Lipton’s Journal/February 7, 1955/446
But, again, back to give-and-take. Not yet. : Freud was the genius who like Marx placed most of his thought in the One. Against his enormous desire to be everywhere, do everything, understand everything he set up the enraged dictum of the One. In that sense he was a crank and a miser, husbanding his genius. To Theodore Reik he said, “Reik, you want to be a big man, make your mark, piss in one spot!”
- An American psychologist, Theodore Reik (1888-1969) was an early and brilliant acolyte of Freud.