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(p. 115) Review: The Moral Paradox of Peace and War: by Prof. J. C. Flügel (London: Watts, 1941) 

(p. 115) Review: The Moral Paradox of Peace and War: by Prof. J. C. Flügel (London: Watts, 1941)
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(p. 115) Review: The Moral Paradox of Peace and War: by Prof. J. C. Flügel (London: Watts, 1941)
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Donald W. Winnicott

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190271343.003.0017
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date: 23 October 2018

In this review of J. C. Flügel’s The Moral Paradox of Peace and War, Winnicott is surprised that the author does not make more of the concept of the unconscious, both as a factor making for difficulty in rational statement, and also as something implying repression, instability, and a general tendency for the periodical return of what is repressed (such as greed, hate, destructiveness, cruelty).

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