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Making Minds and Madness

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  • Page extent: 276 pages
  • Size: 247 x 174 mm
  • Weight: 0.7 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521888639)

Making Minds and Madness
Cambridge University Press
9780521888639 - Making Minds and Madness - From Hysteria to Depression - By Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen
Table of Contents

Contents

Acknowledgments
vii
Introduction: making psychiatric history (questions of method)
1
Part I    Microhistories of trauma
17
1         How to predict the past: from trauma to repression
19
2         Neurotica: Freud and the seduction theory
37
3         A black box named “Sybil”
64
Part II   Fragments of a theory of generalized artifact
101
4         What made Albert run?
103
5         The Bernheim effect
109
6         Simulating the unconscious
126
Part III  The Freudian century
139
7         Is psychoanalysis a fairy-tale?
141
8         Interprefactions: Freud’s legendary science (in collaboration with Sonu Shamdasani)
156
9         Portrait of the psychoanalyst as a chameleon
173
Part IV   Market psychiatry
183
10        Science of madness, madness of science
185
11        The great depression
197
12        Psychotherapy today
205
13        Therapy users and disease mongers
220
Bibliography
230
Index
255



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