Ola RaknesOla Raknes (17 January 1887 – 28 January 1975) was a Norwegian psychologist, philologist and non-fiction writer. Born in Bergen, Norway, he was internationally known as a psychoanalyst in the Reichian tradition. He has been described as someone who spent his entire life working with the conveying of ideas through many languages and between different epistemological systems of reference, science and religion (Dannevig, 1975). For large portions of his life he was actively contributing to the public discourse in Norway. He has also been credited for his contributions to strengthening and enriching the Nynorsk language and its use in the public sphere.
Raknes was known as a thorough philologist and a controversial therapist. Internationally he was known as one of Wilhelm Reich's closest students and defenders. Provided by Wikipedia
3Chapters in Norwegian literature ; being the substance of public lectures, given at the University College, London, during the sessions 1918-1922 /by Grøndahl, Ingebright Christopher, 1882-Other Authors: “...Raknes, Ola, 1887-1975...”