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Negative will, self-image, and personality dysfunction.
  • R. Hamm
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Psychoanalytic review
  • 1 February 2009
Certain things never change. This aphorism provokes thoughtful reflection. When applied to the field of psychology, we might think of certain behavioral principles or perhaps certain archetypes ofExpand
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Collective will: a reformulation of Otto Rank's theory of personality individuation.
  • R. Hamm
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychoanalytic review
  • 1 June 1997
A reevaluation of Otto Rank's theory of personality individuation has been proposed which equates collective and individual will as essential and mutually facilitative aspects of self-development.Expand
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Special Issue Intro.: Free Alternative Schools in Germany
This is the first special issue of Other Education . Its topical focus is on the Free Alternative Schools in Germany. Despite their often quite experimental character there is relatively littleExpand
Collective Memory-Work – a Method Under the Radar?
Did you ever hear of memory-work? There is no copyright on this term. You may associate it with a variety of practices in different contexts, probably within realms of disciplines like psychology andExpand
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Hamlet and Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto
During the long eighteenth century, discussions of theatrical performance increasingly focused on the actor’s body and its expressive potential to perform emotion. Hamlet—in particular, the prince’sExpand
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Symposium Collective Memory-Work (2021)
From the outset Collective Memory-Work was intended to be a method for research and emancipatory learning with a consciously open form. Over three decades the method has been successfully used inExpand
Cornerstones in Collective Memory-Work: Talking about Method, Approach and Attitude
Robert What are we talking about when we use the term Memory-Work? Are we talking about an approach? Are we talking about a particular method? And if it was a case of talking about a method, is thisExpand