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Heinz Hartmann II Lecture: Mind as Text: Freud’s (Typo)graphical Model of the Mind

02/06/2018 20:00

open to public
Organizer: New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (NYPSI)
Venue: NYPSI´s Marianne & Nicholas Young Auditorium
247 East 82nd Street
NY 10028 New York
U.S.A.
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Presenter and Awardee: Adele Tutter, M.D., Ph.D.

Introduction by:  Daria Colombo, M.D.

Freud developed the topographical model of the mind at a time when not only literary, but all academic, scientific, medical, and publications—especially those dealing with sexuality—were subject to strict governmental censorship that specifically sought to distinguish between “real” academic scholarship, and subversive, salacious “fictions” that masqueraded as such. Increasing suspicion was directed in particular toward doctors who used cures based on suggestion, a skepticism that found expression in fin de siècle texts—including Arthur Schnitzler’s play Paracelsus, which the author interprets as a satirical critique of Freud’s Studies of Hysteria. Contextualizing Freud’s early theorizing within the threat of censorship and prosecution that was only heightened by challenges to its legitimacy encourages the conjecture that the topographical mode derived from a proto-model, in which the mind was conceptualized as an erotic “manuscript” that must undergo “censorship” before it can become a published “text”: a typographical model of the mind.



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