Individual and Social Origins of Neurosis
Publisher: American Sociological Review
Year Published: 1944
Resource Type: Article
Cx Number: CX10630
The history of science is a history of erroneous statements. Yet these erroneous statements which mark the progress of thought have a particular quality: they are productive. And they are not just errors either; they are statements, the truth of which is veiled by misconceptions, is clothed in erroneous and inadequate concepts. They are rational visions which contain the seed of truth.