Psychoanalysis in Colonial India

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Oxford University Press, 2001 - Psychology - 243 pages
This work looks at the early development of psychoanalysis in colonial India, from the point of view of Indian thinkers as well as from British analysts working in India. It shows how Indian thinkers challenged Freudian concepts by applying them to different social, familial, and cultural contexts.

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INTRODUCTION
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Chapter
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BRITISH PSYCHOANALYSTS IN COLONIAL INDIA
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Christine Hartnack is at Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna.

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