Jews and Psychoanalysis – lecture forming part of the On the Interface of Two Worlds series
From the very onset of the 20th century, Jews played a key role in the promotion of psychoanalysis among the Polish intelligentsia. The most eminent representatives of this movement included Ludwig Jekels, Roman Markuszewicz, Beata Rank and Eugenia Sokolnicka.
19 January, 6 p.m., free admission, language: Polish
The institutions which applied the science of psychoanalysis in practice included the Jewish Hospital in the Czyste district of Warsaw. The lecture will be conducted by Professor Paweł Dybel, philosopher, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Pedagogical University in Krakow and Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.