Max Wertheimer, “A Story of Three Days,” Documents of Gestalt Psychology

I shall report what happened in the course of three days to a good man who, facing the world situation, longed for a clarification of the fundamentals of freedom.

He saw: ideological devaluation of freedom had spread; freedom in the humane meaning of the word was proclaimed false, outworn, useless; and the radiance of the old idea was often exploited for other ends.

Source: Berkeley: University of California Press, 1961. Editor: Mary Henle; p. 52 – 64

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