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Not long before the war began, a group of men arose in Germany who were interested in correlating the material of psychopathology with philosophical conceptions. The journal of this group was the Zeitschrift für Pathopsychologie. Of this group, Kronfeld has been a conspicuous representative, and this volume initiates a comprehensive treatment of problems presented in this field.
A facile but none the less objective touchstone of a book's content is the index of names. Clearer evidence of the volume's tendency could hardly be offered, within the space limits, than the comparative numbers of times the following writers are indexed: Abderhalden 2, Bergson 12, Bleuler 27, Brentano 42, Brodmann 1, Flechsig 1, Freud 21, Fries 50, Gaupp 1, Griesinger 16, Gudden 1, Hegel 10, Heinroth 10, Husserl 45 (Janet 0), Jung 2, Kant 86, Kraepelin 19, Lipps 47, Monakow 1, Nelson 35, Nissl 2, Pinel 1, Rickert 47, Sommer 3, Wernicke