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The mind of modernism : medicine, psychology, and the cultural arts in Europe and America, 1880-1940 / edited and introduced by Mark S. Micale.

Micale, Mark S., 1957-
Date
2004
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About this work

Publication/Creation

Stanford : Stanford University Press, 2004.

Physical description

xv, 455 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

Contents

I. Cultures of hysteria ; 1. Discourses of hysteria in Fin-de-Siècle France / Mark S. Micale ; 2. From Charcot to Charlot / Rae Beth Gordon ; 3. Automatisme ambulatoire / Ian Hacking -- II. Technologies of the psyche ; 4. In your face / Tom Gunning ; 5. Freud the modernist / John Brenkman ; 6. Shock effects / Lawrence Rainey -- III. Medicine, literature, and modernism ; 7. Playing with signatures / Charles Richet, Jacqueline Carroy ; 8. Writing psychology over / Steven Meyer -- IV. Transformations of the self ; 9. Between science and art / David Joravsky ; 10. Refashioning the masculine subject in early modernism / John E. Toews -- V. Modernism and anti-psychologism ; 11. T.E. Hulme, Henri Bergson, and the cultural politics of psychologism / Jesse Matz ; 12. Modernism and the specter of psychologism / Martin Jay.

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographical references (p. 367-448) and index.

Languages

  • English


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ISBN

  • 0804745773
  • 0804747970

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