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1 (2004): 54–76. thirteen. global warfare I replaced the connection among psychiatry and psychoanalysis in Germany. whereas it reinforced the popularity of psychoanalysis, it additionally ended in a extra direct and extreme pageant for the ultimate authority on theories of struggle neurosis and for newly on hand welfare assets. Greg Eghigian has confirmed that the German social welfare procedure used to be essentially reorganized after global warfare I. New teams for struggle veterans and widows emerged and expressed their desire within the newly constructed language of blameless victimhood. As i'll argue afterward, public medical health insurance physicians like Alfred Döblin held an immense mediator functionality in channeling nation welfare and assurance funds to psychoanalysis instead of psychiatry. See Decker, Lerner, Eghigian, and Whalen. 14. Makari, 236. The bankruptcy on Berlin is titled “A New Psychoanalysis. ” 15. Abraham to Freud, October 19, 1919. sixteen. For a biographical essay on Oscar A. H. Schmitz, see the 3rd quantity of his diaries edited through Groddeck biographer Wolfgang Martynkewicz: Oscar A. H. Schmitz, Durch das Land der Dämonen. Tagebücher (Berlin: Aufbau, 2007). 17. Friedrich, seventy three. 18. Brecht, 38. The historian Anson Rabinbach relates that Reich’s 1930 speech “The Sexual distress of the operating lots” provides the “median element” among his Viennese and Berlin sessions, a rejection of social democratic theories and a flip towards a extra politicized, innovative sexual reform stream, which he for this reason applied in Berlin. Anson Rabinbach, “The Politicization of Wilhelm Reich,” New German Critique 1 (1973): 90–97. 19. lots of those analysts’ biographies are available in Mühlleitner’s impressive Biographisches Lexikon der Psychoanalyse. one other very important resource for the background of the Berlin Institute is the magazine Luzifer-Amor, which often good points articles within the box and committed factor quantity thirteen (1994) solely to the subject. Notes to Introductionâ•‡â•‡|â•‡â•‡183 The Sexpol flow used to be in response to Reich’s concept that sexual drives have been controlled and regulated in a capitalist society and translated right into a dedication to psychoanalytic-politic perform. Reich and his collaborators provided sexual and reproductive counseling via political companies in the course of the urban. I in brief speak about Reich’s exclusion from the psychoanalytic flow in bankruptcy three. Lou Andreas-Salomé’s psychoanalytic writings and her huge correspondence with Anna Freud are actually obtainable. Klemann has extra lately defined Andreas-Salomé’s full of life psychoanalytic perform in addition to the bias it was once met with by means of different analysts as a result of her popularity as a author and as a chum of Rilke and Nietzsche. See Manfred Klemann, “Die psychoanalytische Praxis der Lou Andreas-Salomé,” Luzifer-Amor 35 (2005): 109–129. See additionally Lou Andreas-Salomé, Das zweideutige Lächeln der Erotik, ed. Inge Weber and Brigitte Rempp (Freiburg: Kore Verlag, 1998), and Daria A. Rothe and Inge Weber, Lou Andreas-Salomé—Anna Freud Briefwechsel (Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2001).