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Lehmann as Promoter of Social Psychiatry under Fascism.
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Translated from the German original by Peter Stastny. Who is familiar with the role played by J. Lehmann and his publishing house in the emergence of social psychiatry during German fascism and its further development in today's psychiatric system? What kind of ideology did this man stand for?
Who were his friends? Which ideologies are still at work today? Many readers will not understand the significance of these questions.
Siemen Siemen, , or the US-American psychiatrist Peter Breggin Breggin, b are exceptions; normal historians placed the responsibility for the social-psychiatric horrors in Germany primarily in the lap of Adolf Hitler and his Nazis. In doing so they contributed little to expose the origins of social psychiatry and its catalytic effect and perhaps decisive precondition of the possibility for the Holocaust Schmuhl, , p.
Social psychiatry. The current state of the art of social psychiatric practice elevates the status of biochemical substances, in particular neuroleptic drugs so called "antipsychotic medications".
This in spite of the fact that sufficient amounts of these substances used for long enough periods exert a sterilising influence during the course of their administration P. Lehmann, , pp. Today's social psychiatry presents itself in a similarly progressive fashion, as it did during the eugenic era.
An example of this is its critical attitude towards institutional psychiatry, which appears to reflect the current desire to cut costs. Beyond this, social psychiatry advocates the use of newly developed depot substances in order to "maintain" victims of psychiatry outside of institutions in supervised "supportive" settings and to exploit them in self-help firms initiated by jobless former professionals. In the meantime, these victims have remained essentially unchanged: persons with unsettling ways of living and thinking, who resist integration into living circumstances that are defined by market forces and consumption and whose despair, refusal to communicate, persecutory feelings, euphoria, death wishes, etc.
When we look at the context in which the still widely respected Emil Kraepelin and his successors developed their program of social psychiatry, it becomes obvious why modern social psychiatry has concealed its racist, militaristic, antisemitic and nationalistic roots.
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Social psychiatry, fascism and publishing. The confluence of psychiatry during the Weimar Republic with the National Socialist movement was pre-programmed. Wherever people started to promote psychiatric thinking, they also developed "social" forms of intervention, which were politically motivated: for example, sterilisation, castration and "euthanasia".
This was not just a German or Swiss phenomenon. Britain and the USA, influenced by a rationalistic and paternalistic theory of science Bergmann, were also affected by these developments. However, according to Breggin, at that time Germany was seen as the psychiatrically most progressive country Breggin, , p. Marc Rufer, a physician from Zurich, pointed to the participation of Swiss psychiatrists like Eugen Bleuler and August Forel in the implementation of social-psychiatric crimes during the Nazi era Rufer, ; In , Eugen Bleuler had written:.
But beyond these efforts, one man deserves special mention for the dissemination and translation of social psychiatric ideas: Julius Friedrich Lehmann. Long before psychiatrists systematically developed and disseminated powerful ideas in order to encourage their implementation among interest groups.
However, the name J. Lehmann keeps coming up among the promoters of social psychiatric interests throughout its early years.
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Lehmann made sure that the unwritten rule of the MMW was observed that "no Jew could be admitted to the editorial board" J. Lehmanns Verlag, , p. This clearly did not prevent any of the reputable "pure bred" doctors gracing this journal with their contributions. Not only did J. Lehmann consider his publications as "in the trenches", he also participated actively in the political struggle.
In a study, Professor Gary D.
Stark from Arlington, Texas, finds that J. Lehmann's militaristic publications after the year , such as the annually published Taschenbuch der Kriegsflotte Paperback on Naval Armadas , gave him a substantial financial advantage. These warmongering works were largely bought up by the war ministry in Munich. In Lehmann issued the political pamphlet Deutschlands Erneuerung Germany's Renewal , which sought to advance an ethnic rebirth "by sweeping away everything alien to our people, everything destructive and perfidious", and which expressed fervent opposition to "the Jewish Democratic predominance, the peace of Versailles, pacifism and Marxism".
After World War I he advertised Im Felde unbesiegt Unbeaten in the battle field and Auf See unbesiegt Unbeaten in naval war as practitioners' "books for the waiting room". But he also made money by publishing various medical texts. Lehmann's political and mercantile acumen contributed to the success of authors like the psychiatrist Alfred E. Hoche; a few years later in the S. Lehmann's reactionary political views led to two brief imprisonments: flrst during the Munich Republic.
Once free he joined the armed volunteer-corps, which took bloody revenge on the Spartacists and their real or alleged followers. During his second arrest he was charged with suspected sedition against the government of Kurt Eisner. Little deterred by his mild treatment from the law, he continued his interests. On 9 November , he allowed Hitler to make use of his mansion to stage an insurrection attempt.
Hitler and Lehmann met during the early years of the "movement", when Lehmann seemed impressed by Hitler's leadership skills.