Zvi Lothane

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Zvi Lothane (2008)

Zvi Lothane (born May 21, 1934 in Lublin , Poland , as Hersz Szuldyner), also Henry Lothane , occasionally Henry Zvi Lothane , is an American psychoanalyst , psychiatrist and university professor . He works as a professor of psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City . He survived the Shoah as a child and adolescent. He is of Polish origin .

Early coins

Zvi Lothane was born in Lublin in 1934 as the only child of Jewish parents. His father, Szyja-Leib Szuldyner (* 1898), came from the shtetl Izbica , his mother, Rywka Weltman (* 1907), came from Bychawa in the Lublin Voivodeship . The father was an employee in a branch of the Polish oil company Karpaty. The mother taught Polish to Jewish children. The name registered in the birth certificate for Zvi Lothane was "Hersz Szuldyner". After the German-Soviet conquest of Poland in 1939, the family lived under Russian occupation in eastern Poland from 1939 to 1941. The father volunteered in 1941 with the Russian commander of the district to enable the family to emigrate to Russia. Here Zvi Lothane lived under constant threat in Brest-Litovsk , in the Komi ASSR , where his father saved his life, and Nizhny Novgorod . He read newspapers, listened to the radio and watched propaganda films depicting the atrocities of the German Wehrmacht and the German fascists in the conquered parts of Russia. In 1946 the family returned from Russia to Lublin, where Zvi Lothane attended elementary school. He also visited the former concentration camp in a suburb of Lublin. His name has now been rewritten from "Hersz Szuldyner" to "Hersz Szuldiner". The parents called him "Henio" or "Henryk". His teacher was Krystyna Mandelbaum (Modrzewska), who taught Zvi Lothane in English, music, history and philosophy. Krystyna Mandelbaum was the daughter of the concert pianist Franciszka Mandelbaum geb. Frenkiel and the physician Hersch (Henryk) Mandelbaum, who had been the medical director of the Israelite Hospital in Lublin between 1935 and 1939 and who belonged to the Jewish Socialist Party. Hersch (Henryk) Mandelbaum had studied medicine at the medical faculties of the universities in Breslau and Heidelberg and specialized in neurology. Krystyna Mandelbaum (Modrzewska) still became a doctor after the Second World War, including in Białystok . She died in 2008 in her adopted home Sweden. After the Second World War, as part of the first wave of Polish Jews emigrated in 1950, the Lothane family decided to emigrate to Israel, i.e. to the country where the holy language can also be spoken on weekdays and on the street. After the Second World War there were again riots against Jews in Poland. In Israel, the first name "Hersz" was changed to "Zvi" and the name was now "Zvi Szuldiner".

Live and act

In Ramat Gan Lothane attended the Ohel Shem high school . His first Hebrew teacher was a rabbi from Berlin. Because of his language skills, he worked as a translator during the subsequent military service. He taught himself other languages ​​by himself, including German. He then studied and received his doctorate at the Hadassah Medical School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem . The license to practice medicine took place in 1962 at the Beilinson Hospital in Petach Tikwa , which was named after the Jewish doctor and journalist Moshe Beilinson. Lothane was in Jerusalem during the trial of Adolf Eichmann . At that time (1962) he was a secondary doctor for nine months at the Talbieh Psychiatric Hospital, Jerusalem. Shoah survivors who had been retraumatized during the trial were housed in this state psychiatric hospital . The "Talbieh Psychiatric Hospital, Jerusalem" was then under the medical direction of the psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and trauma researcher Heinrich Winnik . Then Zvi Lothane emigrated to the United States with his wife Malca, from whom he learned the Spanish language, and their daughter Shara. The naturalization in the USA took place under the name "Zvi Lothane", because Lothane had his surname changed from "Szuldiner" to "Lothane". In the USA he first worked at the "Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester NY", where he trained with George L. Engel between 1963 and 1966 and completed his training as a specialist in psychiatry. Until 1969 he worked as a senior physician at the "Hillside Hospital, New York". From 1966 to 1972 Lothane studied psychoanalysis at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute in New York City .

