Links related to Otto Rank’s work, or to theoretical developments derived from it.
http://www.matthewfox.org/ Rev. Matthew Fox, theologian. “I consider Otto Rank to be one of the great spiritual giants of the twentieth century, a genius as a psychologist and a saint as a human being. Though vilified by his original community of Freudians, he never became bitter. He died a feminist and deeply committed to social justice, in 1939…. His deep understanding of creativity makes him a mentor for all of us living in a postmodern world…. I believe that Art and Artist, especially chapters 12 to 14, may well emerge as the most valuable psychoanalysis of the spiritual life in our time.”
http://www.saybrook.edu/ University with a holistic and humanistic perspective.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ana%C3%AFs_Nin Anaïs Nin (1903 – 1977). Writer, was analysed by Otto Rank.
http://pepsic.bvsalud.org/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0101-48382012000200011 Article from Francisco Pizarro Obaid, Chilean psychologist. Studies Otto Rank’s theory in relation to the clinical treatment of anxiety.
http://willwadlington.com/ Will Wadlington, artist and psychologist. Studies the creative process, psychotherapy derived from it, and Otto Rank’s deep appreciation of the artistic process. From his website: “Will helps people use their creative resources to address the existential issues we all face.”
https://sapientia.pucsp.br/handle/handle/1835 Master’s thesis from Jussara Trindade de Almeida, under supervision of Prof. Luiz Felipe Pondé. From the abstract: “This dissertation seeks to accomplish an analysis of the human condition in Ernest Becker (1924-1974) and the role of religion to sustain human beings in face of the fear of death and the precariousness of his creatureliness.”
http://marleenmoors.com/ Marleen Moors, Dutch philosopher and existential counsellor. Her areas of expertise are existentialism, existential phenomenology and metaphysics.
http://www.hildahilst.com.br.cpweb0022.servidorwebfacil.com/editorial.php Portal Cultural Hilda Hilst. Brazilian Writer. In her novel A Obscena Senhora D [The Obscene Madame D], one can read: “I dedicate this work, as well as the previous one, … and my future work (if any) to the memory of Ernest Becker, for whom I feel unrestrained vehement passionate admiration”.
http://miguelgarciapoeta.blogspot.com.br/ Miguel Garcia, musician and poet from Brazil, with influences from Ernest Becker and Otto Rank.
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