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He wrote 25 psychology books along with articles that were published in leading professional journals. Delos Smith, science editor of United Press International, said Bergler was "among the most prolific Freudian theoreticians after Freud himself. Hitschmann spoke of his "extraordinary talent for the specialty of psychoanalysis. Throughout his considerable body of written work, lucid case summaries in each book reveal clinical brilliance and a highly effective analytic technique. His own writing, as well as productive collaborations with Jekels, Eidelberg, Winterstein, and Hitschmann, included works on theory and technique.

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Биография[ править править код ] Эдмунд Берглер родился в Коломые , в Галиции , бывшей тогда частью Австро-Венгерской империи , в еврейской семье аптекаря Александра Берглера и Эрнестины, урождённой Шапира. В семья переехала в Вену.

В Первую мировую войну Эдмунд Берглер был призван на фронт. Паппенхайм и Вильгельмом Райхом в Вене. С по работал в качестве ведущего специалиста в клинике Венского психоаналитического союза. В году сочетался браком с Марианной Лейтнер-Блюмбергер — , занимавшейся фотографией.

После присоединения Австрии к Германии Э. Профессиональная деятельность[ править править код ] В последующие годы Берглер опубликовал множество материалов: порядка 27 книг, из которых 24 на английском языке, и почти статей в журналах. Архив Эдмунда и Марианны Берглеров содержит также 20 оригинальных рукописей. Широкой публике его имя стало известным благодаря публикациям в журналах Coronet , Cosmopolitan и Charm. Вне профессиональной деятельности сохранял уединённый, отчужденный образ жизни, друзей не имел [3].

По мнению очень немногих последователей берглеровской школы, Берглер был единственным учеником Зигмунда Фрейда, который сохранил в своих работах следы основного учения Фрейда и не создал собственной школы. Берглер, несмотря на множество его сочинений, сегодня считается забытым [3].

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Summary[ edit ] Bergler argues that the "problem of homosexuality" has become more important because of four factors: the increasing public awareness of homosexuality, the increasing prevalence of homosexuality due to "the dissemination of misleading statistics", the marriage of "so-called" bisexual men to women, and the discovery that "homosexuality is a curable illness. Bergler maintains that homosexuality is "a neurotic distortion of the total personality", involving an "unconscious wish to suffer". He supports his claims about the personality of homosexuals with transcripts of interviews with his homosexual patients and prospective patients. He dismisses the idea that homosexuals would be as happy as heterosexuals if society tolerated homosexuality, as well as the idea that homosexuality has biological or hormonal causes. Bergler denies that homosexuality is caused by the Oedipus complex , or having a dominant mother and a weak or absent father. Bergler considers the "negative Oedipus complex", a variant of the Oedipus complex in which a boy rejects his father but also admires for his perceived strength and power, and identifies with his mother, one of the great discoveries of Sigmund Freud , the founder of psychoanalysis, but sees it as having no importance in the psychology of homosexuals.

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Career[ edit ] Bergler fled Nazi Austria in —38 and settled in New York City , [2] [3] where he worked as a psychoanalyst. Bergler wrote 25 psychology books along with articles that were published in leading professional journals. According to Kenneth Lewes, " Bergler frequently distanced himself from the central, psychoanalytical tradition, while at the same time claiming a position of importance within it. He thought of himself as a revolutionary who would transform the movement.

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