Since 1969 Lothane has been a faculty member at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City as a professor of psychiatry. In his private practice he also works as a psychiatrist, psychotherapist and psychoanalyst. In 1994 he became a psychiatry expert for those persecuted by the Nazi regime at the German Consulate in New York. Lothane is a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a member of the American Psychoanalytical Association and the International Psychoanalytical Association , whose first chairman was Franz Riklin in 1910. From 1995 to 1998 he was President of the American Society of Psychoanalytic Physicians. Lothane held personal conversations in New York City and Hamburg with the Heidelberg psychiatrist and family therapist Helm Stierlin and with the psychiatrist Klaus Dörner , who studied in Heidelberg . The medical historian Volker Roelcke was also a guest in New York. In 2006 and 2008 Lothane was visiting professor at the Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine at the University of Heidelberg with Wolfgang U. Eckart . In 2006 Lothane gave a lecture on the tetrahedral and a lecture on the word at the Georg Groddeck Society in Baden-Baden . In 2007 Lothane gave a lecture on the subject of "Paul Schreber is still a challenge for psychiatry and psychoanalysis" at the Psychiatric University Clinic in Leipzig with Holger Steinberg.

Zvi Lothane was added to the list of sons and daughters of the city of Lublin . Lublin was the German headquarters for Aktion Reinhardt during World War II . As a former visiting professor at the Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine in Heidelberg, Lothane decided to become a member of the Heidelberg Alumni International network of the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg . Lothane is also friends with the Ulm-born Germanist Walter Hinderer and the literary scholar and historian Martin Stingelin.


In addition to numerous publications on the methodology of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis as well as the history of psychiatry, Zvi Lothane's scientific work can be assigned to the following focal points:

Sabina Spielrein: Processing of the correspondence between Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung

Zvi Lothane helped ensure that Sabina Spielrein (1885–1942) , a Russian doctor and psychoanalyst of Jewish faith who was murdered in the Third Reich , was not forgotten. Sabina Spielrein suffered a nervous breakdown during her medical studies in Switzerland and thus became a patient at the renowned Burghölzli (Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Zurich) under the then chief physician Eugen Bleuler and his senior physician CG Jung . This is how Sabina Spielrein and Carl Gustav Jung became acquainted. During Sabina Spielrein's medical treatment, Carl Gustav Jung turned to Sigmund Freud to discuss the patient's treatment with him. Lothane worked on this correspondence between Carl Gustav Jung and Sigmund Freud. In this context, he also analyzed the letters from Sigmund Freud to Karl Abraham (1913). After her stays in Switzerland, Vienna and Berlin, Sabina Spielrein returned to Russia in her hometown Rostov , where she and her brothers died during the Third Reich. She herself was murdered by the National Socialists. Your brothers were most likely murdered by Stalin's Red Army.

In processing the correspondence between Freud and Jung, Lothane worked with Sabina Spielrein's great-nephew to keep the Spielrein family history alive.

Daniel Paul Schreber: Development of a modified paradigm of the Schreber interpretation

Lothane's main scientific concern, however, applies - in addition to dealing with the works of Sigmund Freud , Carl Gustav Jungs , as well as Eugen Bleuler and Otto Fenichel - the " Daniel Paul Schreber case " in the Pirna Sanatorium (Sonnenstein Castle), its stages of illness and rehabilitation he continues to this day. He is one of the best experts in the “Schreber case” worldwide. The first invitation from Zvi Lothane to Saxony, Schreber's homeland in Germany, was agreed by the Dresden psychiatrist Werner Felber to an important regional psychiatric history conference in 2001 in Dresden. Lothane continued to be one of the main speakers at the international Schreber Congress in April 2011 in the Pirna-Sonnenstein Memorial, where the Schreber interpretation of Sigmund Freud in particular was critically appreciated. In his work against Heinz Kohut and his explanation of the Nazi phenomenon in terms of Hitler's pathology, Lothane refused to equate Hitler's alleged psychosis with that of Moritz Schreber (father of Daniel Paul Schreber). Lothane also contradicted William G. NL and his thesis about the domestic tyrant Moritz Schreber, who allegedly abused his son in a variety of ways. Lothane left the paradigm of Moritz Schreber's " black pedagogy " and thus suggested a paradigm shift in Schreber's interpretation. The preface to Lothane's authoritative work on Schreber “Soul murder and psychiatry. On the rehabilitation of Schreber, ”wrote the Dresden psychiatrist Werner Felber, who also did most of the German processing.

