The place of psychoanalysis in the history of the Jews.

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Situating psychoanalysis in the context of Jewish history, this paper takes up Freud's famous 1930 question: what is left in Judaism after one has abandoned faith in God, the Hebrew language and nationalism, and his answer: a great deal, perhaps the very essence, but an essence that we do not know. On the one hand, it argues that "not knowing" connects… (More)

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@article{Zaretsky2006ThePO, title={The place of psychoanalysis in the history of the Jews.}, author={Eli Zaretsky}, journal={Psychoanalysis and history}, year={2006}, volume={8 2}, pages={235-53} }