Room-contingent at the
Conference Hotel Maritim
until March, 31 2008

Invited Presenters among other: Schade, psychoanalyst and psychotherapist in own praxis. Trainer for psychoanalysis and lecturer at the Sächsischen Institute for Psychoanalysís and Psychotherapy e.V. Lecturer at the DGTP,DPV (IPA).
Lectures and scientific reports to questions about the Freudian clutural theory and the analytich social psychology.

Fregestrasse 31, 04105 Leipzig, phone: 0341-980 3326 Email:


lecture and workshop 2 hour

The Power and Limitations of Leipzig
The 1989 Monday Demonstration in Leipzig were manifestations of a productive collective intelligence. They will be described as an example of an imaginative, peaceful, well determined and effective political mass movement. Hence they seem to contradict Freud's basic assumptions about crowd psychology. On the other hand limitations of the political intelligence of the masses will be pointed out. These limitations are a result of normative and de-individualizing groups mechanisms. They will be discussed as being dtermined by the inhibition of self-critical and gulit-processing psychological procedures.


Wissende Felder