Schreber's fantasies and delusions also led this to the Old Testament in the book of Job and to Goethe's Faust. Lothane paid special attention to these fantasies and followed their traces in the related literature. The conceptual history was also taken into account.

Lothane also dealt with the behavior of the nursing staff in the sanctuary and nursing home in Pirna-Sonnenstein and the Paul Flechsig clinic .

In 1994 Zvi Lothane was invited by Ernst Federn, who returned to Vienna from the USA in 1972, to give a lecture on psychoanalysis in Vienna. In November 2016 Lothane stayed at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna for a guest lecture on Daniel Paul Schreber and as a seminar leader of a seminar on psychoanalysis.

Introduction of Dramatology to Interpersonal Psychoanalysis

Since 1978 Lothane has also published around 80 papers on the methodology of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. He also dealt with the "emotional diagnosis" described by Ludwig Binswanger . In order to strengthen the interpersonal dimension in psychiatry and psychotherapy, Lothane introduced dramatology as a new paradigm which “instead of being limited to narratology, descriptive narration, the meaning of action and dialogue in life, in the emergence of symptoms and in the interaction between Emphasizes doctor and patient and is conceived as a contribution to an interpersonal psychoanalysis ”. Lothane preferred Harry Stack Sullivan's theory of "interpersonal psychoanalysis." In dramatology, Zvi Lothane also used Michael Balint's approach on primary love, as well as the approach of Sandor Ferenczi , the "dramatologist of love." Lothane was also inspired by the Polish philosopher and priest Józef Tischner , who had worked on phenomenology and the philosophy of drama, but without explicitly using the term “dramatology”. Lothane also referred to the American psychoanalyst Ralph R. Greenson , who made "confrontation", "clarification", "interpretation" and "working through" important elements of the analytical process.

Work on the 20th century as the century of totalitarianism

Lothane dealt with the connections between mass psychology and totalitarian regimes in the 20th century as the century of totalitarianism. He was primarily interested in National Socialism and its history in the 19th century. He illustrated the racist anti-Semitism of the 19th century in the person of the Jewish banker Gerson von Bleichröders , who was a close advisor to Otto von Bismarck . Lothane took up the ideas of Sigmund Freud and Wilhelm Reich in order to explain mass psychological phenomena. He used the work of Wilhelm Reich in particular for the psychological analysis of Adolf Hitler . Lothane also dealt with the persecution of German doctors and psychoanalysts of the Jewish faith during the Third Reich. As a result of this persecution, Jewish psychoanalysis in Germany disappeared. Almost inevitably, Lothane therefore dealt with the problems of psychoanalytical training candidates during Hitler's fascism and the biography of Ernst Federn , the son of Paul Federn . Ernst Federn, a pioneer in the psychological analysis of life in concentration camps, was a personal acquaintance of Zvi Lothane in New York. The springs and Lothane were in good contact with one another. Lothane called Paul Federn, Ernst Federn and Max Eitingon, along with Sigmund Freud, epigones of psychoanalysis, whose medical ideas were supposed to be destroyed by the National Socialists.

