COMPLETE 100 YEARS
Indian Psychoanalytical Society
Indian Psychoanalytical Society was established on 26th January, 1922. Its founder, Dr. Girindrasekhar Bose (more popularly known as G. Bose) (1886 – 1953) had a medical degree from Calcutta University in 1910, a Master’s in psychology from Calcutta University in 1917. In 1921 Dr. Bose was awarded the D.Sc. degree of Calcutta University for his original thesis The Concept of Repression.
This same year records the beginning of contact between Bose and Freud when Bose sent a copy of his thesis Concept of Repression to Freud for his comments. On May 29th, 1921, Freud writes in reply that he was “glad to testify the correctness of its principal views and the good sense appearing in it.”
Gandhi: The Person & his philosophy
The Indian Psychoanalytical Society is organizing a two-day Inter- Disciplinary Seminar: Gandhi: The Person and His Philosophy, to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The seminar aims at understanding Gandhi’s personality and his philosophy from psycho-analytical and philosophical points of view.Know more...
Women in Romance, Sex, and Marriage
Event The socio-economic global change along with its technical barrage on human life has had its impact on the private space of women’s lives across the world. It also comprises her private intimate dyad in sex and marriage to her even deeper internal fantasy worldKnow more...