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Freud's Schreber Between Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis [electronic resource] : On Subjective Disposition to Psychosis

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781855758834Publication details: London : Karnac Books, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781849408783
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Freud's Schreber Between Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis : On Subjective Disposition to PsychosisDDC classification:
  • 616.89 616.89/142
LOC classification:
  • RC512 .D35 2011
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Contents:
Cover; Copy Right; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; PREFACE; Introduction; CHAPTER ONE: Freud's exemplary case of psychosis: Daniel Paul Schreber; CHAPTER TWO: Disposition to psychosis in Freud's Schreber text; CHAPTER THREE: Psychosis in Freud's papers before and after his Schreber text; CHAPTER FOUR: Freud and Emil Kraepelin; CHAPTER FIVE: Freud and the Viennese psychiatrists; CHAPTER SIX: Freud and Eugen Bleuler; CHAPTER SEVEN: Hereditary disposition in Freud's aetiological chain; CHAPTER EIGHT: The reception of Freud's 1911 aetiology by psychoanalysts
CHAPTER NINE: Jacques Lacan on Freud's SchreberConclusion; REFERENCES
Summary: This book investigates what was distinctive about the predisposition to psychosis Freud posited in Daniel Paul Schreber, a presiding judge in Saxony's highest court. It argues that Freud's 1911 Schreber text reversed the order of priority in late nineteenth-century conceptions of the disposing causes of psychosis - the objective-biological and subjective-biographical - to privilege subjective disposition to psychosis, but without returning to the paradigms of early nineteenth-century Romantic psychiatry and without obviating the legitimate claims of biological psychiatry in relation to heredit
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Cover; Copy Right; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; PREFACE; Introduction; CHAPTER ONE: Freud's exemplary case of psychosis: Daniel Paul Schreber; CHAPTER TWO: Disposition to psychosis in Freud's Schreber text; CHAPTER THREE: Psychosis in Freud's papers before and after his Schreber text; CHAPTER FOUR: Freud and Emil Kraepelin; CHAPTER FIVE: Freud and the Viennese psychiatrists; CHAPTER SIX: Freud and Eugen Bleuler; CHAPTER SEVEN: Hereditary disposition in Freud's aetiological chain; CHAPTER EIGHT: The reception of Freud's 1911 aetiology by psychoanalysts

CHAPTER NINE: Jacques Lacan on Freud's SchreberConclusion; REFERENCES

This book investigates what was distinctive about the predisposition to psychosis Freud posited in Daniel Paul Schreber, a presiding judge in Saxony's highest court. It argues that Freud's 1911 Schreber text reversed the order of priority in late nineteenth-century conceptions of the disposing causes of psychosis - the objective-biological and subjective-biographical - to privilege subjective disposition to psychosis, but without returning to the paradigms of early nineteenth-century Romantic psychiatry and without obviating the legitimate claims of biological psychiatry in relation to heredit