La vida como “de-vivir” o Schreber, teórico de las pulsiones. A propósito de los “mitos endopsíquicos” de Freud

Felipe Henríquez Ruz, Niklas Bornhauser Neuber

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Resumen

The so-called “Schreber case” is one of the most visited texts, both by the psychoanalytic tradition and by the interdisciplinary debates intertwined around it. Within the abundant richness of philosophical, literary, clinical, and other readings, one aspect has surprisingly been given little attention, namely, the relationship between the Daniel Paul Schreber delirium and the forging, by Sigmund Freud, of a theory of psychosis as a clinical structure and also of the forces and dynamisms that rule the functioning of the psychic apparatus, the so-called drive theory {Trieblehre}. In this article, this relationship is discussed through a comparative analysis of the notion of “endopsychic myth” in the fields of Schreberian delirium and of Freudian metapsychology, in order to show in both domains, using a series of relations of analogy and isomorphism, the crucial elements of a representation of life as a “dis-living”, that is, as a wear or degradation of the powers of all living matter.

Idioma originalSpanish
Páginas (desde-hasta)322-350
Número de páginas29
PublicaciónEidos
N.º30
DOI
EstadoPublished - 1 ene 2019

Huella dactilar

Theorists
Sigmund Freud
Delirium
Comparative Analysis
Degradation
Isomorphism
Psychosis
Psychic
Metapsychology

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  • Philosophy

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La vida como “de-vivir” o Schreber, teórico de las pulsiones. A propósito de los “mitos endopsíquicos” de Freud. / Ruz, Felipe Henríquez; Neuber, Niklas Bornhauser.

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