Hygiene of the Mind, translated from the German by F. C. Sumner. Baron Ernst von Feuchtersleben.
Hygiene of the Mind, translated from the German by F. C. Sumner
Hygiene of the Mind, translated from the German by F. C. Sumner
Hygiene of the Mind, translated from the German by F. C. Sumner

Hygiene of the Mind, translated from the German by F. C. Sumner

New York: The Macmillan Co., 1933. First English language edition. Hardcover. 12mo, cloth in dust jacket, very good copy, light wear to the jacket, owner's name on pastedown, hidden by jacket flap. 150 pp. the author lived from 1806 to 1849 and wrote at least two books on medical psychology. He is often credited as being the first to employ the term psychopathy and was also the first or second to use the similar term psychosis. The dust jacket copy on this book posits that our understanding of "complexes," "ego," and "id" would be impossible but for the Baron's pioneering work. Rare in commerce. Very Good / very good. Item #H15751

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