Anneliese Menninger

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Starting from an unpublished list of contributors to the handbook, Freud's authorship is established for three unsigned articles about the cranial nerves abducens, accessorius and (in parts) facialis. His authorship of the "Aphasia" article which has been disputed by Scherrer is confirmed. The section "II. physiology" of the article on the brain which has(More)
Freud's authorship is founded on three arguments: 1) the reasoning of the article is close to Charcot's lectures which Freud had just translated; 2) there is a specific Freudian core thesis, common to the article and his later writings, namely the notion of an associative speech area extending between the "motor fields of the cortex and those of the optic(More)
Proceeding from two discrepant published transcriptions of a letter of Charcot to Freud, the author discusses the historical and theoretical background of Freud's paper. She emphasizes the influence of Charcot on Freud's early theory formation, as opposed to that of Janet.
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