Wilhelm Reich

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Noun1.Wilhelm Reich - Austrian born psychoanalyst who lived in the United States; advocated sexual freedom and believed that cosmic energy could be concentrated in a human being (1897-1957)
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That same year Makavejev was effectively banished from his native land for the sin of WRa tribute to another outcast, the radical psychotherapist and original Freudian-Marxist, Wilhelm Reich.
He conjures personages like Isaac Asimov, Fritjof Capra, Carl Jung, Marcus Garvey, Goethe, Gurdjieff, Marx, Wilhelm Reich, the Marquis de Sade, Immanuel Velikovsky, and Riane Eisler, among others.
This isn't the sex-positive Utopia prophesied by Wilhelm Reich and Alex Comfort and eventually embraced by third-wave feminists.
Two other Marxist thinkers, Wilhelm Reich and Erich Fromm, helped the institute cross Marx with Freud, another challenging task.
Everybody explores what it means to have a body in the modern era, which looks at the complexities of bodily life in figures of the past century such as the psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich, the painters Francis Bacon and Agnes Martin and the singer and civil rights activist Nina Simone.
Listen Little Man by Wilhelm Reich. It deconstructs human as we really are.
Chapter 2 discusses the ideas of several psychoanalytic theorists: Freud, Jung, Wilhelm Reich, Heinz Kohut, and Otto Rank.
Writing about club culture in Interview in the early '80s, Glenn O'Brien argued that dancing is the ideal form of cultural resistance against fascism, because its rhythmic fluidity works to dissolve the rigidities of what Wilhelm Reich called character armor.
and Norman had his orgone box and was a devotee of Wilhelm Reich. If we weren't seeing shrinks we read stuff and talked the talk, usually with a drink in our hand.
(1) Eschewing the twin temptations of 'biologising' money (the orthodox Freudian approach) or 'eroticising' capital (the project of both psychoanalytic dissidents such as Wilhelm Reich as well as neoliberal advertising and marketing gurus), Bennett insists instead that 'neither discourse can ultimately claim to "demystify" the other, or explain the other historically' (p80).