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"Dialectical Materialism and Psychoanalysis"

Maurice Brinton
"Dialectical Materialism and Psychoanalysis"1972
Published: in Solidarity, VII, 3 (1972)Transcribed: by Jonas Holmgren
Socialist Reproduction are to be congratulated for popularizing
this little-known text of Wilhelm Reich's which appeared simultaneously, in
1929, in Unter dem Banner des Marxismus (the theoretical journal of the German
Communist Party) and in its Russian equivalent Pod Znameniem Marxisma.[1] It is a symptom of the void in both psychoanalytic and
meaningful radical literature today that we have to thread our way back for more
than four decades to find a sensible discussion of these interesting
matters.
Unlike previous texts of Reich's to which we have referred in either
the review
of What is Class Consciousness? or the pamphlet The Irrational in Politics,
"Dialectical Materialism and Psychoanalysis" is of no immediate relevance to an
understanding of human needs or of the founts of human action. It is something
very different: an attempt by…

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