Two main characteristics colors his work life: a deep ideological commitment together with a constant self critical stance toward his beliefs, and a deep belief in analytic education and its application in all the diverse educational, and theoretical work.
The book of his collected works (in Hebrew), reflect a special period of the development of the Israeli education system at the onset of the country, especially in the Kibbutz education movement.
A special place in this volume has been given to papers dealing with the practical and theoretical aspects of psychoanalytic education. Another area are the beliefs and controversies that were part of the discussion about the Kibbutz education from the beginning until the eighties.
Nagler, S., (1963). Clinical observations on kibbutz children. Isr. Ann. Psychiatry & Rel. Disc., 1:201–