The Psychology of Thought Control [Rape of the Mind] A.M. Meerloo (1956) [full e-book]
tangentopolis feat. A.M. Meerloo
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Meerloo specialized in the area of thought control techniques used by totalitarian regimes.
Rape of the Mind [the Psychology of Thought Control] (1956) A.M. Meerloo [e-audio; e-book]
"Puzzlement and doubt are, however, already crimes in the totalitarian state. The mind that is open for questions is open for dissent. In the totalitarian regime the doubting, inquisitive, and imaginative mind has to be suppressed. The totalitarian slave is only allowed to memorize, to salivate when the bell rings."
"The flight from study and awareness is much too common in a world that throws too many confusing pictures to the individual. For the sake of our democracy, based on freedom and individualism, we have to bring ourselves back to study again and again. Otherwise, we can become easy victims of a well-planned verbal attack on our minds and our consciences."
Joost Abraham Maurits Meerloo (March 14, 1903 â November 17, 1976) was a Dutch Doctor of Medicine and psychoanalyst.
Born as Abraham Maurits 'Bram' Meerloo in The Hague, Netherlands, he came to United States in 1946, was naturalized in 1950, and resumed Dutch citizenship in 1972. Dr. Meerloo was a practicing psychiatrist for over forty years. He did staff psychiatric work in Holland and worked as a general practitioner until 1942 when he fled to England. He was chief of the Psychological Department of the Dutch Army-in-Exile in England.
After the war he served as High Commissioner for Welfare in Holland, and was an advisor to UNRRA and SHAEF. An American citizen since 1950, Dr. Meerloo was a member of the faculty at Columbia University and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the New York School of Psychiatry. He was the author of many books, including Rape of the Mind, the classic work on brainwashing, Conversation and Communication, and Hidden Communion.
He was the son of Bernard and Anna (Benjamins) Meerloo. He married Louisa Betty Duits (a physical therapist), May 7, 1948. Education: University of Leiden, M.D., 1927; University of Utrecht, Ph.D., 1932.
A.M. Meerloo MD (1956) Rape of the Mind [the Psychology of Thought Control]
A.M. Meerloo MD (1945) Total War & The Human Mind https://archive.org/download/in.ernet.dli.2015.156285/2015.156285.Total-War-And-The-Human-Mind.pdf
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