Reichism (plural Reichisms)
- The philosophy or beliefs of controversial Austrian psychologist Wilhelm Reich.
1973, Paul L. Adams, Obsessive children: a sociopsychiatric study, page 23:
- I include in this group particularly the writers, Erich Fromm (1941, 1947, 1956, 1962), Theodor Adomo and Else Frenkel-Brunswik (1950), none of whom has championed Reichism.
1998, Chaim Shur, Shomrim in the Land of Apartheid: The Story of Hashomer Hatzair in South Africa 1935-1970:
- First, there was Trotskyism - political Communism - and immediately after that - political psychological Reichism.
2013, Jon Carlson & William Knaus, Albert Ellis Revisited, →ISBN, page 288:
- In the mid-1960s, Reichism was midwifed into reexistence by such stalwarts as William Schutz, Bernard Gunther, Charlotte Selver, Alexander Lowen, Ida Rolf, and many other exponents of human knead needs.
2013, Gloria L. Cronin & Lee Trepanier, A Political Companion to Saul Bellow, →ISBN, page 9:
- As Edward Shils commented, “If there's a bad idea out there—Trotskyism, Reichism, Steinerism—leave it to our friend Saul to swallow it.”