Table of contents for A science for the soul : occultism and the genesis of the German modern / Corinna Treitel.

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I. The Occult in Context
1. The Lure of the Psyche
2. A Psychological Point of View
3. The Occult Public
II. The Occult in Action
4. Varieties of Theosophical Experience
5. The Creative Unconscious
6. Occult Sciences and their Applied Doubles
III. Policing the Occult
7. The Crimes of Anna Rothe
8. Between Church and State
9. Affinities and Antipathies: The Spectrum of Nazi Responses
Conclusion: A Voice From the Beyond?
I. Clubs
II. Presses
III. Other Institutions
IV. Periodicals
Illustrations (with legends)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Occultism Germany History