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Wilhelm Reich: life force explorer. by James Wyckoff

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Published by Fawcett Publications in Greenwich, Conn .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Reich, Wilhelm, 1897-1957.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 139-140.

SeriesA Fawcett premier book,, M586
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF109.R38 W92
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p.
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5429494M
LC Control Number73075748

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Wilhelm Reich, Biologist (Harvard University Press, ) by James E. Strick is an extremely important book because it has the potential to overturn a number of fundamental beliefs in science. One of these, that is set in stone and if refuted will prove a bombshell, is that life must develop from preexisting life. Early life and career. Wilhelm Reich was born in Dobrzanica, a village near Lemberg (), then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, now in parents, Leon Reich, a prosperous farmer, and Cecilia Roniger, were y after his birth, the family moved south to a farm in Jujinetz, near Chernivtsi, attributed his later interest in the study of sex and the biological.   Reich's classic work on the development and treatment of human character disorders, first published in As a young clinician in the s, Wihelm Reich expanded psychoanalytic resistance into the more inclusive technique of character analysis, in which the sum total of typical character attitudes developed by an individual as a blocking against emotional excitations became the Pages:   Other accounts are simply inaccurate. James Wyckoff, in Wilhelm Reich – Life Force Explorer, tells us that: At the same time {as Reich was understanding weather control}, he became interested in UFOs – unidentified flying objects. It is during this period especially that people assert he “really did go crazy.”.