AFFIRMING PSYCHOSIS: The Mass Appeal of Adolf Hitler
Relying on a model of psychosis based on the most recent research on the polarity of the "private" and "public" self, and incorporating new literature on the cultural history of the Third Reich, this study demonstrates that Hitler was most certainly a "pathological case," who escaped the clinical consequences because he found an audience who stabilized his psychosis through acceptance.
Publisher: Peter Lang
Item #: 2835738
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