Psychopathic Characters on the Stage

  title={Psychopathic Characters on the Stage},
  author={Sigmund Freud and Henry Alden Bunker},
The play is a prison: the discourse of Prison Shakespeare
ABSTRACT The relationship between Shakespeare and prison was brought into sharp focus during Shakespeare’s recent quad-centenary with a succession of works exploring Shakespeare’s value for the
Freud on time and timelessness: the ancient Greek influence
This thesis turns on two assumptions: first, that there is a current absence within the psychoanalytic library of a consolidated account of Freud's theories of time and timelessness; second, that
Catharsis: Psychoanalysis and the theatre
  • Jean Vivès
  • Psychology
    The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 2011
The author argues that catharsis is to be understood not so much as a mechanism of discharge linked to abreaction, but rather as the actual analytic process itself during which the Subject is ‘unveiled’ and thus faced with the enigma of his own desire.
Dramatology vs . narratology : a new synthesis for psychiatry , psychoanalysis , and interpersonal drama therapy ( IDT )
nouns such as beauty, or categories, such as class, genus, and species (e.g., man, animal), refer to real entities that exist outside the mind, and nominalists, who regarded universals as mere names
Dramatology in life, disorder, and psychoanalytic therapy: A further contribution to interpersonal psychoanalysis
Abstract Action and interaction, and emotion and thought as the inner wellsprings of action, play a central role in the lives of individuals, families, and society, spanning the continuum between
Little Hans: A Centennial Review and Reconsideration
  • H. Blum
  • Psychology
    Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association
  • 2007
The case of Little Hans, an unprecedented experimental child analytic treatment, is reexamined in the light of newer theory and newly derestricted documents, finding that Little Hans had the ego strength and resilience to resolve his phobia, resume progressive development, and forge a successful creative career.
Creators of the Vocabulary of Anglophone Psychology and Their Relationships
  • J. Benjafield
  • Linguistics, Psychology
    Review of General Psychology
  • 2022
The vocabulary of anglophone psychology largely developed during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The creators of this vocabulary include such well-known names as William James, Joan Riviere, E. L.
Psychoanalysis and theatre revisited: the function of character in mediating unconscious processing in spectatorship
This paper invites the reader to revisit some of the most productive encounters between psychoanalysis and theatre, taking the relationship between character, actor and the spectator’s response as
Doubled and Divided by the Gaze: Psychopathic Identity in Racine's Bérénice (1670)
Abstract:The importance of the eye (visual metaphors, seeing and being seen) and more specifically the gaze in Jean Racine's theatrical corpus is well established (Barthes, Mauron, Starobinski), but