Lothane contradicted Hannah Arendt and her assessment that Adolf Eichmann was “outrageously stupid”. Eichmann, according to Lothane, knew very well what he was doing, well thought out and well thought out. Neither evil nor an architect of the Holocaust could be considered mundane. Lothane stated that Hannah Arendt had not seen Eichmann when he worked for his bosses Hitler , Himmler and Heydrich and specifically organized the deportation of Jews from Hungary and the Czech Republic to Auschwitz in the last year of the war.

The question of the origin of evil in the world, one of the central questions in Martin Buber's thinking , was raised by Lothane on the basis of important thinkers in the history of psychiatry and psychoanalysis, such as Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler , Josef Breuer et al. spelled out. Lothane tried to find his own answer to this question based on the events of the First and Second World Wars, the Holocaust and the argument between Freud and Breuer in the " Anna O. " case .

Special work on Sigmund Freud

Zvi Lothane in Altaussee, Austria in September 2018

Lothane's love for Freud developed and was heavily influenced by Otto Isakower , a classic Freudian of the second generation. Isakower was a member of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Association (WPV) and left Vienna in 1938 to avoid persecution by the National Socialists. Another important role for Lothane was played by the Lemberg-born psychoanalyst Eduard Kronengold , who was also a member of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Association. Eduard Kronengold worked at the psychoanalytical outpatient clinic of the WPV from 1925. Like Otto Isakower, he too emigrated to the USA in 1938 and worked there at Mount Sinai Hospital . Lothane himself described himself as a mixture of a traditional and an independent Freudian. Lothane dealt with "Freud Bashing" and tried to distinguish between the "Freud Bashers" and the "Freud Critics", that is, those who more or less completely reject psychoanalysis of Freudian provenance and those who merely criticize practice on Freud.


Zvi Lothane's student is the translation scholar Noam Ordan in Haifa , Israel.


  • 1991: The Nancy Roeske Certificate of Excellence for Teaching of Medical students (Award from the American Psychiatric Association)
  • 1993: "Authors' recognition Award" from the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, for the book "In Defense of Schreber: Soul Murder and Psychiatry"
  • 2011: Thomas S. Szasz Award for outstanding contributions to the cause of civil liberties
  • 2013: Honorary member of the Polish Psychiatric Association
  • 2014: Patron of “Healing Souls” Heidelberg

Publications (selection)

