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Tema: Psykologi

Sabby Sagall: Feedback: Erich Fromm and social character: A reply to Iain Ferguson
International Socialism Journal nr. 151, jul 16 – side 185
Note: Iain Ferguson’s article on Erich Fromm provides a welcome opportunity for readers of International Socialism to engage in a debate not only on the work of this popular but controversial writer but also on the wider issue of the relationship between Marxism and psychoanalysis. Like the other Marxist psychoanalyst, Wilhelm Reich, Fromm was attacked by the left for being a psychoanalyst, and by psychoanalysts for being a leftist.
Iain Ferguson: Between Marx and Freud: Erich Fromm revisited
International Socialism Journal nr. 149, jan 16 – side 151
Note: More than three decades after his death, the ideas of Erich Fromm are enjoying something of an intellectual renaissance. Fromm (1900-1980) was a German-Jewish psychoanalyst, writer, public intellectual and activist whose life-long concern was with developing an understanding of the relationship between capitalism and mental health, based on his attempt to integrate the ideas of Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud.
Peadar O’Grady: Stop Making Sense: Alienation and Mental Health
Irish Marxist Review (Irland) nr. 11, dec 14 – side 36
Note: In the past ten years or so there is evidence of a very welcome, growing body of criticism of current approaches to mental health from journalists, academics, healthworkers and service users, individually and as organised groups.
Tad Tietze: Review: Neoliberal psychiatry and its discontents
International Socialism Journal nr. 141, jan 14 – side 214
Note: Ethan Watters, Crazy Like Us: The Globalization of the American Psyche (Free Press, 2010), £9.99, and Gary Greenberg, Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease (Bloomsbury, 2010), £9.99
In May last year the American Psychiatric Association (APA) launched the fifth edition of its diagnostic “bible”, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. The public controversy surrounding DSM-5 epitomises a major crisis of authority for US psychiatry, with psychiatric and other critics lining up to attack it. It also signals the exhaustion of the project codified in DSM-III in 1980, which laid the groundwork for a distinctly neoliberal psychiatry where pharmaceutical companies, medical elites and governments colluded in the massive expansion of an increasingly commercialised mental health industry.
Jan Hoby: Boganmeldelse: Vygotsky – psykologiens Mozart
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 238, feb 05 – side 11
Note: Hvordan lærer børn under opvæksten? Højrefløjen vil have os til at tro, at de har brug for strenge og traditionelle undervisningsmetoder, hvor test udgør kernen. I 1920’erne og 1930’erne gjorde en gruppe russiske psykologer store fremskridt, da de arbejdede under ledelsen af Lev Vygotsky, der døde i juni 1934.
Gunilla Lindqvist (red.): "Vygotsky om læring som udviklingsvilkår"
John Parrington: In perspective: Valentin Voloshinov
International Socialism Journal nr. 75, jun 97 – side 117
Note: Valentin Voloshinov, the brilliant Marxist and psychologist who worked in Russia in the years after the 1917 revolution, comes to life in John Parrington's account, the second in our new In perspective series.
Andrew Collier: Lacan, psychoanalysis and the left
International Socialism Journal nr. 7, dec 79 – side 51
Note: The history of the relations between Marxist and psychoanalytical movements has been a complex one. Movements with different – though compatible – objectives, arising in different social circles, and arousing different ideological resistances in their audiences: combinations of them could not be expected to develop immediately

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