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The Journal of Orgonomy | Volume 51:2


"Our latest issue, Volume 51:2, contains an excerpt by Charles Konia, M.D. from his soon-to-be-published work, Clueless, which examines the disturbances in thought and perception that lead to socially destructive behavior. Virginia Whitener, PhD. curates the second installment of “The Emotional Plague in Everyday Life” with contributions from readers that illustrate everyday examples of such harmful social practices.

Medical and social orgonomy often focus on examining and treating individual and social disease but we also peer into the depths of human nature as a part of the natural world around us. Issue 51:2 introduces a new column by Peter A. Crist, M.D., entitled “Functional Thinking in Everyday Life” to collect and examine examples of thinking and behavior that are in harmony with the way nature functions. This issue also contains Act III of Dr. Konia’s play about the relationship between Doctors Sigmund Freud and Wilhelm Reich titled “On the Shoulders of a Giant,” and last, but not least, let me recommend a particularly moving case study by Dale G. Rosin, D.O. entitled “The Marine: A Case of Orgonomic First Aid” which, by itself, is worth the price of a subscription."

About the ACO
Located in Princeton, New Jersey, the American College of Orgonomy (ACO) is a nonprofit organization that educates the public and trains professionals in both the medical and social realms to help people have more satisfying work and love lives.

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