Psychoanalysis: Radical and Conservative is a work of theoretical and historical significance for students of psychoanalysis and Gestalt therapy. Written in the late 1960’s, this book contains four studies that provide a theoretical frame for nothing less than conceptualizing the interwoven, interdependent structure of human life. This book was written ten years before Dr. Lichtenberg trained in gestalt therapy, yet it offers a fascinating parallel to the contributions of Perls, Hefferline and Goodman’s Gestalt Therapy: Excitement and Growth in The Human Personality, in that he integrates the Freudian perspective into a holistic, progressive, and integrative psychology. Psychoanalytic concepts such as Id, Ego, Superego, The Pleasure Principle and The Reality Principle are reconsidered and revitalized in the light of Dr. Lichtenberg’s analysis.
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