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Burying Freud

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A lot of heartache has been spent on this Tallis's article (Burying Freud) in The Lancet, one of the world's most prestigious medical Journals. Concern rippled through the British Psycho-Analytical Society, and fur was ruffled. But, apparently it was an unsolicited article that was merely well-written. There are, according to The Lancet Editor, Richard Horton, some massively devastating letters in response which he proposes to publish in 3-4 weeks. Any further response will have to be very rapidly submitted to him in order to stand any chance of being published. Incidentally the Editor is knowledgeable and friendly towards psycho-analysis, and appears to mean no harm. In fact I met him at a British Psycho-Analytical Society meeting yesterday evening where he was giving a talk to us - on the genetics of homosexuality! He just enjoys a good lively debate. He doesn't think much of Dean Hamer and the others!

Bob Hinshelwood


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Burying Freud

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A lot of heartache has been spent on this Tallis's article (Burying Freud) in The Lancet, one of the world's most prestigious medical Journals. Concern rippled through the British Psycho-Analytical Society, and fur was ruffled. But, apparently it was an unsolicited article that was merely well-written. There are, according to The Lancet Editor, Richard Horton, some massively devastating letters in response which he proposes to publish in 3-4 weeks. Any further response will have to be very rapidly submitted to him in order to stand any chance of being published. Incidentally the Editor is knowledgeable and friendly towards psycho-analysis, and appears to mean no harm. In fact I met him at a British Psycho-Analytical Society meeting yesterday evening where he was giving a talk to us - on the genetics of homosexuality! He just enjoys a good lively debate. He doesn't think much of Dean Hamer and the others!

Bob Hinshelwood


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