Hysteria

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What do we learn as analysts from the hysteric’s narrative style?  Open, fragmented, something insisting as it circles a hole in memory or affect, a sometimes stubborn refusal to …
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The important role of hysteria for psychoanalysis is well known–it guided Freud and helped him invent psychoanalysis and discover the unconscious.  What was the role of hysteria for …
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Hysteria has changed in appearance, but has not disappeared.  According to Lacan, its symptoms can be found in certain behaviors—in the patient’s ‘acting out’—which develop through ‘hysterical intrigue’.  Lacan’s …
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This is a case of hysteria in which the anorexic symptom …
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Hysteria’s notorious history is that of the pharmakon, constantly seducing and subverting the master into the production of a knowledge destined to fall, clearing the space for a …
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The borderline disorder is at the center of a thriving debate, in psychoanalytical …
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Organization in the Age of Hysteria[1]

 

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Civilization and organization require interplay between the spontaneous imaginary and the objective character of the symbolic, …
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