Wilhelm Reich

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Wilhelm Reich
Born 24 March 1897(1897-03-24)
Dobzau, Galicia, Austria-Hungary
Died 3 November 1957 (60)
United States Penitentiary, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Nationality American (nat. 1946)

Wilhelm Reich (March 24, 1897 - November 3, 1957) was an Austro-Hungarian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst of Jewish descent, generally noted for his later writings on orgone, a form of hypothetical primordial energy that he extensively speculated about and published on in his later years, claiming to have observed and manipulated it through various means.

Select Bibliography

  • Reich, Wilhelm; Wolfe, Theodore P. (1933), The Mass Psychology of Fascism 
  • Reich, Wilhelm; Wolfe, Theodore P. (1936), The Sexual Revolution 
  • Reich, Wilhelm; Wolfe, Theodore P. (1948), Listen, Little Man! 
  • Reich, Wilhelm (1948), The Orgone Energy Accumulator, Its Scientific and Medical Use 
  • Reich, Wilhelm (1949), Ether, God and Devil 
  • Reich, Wilhelm (1951), Cosmic Superimposition: Man's Orgonotic Roots in Nature 
  • Reich, Wilhelm (1951), The Oranur Experiment 
  • Reich, Wilhelm (1953), The Murder of Christ 
  • Reich, Wilhelm (1957), Contact With Space: Oranur Second Report 


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