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History Beyond Trauma

ISBN-10: 1590511115
ISBN-13: 9781590511114
Edition: 2004
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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
Publication date: 3/17/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 312
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.210
Language: English

Foreword
Preface
Lessons of Madness
From the Collapse of a World to the Search for Insanity
Folly Speaks
Auguste: In the Beginning Was Shame
The Twofold Tradition of Folly: Speaking of, Speaking to
When Folly Is Speaking to No One, to Whom Is It Speaking? A Social Link in the Making
Adam, Holzminden: The Return of the Real
Gilda: Madness Speaks to the "Leftovers" of the Analyst's History
The Analyst Speaks
The Analyst's Situation
After Some Others
The Analyst as "Annalist" of Inaudible Histories
Exiting Madness: A Demand for Truth
Gilda: On the Threshold of Time
The Army of the Dead
Auguste Comte: An Excess of Subjectivity to Confront a "Superpositivity"
From the Principle of Objectivation to the Birth of a Subject
From the Lesion in the Brain to the Lesion in the Other
Neurology and Psychoanalysis: A Contemporary Issue
Objectivation/Positivity: A New Paradigm for Psychoanalysis
The "Superpositivity" of Madness
The Subject at Stake
The Logic of Catastrophic Zones: Lesions in Otherness
The "Children" of Phineas Gage
"A Death in the Family": The Neurologist Comes to the Aid of the Psychoanalyst
War and Peace in Psychoanalysis
A Problematic Causality
Transference in Neurologists
The Horrified Other
On the Borders of Language: The Analyst's Dissociated Impressions
Henry: Casus Belli in Analysis
Genesis of the Symbolon against the Background of War
Showing What Cannot Be Said
The Festival of the Mad Rises from the Ashes
Canton, China, July 1985: The Silence of an Admirable Mother
The Analyst in Clown Costume
Truce, Truth, Trust: "Join the Dance"
"Whereof One Cannot Speak ..."
Conclusion of Part I: From Scientific Revolutions to Therapeutic Revolutions
What Scientists Are Risking
Descartes' Error?
Proferam: From the Real to Inscription
Descartes' Dreams
From Madness to the Method
Lessons from the Front
"On the Road"
Geographical Transfers: Finding Someone to Speak to
Transfers, Journeys, Exiles
Austen Riggs Center, Winter 1978--Summer 1979
The Ghost Road
The Soldier's Tale
Symptoms as Old as the War
From Shell Shock to Traumatic Neurosis: "God Only Knows"
"Men Learn from History Only that Men Learn Nothing from History"
The Half-Pay Veterans of War Psychiatry
Peace Psychoanalysis, War Psychoanalysis
Thomas W. Salmon and Some Others
Getting Out of Hell
The Salmon Principles
Koan: "Let Me Die, or I'll Perish"
Proximity: Constructing Space in a Boundless Space
Getting in Touch
The Challenging First Interview: Close to the Uncanny
After the Battle
The "Unsung Battle": In Touch with Facts Stricken with Nonexistence
Only Psychoanalysis Can Find the Trace of the Breaking Point
The Mirror of History
Madness, Trauma: The Same Combat
The Memory of Freedom
The Political and Transferential Outcomes of Trauma
Interferences: The Birth of a "Transitional Subject"
The Children of War
The Mother of Vinegar: Making Use of Coincidences
Children on the Firing Line
They Have Good Reason to Be Crazy
They Know Too Much for Their Age
Therapon
Betrayed by One's Own
Proximity to Combat
Psychoanalysis Upside Down
The Man without Qualities
Immediacy: The Coordinates of Time When Time Stands Still
Beyond the Causality Principle
The Mad Tea Party: Speaking to Time
Urgency
The First Crisis, the Nth Crisis
A Minor Character
A Time that Does Not Pass
Joseph: Presence of the Thing
Inferno: Appearance of the Real Other
A Summons from beyond the Grave
Rough Music in the Face of the Confiscation of Time
Fighting the Ghosts
Satori: An Omnipresent Danger
Potential Simultaneity According to Schrodinger
Here and Now: An Interpretation in Search of a Subject to Interpret
Ghosts of All Nations: Unite!
The Child with White Hair
Mayday! The Measure of Time
The Transmission of a Catastrophic Immediacy: An American Gilda
The Devil to Pay in the Badlands: A Brazilian Epic of Battle against the Real Other
Don Quixote's Lady
The Thing and Words
Expectancy: The Trustworthiness of the Other
Yes: An Initial Affirmation
Trauma Speaking to Trauma
Blue Flower: Freedom of Speech
The Children of Terezin
The Plural Body: The Authority of the Lady
The Plural Body with Ancestors
We Do Not Choose the Mouth that Says, "Yes, I Am Waiting for You"
Who Is Waiting for Whom?
The Tunnel Awaiting Louise and Her Analyst
Dreams that Say No
Dreaming in a Totalitarian Situation
A Dream of Wittgenstein's
The Psychiatry of the Nazi War
The Subject of "Historical Truth"
Edwige, Sunken Red: A Cruel Truth
The Theater of Cruelty
Telling Secrets
And What about Simplicity?
A Simple Conclusion: Frozen Time, Frozen Words
"What Is Well Thought Out Can Be Clearly Expressed"
Hearing Frozen Words
References
Index

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