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Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy January 31st, 2007, 05:05 PM
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Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: No Spanking Legislation in California

I am not willing to discuss any possible laws in California, but spanking is a theme which deserves some attention. In Finland, spanking is explicitly forbidden in law, but there are still many...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy October 10th, 2006, 01:24 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 13,368
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Defining Moments

George, I would like to add some additional comments. Your question has clearly bothered me, so I have done some homework to clarify this problem. In CCWAA one can find numerous references to the...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy October 9th, 2006, 04:17 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 13,368
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Defining Moments

I am not sure whether I am able to provide answer to this psychosis-problem, but there is a very good discussion on this (in German) in the Wörterbuch der Individualpsychologie (Dictionary of...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 10th, 2005, 04:45 PM
Replies: 27
Views: 35,459
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 7, Chapt. I (The Neurotic Character)

Please note a small error that creeped in the summary: It should be "the same theme as Ch XXVI in Vol 6". Now we have the word "or" instead of "in"; this changes the whole meaning of the sentence!
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy September 29th, 2005, 03:36 PM
Replies: 22
Views: 27,159
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 6, Chapt. XVIII & XIX (Sleeplessness, Criminality)

Because the use of sleep-inducing medicines is today very wide-spread, I would appreciate some Adlerian comments on the use of these medicines. In some cases, they may be helpful, but very often they...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy September 5th, 2005, 12:00 PM
Replies: 22
Views: 27,159
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 6, Chapt. X & XI (Sexuality, Widows)

The idea mentioned by Trevor sounds very familiar to me. I have tried to trace this kind of text in some volumes of CCWAA, but have so far not succeeded. However, I feel that the idea inherent in the...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy June 1st, 2005, 04:18 PM
Replies: 30
Views: 39,567
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 5, Chapt. XIV-XVI (Sadism, Meaning of Life, Depression)

Jean-Jacques Rousseau seems to have recognized very finely the adverse effects the use of punishment may produce. He writes about the use of punishment in his Emile: when the educator wants to...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy May 13th, 2005, 09:48 AM
Replies: 30
Views: 39,567
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 5, Chapt. IV-VI (French Revolution, Teleology, Life's T

Another important theme in Chapter V is the idea that neurosis is a manifestation of persons who are discouraged in life - "discouraged relative to the real demands of the everyday life". According...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy May 5th, 2005, 10:28 AM
Replies: 30
Views: 39,567
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 5, Chapt. I-III (Delinquency, Guidance Centers)

What we see here, is really a kind of latter-day enlightment. The Viennese fin de siècle has been characterized in many different ways, but one method is to study it from the perspective of the...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy April 28th, 2005, 07:26 AM
Replies: 30
Views: 42,251
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 4, Chapt. XXIII & XXIV (Prostitution, Neglected Childre

I just made a fast check of some of the literature available to me. In the two biographies of Popper (Manfred Geier and Morgenstern & Zimmer), Vaihinger is not mentioned. Neither does Popper mention...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy April 25th, 2005, 02:46 PM
Replies: 30
Views: 42,251
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 4, Chapt. XXIII & XXIV (Prostitution, Neglected Childre

Edward Hoffman in his Adler-biography provides a vividly written background for these two papers. Hoffman refers to Stefan Zweig's autobiography where he describes the social situation in Vienna...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy April 21st, 2005, 11:43 AM
Replies: 30
Views: 42,251
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 4, Chapt. XXI & XXII (National Guilt, Masculine Attitud

Some additional comments might be useful here: on page 150, Adler mentions count Stürgkh who was reproached by the members of the parliament that with shutting down parliament the anticipated...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy March 5th, 2005, 01:01 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 18,633
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Adlerian Psychobiography and Psychohistory - Adolf Hitler

There are interesting new approaches to Hitler and his "Reich". Ian Kershaw in his biography on Hitler (two volumes called "Hubris" and "Nemesis" respectively) wants to combine two different and...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy March 5th, 2005, 12:25 PM
Replies: 30
Views: 42,251
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 4, Chapt. III & IV (Unity, Goal, & Origin of Neurosis)

Chapter III: Adler says in the end of the chapter (p. 36), that "our goal is to achieve a strengthened sense of reality and responsibility, and to seek to replace the latent hatred with mutual good...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy February 13th, 2005, 12:19 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 3, Chapt. XXXIII & XXIV (Theory & Interpretation of Dre

Some additional information on Alphonse Maeder (1882-1971): he was a physician and psychiatrist at Burghölzli, and joined Jung's group after the break between Freud and Jung. See The Neurotic...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy January 16th, 2005, 02:48 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 3, Chapt. XV & XVI (Root and Treatment of Neurosis)

Adolf Portmann was a professor in Basle. He was a zoologist and a biologist. He published studies on comparative anatomy and biological development of the individual. He also studied biological...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy January 7th, 2005, 01:32 AM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 3, Ch. XIII & XIV (Hallucination, Parent Education)

Yes, I feel that one significant contribution, perhaps the one that is of pervasive value, of the Vienna-group of early psychologists was their belief that one should listen to the people and try to...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy January 2nd, 2005, 08:49 AM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 3, Chapt. XI & XII (Organ Dialect & Masculine Protest)

Klages has written a two-volume work, "Geist als Widersacher der Seele" (third edition 1954). It is a huge book, comprising totally over 1500 pages. Its sheer size makes it difficult to read....
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 27th, 2004, 03:44 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 3, Chapt. VIII-X (Resistance, Sexual Fears, Adler Resigns)

I think this idea of "aggression toward a benefactor" is of some interest and importance. In people who who were long time living under subjugation, you may see a fierce reaction against benefactors...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 27th, 2004, 03:31 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 3, Chapt. XI & XII (Organ Dialect & Masculine Protest)

