Pain: Its Modes and Functions

Buytendijk, F. J. J.

Published by University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1962
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Title: Pain: Its Modes and Functions

Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago

Publication Date: 1962

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First American edition


FIRST AMERICAN EDITION HARDCOVER. Red cloth w/ intact bold silver lettering on front cover & spine in NEAR FINE Condition in GOOD PLUS Dustjacket showing minor wear/ soil, edgewear. INTERIOR PRISTINE: very clean, tight, bright. Approx 5 5/8" by 8 3/8," 190 pp. w/ Annex, Notes & References, and Index. A seminal work on the psychosocial aspects of pain by the Dutch psychologist, Frederik Jacobus Johannes Buytendijk, (18871974), this book had significant implications for such fields as psychoanalysis & psychotherapy, neurobiology, and phenomenological philosophy. It was originally published in 1943 in the Netherlands as Over de Pijn by Het Spectrum N.V., Utrecht. It was translated by Eda O'Shiel. Book was apparently re-issued by Greenwood Press in 1973. Also LAID-IN: Original invoice & packing slip from University of Chicago Press for the original sale of the book, circa 1962. Bookseller Inventory # 500906

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