Erik Erikson and the American psyche: ego, ethics, and evolution
Ego, Ethics and Evolution is an intellectual biography which explores Erikson's contributions to the study of infancy, childhood and ethical development in light of ego psychology, object-relations theory, Lacanian theory and other major trends in psychoanalysis.
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In Hitlers Shadow
The New World
A Crisis of Integrity
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