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Wilhelm Reich Museum Web Site

Type: Website

Article or website name: Wilhelm Reich Museum Web Site

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Institution: Wilhelm Reich Museum Web Site

Country: USA

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URL: www.wilhelmreichmuseum.org

Abstract

The online web site of the Wilhelm Reich Museum in Rangeley, Me. No empirical reports, no substantive theoretical articles, nothing about body-oriented psychotherapy. Offers for sale books, journals (Orgonomic Functionalism Vols 1-6), visits, facilities, and other items associated with Reich.
ORGONOMIC FUNCTIONALISM
This journal, published by The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust, is devoted exclusively to writings by Wilhelm Reich. Most of these articles have never been published before. They offer unique access to Reich's work.
Volume 1: "The Developmental History of Orgonomic Functionalism, Part One"; "From Homo Normalis to the Child of the Future"; "A Note on 'Sympathetic Understanding'"; "The Silent Observer, Part One: The Yearning for the Hidden Sweetness"; "Functional Thinking: A Discussion With Wilhelm Reich"
Volume 2: "The Developmental History of Orgonomic Functionalism, Part Two"; "The Silent Observer, Part Two: Sigmund Freud's Position in the Sexual Revolution"; "Wrong Thinking Kills"; "On Using the Atomic Bomb"; "Man's Roots in Nature: A Lecture and Discussion"
Volume 3: "The Developmental History of Orgonomic Functionalism, Part Three"; "Orgonotic Pulsation, Part One: The Differentiation of Orgone Energy from Electromagnetism"; "Presented in Talks with an Electrophysicist"; "The Evasiveness of Homo Normalis"
Volume 4: "The Developmental History of Orgonomic Functionalism, Part Four"; "Orgonotic Pulsation, Part Two"; "Orgone Functions in Weather Formation"; "The Attitude of Mechanistic Natural Science to the Life Problem"
Volume 5: "Orgonomic Functionalism in Non-Living Nature, Part One"; "Orgonotic Pulsation, Part Three"; "Parents as Educators"; "Open Season on Truth"; "The Fundamental Problem of Form
Volume 6: "Orgonomic Functionalism in Non-Living Nature, Part Two"; "Orgonotic Pulsation, Part Four"; "Desert Development and Emotional Deadness"; "Processes of Integration in the Newborn and Schizophrenia"; "The Meaning of 'Disposition to Disease"; "The Difficulty"

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Author's institution: The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust
Contact: wreich@rangeley.org
Language: English
Country origin: USA

Entry number: 2217
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Entry source: John May & Courtenay Young
Entered by: Courtenay Young
Entry date: 15 November 2005

Key Phrases: Reich - Orgone.
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