Philip Rieff (1922-2006)

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Chicago, 15-12-1922
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Sociologue. - Professeur, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphie, Pa. (en 1992). - Editeur des "Collected papers of Sigmund Freud" (en 1992). - Fondateur de la revue "Journal of the American academy of art and sciences". - Époux de Susan Sontag (1933-2004) et père de David Rieff (1952-....)
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Auteur du texte2 documents

  • Freud : the mind of the moralist

    3rd. edition
    Material description : XXV-440 p.
    Note : Note : Notes bibliogr. Index
    Edition : 1979 Chicago. - London University of Chicago press

  • The triumph of the therapeutic

    uses of faith after Freud

    40th anniversary ed.
    Material description : 1 vol. (XXXIV-290 p.)
    Note : Note : Includes bibliographical references and index
    Edition : 2006 Wilmington (Del.) ISI books

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  • Explorations in interpretative sociology

    Note : Note : Collection. Chaque volume est décrit séparément
    Edition : Oxford B. Blackwell
    Directeur de publication : Bryan Ronald Wilson

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  • Documents by this author : Explorations in interpretative sociology / ed. Philipp Rieff... [et al.], [s.d.]
    Human nature and the social order / Charles Horton Cooley ; introd. by Philip Rieff, 1992
  • Ouvrages de reference : LCNA (2007-08-07)
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BN Cat. gén. 1970-1979 : Rieff (Philipp)

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