  • A new metapsychology: psychoanalysis as storymaking. In: International Forum for Psychoanalysis. Volume 1, 1984, pp. 65-84.
  • In defense of Schreber: soul murder and psychiatry . Hillsdale, NJ [u. a.]: Analytic Pr. 1992 ISBN 0-88163-103-5
  • Book Review : Sander L. Gilman , H. King, Roy Porter, GS Rousseau & E. Showalter: Hysteria beyond Freud , Berkeley California University Press, 1993, in: Hysteria beyond Freud. Psychoanalytic books, 6 (1) 1995: 74-87.
  • The link between son and father Schreber and Hitler. A case of historic character assassination. In: Werkblatt - magazine for psychoanalysis and social criticism. Volume 36, 1996, pp. 108-127.
  • Tenero amore e transfert: lettere inedited tra CG Jung e Sabine Spielrein. Studi Jungliani 6 (2003): 97-121.
  • Tender love and transference: Unpublished letters of CG Jung and Sabina Spielrein. Discussion. Addendum on love. In: Coline Covington, Barbara Wharton: Sabine Spielrein: Forgotten Pioneer of Psychoanalysis. Brunner-Routledge, Hove 2003, ISBN 1-58391-903-1 , pp. 189-222.
  • Soul murder and psychiatry - for the rehabilitation of Schreber. Psychosozial-Verlag, Giessen 2004, German adaptation and preface by Werner Felber . ISBN 3-89806-242-2 ( katalog.ub.uni-heidelberg.de ).
  • La réalite du trauma / Le trauma de la réalité, considérations cliniques et théoriques. In: Psychology Clinique. No. 24, 2007, pp. 37-63.
  • Defied with Schreber Freud. In: Psychoanalysis in contradiction. 1 / Volume 40, 2008, pp. 61-90 ( katalog.ub.uni-heidelberg.de ).
  • Dramatology in life, disorder, and psychoanalytic therapy: A further contribution to interpersonal psychoanalysis. In: International Forum of Psychoanalysis. Volume 18, H. 3, 2009, pp. 135-148.
  • Romancing psychiatry: Paul Schreber, Otto Gross , Oskar Panizza - personal, social and forensic aspects. In: Werner Felber , Albrecht Götz von Olenhusen, Gottfried Maria Heuer, Bernd Nitzschke (eds.): Psychoanalysis and Expressionism. 7th International Otto Gross Congress, Dresden. LiteraturWwissenschaft.de, Marburg 2010, ISBN 978-3-936134-23-0 , pp. 461-493.
  • The partnership of psychoanalysis and psychiatry in the treatment of psychoses and borderline states: its evolution. In: North America. The Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatrie. Volume 39, H. 3, 2011, pp. 499-523.
  • Review of Freud's Bridal Letters (Letters Sigmund Freud and Martha Bernay) . In: The Psychoanalytic Quarterly. Volume 81, H. 3, 2012, pp. 806-810.
  • Psychiatric Professor honoris cause Dr. jur. Daniel Paul Schreber is still a challenge for psychiatry and psychoanalysis. In: Psychoanalysis in contradiction. Volume 48, pp. 45-76.
  • Wilhelm Reich revisited: The role of ideology in the character analysis of the individual versus in the character analysis of the masses. In: texts. psychoanalysis. aesthetics. cultural criticism. Passagen Verlag Linz, issue 03/2015, 35th year
  • Thomas S. Szasz . In: Jeffrey A. Schaler, Henry Zvi Lothane, Richard E. Vatz (eds.): Thomas S. Szasz. The Man and his Ideas. Transaction Publishers, imprint of Tayler & Francis, an Informa Business, 2017, pp. 13 + 214.
  • Lessons of the Holocaust . In: Irina Brenner (Ed.): The Handbook of Psychoanalytic Holocaust Studies, Routledge London and New York 2020, Chapter 1, pp 3–17.


  • Judith Helfer: Defying Sigmund Freud. The scientist Zvi Lothane has refuted Sigmund Freud in at least one case. In: Aufbau - Jewish monthly magazine, news paper of the German Jewish Club New York, January 20, 1995 ( katalog.ub.uni-heidelberg.de ).
  • Matthias Claus Angermeyer and Holger Steinberg: 200 years of psychiatry at the University of Leipzig. People and concepts , Springer Medizin Verlag Heidelberg 2005, here: Zvi Lothane in the chapter on Paul Flechsig pp. 82, 85, 86, 87, 89, 95, 97; in the chapter on Emil Kraepelin pp. 132, 133, (dto. discussion with Karl Jaspers ); in the chapter on Paul Julius Möbius , pp. 177, 178. ISBN 3-540-25075-1 .
  • Holger Steinberg (Hrsg.): Leipziger psychiatriegeschichtliche Vorlesungen , here Holger Steinberg: The Leipziger Universitätspsychiatrie - a tour d'horizon through two centuries of psychiatry history , p. 25,28,31 to Zvi Lothane, Ev. Leipzig publishing house 2005.
  • Christine Auer: Pathodicy. Dedicated to Zvi Lothane. On the occasion of the Daniel Paul Schreber Congress 2011 in the sanatorium and nursing home in Pirna. Self-published, Heidelberg 2011, ISBN 978-3-00-037252-0 .
  • Psyche Journal for Psychoanalysis and its Applications, 69th year, Jan. 2015, Klett-Cotta Stuttgart, pp. 90–93, here: Friedrich-Wilhelm Eickhoff, Tübingen: Book review on Zvi Lothane: Lessons on psychiatry, given by Prof. hc and Dr. jur. Daniel Paul Schreber. In: Marneros, Andreas & Rhode, Anke: Festschrift for the 80th birthday of Uwe Henrik Peters : Sapientiae cupido patria esse cariorem and the land of the sirens, Cologne ANA Publishers 2011, pp. 125–198.
  • Andreas Marneros : Persistent Delusional Disorders. Myths and Realities, Nova Science Pub. Inc. UK edition 2012, on Zvi Lothane: pages 152, 351, 352, 488.
  • Andreas Marneros : Henry (Zvi) Lothane , in: Andreas Marneros: The double heart of Odysseus .... And why Ithaca is in Germany. A pathetic declaration of love to Germany , 2nd edition ANA publishers Cologne 2013, pp. 853–858.

