Wilhelm Reich Quote

In the course of thousands of years of mechanical development, the mechanistic concept, from generation to generation, has anchored itself deeply in man's biological system. In so doing, it actually has altered human functioning in the sense of the machine-like. In the process of killing his genital function, man has become biologically rigid. He has armored himself against that which is natural and spontaneous within him, he has lost contact with the biological function of self-regulation and is filled with a strong fear of that which is alive and free.


Section 2 : The Biological Miscalculation in the Human Struggle for Freedom - The Mass Psychology of Fascism (1933)

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In the course of thousands of years of mechanical development, the mechanistic concept, from generation to generation, has anchored itself deeply in...

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In the course of thousands of years of mechanical development, the mechanistic concept, from generation to generation, has anchored itself deeply in...

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In the course of thousands of years of mechanical development, the mechanistic concept, from generation to generation, has anchored itself deeply in...

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In the course of thousands of years of mechanical development, the mechanistic concept, from generation to generation, has anchored itself deeply in...