Jung. New York : P. Lang (Utah studies in literature and linguistics) ; v. 24 , c1983 (...)

GROSS, Otto. Austrian psychoanalyst
HEUER, Gottfried. "Jung’s twin brother. Otto Gross and Carl Gustav Jung. With an hitherto unpublished letter by C. G. Jung Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2001, 46, 655–688 Abstract: This paper is a preliminary communication of several years of research into the life and work of the Austrian psychoanalyst and anarchist Otto Gross (1877–1920). Although he played a pivotal role in the birth of (...)


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