Helene Deutsch (née Rosenbach) (October 9, 1884 – March 29, 1982) was an Austrian-American psychoanalyst and colleague of Sigmund Freud. She was the first psychoanalyst to specialize in women.
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... Hélène Deutsch (1884–1982) was one of Freud's first female pupils and the first analyst who made an integral, chronological study of woman's psychological development ... In short, Deutsch claims that women have a passive-masochistic sexuality, they are born for reproduction and their development must be seen as ... Deutsch sees the female development as exceedingly difficult and tortuous, because at some point she must transfer her primary sexual object choice from ...
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“The embattled gates to equal rights indeed opened up for modern women, but I sometimes think to myself: That is not what I meant by freedomit is only social progress.”
—Helene Deutsch (18841982)
“The difference between Pound and Whitman is not between the democrat who in deep distress could look hopefully toward the future and the fascist madly in love with the past. It is that between the woodsman and the woodcarver. It is that between the mystic harking back to his vision and the artist whose first allegiance is to his craft, and so to the reality it presents.”
—Babette Deutsch (18951982)