…by Jonas E. Alexis
When psychoanalysis came to America, it was largely viewed as an unproven system of thought. Though no evidence was available, psychoanalysis began to dominate American culture for more than fifty years.
“Until Freud, new understandings of the psyche were intertwined with varieties of Christian experience and post-Christian mysticism.”
Freudian psychology slowly but surely began to dominate the classical psychology, which started with the Greeks and which was to a large extent based on reason. Psychology progressively began to be viewed as an academic exercise for smuggling in Jewish ideology. As Jones puts it,
“The redefinition of psychology was a revolution in the truest………….