Culturalist psychoanalysts

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Some psychoanalysts have been labeled culturalist, or belonging to the cultural school,[1] because of the prominence they gave on culture for the genesis of behavior.[2] The most prominent culturalist psychoanalyst was maybe Erich Fromm,[1] and after him Karen Horney and Harry Stack Sullivan.[2]

They were famously in conflict with orthodox psychoanalysts.[3] Despite their differences with orthodox psychoanalysts, they had a "stubborn maintenance of a familialist perspective," still speaking "the same language of a familialized social realm".[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Marcuse Eros and Civilization pp.241, 261
  2. ^ a b J. Guimón (2003) Relational mental health: beyond evidence-based interventions p.68
  3. ^ a b Deleuze and Guattari (1972) Anti-Oedipus pp.189-1