Charles Baudouin

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Charles Baudouin (26 July 1893 – August 25, 1963) was a French-Swiss psychoanalyst.

Baudouin was born Nancy, France. In his work, he combined Freudianism with elements of the thought of Carl Jung and Alfred Adler.[1] He died, aged 70, in Geneva.

Works[edit]

  • Suggestion and autosuggestion : a psychological and pedagogical study based upon the investigations made by the new Nancy school. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul, 1920.
  • Contemporary studies. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul, 1924.
  • La force en nous. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul as The power within us, 1923.
  • Le symbole chez Verhaeren. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul as Psychoanalysis and aesthetics, 1924.
  • Psychanalyse de Victor Hugo, 1943.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mireille Cifali, 'Charles Baudouin', in International Dictionary of Psychoanalysis, Gale Group, Inc. Reprinted here

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