Book reviews

  • Martin Stingelin: Discussion of “Soul Murder and Psychiatry. On the rehabilitation of Schreber ”. In: Süddeutsche Zeitung . June 8, 2004.

Web links

Video clip

  • YouTube: Literature and Psychoanalysis. Roundtable Discussion with Maurice Charney, Geoffrey Hartmann, Paul Schwaber, Meredith Anne Skura and Zvi Lothane , May 2, 2008.

Individual evidence

  1. a b Leksykon Lublin in Polish Krystyna Modrzewska
  2. Leksykon Lublin in English: Krystyna Mandelbaum (Modrzewska) 1919–2008 .
  3. ^ WIKIPEDIA: History of the Jews in Poland , 8th Communist rule 1945-1989, post-war period
  4. Isaac Bashevis Singer : My father the rabbi. Picture book of a childhood, Rowohlt Hamburg 1985, here: the story of Mosche Blecher pp. 85–92.
  5. a b c d Andreas Marneros : Henry (Zvi) Lothane , in: Andreas Marneros : The double heart of Odysseus .... And why Ithaca is in Germany. A pathetic declaration of love to Germany , 2nd edition ANA publishers Cologne 2013, pp. 853–858.
  6. so z. E.g. Heinrich Winnick: "Contribution to the Symposium on Psychic Traumatization Through Social Catastrophe". In: International Journal of Psychoanalysis. 49, 1968, pp. 298-301.
  7. selected according to Gen. 36:20: Lotan son of Seir.
  8. For Zvi Lothane's vita see in detail Danuta Kostewicz: Past as a formative source of strength. Biographical portrait of Zvi Lothane. In: New Illustrated World. Vienna, June / July 1993.
  9. ^ Zvi Lothane: The power of the spoken word in life, psychiatrie and psychoanalysis - a contribution to interpersonal psychoanalysis. In: American Journal of Psychoanalysis. 2007, 67: 260-274.
  10. ^ Wolfgang U. Eckart : Medicine in the Nazi dictatorship. Ideology, practice, consequences, Böhlau Verlag Vienna, Cologne, Weimar 2012, Chapter 3: Biodictatory practice after 1933, here 3.3.6: The "Reinhardt Action", p. 145. Wolfgang U. Eckart: Medicine in the Nazi dictatorship.
  11. ^ Heidelberg Alumni International
  12. Martin Stingelin
  13. Martin Stingelin: Psychiatric knowledge, legal power and literary self-image. Daniel Paul Schreber's memoirs of a nervous patient in the light of Michel Foucault's story of "madness". In: Lutz Danneberg, Wilhelm Schmidt-Biggemann, Horst Thomé, Friedrich Vollhardt: Scientia Poetica. Yearbook for the History of Literature and Science. Max Niemeyer Verlag Tübingen 4/2000, pp. 131-164, on Zvi Lothane pp. 133ff.
  14. Zvi Lothane: In defense of Sabina Spielrein. In: International Forum of Psychoanalysis 5, 1996, pp. 203-217.
  15. HC Abraham and EL Freud (eds.): Sigmund Freud - Karl Abraham: Briefe 1907-1926 , 2nd edition Fischer Verlag Ffm 1980.
  16. Zvi Lothane: History , in: Akhtar, A. & Twemlow, S. (Ed.): Textbook of Applied Psychoanalysis , foreword by Otto F. Kernberg . London: Routledge, 2018, Chapter 4, Part 1, pp. 13-26, literature pp. 417-419.
  17. Johannes Reichmayr (Ed.): Otto Fenichel: Psychoanalysis and Gymnastics, Psychosozial Verlag Giessen April 2015, here article Zvi Lothane about Fenichel's gymnastics and Moritz Schreber.
  18. Devreese, D., Lothane, Z., Schotte, J. (red): Schreber revisité - Colloque de Cerisy, Louvain: Presses Universitaires de Louvain, here: Zvi Lothane: Pour une défense de Schreber Meurte d'Ame et Psychiatrie , Postscriptum 1993, pp.11-29.
