Hating in the First Person Plural: Psychoanalytic Essays on Racism, Homophobia, Misogyny, and Terror (review)

@article{Long2004HatingIT,
  title={Hating in the First Person Plural: Psychoanalytic Essays on Racism, Homophobia, Misogyny, and Terror (review)},
  author={K. Long},
  journal={American Imago},
  year={2004},
  volume={61},
  pages={248 - 255}
}
  • K. Long
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology
  • American Imago
Psychoanalysts take note. There is something rare and profound afoot in Donald Moss’s volume, Hating in the First Person Plural. In its pages we encounter psychoanalytic thinking at its best: vibrant, relevant to clinical and social concerns, and powerfully grounded in theory. We find a continuation of Freud’s attempt to reckon the intrapsychic price we pay for our fragile hold on civilized life—a theory that allows us to measure the effects of human desire gone awry. Moss warns us from the… Expand
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