I am fully aware that being a Jew does not provide automatic immunity against accusations of antisemitism, and, if anything, enhances them greatly. However, at the risk of invoking these accusations ( I am a Jew and NOT an antisemite at all), I dare to say that psychological significance and influence of ethnic factor in a profession intellectually dominated by Jews (historically, starting with Freud, and currently) has to be examined with scientific objectivity and distance.
It is a big, difficult and painful subject and it requires a great deal of tact and dispassionate, again, objectivity. But if we want to understand its significance, it has to be addressed.
American Psychiatry itself needs to be invited to Freud's couch for the final and in-depth analysis of not only this, relatively trivial, minor and insignificant "ethnic factor", but many, many much more significant and important factors in the pathogenesis of the depression that ails it.
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Freud's Couch, 19 Bergasse Wien