  19. Kostewicz, Danuta: The responsibility of diagnosis - "The Schreber case". In: Neue Illustrierte Welt, February 1994, p. 15.
  20. Hristeva, Galina: Homo Homini Deus. Freud as a Religious Critic , in "Psycho-Analytic Notes on an Autobiographical Account of a Case of Paranoia (Dementia Paranoides)". In: European Journal of Psychoanalysis: Humanities, Philosophies, Psychotherapies, 31 - 2010 / II, pp. 141–170, ISBN 978-88-96732-70-0 .
  21. Gananath Obeyesekere: The Awakened Ones: Phenomenology of Visionary Experience. Columbia University Press, Hardcover, Feb. 7, 2012, p. 62.
  22. Alexander van der Haven , Ben Gurion University of the Negev Beir Sheva (Israel): The other Zarathustra: Madness, Schreber and the Making of Religion in 19th century Germany , Ph.D. University of Chicago, The Divinity School 1st ed. 2009, 2nd ed. 2010 PDF.
  23. ^ Eric Santner: My own private Germany: Daniel Paul Schreber's secret history of modernity, Princeton University Press 1996.
  24. ^ Saxon Scientific Society for Neurology, overview of events: SWGN autumn conference September 22, 2001 in Dresden: " Anniversaries in the history of psychiatry in Saxony ," on the 80th birthday of Prof. Dr. Lange, accessed January 5, 2018.
  25. ^ Conference program: Schreber Congress Pirna 2011
  26. Zvi Lothane on the modernization processes on the Sonnenstein by Gottlob Adolf Ernst von Nostitz and Jänkendorf , in: Lothane: Seelenmord und Psychiatrie , Psychosozial Verlag Giessen 2004, p. 442, note 12.
  27. Lothane, Zvi: The connection of son and father Schreber with Hitler : A case of historical character assassination, translation from English by Ludwig Janus , Heidelberg, in: Werkblatt - Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse und Gesellschaftskritik, No. 36, 1/1996, p 108-127. Homepage Ludwig Janus, Heidelberg
  28. Eckart, Wolfgang U . and Jütte, Robert : Medical History. An introduction , 2nd revised and expanded edition, Böhlau Verlag Cologne, Weimar, Vienna 2014, basic medical-historical concepts p. 366.
  29. Clemens Rethschulte: Daniel Gottlob Moritz Schreber. His educational theory and his contribution to helping the physically disabled in the 19th century, genesis and historical introduction (several citations by Zvi Lothane), 1995.
  30. ^ Zvi Lothane: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe , Sigmund Freud and Paul Schreber - themes in metamorphosis. In: Francesco Marchioro (ed.): Il divano l'immaginario la cura. The divan. The imaginary. The treatment , Bolzano (1998): Ricerche - IMAGO - research, pp. 67-86. u. a. on the conceptual history of "madness".
  31. Holger Steinberg and Armin Wagner (eds.): Neurology at the University of Leipzig. Contributions to the development of the clinical specialty from 1880–1985, Leipziger Universitätsverlag 2015, ISBN 978-3-86583-942-8
  32. Zvi Lothane: Soul murder and psychiatry. For the rehabilitation of Schreber, Library of Psychoanalysis, Psychosozial-Verlag Giessen, p. 89 u. 91.
  33. Website Sigmund Freud University of Vienna: November 23, 2016 Lothane guest lecture , accessed on March 4, 2017.
