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Warum Krieg?: Ein Briefwechsel (detebe) (original 1972; edition 2005)

by Albert Einstein (Autor), Sigmund Freud (Autor)

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Title:Warum Krieg?: Ein Briefwechsel (detebe)
Authors:Albert Einstein (Autor)
Other authors:Sigmund Freud (Autor)
Info:Diogenes (2005), Edition: 24, 64 pages
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Why War? by Albert Einstein (1972)

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Interesting, especially Freud's point of view ( )
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Gibt es eine Möglichkeit, die psychische Entwicklung des Menschen so zu leiten, daß sie den Psychosen des Hasses und des Vernichtens gegenüber widerstandsfähiger werden? Ich denke dabei keineswegs nur an die sogenannten Ungebildeten. Nach meinen Lebenserfahrungen ist es vielmehr gerade die sogenannte 'Intelligenz', welche den verhängnisvollen Massensuggestionen am leichtesten unterliegt, weil sie nicht unmittelbar aus dem Erleben zu schöpfen pflegt, sondern auf dem Wege über das bedruckte Papier am bequemsten und vollständigsten zu erfassen ist. (Einstein, 1932)
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