Psychoanalysis and Politics: A Contribution to the Psychology of Politics and Morals
This book discusses the relations between psychoanalysis and politics. The book consists of 11 chapters divided into two parts about the theoritical basis for a psychological approach to politics such as ethical relativsm and the application of psychology to politics, some general principles of cognitice development, early stages of development and the origin of conscience, the development of moral character, and some varieties of character formation and some aspects of the psychology of politics such as the group in its relation to other groups and to the individual, the state as an influence favorable or unfavorable to the development of normal personality, and on the analysis of political motives. This book is suitable for research on psychology and politics.
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