Reviewing Heinrich Racker's Radical Concepts (Vol. 1; Issue 34)
Born in Poland in 1910, psychoanalyst Heinrich Racker fled Nazi Germany in the typically terrifying manner, ultimately settling in Argentina. Racker delivered a paper, when he was only 38-years-old, which cemented his reputation as one of psychoanalysis’ most original thinkers. He made revolutionary remarks about countertransference, proposing concepts …
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