Alfred Lorenzer

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Alfred Lorenzer (Ulm, April 8, 1922 – Perugia, June 26, 2002) was a German therapist and sociologist regarded as a pioneer of interdisciplinary psychoanalysis. He integrated the psychological, the biological and the sociological dimension in the science of man, especially with regard to psychoanalytic theory.

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  • Olesen, Henning Salling, ed. (2013): Cultural Analysis & In-Depth Hermeneutics. Historical Social Research, Focus, 38, no. 2, pp. 7–157.
  • Leithäuser, Thomas (2013). Psychoanalysis, Socialization and Society - The Psychoanalyticial Thought and Interpretation of Alfred Lorenzer. Historical Social Research 38, no. 2, pp. 56–70.
  • Olesen, Henning Salling and Kirsten Weber (2013): Socialization, Language, and Scenic Understanding. ALfred Lorenzer's Contribution to a Psycho-Societal Methodology. Historical Social Research 38, no. 2, pp. 26–55.