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  • El dolor de la histeria
  • Juan-David Nasio
  • Spanish
  • 09 February 2019
  • 9789501241563

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El dolor de la histeria Characters É 2 Review El dolor de la histeria Udies teaching its contents and the specificity of the social object among others All of them are still unsolved issues and topics for discussion that this book aims at addressi. La castraci n es la m s arriesgada apuesta del hombre y la m s fundamental encrucijada

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El dolor de la histeria Characters É 2 Review El dolor de la histeria The authors of this book collaborate in a search process being developed from several practices and focused on Social Studies instruction with a multidisciplinary approach The a. Ana OBertha Pappenheim Ana OBertha Pappenheim WIKI 1859 1936 an Austrian Jewish feminist and the founder of the J discher Frauenbund League of Jewish Women A d nde se han ido las hist ricas de anta o esas mujeres maravillosas las Anna O las Dora todas esas mujeres ue son hoy las figuras matrices de nuestro psicoan lisis in EL DOLOR DE LA HISTERIAWhere did they go to those hysterical women of old those wonderful women those Ana O those Dora all those women who are today the matrix figures of our Psychoanalysisin The Pain of HysteriaI ve read the Spanish version of this book and yet chose the English version to make the review for this reason the title While the Spanish title seems to correctly portray the sadness of the hysterical condition El dolor de la hysteria the English title is way positive implying a certain gain out of the approach of this condition in the history of psychoanalysis a pregnancy story But then it s all a game of words because FRUIT ful may have Plato s connotations and thenyou ll figure out Nasio in some way dedicated this book to his father s memory Juan Nasio a medical doctor too According to the author his father s works where imbued with the desire to understand the enigma of the body which knows how to tell the truth of what we are I reckon for medical doctors Hysteria had been a great challenge to address to in the 19th century Ever I would say Here we had a patient women to start with with somatic symptoms yet with no disease or damage of any sort at the organic areas at stake Say a patient would have paralysis of one arm yet the arm had no bone nor muscular disturbancedamage or any physical cause for the paralysis Take a look at how Plato defined the phenomenon in his work Timeo In women that which is called the uterus or matrix is an animal inside them which has an appetite for making babies and when for a long time without FRUIT this animal gets impatient unable to tolerate that state and it roams all over every part of the body obstructing the passage of the air the breathing provokes extreme anguish and other infirmities of all sorts But let s see the exact definition of Hysteria by Nasio He calls it a type of Neurosis which manifests in several forms uite often very temporarily Those most classic symptoms of Hysteria are disturbances in the motor performance muscular contractures difficulties in walking paralysis of limbs paralysis in the face disturbances in the sensitivity local pains headaches anesthesia in a certain part of the body and sensorial disturbances blindness deafness speechlessness From a relational viewpoint Nasio would add the permanent phantasmagoric state of absence of satisfaction fulfillment an hysterical phantasmagorical view of the world example of a patient I feel his movement in my skin because I am his skin and sadness hysterical people feel themselves excluded they create conflict they intensify dramas They suffer to suffer in a hysterical way is to suffer consciously in the body Drawing on the works of Janet and Charcot the first conceptualization of the problem of Hysteria by Freud placed as cause for it some kind of TRAUMA a real one Then the ego would adopt an inadeuate waymechanism for defending itself from pain through repression conversion ensued But specifically in women in those analyzed by Freud it would all be resumed to caused by an unconscious castration anxiety Freud would have this second reading of the phenomenon he would go as far as to tell on the origin of hysteria it was not a representation but all due to an unconscious phantom the Plato s animal Any reader by this time would obviously wonder about the phenomenon in men And indeed some psychoanalysts would recognize it may happen in men see Liliane Fainsiber les homes hysteriues ces ambassadeurs oubli s du pays de l inconscient Yet in a developmental sense psychoanalysts would stress the difference in gender s history anatomically girls would go a different path one of acknowledging a differencesort of disadvantage in girls this character would show as a conseuence of discerning her own castration in Metapsicologia de la histeria de conversion by David Maldavksy The task of the therapist would become one of helping the hysterical patient overcome the castration anguish The psychoanalyst should de codify the symbolic nature on those symptomsconversions Once interpreted it could lead to recoveryThe book approaches one specific symptom hysterical blindness according to three perspectives Janet s Freud s and Lacan s But I won t go into it Especially on the Lacan