  34. ^ Zvi Lothane: Psychiatry Professor honoris causa Dr. jur. Daniel Paul Schreber is still a challenge for psychiatry and psychoanalysis, in: Psychoanalysis in contradiction 48/2012, p. 45 ff.
  35. Eickhoff, Friedrich-Wilhelm: Lothane, Zvi: Lessons on Psychiatry, given by Professor hc and Dr. jur. Daniel Paul Schreber, Senate President at the Royal Higher Regional Court a. D . In: Marneros, Andreas & Rohde, Anke (Ed.): Festschrift for the 80th birthday of Uwe Henrik Peters: Sapientiae cupido patria esse cariorem and the song of the sirens . Cologne (ANA Publishers) 2011, pp. 125–198. In: Psyche: Journal for Psychoanalysis and Its Applications, 69 vol., 1/2015, pp. 90–93, here p. 91.
  36. Zvi Lothane: Dramatology vs. narratology: a new synthesis for psychiatry, psychoanalysis and interpersonal drama therapy (IDT) , Archives of Psychiatrie and Psychotherapy 4: 29-43, 10 Dec. 2012, PDF Lothane IDT
  37. Marco Conci: Rediscover Sullivan. Life and work of Harry Stack Sullivan and its importance for psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis , with a preface by Gaetano Benedetti , Gießen Psychosozial Verlag 2005, Library of Psychoanalysis, with comments by Zvi Lothane.
  38. ^ Lothane, Zvi: Dramatology in everyday life, in diseases and in analytical therapy. Another contribution to interpersonal psychoanalysis, in: texte. psychoanalysis. aesthetics. Kulturkritik., German version, issue 3/2010, 30th year, Passagen Verlag Wien, pp. 96–128.
  39. Lothane, Zvi: From the use of humor in life, neurosis and psychoanalysis, in: Fallend, Karl (ed.): Witz and the psychoanalysis, StudienVerlag Innsbruck 2006. Homepage Karl Fallend
  40. ^ Zvi Lothane: Sandor Ferenczi, the dramatologist of love , (2010) Psychoanalytic Perspectives 7: 165-182.
  41. ^ Zvi Lothane: The Feud between Freud and Ferenczi over love. In: (1998) American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 58: 21-39.
  42. Józef Tischner : Filozofia dramatu , Wydawnictwo Znak Kraków, 1st edition 1978/79. The German edition appeared in 1989: The human drama. Phenomenological studies on the philosophy of drama , Wilhelm Funk Verlag Munich. Tischner: The human drama. Phenomenological Studies.
  43. Zvi Lothane: Dramatology in life, disorder, and psychoanalytic therapy: A further contribution to interpersonal psychoanalysis, In: International Forum of Psychoanalysis. Volume 18, H. 3, 2009, pages 144 + 145.
  44. Lothane: Soul Murder and Psychiatry. Giessen 2004, pp. 147, 364, 387/388.
  45. ^ Fritz Stern : Gold and Iron. Bismarck and his banker Bleichröder. Ullstein Ffm, Berlin, Vienna 1980. Fritz Stern: Gold and Iron
  46. ^ Zvi Lothane: Mass psychology of the led and the leaders, With some thoughts on current world events. In: International Forum of Psychoanalysis. Volume 15, H. 3, 2006, pp. 183-192.
  47. ^ Zvi Lothane: Wilhelm Reich revisited: The role of ideology in the character analysis of the individual versus in the character analysis of the masses. In: texts. psychoanalysis. aesthetics. Kulturkritik, Passagen Verlag Linz (Austria), issue 03/2015, 35th year, leading article with reference to Adolf Hitler, pp. 8–29.
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