Henry, I am not quite sure whether anything much more exists about Klages or by him in English. However, he was a philosopher and psychologist of some importance even outside graphology. The...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 16th, 2004, 03:27 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Cumulative Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, Chapters I-VII

Yes, Trevor, this citation from Adler demonstrates that the unconscious was not nonexistent in Adler's psychology. There are many other paragraphs in Adler's works that demonstrate the same. Adler...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 15th, 2004, 02:47 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Cumulative Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, Chapters I-VII

There is still another sense in which these papers are important. There one finds, for the first time detailed and in-depth studies on masculine protest, especially in Chapter VII. However, one finds...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 10th, 2004, 03:27 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, Chapters VI & VII (Sexuality, Repression, & Protest)

These two papers were presented for the first time in Freud's Society in 1911. For the background of these two articles, see Hoffman's biography of Adler, Chapter 5, especially pp. 70 - 72. The...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 10th, 2004, 11:59 AM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, Chapters III-V (Neurotic Traits, Dreams & Jung)

Thank you, Rita, for your valuable valuable comments. The German translation of the "Lonely Crowd" was "Die einsame Masse". I am not quite sure how serius Hofstätter was when he propsed the...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 8th, 2004, 05:20 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, Chapters III-V (Neurotic Traits, Dreams & Jung)

George, about the possible aggressiveness of the concept of Angst: here we would badly need some intelligent person who has complete knowledge of the German. This interpretation is new to me, but not...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 7th, 2004, 04:38 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, Chapters III-V (Neurotic Traits, Dreams & Jung)

Trevor, I would like to add some more technical details on the anxiety-issue: Semantic differential was developed in 1950'ies by Osgood, Tannenbaum & Suci, and in Germany by P.R.Hofstätter. It was a...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 6th, 2004, 05:13 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, Chapters III-V (Neurotic Traits, Dreams & Jung)

Trevor, perhaps someone with some background in German would be a more proper person to comment on this issue, but I make an attempt. In the first place, some dictionaries (e.g. Chaplin) are using...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy December 5th, 2004, 04:04 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, Chapters III-V (Neurotic Traits, Dreams & Jung)

A summary of the observations and theories in the monograph by Clara and William Stern can be found in the book written by William Stern "Psychologie der frühen Kindheit" [Psychology of The Early...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 20th, 2004, 04:54 PM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, to Begin Nov. 22nd

I would like to add some comments to the above summary. In chapter I, psychological and biological hermaphroditism id discussed. This discussion is very typical for the time-period a century ago. It...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 20th, 2004, 04:30 PM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol.2, Pt. II (A Study of Organ Inferiority)-Artists

Before we leave this inferiority-theme, I would like to mention some further ideas of some importance in this context. Organ inferiority and compensation are two things that belong together. This is...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 19th, 2004, 05:24 PM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol.2, Pt. II (A Study of Organ Inferiority)-Artists

Henry, since you mentioned Stalin among the historical persons, I would add following observation on him: there are some general traits that are common to Stalin and Hitler. Both were educated in...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 18th, 2004, 05:16 PM
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Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol.2, Pt. II (A Study of Organ Inferiority)-Artists

I have two favourite textbooks of neurology: the German-language textbook by Werner Fischel (Grundzüge des Zentralnervensystems des Menschen) and Ernest Gardner's "Fundamentals of Neurology" (Fourth...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 18th, 2004, 08:29 AM
Replies: 75
Views: 69,896
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Volume 3, to Begin Nov. 22nd

I felt that it might be useful to prepare short summaries of the chapters I & II. In Chapter I, Psychological Hermaphroditism in Life and in the Neurosis (1910), Adler argues that there are male...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 17th, 2004, 02:27 PM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol.2, Pt. II (A Study of Organ Inferiority)-Artists

That Adler meant his theory of organ inferiority serve as a general biological foundation for a forthcoming psychology seems to be reinforced by Ch. VII, "The Part Played By The Central Nervous...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 16th, 2004, 04:43 PM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol.2, Pt. II (A Study of Organ Inferiority)

In the above discussion, George Neeson has given his general comments on Adler's "A Study of Organ Inferiority", and Henry has given some valuable references to studies concerning artists and eye...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 11th, 2004, 02:13 PM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Cumulative Discussion of Adler's Journal Articles, Vol. 2, Chapters I-XIV

Yes, Stern was all that Henry mentions but in addition something more. He is considered as a founder (some people say, the founder) of applied psychology. He started systematic studies in the field...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 10th, 2004, 04:09 PM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol.2, Chapters XV-XVII (Prostitution and Neurosis)

In Chapter XV, Adler explores two dreams of a prostitute. It is well known that Adler's clientele consisted of people in different social classes, not only of well to do - middle class people, or...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 9th, 2004, 03:39 AM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Cumulative Discussion of Adler's Journal Articles, Vol. 2, Chapters I-XIV

Henry, concerning the question whether Adler met William Stern. I want to make here a more precise statement about the Festschrift-publication, and Adler's contribution: The publication was "Beiheft...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 8th, 2004, 04:21 PM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Cumulative Discussion of Adler's Journal Articles, Vol. 2, Chapters I-XIV

You asked whether I (or anyone else) knows whether Adler and William Stern possibly met. I have not seen any direct documents (the famous "smoking gun"), but at least I know in this case something...
Forum: Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy November 6th, 2004, 12:37 PM
Replies: 83
Views: 67,861
Posted By Manu Jaaskelainen
Re: Discussion of CCWAA, Vol. 2, Chapters XIII & XIV (Child's Need for Affection)

As a "free association"-reaction George's observations on the holistic nature of Adler's succinct statements: Adler himself said that he really valued only two contemporary schools of psychology...
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