s perspective which seems a bit far fetched Take a look at this phrase by Lacan The hysterical person sees the Other castrated gets anguished and due to this anguish identifies himherself with the imaginary object missing in the Other The result of this conversion which the hysterical assumed to save himher is the pain Heshe fooled himselfherself basically The work offers also a remainder part full of uotations from Freud and Lacan It is polemic still when Nasio calls some religious figures hysterical Eve Mary and Mary Magdalene etc were all exemplar hysterical Were they On a personal note any feminist of today would see almost as garbage all this theoretical apparatus All would boil down to feminine potential and power Nothing would be missing from the girl she would have like the boy an anatomical legitimacy The animal nowadays is a genie Three Green Bottles esas mujeres maravillosas las Anna O las Dora todas Overcoming Compulsive Hoarding esas mujeres ue son hoy las figuras matrices de nuestro psicoan lisis in EL DOLOR DE LA HISTERIAWhere did they go to those hysterical women of old those wonderful women those Ana O those Dora all those women who are today the matrix figures of our Psychoanalysisin The Pain of HysteriaI ve read the Spanish version of this book and yet chose the English version to make the review for this reason the title While the Spanish title seems to correctly portray the sadness of the hysterical condition El dolor de la hysteria the English title is way positive implying a certain gain out of the approach of this condition in the history of psychoanalysis a pregnancy story But then it s all a game of words because FRUIT ful may have Plato s connotations and thenyou ll figure out Nasio in some way dedicated this book to his father s memory Juan Nasio a medical doctor too According to the author his father s works where imbued with the desire to understand the Manual do guerreiro da luz enigma of the body which knows how to tell the truth of what we are I reckon for medical doctors Hysteria had been a great challenge to address to in the 19th century Ever I would say Here we had a patient women to start with with somatic symptoms yet with no disease or damage of any sort at the organic areas at stake Say a patient would have paralysis of one arm yet the arm had no bone nor muscular disturbancedamage or any physical cause for the paralysis Take a look at how Plato defined the phenomenon in his work Timeo In women that which is called the uterus or matrix is an animal inside them which has an appetite for making babies and when for a long time without FRUIT this animal gets impatient unable to tolerate that state and it roams all over Confessions of a Bookseller every part of the body obstructing the passage of the air the breathing provokes Pokémon extreme anguish and other infirmities of all sorts But let s see the Brionne exact definition of Hysteria by Nasio He calls it a type of Neurosis which manifests in several forms uite often very temporarily Those most classic symptoms of Hysteria are disturbances in the motor performance muscular contractures difficulties in walking paralysis of limbs paralysis in the face disturbances in the sensitivity local pains headaches anesthesia in a certain part of the body and sensorial disturbances blindness deafness speechlessness From a relational viewpoint Nasio would add the permanent 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it was not a representation but all due to an unconscious phantom the Plato s animal Any reader by this time would obviously wonder about the phenomenon in men And indeed some psychoanalysts would recognize it may happen in men see Liliane Fainsiber les homes hysteriues ces ambassadeurs oubli s du pays de l inconscient Yet in a developmental sense psychoanalysts would stress the difference in gender s history anatomically girls would go a different path one of acknowledging a differencesort of disadvantage in girls this character would show as a conseuence of discerning her own castration in Metapsicologia de la histeria de conversion by David Maldavksy The task of the therapist would become one of helping the hysterical patient overcome the castration anguish The psychoanalyst should de codify the symbolic nature on those symptomsconversions Once interpreted it could lead to recoveryThe book approaches one specific symptom hysterical blindness according to three perspectives Janet s Freud s and Lacan s But I won t go into it Especially on the Lacan s perspective which seems a bit far fetched Take a look at this phrase by Lacan The hysterical person sees the Other castrated gets anguished and due to this anguish identifies himherself with the imaginary object missing in the Other The result of this conversion which the hysterical assumed to save himher is the pain Heshe fooled himselfherself basically The work offers also a remainder part full of uotations from Freud and Lacan It is polemic still when Nasio calls some religious figures hysterical Eve Mary and Mary Magdalene L.A.U.G.H. etc were all The Gospel Centered Life exemplar hysterical Were they On a personal note any feminist of today would see almost as garbage all this theoretical apparatus All would boil down to feminine potential and power Nothing would be missing from the girl she would have like the boy an anatomical legitimacy The animal nowadays is a genie